LONDON Broncos have signed the first new addition to the playing roster for 2005 as well as secure the signature of assistant coach Rohan Smith.
IN what has been a year of controversy, the Canterbury Bulldogs have won the 2004 NRL premiership, defeating the Sydney Roosters 16-13 at Telstra Stadium tonight. Following a series of accusations which have damaged the club and the game itself, the Bulldogs have struck back in the best way possible, claiming the title of 2004 champions.
ST George Illawarra Dragons lock forward Shaun Timmins has been a surprise omission from the upcoming Tri-Nations series.
AUSTRALIAN Test selectors have named a strong Junior Kangaroos squad for the two match series against the Papua New Guinea Kumuls in the next fortnight.
MATT Utai says his 2004 National Rugby League season was like a rollercoaster ride.
THE Sydney Roosters have scored a double in lower grades, winning both the Jersey Flegg and Premier League Grand Finals today at Telstra Stadium.
2004 TELSTRA PREMIERSHIP GRAND FINAL
ROOSTERS chairman Nick Politis has been issued with a $20,000 breach notice by the NRL following a barrage of comments he made about the judiciary.
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THE Redcliffe Pepsi Dolphins have lost three players for their clash against competition new comers Brothers-Valleys at O'Callaghan Park.
CANBERRA Raiders centre James Evans has decided to quit rugby league, saying he has lost his passion for the game.
SCOTLAND Under-19s must beat England for the first time when they meet at Swansea on Sunday if they are to keep their hopes alive of winning the Four Nations Championships. The Scots lost their opening game 34-28 to hosts Wales in Aberavon on Friday, despite five tries from Heriot Watt student Dougie Flockhart.
IT was all one way traffic tonight at Shark Park as the Cowboys gave Cronulla a 36-10 lesson in rugby league. Played in good night time conditions, the Cowboys lead from the start and didn?t give the Sharks a look in, in their 6 tries to one demolition derby.
AN injury ravished Newcastle Knights side has beaten the New Zealand Warriors 34-20 at Ericsson Stadium.
MELBOURNE Storm winger Dustin Cooper has passed a final fitness test this morning and will play in tomorrow?s clash with the Panthers in Penrith.