SEPTEMBER 2004 saw the official registration and opening of the Rugby League Association (Singapore) - RLAS
AUSTRALIAN coach Wayne Bennett blasted critics of the Gillette Tri-Nations Series on the eve of his re-appointment.
QRL Footy Tipping is underway for the third consecutive season.
THE draw for the 2005 Victoria Bitter NSWRL Premier League competition has been announced. The Mitsubishi Electric Bulldogs will kick-off the season on Friday 11 March at Telstra Stadium against St George Illawarra.
SYDNEY Airport Jets VB Premier League team to play the Newcastle Knights at the Express Advocate Stadium, Gosford - 5.45pm, Saturday, 26th February 2005.
THE Sydney Airport Jets won their match against Group 11 at Parkes last Saturday by 40-4, but among the more lasting impressions for the visitors were the efficiency and professionalism of the Parkes Shire Council and the Parkes Spacemen RLFC, who made the whole weekend possible.
ANDREW Johns is about to play his first rugby league game in 11 months after being named in the Newcastle Knights side for Saturday night's NRL trial against Cronulla at Gosford Stadium.
CRAIG Gower, Joe Galuvao, Tony Puletua, Ben Ross and Joel Clinton are back for the Panthers second trial match - against the Roosters this weekend.
THE Manly Sea Eagles today named the following squad of 20 to play St.George Illawarra at Albion Park in the final trial before the start of the 2005 NRL premiership:
THE St George Illawarra Dragons will begin a tour of the South Coast region of New South Wales tomorrow, February 24, to conduct clinics, visit schools and prepare for their final trial match at Albion Park on Saturday night.
THE Real Rabbitohs is pleased to announce its team to play against the Bulldogs this Friday night, February 25, at Members Equity Stadium in Perth, Western Australia, kicking off at 7:30pm.
THE North Queensland Toyota Cowboys announced today the team that would play the Melbourne Storm in Cairns on Friday.
IN relation to today?s findings on the liability of former players Stephen Kearney, Marcus Bai and the Melbourne Storm regarding the Jarrod McCracken case, Melbourne Storm CEO Brian Waldron wishes to make the following statement:
A young rugby league player sacked by the Newcastle Knights after a drunken escapade in Bathurst says the club failed to support him and the punishment doesn't fit the crime.
WIGAN Warriors have signed 26 year old Jerome Guisset on a two-year deal from French Rugby Union Club Brive.