From the Couch ? 4th Qualifying Final Analysis: Eels v Sea Eagles

SEPTEMBER is here and that means Finals.

From the Couch ? Qualifying Final Analysis

SEPTEMBER is here and that means Finals.

From the Couch ? 3rd Qualifying Final Analysis: Dragons v Sharks

SEPTEMBER is here and that means Finals.

From the Couch ? 2nd Qualifying Final Analysis: Broncos v Storm

SEPTEMBER is here and that means Finals.

From the Couch ? 1st Qualifying Final Analysis: Tigers v Cowboys

SEPTEMBER is here and that means Finals.

Golden Ticket

FOR a Dragons fan with a modicum of pride and self respect, missing out on a ticket to the widely heralded ?game of the year? is akin to a living a lifetime impoverished and destitute. A week in advance, the round 24 Saints-Parra game had become the subject of hyperbole and windbaggery ? the competition favourites St George, who had just defeated the leaders Brisbane in Brisbane; hosting the Eels, who had flogged the defending premiers Bulldogs by 50. The match was the hottest ticket in town, and tickets were expected to sell out quickly. No-one, however ? least of all myself - expected them to be snapped up as quickly as they were, ie: completely sold out by Tuesday morning.

Bad Faith

THE late French philosopher Jean Paul Sartre, expanding on the philosophical tradition most famously initiated by the German Freidrich Nietzsche, believed that the logical extension of Nietzsche?s ?Death of God? thesis was for every human to create their own lives purely through their own actions, the ?intolerable necessity? of their own free choice. Without a genuine belief in God, life could no longer be based on any solid moral or existential foundation, but must merely be choosing for choice?s sake, and living for life?s sake. Humanity no longer had an essence, and for Sartre, to continue to believe in any essence was ?bad faith?.

Burleigh vs Redcliffe Preliminary Final Preview

BURLEIGH v REDCLIFFE, Pizzey Park, Saturday 2pm, September 10.

Redcliffe Dolphins News

THE Dolphins Premier Grade side booked themselves a spot in the preliminary final against Burleigh after a comprehensive victory over North?s at Bishop Park last Saturday.

Wolves secure victory over Reds

WARRINGTON Wolves climbed above Hull for the crucial fourth spot in the engage Super League thanks to a dominant second-half show against Salford that resulted in a 32-22 victory.

Rampant Saints crush Centurions

ST Helens moved three points clear at the top of engage Super League with a crushing 78-4 win over already relegated Leigh at Hilton Park.

Round 27-Friday night previews

JEWITT set for Wigan bow

Wildcats put Vikings to the sword

RELEGATED Widnes were put to the sword 46-6 by a Wakefield team eager to please coach Tony Smith and their suffering fans after three straight defeats.

Week 1 Semi Finals ? Preview

AS we move into the semis from the most exciting regular season in a long, long time there is an air of anticipation that the normal will take place. This year has been full of upsets and you get the feeling that the comp is ready to sort itself out this week.

Tigers maul Cowboys to deliver football lesson

FULLTIME score: Finals 2005 - Week 1 TIGERS 50 v COWBOYS 6 Match summary: The Wests Tigers have delivered a stunning football lesson to the Cowboys, thrashing the North Queenslanders 50-6 in the opening match of the 2005 Finals series at Telstra Stadium tonight.

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