THE Queensland Rugby League have released the draw for what promises to be another top year of rugby league action in the Queensland Cup competition.
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SYDNEY Airport Jets December 2004 Newsletter.
FOLLOWING several inquiries about the possibility of travelling on the Southern Aurora charter train to the Newtown-Group 11 trial match at Parkes on Saturday, February 19, here are the proposed tour details:
LONDON Skolars are continuing to expand the current squad by today unveiling new signing Shannon Jarvis from Wollongong,Australia.The big 23 year old front row forward will add steel to the Skolars pack and brings a wealth of experience having played for Illawarra Steelers at youth level.
INTERNATIONAL Stadium this Australia Day is where when the US Tomahawks national rugby league side takes on the best of the Coffs Coast.
LEEDS Akademiks forward Dave Norcross will have the chance to help restore some British pride when GB Students take on their Australian counterparts at Dewsbury on Wednesday night.
The 'Academic Ashes' get underway at Ram Stadium (kick off 7.30pm) with Norcross likely to play a prominent role in GB coach Gary Wilkinson's pack. 'Knocker's' appearances for the Akkies during the 2004 season were limited because of his commitments with the GB train-on squad but he is certain to be well supported by his clubmates on Wednesday night and in Sunday's second Test at Warrington.
Commenting on the games, Student Rugby League Manager Matt Jeffery said: ?The Australian team have been on tour in the UK for several weeks now and have already are in good form but we know that the GB students are extremely well prepared and so it should be a tremendous contest.
LONDON Broncos can confirm that the best prop in the world, Shane Webcke, won?t be coming to London in 2005. But they are not denying that Webcke?s arrival in 2006 is a possibility.
THE UK?s most successful Rugby Club, World Champions, Bradford Bulls, yesterday launched their new ?Away? shirt in the Republic of Ireland. The shirt, in the traditional Irish green colour, has the name of one of Ireland?s leading Charities, the Jack & Jill Foundation, on the sleeve and the Bulls will make a donation to the Charity for every shirt sold.
REPRESENTATIVES from Kogarah Council and St.George DRLFC's Robert Stone gave local residents an exemplary presentation on the continued upgrade of Oki Jubilee Stadium.
THE North Queensland Toyota Dealers and the QRL Northern Division are pleased to announce Toyota as the new naming rights sponsor of the Toyota Foley Shield Competition for a minimum of two years beginning in the 2005 season. This investment from the North Queensland Toyota Dealers will effectively guarantee the future of this great competition.
Toyota is pleased to be involved in the Foley Shield competition as it is a direct link with their current investment with the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys. Toyota and its local North Queensland Toyota Dealers are great supporters of rugby league and sponsoring the Foley Shield is another way that they can cement their current association with the Toyota Cowboys while also contributing back to the local North Queensland region.
STEVE Price might have a new club and a new home but he?ll still have the same job in the 2005 NRL after being named as the Vodafone Warriors? new captain.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM continues to be the fastest growing Rugby League website in Australia and in 2005, we'll be making a few additions to our team.
FORMER New Zealand Warrior PJ Marsh's rugby league comeback is almost complete.
MAX Delmege has resigned from the board of National Rugby League club Manly.
2005 sees the Dragons reintroduce a Jersey Flegg (under 20 years of age) team, through the combination of the St George and Steelers sides of 2004.