LONDON Broncos squad for the 2004 season continues to build with the announcement today of two more player signings.
ST ALBANS CENTURIONS centre Dene Miller has the opportunity of a lifetime next Tuesday when he lines up against some of the greatest players rugby league has ever seen. Miller, from Welwyn Garden City, has been invited to join a London XIII that will play the Australian Legends in a tour match at Blackheath RFC on November 11 at 3pm, part of the Aussies trip around the UK accompanying the Kangaroos on their Ashes series.
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SOON to be Parramatta Eels player Chris Thorman says he will be living a dream when he eventually comes to Australia to play in the NRL next season. Thorman , who had the unique reputation for being the only Geordie player in the English Super League this season will be leaving England in the next few weeks to join the Eels in their pre season training. However, the 23 year, who played for the London Broncos this season has told a Newcastle Newspaper that he was shocked when first approached by the Eels.
MELBOURNE Storm?s 2004 Telstra Premiership hopes have been strengthened following former Manly head coach Peter Sharp?s decision to join the club as an assistant coach.
EX Manly coach Peter Sharp has taken up an assistant coaching position at the Melbourne Storm for the coming season.
Sharp, who was effectively sacked mid-way through the 2003 season, will join Craig Bellamy's staff in a new position.
MANLY coach Des Hasler believes his team may have a secret weapon in its arsenal next National Rugby League season.
GREAT Britain assistant coaches Brian Noble and Graham Steadman are delighted with the Lions' preparations for the First Test of the Think! Road Safety Ashes Series.
The Lions faced the England A side in an 'opposed session' at Salford on Wednesday morning as they step up their training ahead of Saturday's Ashes opener.
THE BARLA Great Britain Young Lions have named a 30-man training squad for their game against the touring Australian Institute of Sport side.
GREAT Britain are to seek a meeting with referee Steve Ganson ahead of Saturday's opening Ashes Test after discovering that Australia coach Chris Anderson has already held talks with the St Helens official.
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SINGAPORE Rugby League has taken further steps in preparation for its first international in 2004 with the appointment of its national coach and team medic. Tony Ashton is currently development officer for the Melbourne Storm in the National Rugby League, and with a Level 3 certificate, brings the standard of coaching needed to make the Singapore side competitive in a short period of time.
THE refereeing appointments for the Think! Road Safety Test Series have been confirmed with Britain having an official for the first and third tests as an equaliser for Australia having Bill Harrigan for the second and third test matches in the 2001 Kangaroo Tour.
GREAT Britian coach David Waite hopes to have a full squad to select from for Saturday's Think! Road Safety First Test against Australia at The JJB Stadium, Wigan.
The Lions saw captain Andy Farrell and loose forward Paul Sculthorpe sit out the clash with New Zealand A last Wednesday with respective knee and calf injuries.
AUSTRALIAN coach Chris Anderson has named his team for the opening Think! Road Safety Ashes Test, at Wigan on Saturday, and includes Sydney Roosters' Craig Wing at centre in Ryan Girdler's absence.
The Kangaroos lost Girdler, the exerienced Penrith centre, with a recurrence of a calf muscle injury in Sunday's 76-4 win over Wales.