TONY Rea will be searching for his team?s third win on the spin when they run out at Knowsley Road on Friday night against St Helens. London backed up a good home win over Wigan Warriors a fortnight ago (22-20) with another solid win on Sunday against Widnes (24-38)
WORLD Club Champions Bradford Bulls have received a big boost ahead of tomorrow night?s important Tetley?s Super League showdown with Wigan Warriors, with the news that Wigan born Scrum Half, Paul Deacon, has signed a new three year contract with the club and will remain at Odsal until the end of the 2007 season
IN Bulls Eye this week, Brian Noble and Jamie Peacock look ahead to Friday's Round 23 Tetley's Super League game when Wigan Warriors hit town in one of the games of the season1
WIGAN today completed the signing of several of their players who would have been out of contract at the end of the season.
PJ Marsh has put an end to speculation regarding his playing future with the New Zealand Warriors by announcing that he will return home to Australia with his wife Kelly for the birth of their first child.
THE Sydney Roosters have comprehensively outplayed the Panthers, winning 44-12 at Aussie Stadium tonight.
ST George Illawarra Dragons winger Nathan Blackock has signed with UK club, Hull FC for 2005.
THE Parramatta Eels have put a big dent into the hopes of the Sharks finals aspirations, convincingly defeating the Cronulla side by 44-22.
NRL TELSTRA TEAMS & FIXTURES - ROUND 23
(Teams subject to change)
13 ? 15 August 2004 (AEST time)
Fri 7:30: ROOSTERS V PANTHERS
Sat 5:30: SHARKS V EELS
Sat 7:30: DRAGONS V WARRIORS
Sat 7:30: COWBOYS V RABBITOHS
Sun 2:30: RAIDERS V STORM
Sun 3:00: BRONCOS V BULLDOGS
Sun 3:00: SEA EAGLES V KNIGHTS
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AT a cold and windy WIN Stadium, the St George Illawarra Dragons have come away 28-10 victors over the New Zealand Warriors tonight.
THE North Queensland Cowboys have beaten the South Sydney Rabbitohs 36-22 in an unconvincing performance at Dairy Farmers Stadium.
THE Junior Kiwis were dealt a major blow during the week, with Samuela Moa ruled out following a medical assessment of a concussion suffered in the first Test.
AFTER beating the best that the principality has to offer, Bridgend Blue Bulls and Cardiff Demons are set to fly the flag for Wales in this Saturday's Total RL.com Rugby League Conference Quarter-Final matches.
And rugby league fans will have the chance to see both matches. While Cardiff's match kicks off at the regular time of 1430 BST, Bridgend have moved their start to 1915 BST, allowing for some of their players to play two matches in two different codes in one day.
BARLA Great Britain Young Lions Manager Joe Elliott has named his side for tomorrow's Test match against the Australian Schoolboys.
CRONULLA halfback Brett Kimmorley has pulled out of Saturday's crucial match with Parramatta after scans revealed his troublesome hamstring had not yet fully healed. Kimmorley has been absent from the Sharks line up since tearing the muscle during State of Origin training.