Scottwood Trust National Rugby League Sevens Tournament.

NORTH Harbour Stadium in Albany will provide the venue for the 2005 Rugby League Sevens tournament which kicks off 9am on Saturday 5th February with the finals day from 10.00am on Sunday 6th February.

Robbo Reckons

IT?S February and the trial games start in a couple of weeks so the players are keen to get amongst it after an off-season of hard work. I know I can?t wait to see some footy and see some of the new recruits in action for the first time. My off-season hasn?t been idle either under the watchful eye of the ?Minister for War? (The Misses)I have been slaving away getting my lawn and gardens up to scratch. After many back breaking hours working in the hot summer sun I?ll definitely be looking for an excuse to get away from the garden. She is a slave driver I tell you, it?s Peter do this Peter do that so blow that whistle ref and hurry up please?

Scotland Appoint Graham Coach

SCOTLAND Rugby League are delighted to announce the appointment of former captain Nathan Graham as the new coach of Scotland A. Nathan, who retired from the professional game last October after captaining Scotland in the European Nations Cup, will take over Scotland?s second string from Kevin Rudd, who is now Rugby League?s European Development Officer.

Scotland Students Head Down Under

SCOTLAND Students are appealing for sponsors and supporters to help get their team to the Student Rugby League World Cup in Queensland in July, the fifth consecutive World Cup at which Scotland have competed.

Scotland Students Head Down Under

SCOTLAND Students are appealing for sponsors and supporters to help get their team to the Student Rugby League World Cup in Queensland in July, the fifth consecutive World Cup at which Scotland have competed.

Rugby League kicks off with Metro in London

METRO newspaper has today put its name to the inaugural Rugby League Capital Challenge which will see London?s two professional sides do battle to see in the new season.

Challenge Cup Comes To St Albans

ST Albans Centurions make their first appearance of 2005 when they take on leading amateur side Thatto Heath in the Powergen Rugby League Challenge Cup first round on Saturday 5 February at Woollams. It will be the first time a match in the historic Challenge Cup will have ever been held in St Albans and a bumper crowd is expected to see the new-look Centurions under new coach Colin Baker taken on the National Conference Premier Division side from St Helens. The Centurions made their Challenge Cup bow back in November 2003, when the tie was in the middle of their off-season, as an understrength St Albans went down to a narrow defeat to Pennine League side Birkenshaw in West Yorkshire. Thatto will be a tougher opponent as they are into the second half of their season although they are fighting relegation from the top flight of the national winter competition. The Cents, who start their third season in National League Three in early April, also play pre-season home games against Oxford University on Friday 18 February and Cambridge University on Wednesday 23 February, both at Woollams at 7.30pm. Kick off is 2pm with admission ?3 adultsd and ?1 juniors and OAPs, to be confirmed.

Souths draw Wests

THE draw for the first round of the Challenge Cup was made on Thursday night and threw up what only a few years back would have been unthinkable.

Sonny Bill set to go

SUBMITTING to the media hype has become a lot easier for rugby league superstar Sonny Bill Williams after being cleared of a mystery injury.

Thurston will be Cowboys pivot - Murray

NORTH Queensland Cowboys coach Graham Murray expects young recruit Johnathan Thurston to become a pivotal player at the NRL club this year.

Malta's the word as Malta Knights clean up at Orara Valley Sevens

EMERGING from the rugby league shadows, Malta provided an entertaining and successful appearance in their first Sevens competition, the 2005 Orara Valley Sevens on Australia?s east coast at Coffs Harbour.

Falcon's pride at heart in debut for Malta

TEN long seasons after retiring in the top grade, Malta?s greatest rugby league product Mario Fenech successfully completed a comeback to rugby league in making his debut for Malta over the weekend.

O'Neill Named Wests Tigers Captain

EXPERIENCED second-rower Mark O'Neill has been named Wests Tigers Captain for Season 2005.

Leagueunlimited in 2005

AS Leagueunlimited enters it's fourth full season, we are without peer as the premier Rugby League website in the world and in the interests of providing a more comprehensive service, we are inviting people interested in assisting with the site to contact us if they would like to be part of the LeagueUnlimited team.

Knight meets Gladiator

HOLLYWOOD artist Russell Crowe was a popular face in the crowd at the TOFOG Sportsground for the 2005 Orara Valley Sevens yet it was the newest nation (Malta) on the rugby league scene gaining the attention, and even that of the Gladiator himself.

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