Mad Butcher Fox Memorial Grading Round - Round 2


Super League: "Rules? What Rules?"

THREE years ago, Canterbury Bulldogs were caught breaching the NRL salary cap by A$400,000 for the 2002 season, and by A$600,000 for the 2001 season. The Bulldogs? punishment was harsh ? the loss of 37 competition points, and a fine of A$500,000.

Lion Foundation NJC Competition Enters The Business End

Bulls Eye - Round 9

IN Bulls Eye this week coach Brian Noble looks ahead to Sunday's Engage Super League Round 9 game at Halliwell Jones Stadium as the Bulls travel across the Pennines to take on the Warrington Wolves. BRIAN NOBLE;

ESL Preview - Round 9

ST Helens V Leigh

Wolf Mail - Round 9 team to play Bradford

PAUL Cullen has named a 20 man squad to face the Bradford Bulls this Sunday, kick-off 3pm.

Buderus Signs Until 2008

DALLY M Medal winner and NSW Captain, Danny Buderus has today agreed to terms with the Newcastle Knights until at least the end of the 2008 season.

Dragons scorch Sea Eagles to post first win


Tigers too good in the wet for lazy Warriors

FULLTIME score: Round 5 Warriors 6 Tigers 24 Match summary

Panthers too slick for Storm

MELBOURNE Storm winger Matt King crossed the line for a try in the 70th minute to put the in-form Storm within striking distance, but the Penrith Panthers had all the answers in tonight's NRL game at Penrith Stadium.

Panthers swamp Storm

FULLTIME score: Round 5 PANTHERS 36 v STORM 16

Sharks hammer Cowboys

FULLTIME score: Round 5 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 38 v North Queensland Cowboys 6

Raiders rescue Jason Williams

JASON Williams spent time in prison last year for assaulting a teammate and the New Zealander's rugby league career looked over.

Mundine could suffer under salary cap restrictions

ANTHONY Mundine may have to return to rugby league on pauper's wages if he wants to play with a premiership contender, with the NRL on Friday moving to clarify its salary cap rules in reaction to his prospective comeback.

A Crushing Blow! NRL Say No to Expansion

THE NRL partnership committe today handed down a crushing blow to the bidders for a sixteenth NRL club. The Central Coast Bears, Wellington Orcas and Gold Coast Dolphins were all vying for a place in the world's toughest and most competative rugby league competition, the NRL for the 2006 season.

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