THE Burleigh Bears have qualified for the Queensland Cup grand final after staging a second half comeback to defeat Easts Tigers 17-16 on the Gold Coast today.
THE North Queensland Cowboys have scored three tries in the last 12 minutes to defeat the Cronulla Sharks 36-20 at Dairy Farmers Stadium tonight.
THE Canberra Raiders have sealed a spot in the top 8 with their 62-22 win over the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Canberra Stadium tonight.
THE Wests Tigers have bowed out of the finals race after losing 26-16 to the Newcastle Knights at Energy Australia Stadium this evening. With Miss Universe Jennifer Hawkins in attendance, the Knights put on a terrific display to welcome the worlds most beautiful woman back to her home town.
THE St.George-Illawarra Dragons Premier League side have defeated the Canterbury Bulldogs 34-6. Yesterday's result secures the lower grade minor premiership for the Dragons, denying the Sydney Roosters who are on equal competition points. The Dragons, with the best attack and defence in the competition, will secure first spot on the Premier League ladder regardless of other results.
HERE are the sides that will take the field for the Redcliffe Dolphins this weekend
THE Brisbane Broncos have defeated the Canberra Raiders by 34-20 at Canberra Stadium today. A performance made impressive considering the Broncos had half a dozen origin players out injured.
THE Panthers centre Ryan Girdler notches up his 100th first class try for the Panthers with his team putting in a good performance against the Rabbitohs at Penrith Stadium, winning 38-4.
The only other Penrith player to have reached this milestone is Greg Alexander.
IT is with great pleasure that I announce another win to the Cronulla Sharks. It seems that these rare gems are becoming more frequent as the year progresses, which in turn means that another first grader should have his hide saved from the swinging axe of the Sharks Den Survivor.
MAY 8, 2004
THE Newcastle Knights have knocked the Canterbury Bulldogs off the top of the NRL ladder following an impressive 32-6 win at EnergyAustralia Stadium today.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have run out convincing winners over a complacent St George Illawarra Dragons by 21-10 at Brookvale Oval this afternoon.
WARRINGTON Wolves have extended the contracts of the following players:
THE West Indies Rugby League is proud to announce that Australian based Kombat Clothing has become the official kit and apparel supplier for all West Indies sides for the next two years. Kombat Clothing currently provides kits for Papua New Guinean and Tongan national sides, as well as the referees in the National Rugby League, and has been very quick in developing a reputation for quality.
THE Brisbane Broncos have dominated the Sydney Roosters with a convincing 26-14 victory at Aussie Stadium tonight.