MANLY-WARRINGAH SEA EAGLES
1. Sydney Roosters 44pts
2. Newcastle Knights 44pts
3. New Zealand Warriors 36pts
4. Canberra Raiders 34pts
5. St.George-Illawarra Dragons 32pts
6. Parramatta Eels 32pts
7. Brisbane Broncos 30pts
8. Penrith Panthers 30pts
9. Canterbury Bulldogs 26pts
10. Melbourne Storm 24pts
11. Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 22pts
12. North Queensland Cowboys 22pts
13. Wests Tigers 22pts
14. South Sydney Rabbitohs 12pts
15. Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 10pts
SYDNEY Airport Jets Home Games Draw For 2004.
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Saturday, March 20 ? Henson Park
THE UK?s most successful Rugby Club, World Champions, Bradford Bulls, have suffered a major blow with the news that Centre Toa Kohe-Love is likely to miss the rest of the season after suffering knee ligament damage in the game against Wakefield Trinity at Belle Vue last Sunday.
LONDON will line up on Sunday at Griffin Park for the third successive game in as many weeks when they face Wakefield Trinity Wildcats in the fifth round of the Powergen Challenge Cup.
PAUL Cullen has named and 19-man squad for the trip to Boundary Park this weekend.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have beaten the North Queensland Cowboys 24-20 at Dairy Farmers Stadium in a strong second half performance.
THE Canterbury Bulldogs have beaten the Parramatta Eels 48-14 in a runaway performance at Telstra Stadium.
IT only took two tries for the Wests Tigers to assert their dominance over the Cronulla Sharks, as the new look squad gritted out a tough 12-6 victory to open the double header. Both teams appeared evenly matched in defence, with only the Tigers? superior penetration in attack the difference between the teams.
THERE have been several changes to the lineups for the remaining games for round 1.