FRESH from a five-week holiday, a fit-looking Darren Lockyer returned to Broncos training on Monday, confident his first year as Brisbane captain would be a big year for the club.
THERE are only a few places left for teams wishing to enter the Wollongong Sevens on February 18 and 19 2005.
TICKETS for the 2005 Charity Shield will go on sale to South Sydney Members on Wednesday, January 19 for the big clash against the St George Illawarra Dragons.
CHANGES to the 2005 NRL draw have given the Vodafone Warriors the closest away game in their 10-year history ? and reacquainted them with the longest trip in the competition.
GREAT Britain will get the chance to redeem itself for its Elland Road flop after international rugby league bosses gave the go-ahead for the Tri-Nations Series to be repeated this year.
ORARA Valley on NSW's North Coast is set to relive the glory days of the Bears as a North Sydney side competes in the annual Orara Valley 7's Tournament.
THE following trial dates have been confirmed:
IT has been confirmed this week that South London Storm player of the year for 2004 Louis Neethling has sensationally rejoined South London Storm turning down an offer to sign for London Skolars.
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WIDNES Vikings have announced an improved five figure sponsorship from local water company Alder Spring.
LONDON Skolars are to take on a Select X111 from the current World Champions Bradford Bulls in a pre-season friendly in Dublin on next Sunday January 23rd at Blackrock College RFCs ground in Stradbrook, kick-off at 1.30pm.
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NEGOTIATIONS have begun to bring the best of the NRL and Super 12 together in a cross-code challenge to raise funds for the victims of Asia's devastating tsunamis.
THE Wollongong University rugby league club is proud to be hosting it's 13th annual Wollongong Sevens tournament on the 18th and 19th of February. Due to lighting problems, the venue has been moved from Ziems Park Corrimal to Kooloobong Oval in the nearby suburb of Keiraville.
BRISBANE'S sextet of 'Roo tourists have resumed training for the first time this year.