ROUND - 5, Sunday 6th June 2004.
MITSUBISHI Electric Bulldogs coach Steve Folkes has named his team to meet the fourth placed Melbourne Storm this Sunday after at the Sydney Showground.
PENRITH Panthers coach John Lang has named his team to take on the South Sydeney Rabbitohs at Aussie Stadium on Sunday.
Still smarting after last weeks hammering at the hands of the Storm, you can be sure the Panthers team was well drilled up at Penrith this week.
There is some speculation that this weeks game will see the return of centre Ryan Girdler from injury.
Coach Langs team is;
ROOSTERS, NSW and Australian legend Brad Fittler has answered the call and has made himself available for selection for NSW in the second State of Origin Match to be played at Suncorp Stadium on June 16.
REDFERN All Blacks 12 v 52 BARLA Great Britain Lions Erskinville Oval, Erskinville, Sydney
RESULTS from Henson Park, Saturday, June 5th.
NSWRL VB Premier League.
TAWERA Nikau's Stallions travel to Henham Park, in Auckland, today to meet Otahuhu, coached by former stand-off James Leuluai, in round seven on the Bartercard Cup national rugby league competition.
THE Redcliffe Dolphins must beat Souths Logan this Sunday to keep in touch with the top 5 in the Queensland Cup. After 5 losses in 6 weeks the Dolphins have gone from competition leaders to crash to 7th place.
WIGAN maintained their stranglehold over St Helens at the JJB Stadium with a crushing Super League win on Friday.
The Warriors notched up their 12th successive home victory over Saints to exact some revenge for their Challenge Cup final defeat three weeks ago.
LEEDS extended their lead at the top of the Tetley's Super League after a fine first-half display against Bradford.
The Rhinos took control with two tries in the space of four minutes from Keith Senior and Willie Poching.
MELBOURNE Storm has cast aside injury to record its fourth successive National Rugby League victory tonight, downing the Wests Tigers 30-24 at Olympic Park.
NORTH Queensland?s chances of making the National Rugby League top eight for the first time in their history have taken a major blow, with inspirational forward Glenn Morrison expected to miss the rest of the season.
THE Manly Sea Eagles scored one of the upsets of the season by defeating the Penrith Panthers 20-12 on a beautiful day at Brookvale Oval.
ON a cold wintry Auckland afternoon in front of the vocal Ericsson faithful, the NZ Warriors have finally shown the form most people expect to see. The move with Stacey Jones back to the halfback role, and Villasanti in the Number 11 jersey certainly paid dividends as the NZ Warriors team played the full 80 minutes against a Raiders side who were just as hungry for the win as the Warriors were.
A picture says a thousand words. In this case it was the Cronulla Sharks and their fans embracing as they overcame the Brisbane Broncos 30 to 22 at Suncorp Stadium this afternoon.
The game didn?t go all the Sharks way however as the Broncos forwards dominated their less fancied counterparts in the early stages, leading 12-nil after just 12 minutes.
As the game went on, the Cronulla side grew in confidence throwing the ball around and making metres through the middle of the ruck.