THE Bears have moved one step closer to the finals with a solid win against Western Suburbs at Campbelltown on Saturday. The Magpies inability to constrain their opposition gave the Bears the opportunity to wreak havoc up the right side of the field via a superb running and passing game from Lester Salanoa and Chris Tuatara. They were fed by a never stopping Billy Ngawini at dummy half always looking dangerous while massive Alex Chan controlled the ruck. The Salanoa and Tuatara combination produced some flashy tries including Lester cutting through the Magpies line to almost score and Chris finishing off to run in the try. And in the second half Chris elegantly took a bomb put up by Wests and ran 60 metres followed by Lester making another break through the Wests defence to score celebrating with a summersault (pictured). The only disappointment of the match, letting Wests in for two concolation tries in the dying minutes of the match. The final score of 30-20 did not fully reflect the Bears dominance.
A great weekend for the South London Storm saw the First team crowned as Minor Premier Champions in the RLC Premier South division and the Second team finish as runners up in the Middlesex 9?s bowl.
THE Maltese Rugby League Association (MRLA) and Parramatta Melita Eagles Soccer Club (PMESC) of Sydney-Australia have parted ways following a twelve-month relationship.
OFFICIAL English Super League Round 21 Report - Sunday game. Full time: Widnes 18 Wakefield 44.
OFFICIAL English Super League Round 21 Report - Sunday game. Full time: Warrington 26 London 14.
ROBINA wins the NRL cliff-hanger
NORTH Queensland playmaker Johnathan Thurston insists the Cowboys haven't reached crisis point despite the club just one loss from falling out of the NRL's top-eight.
FULLBACK ? C Schifcofske (Raiders) Played a pivotal role for the Raiders in a close game against Parra. His three goals and superb ball-returns set the tone for Canberra.
THE NRL has fined St George Illawarra $10,000 after coach Nathan Brown accused referees of bias against the joint venture on Sunday.
DRAGONS Ben Hornby and Colin Best will reach significant career milestones when the Dragons take on local rivals the Sharks this Sunday at Oki Jubilee Stadium.
QUEENSLAND star Chris Flannery has been named in the centres for Sunday?s crunch match with Melbourne ? in what will be the popular clubman?s 100th first grade game.
NORTH Queensland Cowboys head coach Graham Murray has named his side for the second home game in as many weeks at Dairy Farmers Stadium.
BULLDOGS head coach Steve Folkes has named his side to take on the Broncos this weekend.
PENRITH Panthers coach John Lang has named his side to take on the Cowboys at Dairy Farmers Stadium on Saturday evening.
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CANBERRA Raiders second-rower Matt Adamson will return from injury against the New Zealand Warriors on Saturday, as the Raiders prepare to lock horns with a former teammate.