Bulldogs season preview 2005

THE Bulldogs will be looking forward to a bright new era in 2005. As reigning champions they don?t need to change much on the field, but they would like to avoid another year of dramas off it.

Skolars outscore Broncos

WHILST coach Tony Rea rested a number of players ahead of the start of Super League next week, it was the wise heads and goal-kicking ability of their more experienced players that helped them win the inaugural Metro Challenge Shield.

South London Storm v West London Sharks - Powergen Challenge Cup Round 1

SOUTH London Storm won a nailbiter at a near capacity New River Stadium on Saturday over West London Sharks to progress to the second round of the Powergen Challenge Cup.

Rugby League Challenge match. ?Lancashire Irish? v ?Yorkshire Irish?

AN unusual ?roses? match takes place at Oldham St Annes Amateur Rugby League club on Sunday, February 20th. To celebrate the long-standing contribution of the Irish community in the North of England to the sport of rugby league, teams representing the Irish clubs of Lancashire and Yorkshire will play for the Michael Davitt* Challenge Bowl.

Tony Maksoud announces retirement

THE Queensland Cup has farewelled one of its most pivotal characters, following the announcement that leading referee Tony Maksoud will retire.

Valley United introduce the inaugural Valley 8's

VALLEY United Rugby League Football Club who are one of the most successful clubs in the Manly Warringah A grade competition will host the inaugural Valley 8's at Harbord Park on the 26th of February.

Bulls launch new season in style

THE 2004 World Club Champions, Bradford Bulls, launched their 2005 season in style when over 1000 enthusiastic supporters packed into the Hilton Hotel in Bradford to see their heroes receive their shirts for Super League X.

Wolf Mail

TETLEY'S continue to be committed to RL after confirming a sponsorship deal to become the "Official Beer" of Warrington Wolves.

Confirmation of Good Friday KO time

WIGAN Warriors v St Helens in the Engage Super League will have a 12.30pm kick off on Good Friday 25th March 2005 at the JJB Stadium.

Pop Idol beauty set to wow Griffin Park

ON the eve of Valentines Day (this Sunday) fans attending the Broncos first home game of the season will be treated to a headline act in the pre-match entertainment by the gorgeous (and very talented) Rebecca Hayes.

Dragons name strong line-up for Charity Shield

ST George Illawarra Dragons coach Nathan Brown has named a strong Charity Shield line-up for the Dragons' first game of 2005 against South Sydney. Captain Trent Barrett and halfback Matthew Head have overcome injury and illness to be named in the 20-man squad.

No Surgery for Marshall

DOCTORS have confirmed Wests Tigers five-eighth Benji Marshall will not have to undergo surgery on his injured right shoulder. Steve Noyce, CEO of Wests Tigers, said ? the MRI scans have revealed pleasing news for the Club?.

Sports Oxy-Shot League Sevens Draw

THE draw has been released for the 2005 Sports Oxy-shot League Sevens to be held in Wollongong next week.

Season Preview: South Sydney Rabbitohs

WE kick-off the 2005 League Unlimited Team Previews with last seasons wooden spooners The South Sydney Rabbitohs.

Newcomers in Warriors first trial match against Parramatta

NZ Bartercard Cup players Toshio Laiseni and Rowan Baxter have earned call-ups for the Vodafone Warriors? first 2005 NRL trial against Parramatta on Sunday.

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