Mixwell Cup Round 13

IN a stunning upset Runaway Bay have claimed their first win of the season, and indeed since 2003, in defeating Wests 20 ? 16 at Purtell Park on Saturday. Wests were without several players who were participating in the Qld Divisonal Championships. The Seagulls last win was also against the Panthers.

Dragons Flegg Drown The Rip In History Making Win

THE St George Illawarra Jersey Flegg side has made history and in the process sent an ominous warning to the rest of the competition with a resounding 102 - 8 win over the Central Coast Rip at Oki Jubilee Stadium today.

Wynnum thump Souths

WYNNUM SEAGULLS 52 defeat SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 22

Big Young Gun eyes NRL again

NORTH QLD YOUNG GUNS 22 defeat EASTS TIGERS 16

Bears Go Down at Home - Bartercard Cup

OTAHUHU Ellerslie defeated the Glenora Bears, 30/22, at Trust Stadium Waitakere today.

WALES 70 SCOTLAND 8

WALES successfully opened their defence of the Parkhouse Recruitment Conference Home Nations Championship at the Brewery Field on Sunday after beating Scotland 70-8 in front of a crowd of over 700.

Devils Q up for try romp

NORTHS DEVILS 40 defeat IPSWICH JETS 14

Seagull curse strikes Clydesdales again

TWEED HEADS SEAGULLS 34 defeat TOOWOOMBA CLYDESDALES 22

Burleigh coasting after Redcliffe win

BURLEIGH BEARS 56 defeat REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS 6

Jets Replay Their Get Out Of Jail Card Against The Dragons

THE Sydney Airport Jets staged another last-minute escape act in Saturday?s thrilling VB Premier League match against St.George-Illawarra at Henson Park. Two weeks ago the Jets beat Parramatta 22-16 with a converted try in the last minute of play and in an amazing coincidence, Newtown repeated that same 22-16 winning margin and the late converted try against the Dragons.

ESL Round 17 Sunday game review

LONDON Broncos 24 - Widnes Vikings 10

ESL Round 17 Sunday game preview

WIDNES Vikings V London Broncos

Broncos Make It 4 Straight

THE London Broncos made it four victories on the trot in the Engage Super League with a 24 - 10 win at the Halton Stadium over League strugglers Widnes Vikings.

Monday?s Expert Leagueunlimited.com Players Awards - Round 14

LEAGUE Wrap: Round 14, 10-12 June 2005 St George Illawarra utility back Ben Hornby looks to be charging home in this year?s Leagueunlimited.com Player Awards after scoring maximum points for consecutive weeks. He moves up to 16 points overall, just three points behind Cowboys full back Matt Bowen.

Big Jase in bother again

SHARKS prop Jason Stevens is facing his second suspension of the season after being charged with a dangerous throw by the National Rugby League match review committee.

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