THE Jimboomba area will have its own junior rugby league competition in 2004 and local hero?s Corey Parker and Andrew Gee will be the Ambassadors. The new club and competition will kick off with a public meeting and family fun day on Sunday 12th October at Hills International School playing fields from 10.00am.
THE Canberra Raiders have defeated the St George Illawarra Dragons 25-14 in today's Premier League preliminary final at Telstra Stadium.
JUNIOR Kiwis coach Tony Benson says his players' Bartercard Cup rugby league experience could prove crucial against the Australian Schoolboys at North Harbour Stadium today.
AFTER the disappointing loss to Penrith yesterday, the NZ Warriors at least have something to smile about with the in form front rower being added to the train-on squad for Australia's end-of-season rugby league tour of England and France on Monday.
ITALY has recorded a two point victory over Greece, in what was an excellent game despite the terribly windy conditions at Oki Jubilee Stadium. The win to Italy was not a surprise with the team going into the match as favourites, however the close scoreline has already raised interest in next years clash between the two sides.
THE Mitsubishi Electric Bulldogs Premier League team will play in the preliminary finals on Saturday (27 Sept @ 5.25pm) at Aussie Stadium against the St Marys-Penrith Cougars.
TONY Rea has made just the one forced change to the line up to meet St Helens at Knowsley Road tomorrow night. Kick off is 8pm.
WIGAN Warriors Coach Mike Gregory has named the following side for Saturday's Tetley's Super League Elimination Play-Off game against Warrington Wolves at the JJB Stadium, 6.05pm Kick Off.
PAUL Cullen has named a 20-man squad to face Wigan Warriors at the JJB on Saturday evening, kick-off 6.05pm.
BILL Harrigan will referee Sunday night's National Rugby League grand final between the Sydney Roosters and Penrith at Telstra Stadium.
THE Sydney Roosters booked their place in the National Rugby League Grand Final after a 10-point win over the Bulldogs at Aussie Stadium tonight.
"...AND then were two."
So its come down to this. The demise of the Bulldogs on Saturday and the Warriors on Sunday has left just two teams, the Roosters and the Panthers to fight it out for premiership glory.
THE Penrith Panthers have completed a stunning 28-20 victory over the New Zealand Warriors at Telstra Stadium today, lining themselves up against the Sydney Roosters in a week?s time for the 2003 NRL Grand Final.
THE build up to this game between the Bulldogs and the Roosters have been huge, and the game sure lived up to the expectations at Aussie Stadium in front of a full house of 41,123 screaming fans where the Roosters defeated the Bulldogs by 28-18 and now cement their place in the NRL Grand Final next Sunday.
SYDNEY Roosters second rower Craig Fitzgibbon may be in doubt for next week?s Grand Final after sustaining a thumb injury in the victory over the Bulldogs.