EXCITEMENT builds as the crowd begins to flood into the ground. The anticipation of victory runs through both camps, the expectation of viewing a truly magical contest is deeply rooted in the psyche of the crowd. Preparations have been made to obtain the greatest vantage points so as to not miss a second of the spectacle they have collectively come to witness. Elsewhere, in the same complex one individual sits in solitude, pondering not the result of the outcome but the fashion that it is achieved. This person has no particular allegiance to either faction, in fact it would cause either side to cry a mismatch if any hint of favouritism was even running through their head.
?I?M hit, knocked groggy. The feeling is like being half awake and half dreaming. And your awake half knows what you?re dreaming about?..you see neon, orange and green lights blinking. You see bats playing trumpets, alligators playing trombones, and snakes are screaming. Weird masks and actor?s clothes hang on the wall.?
I did it; at long last I finally did it! My family will be secured for life, and pretty soon students majoring in philosophy will be studying my findings. In fact by the time you get to the bottom of this article, I give you my word that you won't even remember who discovered the law of gravity, the law of relativity and all that other scientific nonsense (and don't be too embarrassed if you don't already know, I had to look it up). Today the greatest mystery of all has been exposed. I have just defined the female equivalent to the phrase "sausage fest".
LONDON Broncos will go into the 10th Anniversary Match this Sunday on the back of three good wins (Wigan, Widnes and St Helens) and with two additional players on board.
WHEN the team returns to Griffin Park to face Warrington Wolves this Sunday on the back of three very good victories, the club will be celebrating TEN YEARS as the London Broncos.
THE Rugby League Academy, an exciting new venture between Bradford College and the Bradford Bulls Rugby League Club will be launched with an event at Odsal Stadium, the home of the Bulls, on Wednesday 18th August.
ST George Illawarra Dragons coach Nathan Brown has named Lance Thompson as a possible starter for this Friday?s match against the Knights in Newcastle.
THE Allight Rabbitohs is pleased to announce its teams for Round 24 to take on the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles this Sunday, August 22 at 3pm at North Sydney Oval.
SYDNEY Roosters coach Ricky Stuart has named his team to face the Canberra Raiders at Canberra Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Coach Stuarts team is;
THE return of Awen Guttenbeil is the main feature of the Warriors side named to take on the Parramatta Eels in this weekend's NRL match.
FONE Zone Canberra Raiders star Premier League fullback Marshall Chalk has received a call to arms from head coach Matt Elliott for this Sunday's do-or-die clash with the Roosters.
THE National Rugby League has voiced its support for Melbourne Storm as the NRL partnership ruled against expanding the current competition in 2006.
PARRAMATTA Eels coach Brian Smith has named his side to take on the Vodafone Warriors on Saturday night at Parramatta Stadium.
MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy is looking for his team to step up a gear as it aims to snap the Bulldogs? ten game winning streak this Sunday at Olympic Park (3pm).
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 23.