NRL 2004 SEASON REVIEWS ? Brisbane Broncos

THE Broncos once again returned to the pacesetters group in 2004, but once again they fell by the wayside when the business end of the season came along.

Tidy purse for Tri-Nations winner

THE winning team in the Tri-Nations tournament will receive Stg100,000 ($NZ271,000) in prize money, England's Rugby Football League said today.

Lauitiiti cant wait

ALI Lauitiiti is looking forward to the prospect of pulling on the Kiwis rugby league jersey for the first time in more than a year.

The Pressure is on - Nathan Cayless

PROP Nathan Cayless says the pressure is growing on the New Zealand rugby league team to notch up their first win in the Tri-Nations rugby league tournament.

Kiwis look forward to heartbreak hundredth at Huddersfield

THE Kiwis are ready to break some hearts at Huddersfield on Sunday morning (NZ time) in what will be the 100th encounter between the New Zealand and Great Britain sides since 1907.

Roosters sign N.Z. Maori player

NEW Zealand Maori forward Kererua Savage has signed a 12-month contract with glamour Australian National Rugby Leauge club the Sydney Roosters.

Dykes returns to the fold

A "warm" welcome waits for former Eels pivot Adam Dykes when the Cronulla Sharks open their NRL pre-season schedule.

Johns fit to resume training

AUSTRALIAN rugby league star Andrew Johns will make yet another comeback on Monday after being cleared to resume training with NRL club the Newcastle Knights.

SportOdds team of the round - Round 9

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 9...

A question of culture

ONCE upon a time, though not so very long ago, a man named Chris Anderson told the rugby league world that he was going to teach Cronulla how to win. He told us that he was going to do away with the idea that near enough is good enough. He told us that we shouldn?t be content to merely make the eight, and that anything less than a premiership was an abject failure. In short, he told us that he was going to install a ?winning culture?.

Media Release - Lion Foundation NJC Semi Final Results

FOUNDATION Cup 16's Auckland Crowns vs Wellington Cornwall Park, Auckland Auckland Crowns 38 Kingi Akauola, Patrick Ah Van, Kurt Tehira, Leeson Ah Mau, Scott Jones, Tamihana Hawea (2) : Tries Matthew Parata (5) : Goals Wellington 14 Michael Lealava'a, Brendan Hikaka, Tautara Reihana-Gerrard : Tries Brendan Hikaka : Goal

Nailbiter for second Double Header at Telstra

THE Bulldogs coming off a bye, looked great in the first half in the second match of the Easter double header at Telstra Stadium, and held out a determined fight back by the Sea Eagles in the second half to narrowly defeat the Manly side by 28-26.

Dragons Crush Tigers at Easter Double Header

THE St George Illawarra Dragons have convincingly defeated Wests Tigers 39-10 in the opening match of the Easter Double Header at Telstra Stadium today.

Thriller at Penrith, ends in smiles for the Panthers

THE Penrith Panthers have defeated the Melbourne Storm this Easter Sunday in a game of two halves by 30-26 at Penrith Stadium.

Round Five: Sharks Den Survivor

ANOTHER week, another loss to Cronulla. After last night's dismal showing against the Cowboys, it's time to take aim and vote off another poor soul from Sharks Den Survivor.

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