NRL 2004 SEASON REVIEWS ? St.George-Illawarra Dragons

ST.GEORGE-ILLAWARRA are still awaiting serious results to emerge from serious promise. In 2004, the Dragons showed signs of transferring their tag as one of the best teams on paper to a being good team where it matters on the field. But the underlying problem of consistency and the necessary luck with injuries still evades the joint venture club.

Leeds Rhinos - the 2004 ESL Champions

LEEDS overcame bitter Yorkshire rivals Bradford in a hard-fought Grand Final at Old Trafford to end their 32-year wait for a league championship.

North Sydney Bears Presentation Night

THE glamorous and spectacular Sydney Show Boat was the venue for the North Sydney Bears Senior presentation night on Saturday. Players, officials and fans were treated to a sumptuous meal accompanied by spectacular views of Sydney Harbour while they relived the achievements of the past season.

ESL Grand Final - Bradford v Leeds

BRADFORD and Leeds will renew their rivalry as they go head-to-head for the Super League title in this weekends Grand Final at Old Trafford. The two sides, who finished first and second in the table, have been the benchmarks of Super League IX.

Senter's send off


Scotland make big changes

NEW Scotland coach Steve McCormack has named ten uncapped players in his 20 man squad for the European Nations Cup games with Wales and Ireland next week. They include Wakefield Trinity forward Duncan MacGillivray, former South Africa captain Jamie Bloem, York star half-back Danny Brough, ex Glasgow rugby union player Chris Birchall of Halifax and Bradford Bulls youngster Alex Szostak, along with four players promoted from the Scotland A squad. One of those, Glasgow Bulls? Andy McPhail, broke the points-scoring record with 38 in the win over Serbia in July.

Fiji A defeat Malta in Sydney

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA- Fiji A scored 3 tries in the final 13 minutes of play to record a 40-24 victory over international rugby league's latest newcomer Malta, before a crowd of about 1,600 in Sydney last night.

Gower and Lockyer under pressure to lift performance

COACH Wayne Bennett expects his halves combination of Darren Lockyer and Craig Gower to lift a notch on Saturday when Australia faces New Zealand in the second Tri-Nations rugby league test.

Golden Point unnecessary - Bennett

DESPITE calls from former greats of the game to introduce ?Golden Point? to international football, neither New Zealand coach Daniel Anderson nor Australian mentor Wayne Bennett supports such an initiative.

Pacific Rim and Pacific Cup Results

PACIFIC Rim Tonga 56 L.Sete, E. Uaisele (2), V. Lilo (2), S. Tuli (2), T. Moa (2), L. Moala, I. Vainikolo tries, V. Lilo (6) goals

Kiwis announced For UK Series

THE Kiwis rugby league squad has been announced for the remainder of the series in the UK, with the first match against Australia.

ORARA VALLEY AXEMEN RLFC 2005 Sevens Tournament

THE Orara Valley Axemen will on the weekend of the 22nd and 23rd of January 2005 will host what is believed to be the richest rugby league sevens competition in regional Australia.

Those Kiwis are alright - Mark Geyer

A massive about-face from former Australian rugby league hard man Mark Geyer.

Tri - Nations off to explosive start

NEW Zealand and Australia today drew 16-16 in a pulsating opening Tri-Nations rugby league test in Auckland.

Tri Series Kicks Off

FAVOURITES Australia have ruled out complacency being a factor when they face New Zealand in the opening Tri-Nations rugby league test in Auckland today.

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