Lion Breweries Continue Proud Tradition

Lion Red is back on the Kiwi jersey as naming rights sponsor of the Kiwi Rugby League team for the 2003 season, New Zealand Rugby League president Selwyn Pearson announced today.

Jets topple Clydesdales

THIS afternoon at Stadium Toowoomba a Graham Mackay inspired Ipswich Jets have caused the first upset of the Qld Cup with a 34-24 victory over the Toowoomba Clydesdales in the ABC TV match after leading 22-4 at half time. Ex international Mackay was scintillating with four tries only blotting his copy book with a ten minute stint in the sin bin right on the half time hooter for a professional foul while half back Ricky Bird also had an outstanding match & being awarded the ABC man of the match award. Toowoomba had the early running scoring the first try before the Bird & Mackay show took over with Mackay having a hat trick by the interval & completing his fourth with an intercept try midway through the second half. Jets coach Gillmeister was relieved with his first up win in the competition while Toowoomba coach Kevin Walters was left searching for answers. Ipswich next week play Burleigh Bears at Bendigo Bank Oval while things get no easier for Toowoomba having to travel to Dolphin Oval at Redcliffe to play last years premiers.

Stokes Keen on Assistants Job

WELLINGTON'S Gerard Stokes wants to continue as Kiwi assistant coach under newly appointed Daniel Anderson, but is unsure of his chances.

Anderson Officially Now The Kiwi Coach

THE New Zealand Rugby League is pleased to announce the appointment of Daniel Anderson as the coach of the New Zealand Kiwis for the next three years.

MCC Referees Required

THE Metropolitan Catholic Colleges Rugby League Competition is inviting Referees who have time on Thursday afternoons to be part of one of the longest running schoolboy competitions in New South Wales.


TWO of Australias foundation Rugby League clubs, Newtown and North Sydney, have agreed to permanently honour a living Sydney legend who played with distinction for both of the 1908 clubs.

First Leg Of The Frank Hyde Cup

THE Newtown Jets are proud to be sponsored by Sydney Airport and the Petersham RSL Club.

Sydney Airport Jets Trial Details For This Weekend

SATURDAY, March 1st, 2003Central Coast Advocate Stadium, Gosford (formerly the Northpower Stadium).2.30 pm. Newtown v. Ryde-Eastwood (Jim Beam Cup trial)4.10 pm. Newtown v. Western Suburbs (NSW Premier League trial).

The Young Swansea Bulls Head For Bradford

THE Swansea Bulls Under 15's will travel to Halifax and Bradford on the weekend on March 22nd & 23rd. The team, based at Morriston RFC in Swansea, will be play against Ovenden Under 15s in Halifax on Saturday 22nd March.

Bulls Eye

COACH Brian Noble and Mike Forshaw look at Sunday's Tetley's Super League Round 2 clash, which sees the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats as the visitors as the Bulls are set for an emotional return to Odsal. Please note this game has a 3.00pm kick off

Bulls To Produce Souvenir Programme

THE Bradford Bulls, Odsal Homecoming match on Sunday 9th March will be commemorated with a special souvenir edition of their new Gameday programme, Raging Bull.The programme, which includes special features on the Bradford Northern Legends match, Gareth Gates, along with 48 pages of top news, reviews, interviews and statistics, will be available from around Odsal Stadium for only 2.50.

Tasesa Lavea Hurt In Night Club Fight

FORMER New Zealand rugby league international Tasesa Lavea will be disciplined by Northern Eagles management after trading blows with teammate Alex Moore last week.

Kogarah Retrospective - Time For The Fans To Step Up

ON this night, 12 months ago, St.George-Illawarra supporters rallied for the return of the Dragons to Kogarah's Jubilee Oval. The R2K group hosted an Information Night at Kogarah RSL Club, with guest speakers including Frank Hyde, Robert Stone, Tony Squires and Dick Caine. Many supporters regard the Information Night as the catalyst for the long awaited return which was announced on the 5th of September last year.

Johns Worries Warriors

NEWCASTLE lifted the tempo in the last 15 minutes to come from behind and beat the New Zealand Warriors 36-26 in a National Rugby League match at Ericsson Stadium.


THE NRL survived week one without a draw in sight as crowds flocked in to see a round of bone crunching footy.

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