THE Canterbury Bulldogs have beaten the Sydney Roosters 40-12 at Telstra Stadium in yet another great game of Rugby League to kick off the weekend of football.
BRISBANE has no plans to head hunt its former back-row giant Brad Thorn, whose football future is uncertain after missing a lucrative New Zealand rugby union contract.
MELBOURNE Storm centre Steven Bell has been cleared to play in tomorrow night?s NRL Round 13 clash with the Wests Tigers at Olympic Park (5.30pm), after successfully passing a fitness test this afternoon.
THE Bulldogs will relocate to Express Advocate Stadium in Gosford for the second time this season for their round 15 clash with the Canberra Raiders.
THE St.George Bank Dragons have re-signed rising stars Dean Young and Ashton Sims to the end of 2006, with at least three others also close to re-signing prior to the June 30 deadline.
AFTER winning three grades for the first time this season the Dolphin Awards winner were.
RUGBY?S World Champions, Bradford Bulls, have announced that their game with Warrington Wolves at the Halliwell Jones Stadium, originally scheduled for Sunday April 18th and postponed due to Warrington?s involvement in the Powergen Challenge Cup Semi Final, will now be played on Tuesday 27th April at 8.00pm.
THE weekly column here at Leagueunlimited is to highlight what we here on the site think are the best players in each round of the 2004 NRL competition.
Based on the opinion received from the Leagueunlimited.com live updaters, we have put together what we think is the team of the Round 4.
MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy has reshuffled his backline in a bid to combat a rising injury toll that has seen the Storm lose three key backline players in as many weeks.
WARRIORS' Head Coach, Daniel Anderson, has made only one change to the squad that beat the Manly Sea Eagles 28-10 in last week's match at Brookvale Oval.
THE Penrith Panthers won?t be wearing a traditional strip when they take on St George-Illawarra at WIN Stadium later this month.
THE Chief Executive Officer of the Bulldogs Rugby League Club, Mr Malcolm Noad, today released details of an extensive security plan that will be adopted for all Bulldogs home and away games in the future.
SHARKS five-eighth Greg Bird will be the only player to face the National Rugby League judiciary tomorrow night after all other players charged following round four of the competition submitted early guilty pleas.
STILL a week before he is due to officially take up the post, new Bulldogs National Rugby League (NRL) club boss Malcolm Noad confronted his players to discuss the deepening crisis confronting the club.
CRONULLA conceded it had a discipline problem as Sharks five-eighth Greg Bird contemplated 12 weeks on the sidelines for kneeing South Sydney's Shane Marteene in the head.