Battle Cry To Bring Factions Together

ST George Illawarra boss Peter Doust wants to hear supporters chanting "Dragons, Dragons" to avoid factions forming between St George and Illawarra fans.

Forum Sevens: The Cap Fits, So Wear It

IT is just after 11am Sunday morning. The Sunday Footy Show is on the telly, just like any other Sunday. And just like any other Sunday, Phil Gould gets on his soap box and denounces the salary cap. Despite his protestations, the salary cap works. This year the competition is more even than it has ever been, so much so that only 6 points separates first from ninth.

Forum Sevens: Alternate Ways to promote the ?greatest game of all?

EARLIER this year, the NRL launched its advertising campaign that reworked a classic Hoodoo Gurus hit to become a theme song for the game. The response from this advertising seems to have been positive but is this enough to help rugby league reclaim lost ground and conquer new territory? Could the NRL look outside the square and try new ways to advertise? The answer to the latter is most definitely, yes. Below are some ideas that could be attempted.

Dominant Four to show attacking flair

THE top four clubs in the Mixwell Colts Challenge will have a last chance to flex their muscles before they meet in semi final football. In this weekend's final round each of the top four play clubs they should easily account for.

Brisbane Rugby League A Grade poised for exciting finish

THERE are 6 clubs still vying for a top four finish in the 2003 Mixwell Cup Competition with only one round remaining.

Talau Arrives In Britain

ST Helens have welcomed Willie Talau to Knowsley Road, with the former Canterbury Bulldogs centre arriving in the UK on Thursday. Talau was released by the Bulldogs earlier this week to link up with Saints earlier than initially planned, having signed a three-year contract which would have begun in 2004.

Smith Wont Say Die

PARRAMATTA coach Brian Smith refuses to hoist the white flag but captain Nathan Cayless concedes the Eels now need to build for the 2004 National Rugby League (NRL) season.

Tony Will Be Aiming To Impress

BRISBANE-BOUND Motu Tony is relishing the challenge of becoming the first born and bred New Zealander to impress at the National Rugby League (NRL) heavyweights.

Firman To Go Under The Knife

ST George Illawarra halfback Brett Firman will book himself in for his second shoulder reconstruction following the Dragons' last match of the season, ending his remote chances of earning a spot on the upcoming Kangaroo tour.

The Stakes Are High For Stacey

WARRIORS playmaker Stacey Jones risks missing the entire finals series if he attempts a premature return from a groin injury, the National Rugby League club's doctor said on Wednesday.

Walker Looking For A Place To Call Home

SYDNEY Roosters flyer Chris Walker will be shopped around the NRL and the Australian Rugby Union after the premiers decided they couldn't squeeze him under their salary cap next season.

Player Profile - Shaun Berrigan

SHAUN Berrigan plays his 100th game for the Broncos at the weekend - 99 more than he thought he'd play for the champion National Rugby League club.

Dragons Looking For An Ounce Of Luck

A bit of luck and three straight victories is all that's required for St George Illawarra to make this year's finals, according to coach Nathan Brown.

Blacklock re-signs with Dragons for two years

TRY-SCORING machine Nathan Blacklock has today re-signed with the Dragons for 2004 and 2005 on the eve of his record-equalling 100th NRL game for St George Illawarra.

Battle Cry To Bring Factions Together

ST George Illawarra boss Peter Doust wants to hear supporters chanting "Dragons, Dragons" to avoid factions forming between St George and Illawarra fans.

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