New Zealand A team announced

THE New Zealand A team to tour the United Kingdom has been named by Gerard Stokes, the coach following the Bartercard Cup final at Ericsson Stadium.

Canterbury Bulls - the new Bartercard Cup champions for 2003

ERICSSON Stadium yesterday afternoon hosted a showcase of rugby league in New Zealand with the fans viewing some top notch action in both the Mad Butcher Fox Memorial trophy and the main event, the Bartercard Cup.

NRL wrap - WEEK 1 QUALIFYING FINALS

THE 2003 Finals series kicked off on Friday night with the Raiders going down 30-18 to Melbourne at a freezing cold Canberra Stadium. It was an awesome display from the Storm who overcame a 12 point deficit to completely out-gun the Raiders' defence and put the Green Machine's 2003 aspirations on hold.

Post Mortem : Brisbane Broncos

THE Broncos boasted 11 State of Origin players - six who pulled on the green and gold.

News Improves For Penrith Panthers

INJURED Penrith forwards Tony Puletua and Luke Priddis are expected to be fit for the Panthers' National Rugby League preliminary final in two weeks, coach John Lang said on Monday.

Bulldogs Promise To Improve

THE Bulldogs have vowed to make a better fist of their second National Rugby League (NRL) finals' appearance after spectacularly falling apart before the New Zealand Warriors.

Raiders Bracing Themselves

THINGS could be worse for Canberra Raiders captain Simon Woolford.

Ribot's call to arms

MELBOURNE Storm executive director John Ribot has urged the Melbourne public to get behind the Storm as Victoria?s other team in the finals alongside Collingwood in the AFL.

Underestimate Us At Your Peril - John Lang

PENRITH coach John Lang delivered a warning to his team's premiership rivals after the Panthers ended Brisbane's 2003 National Rugby League season with a spirited comeback win in the fourth qualifying final at Penrith Football Stadium.

Roosters Achieved Nothing In 2003 - Stuart

RICKY Stuart says his Sydney Roosters have lived up to all expectations so far this National Rugby League season - but still haven't achieved anything in 2003.

Dogs Army Silenced

THEY'RE renowned as the most fervent of rugby league fans, but when the chips were down on Saturday night, the Bulldog Army deserted like rats.

NRL wrap - WEEK 1 QUALIFYING FINALS

THE 2003 Finals series kicked off on Friday night with the Raiders going down 30-18 to Melbourne at a freezing cold Canberra Stadium. It was an awesome display from the Storm who overcame a 12 point deficit to completely out-gun the Raiders' defence and put the Green Machine's 2003 aspirations on hold.

Post Mortem : Brisbane Broncos

THE Broncos boasted 11 State of Origin players - six who pulled on the green and gold.

News Improves For Penrith Panthers

INJURED Penrith forwards Tony Puletua and Luke Priddis are expected to be fit for the Panthers' National Rugby League preliminary final in two weeks, coach John Lang said on Monday.

Bulldogs Promise To Improve

THE Bulldogs have vowed to make a better fist of their second National Rugby League (NRL) finals' appearance after spectacularly falling apart before the New Zealand Warriors.

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