NSW Deaf and Queensland Deaf will play out their 29th annual Origin match at Penrith Stadium next Sunday, June 12th.
BURLEIGH BEARS 64 defeat SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 4
WYNNUM SEAGULLS 32 defeat CENTRAL COMETS 22
TOOWOOMBA CLYDESDALES 40 defeat IPSWICH JETS 16
THE IGT & Go Sport Balmain Ryde-Eastwood Tigers were narrowly defeated by the Canberra Raiders 31-24 at Leichhardt Oval on Sunday.
THE St Marys Penrith Premier League team has been named to take on the Balmain Tigers this weekend.
The team is;
FRIDAY, 10th June 2005
TWO French referees could be active in Super League in the 2006 season, according to Rugby Football League Match Officials Director Stuart Cummings.
INJURED sharpshooter Josh Hannay rates himself a 70-30 chance of bolstering the Cowboys' Origin-depleted backline for Sunday's NRL clash against St-George Illawarra.
MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy has named an 18-man squad for this weekend's round 14 NRL Telstra Premiership clash against the New Zealand Warriors. The Storm (7-5) take on the Warriors (5-7) at Ericsson Stadium in Auckland on Sunday, June 12th at 2:30pm AEST.
THE Broncos impressive winning streak of eight consecutive wins is sure to come under fire this weekend in Canberra after the club was forced to relinquish eight players to State of Origin II and injury yesterday.
TWELVE Aboriginal children from a community called Yirrkala in far north-east Arnhem Land had the time of their lives meeting their heroes at Melbourne Storm yesterday.
CRONULLA Sharks coach Stuart Raper has named his team to play the Wests Tigers at Cambelltown Stadium on Friday night.
Coach Rapers team is;
VODAFONE Warriors head coach Tony Kemp has shuffled the captaincy, recalled hooker Lance Hohaia and lost loose forward Sione Faumuina for Sunday?s NRL match against the Melbourne Storm at Ericsson Stadium.
The 24-year-old Faumuina is out for one game after taking an early guilty plea on a grade one careless high tackle charge from Saturday night?s loss to St George Illawarra.
And Hohaia returns immediately after serving a club-imposed one-match ban over a breach of protocol after the 21-4 win over Wests Tigers.
With Faumuina out, Betham moves back to his preferred loose forward?s position with Hohaia stepping back into the No 9 jersey.
Jones will assume the captaincy, which he had in the win over South Sydney two weeks ago.
?We want Monty to be able to concentrate solely on leading the defence which will need to be at its best against a side like the Storm,? said Kemp.
?He gave us so much value with his work in the middle of the park earlier in the season. That?s the work ethic we?ll need in our last 12 matches as we strive to make the finals.?
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