In a perfect world (editorial)

IN a perfect world, Rugby League should have at least one team in each capitol city in Australia, excluding Darwin and Tasmania. The game as it stands today, is far too Sydney centric to ever broaden its horizons beyond the realms of the South Pacific and the North of England.

Storm look to overcome complacency

STORM coach mark Murray is finding it hard to explain why his side continues to struggle against lower placed teams away from Olympic Park.

Bennett defiant

THE National Rugby League has issued a breach notice to the Brisbane Broncos over comments made by coach Wayne Bennett following Broncos 26-6 win over the Eels last Friday night.

Dragons in the wars as Howell suffers season injury.

ST George Illawarra forward Michael Howell underwent brain surgery in Liverpool Hospital last night.

Jason Stevens charged with knee lifting

SHARKS prop Jason Stevens has been charged with two counts of knee lifting by the NRL match review committee following the Sharks 22-6 victory against South Sydney last Saturday night.

Andrew Ryan signs with Dogs

29.07.2002

Langer out for a month

BRISBANE Bronco's halfback, Allan Langer has fractured his thumb in last Friday night's match against Parramatta and will be out for four to six weeks.

Next weeks Telstra Premiership Round

THIS is next weeks round.

Weekly Bulls Eye

IN BULLS EYE THIS WEEK, COACH BRIAN NOBLE AND FORWARD JOE VAGANA LOOK AT FRIDAY'S SUPER LEAGUE VII ROUND 20 CLASH AT VALLEY PARADE WHEN THE TIGERS ARE IN TOWN LOOKING TO CONTINUE THEIR RECENT GOOD RUN OF FORM AGAINST THE BULLS.

Bulldogs snatch a miracle victory over the Knights

IN what has easily been the game of the year, the Bulldogs have overcome a 19-0 half time deficit to record a remarkable 22-21 win over the Newcastle Knights with Hazem El Masri kicking a pressure kick from the touchline after the siren to get the Dogs home and a 16th consecutive victory with a minor premiership firmly in their sights.

Cowboys stampede Eagles at Brookvale

A hat-trick to winger Ty Williams marked the North Queensland Cowboys 30-18 defeat of the Northern Eagles at Brookvale Oval today.

Dragons fire up against ordinary Tigers

THE St George Illawarra Dragons have led all the way to crush Wests Tigers 42-8 at Campbelltown Stadium today.(pic: St George winger, Matt Cooper scoring out wide)

Sharks attack in second half revival

CRONULLA Sharks have won their seventh game in a row defeating the South Sydney Rabbitohs 22-6 at Toyota Park tonight.

Raiders do it again

CANBERRA have done it again by giving this author a heart attack and beaten one of the premierships big guns at home, with a heart stopping 38-30 victory over the New Zealand Warriors. With under three minutes remaining, Canberra, trailing 30-26, put the ball up high and HJohn Carlaw from the Warriors knocked the ball on. From the ensuing scrum, Mark Mclinden cut the Warriors defence to bits and score under the posts to give Canberra the lead 32-30 with just on two minutes to play.

Girdler rewrites history books as Panthers take the points

RYAN Girdler today became the only player in the history of Australian Rugby League to score 100 tries and 500 goals as the Penrith Panthers defeated the Melbourne Storm 36-16 at Penrith Football Stadium today.

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