A busy place in Auckland this weekend for semi-finals

AUCKLAND City is a hub of activity this weekend on the footy field with many of the local competitions heading into the semi finals. FRIDAY 26TH AUGUST WOMENS ? minor semi-final Richmond v Papakura Ellerslie Domain 8.00pm Otahuhu v Te Atatu Ellerslie Domain 6.30pm

Redcliffe vs Wynnum Preview

REDCLIFFE v WYNNUM, Dolphin Oval, Saturday 12.10pm, August 27.

Unsung Heroes

GA Studdart-Kennedy was no ordinary padre. His hard won reputation was that of the finest chaplain on the Western Front during the darkest days of World War One.

Semi finals time in the Bartercard Cup

THE play-offs for New Zealand's Bartercard Cup competition begin this weekend.

Bears Fund Raiser Raffle

THE North Sydney Football Club Fund Raiser Raffle is a year long raffle that will be drawn on 23rd of September 2005.

Redcliffe vs Hills Districts Preview

REDCLIFFE v HILLS DISTRICT, Dolphin Oval, Saturday 10.30am, August 27.

Redcliffe vs Toowoomba Preview

REDCLIFFE v TOOWOOMBA, Dolphin Oval, Saturday 2pm, August 27.

An international match kicks off Challenge Cup Final weekend

WALES v LEBANON PREVIEW:

Roosters stay alive - for now

FULLTIME score: Round 25 Brisbane Broncos 10 v Sydney Roosters 17

Kemp hopes to still hold Warriors reins

WARRIORS coach Tony Kemp, whose position at the New Zealand Warriors is under review, said he hoped to be back at the helm of the National Rugby League club next season.

Warriors in Luck with signing

EXPERIENCED Cowboys back rower Micheal Luck has joined the growing list of Queenslanders at the Vodafone Warriors.

Dragon Players in a spot of bother ?

TELSTRA Premiership title favourites St George Illawarra will investigate a drunken incident involving "leading players" at a Wollongong hotel.

Stacey says goodbye with a winning try

FULLTIME score: Round 25 Manly Sea Eagles 20 v New Zealand Warriors 22

Storm end Tigers' run and farewell Robbie Kearns

FULLTIME score: Round 25 STORM 34 v WESTS TIGERS 22

The 'Mad Pup' will repent - McRae

SOUTH Sydney coach Shaun McRae reckons the "fear factor" of another lengthy suspension will help Luke MacDougall steer clear of the NRL judiciary next year.

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