AMNRL 2003 Season Draw

THE AMNRL season kicks off this Weekend for 2003. This year will see the introduction of two new teams to the AMNRL. The Washington D.C. Slayers and Connecticut Wildcats will be playing their first games as part of the expansion of Rugby League in the United States.

Queensland Cup - Round 10 - Review

BURLEIGH retained a share of fifth spot on the Queensland Cup ladder with a 26-16 win over Easts in a high quality ABC Television match at Langlands Park. The Tigers were first to score after 15 minutes when fullback Wade Liddell crossed after a Scott Thorburn bomb was not handled by the Bears. Five minutes later the scores were level at 6 all with Burleigh second row Stan Berryman crashing over after a set move.

3 Guilty Of Drug Charges

THREE players have tested positive for banned substances, the Rugby Football League's Doping Control Panel announced on Tuesday. London Broncos winger Dominic Peters has been suspended from playing for 12 months after testing positive for stanozolol.

Kids Take Over At Centurions

ALTHOUGH the first team had the Bank Holiday Weekend off, St Albans Centurions were still in action when their newly-formed Under-16 team pulled off another fine victory, winning 30-20 at Greenwich Admirals. The side, which was only formed this month by former first team skipper Lee Parkin, has done so well in its two matches - they hammered Essex Eels in their debut match a week earlier - that scouts from Super League club London Broncos are taking a very keen interest in several players.

Patten prepared to take pay cut to stay

BULLDOGS fullback Luke Patten says he is prepared to take another pay cut to stay with the National Rugby League club.

Roarty leaving Panthers amid dream run

SECOND rower Ben Roarty is quitting high-flying Penrith in the midst of its dream National Rugby League season to secure his playing future in England. The Panthers have agreed to give 28-year-old Roarty an early release because they can't guarantee him a contract for next season.

Adam MacDougall Put On Ice By Knights

INJURED Test winger Adam MacDougall has been frozen out by the Newcastle Knights pending the outcome of further talks over his future with the National Rugby League club.

Bulldogs re-sign Patten

THE Bulldogs have re-signed fullback Luke Patten for another three National Rugby League seasons.

Lauiti'iti Still Has A Way To Go Yet

THE Warriors are scoffing at rumours Ali Lauiti'iti will resume playing in the next week or so.

The Benefit Of The Doubt

NATIONAL Rugby League (NRL) video referees have been told to give attacking teams the benefit of the doubt this weekend following a series of controversial rulings in recent matches.

Broncos re-sign young forwards

THE Brisbane Broncos have been boosted by three of their young forwards signing new National Rugby League contracts.

Thomson supports Gold Coast bid

MANLY boss Ian Thomson has thrown his support behind a consortium bidding to base a National Rugby League team on the Gold Coast from 2006.

Bulldogs Withdraw Vagana's Offer

THE Bulldogs have withdrawn their latest offer of a new contract to Nigel Vagana, prolonging the stalemate between the Kiwis' star centre and the National Rugby League (NRL) title contenders.

National Rugby League team on the Gold Coast ?

THE consortium pushing for a National Rugby League team on the Gold Coast will meet with officials from a Sydney club in the next 48 hours to discuss relocating to the tourist strip.

Talau Ready To Decide On Future

KIWIS and Bulldogs centre Willie Talau is expected to decide on his future with the National Rugby League (NRL) club this week.

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