THE Metro Capital Challenge between London?s two professional clubs - the National Two Skolars and Super League?s Broncos - is attracting plenty of interest in the south.
WALES Rugby League has been officially recognised as the national governing body for the sport of Rugby League by the Sports Council of Wales.
BBC London is delighted to announce that we will be covering the whole of the London Bronco's 2005 Super League X and Powergen Challenge Cup campaigns.
THE Real Insurance Rabbitohs has announced today that Lee Hookey has rejoined the Club after a short period of retirement this year.
BENJI Marshall is back and ready to reclaim his reputation as one of the game's most exciting up and coming talents.
FORMER Test forward Brad Thorn is not setting his sights too high as he begins his rugby league comeback in Bundaberg next weekend.
TOP English referee Russell Smith will have the opportunity to officiate during the first few rounds of the NRL competition.
KOGARAH Council has received a petition from residents in Carlton objecting to the proposed installation of new floodlighting at Oki Jubilee Stadium.
Easts 14 (B. Tengdahl,B. Backer tries : S. McNally 3 goals)
BALMAIN 24 (F Samia, B Carney, C Heighington, S Greally tries B Carney 4 goals) drew with St George-Illawarra 24 (C Greenshields, T Jensen, W Naiqama tries A Gorrell 5, W Naiqama goals)
BRAMLEY Buffaloes warm up for their first season in National League 3 with a friendly against Underbank Rangers at Victoria Rangers home ground in Eccleshill on Wednesday 14th April(kick-off 7.30pm).
NORTH Queensland's Kiwis test prop Paul Rauhihi hopes a strong performance against a Kangaroo-laden Brisbane pack will help force him into contention for the trans-Tasman international next Friday.
THE Parramatta Eels have rightly refused Jamie Lyon a release from his contract and have given the wayward centre a week to consider his options.
PREMIERSHIP winning winger Peter Mortimer today revealed he resigned from the club's board because he felt he had been frozen out in recent weeks.
SHARKS centre Nigel Vagana will serve a one week suspension this week after failing to have his grade two careless high tackle downgraded.