Rugby League Review October 2004 Issue - Out Now !!!

NEWCASTLE SIGN UP THE NEW JOHNS The Newcastle Knights have signed up exciting Brisbane Easts half-back Dane Campbell as a possible successor to Andrew Johns when he finally decides to hang up the boots. The 21-year old Campbell is planning to break into first grade next season, at either five-eighth or off the bench. Find out more in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.

Kiwi Test side named

THE New Zealand Rugby League today named the Test team to play Australia in their opening Tri-Nations match at North Harbour Stadium, Albany on October 16.

Goodbye Freddie Fittler ? we?ll miss ya

GOODBYE Freddie Fittler ? we?ll miss ya

Cigarette & RL ... match made in heaven?

LIGHTING up a cigarette at the rugby is as second nature to a lot of fans as shouting for a forward pass or an offside. 31% of the population in the working class, rugby league heartlands of northern England smoke, with the figure alarmingly rising to well over 50% in many areas. Smoking has been a big part of the game in the past. Until recently Silk Cut cigarettes sponsored the Challenge Cup and some players are well known smokers.

A question of culture

ONCE upon a time, though not so very long ago, a man named Chris Anderson told the rugby league world that he was going to teach Cronulla how to win. He told us that he was going to do away with the idea that near enough is good enough. He told us that we shouldn?t be content to merely make the eight, and that anything less than a premiership was an abject failure. In short, he told us that he was going to install a ?winning culture?.

Tahu set to follow Kennedy to Manly

MANLY may sign another Newcastle star within a week, with rumours that representative winger Timana Tahu is set to agree to a long-term deal with the club.

Round 14 NRL teams and fixtures


Manly confirm signing of Ben Kennedy

THE Manly Sea Eagles today announced the signing of Test forward Ben Kennedy to a two year term for the 2005 and 2006 seasons.

Dolphins Online name best since Broncos

DOLPHINS Online have run our first major competition. Naming the best Redcliffe side since the inception of the Brisbane Broncos in 1988.

NZ Bartercard Cup - Week 4 review and results

WITH the split round for Round 4 of New Zealand's Bartercard Cup competition only 6 teams were in action over the weekend.

Wai-Coa-Bay Premier results & review

THE Wai-Coa-Bay Bartercard Cup side play next weekend in Round 4 (split round) of the Bartercard Cup.

Surprises in NSW Origin squad named

WITH injuries to key players, a revamped NSW squad has been named.

Leagueunlimited player of the year awards, round 9

SHARKS skipper Brett Kimmorley has grabbed outright lead on 13 points in the Leagueunlimited player of the year awards.

Rep Honours - Dragons Dominate NSW Origin Squad

EIGHT Dragons players have been rewarded for their outstanding form this season with selection today in the 30-man NSW Origin squad for the first match in a fortnight (May 26).

Bailey out for Season

AN MRI scan today has put an end to St.George Bank Dragons Test prop Luke Bailey's season, revealing that his torn left chest muscle (pectoral) will require surgery. Bailey, 24, who was injured in yesterday's loss to Manly, will see a specialist this week to confirm when he will have surgery. In other injury news, captain Trent Barrett (hamstring), Ben Hornby (quad) and Nathan Long (knee) have been cleared to play this Saturday against the Bulldogs at WIN Stadium; while Lance Thompson (shoulder muscle strain) will face a fitness test later in the week but is considered likely to play; and Nathan Blacklock (hamstring) has been ruled out.

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