THE itinerary for 2003 supporters Kangaroo tour has been announced. The package includes entry and transport to tour matches and the Rugby League Test Series between Australia and Great Britain.
NRL wrap - ROUND 25
JASON Cayless is not worrying about winning back a Kiwis' test jumper although Sunday's National Rugby League (NRL) grand final replay with the New Zealand Warriors is the ideal platform to stake a claim.
AFTER an injury ruined season, filled with more lows then highs, the St George Illawarra Dragons season is officially over.
THE Newcastle Knights won 42-8 in a one sided affair against the Dragons at Oki Jubilee Stadium.
TONIGHT the Cronulla Sharks have out-gunned the South Sydney Rabbitohs by 54 ? 34 in a free-flowing affair that has seen both teams rack up plenty of points. The Sharks eventually overcame a determined South?s outfit which fought hard but in the end couldn?t match the fire-power of a Cronulla team with nothing to lose.
ST George Illawarra's horror run of injuries continue with second rower Lance Thompson likely to miss the rest of the season following a chest muscle injury.
CONTINUING his families tradition with the game of rugby league , outstanding young stand-off Jerome Ropati has been called up by the New Zealand Warriors to cover for injured Stacey Jones and Lance Hohaia in tomorrows game against the Roosters.
PANTHERS high flying winger Luke Rooney has been ruled out of tonight's clash with Manly due to a strained quad muscle.
THE New Zealand Warriors have defeated the Sydney Roosters 26-24 at Aussie Stadium, Sydney.
The Panthers kept their hopes of winning the minor premiership alive with a come from behind 52-26 victory over the Eagles at Brookvale Oval this evening.
THE Eels are given themselves a glimmer of hope in making the Top 8 by beating the Broncos 16-14 at Suncorp Stadium.
SYDNEY Roosters coach Ricky Stuart believes he has a solution to criticism of NRL referees - put two men in the middle.
CRONULLA fullback David Peachey's appeal against a two-match suspension for contrary conduct has been upheld.
KANGAROOS captain-in-waiting Gorden Tallis has been given a stern rebuke by National Rugby League (NRL) chief executive David Gallop for not condemning Sunday's brawl at Ericsson Stadium involving the New Zealand Warriors and Brisbane.