THIS was it....
I had finally reached the point....
others had hit it before me....
others were still to realise it but that was it for me....
THE recent Tri-nations tournament between Australia, New Zealand and Great Britain has provided sports fans with some great, close matches played in stadiums with large crowds. Last Sunday morning?s upset win by the Lions in a fantastic test match has provided enough encouragement for British fans to snap up almost all the remaining tickets for the series final in Leeds in two weeks time.
CASTLEFORD Tigers have added to their pack strength with the signing of prop Adam Watene.
LAST chance to enter for the Coca Cola 9's prizemoney for the winning team is AUS$4000.00.
BALMAIN Referees Association are holding a Level 1 Referees Course in January / February 2005.
WITH the Carnegie World Club Challenge less than two weeks away, over 28,000 tickets have now been sold for the clash between Super League Champions Leeds Rhinos and NRL Premiers Canterbury Bulldogs.
THE best is yet to come - that?s the verdict of Iestyn Harris on his return to rugby league.
FRENCH Championship leaders Union Treiziste Catalane beat London Broncos 28-24 in St Esteve in a pre-season friendly for the Super League side.
WATH Brow Hornets? Paul Davidson has been named the 2004 BARLA player of the year.
THE draw for the 1st Round of the Powergen Challenge Cup was made tonight at Ince Rose Bridge, with another array of fascinating ties drawn out of the bag.
NOT since the days of Widnes's legend Martin Offiah have the Vikings had a left winger with genuine pace.
FOLLOWING a rigorous final session in the build up to Sunday?s Irish encounter with the Bradford Bulls, co-coaches Marcus Tobin and Alex Smits have confirmed their 24 man traveling squad.
MANLY has a hot card up its sleeve to make the NRL's top eight this season - former Sydney Swans defender Troy Luff.
WITH the neighbour notification period drawing to a close for the lighting Development Application (DA) at Oki Jubilee Stadium, a petition has been received by Kogarah Council against the installation of the light towers and poles.
SIXTEEN-YEAR-OLD Sonny Fai is one of four young Vodafone Warriors named to attend the NRL?s first rookie camp in Sydney starting on January 30.