West Indies Rugby League celebrate first year

THE West Indies Ruby league Federation will celebrate a successful first year in existence when they hold their first presentation evening in the New Year.

British international prefers Queensland Cup

RICHARD Fletcher has rejected a cross-city switch to Hull KR and will head for Australia after his Hull FC contract was terminated.

Farrell tops off year with OBE

WIGAN and Great Britain skipper Andrew Farrell today received an OBE in the 2005 New Year?s Honours List.

St Helens 17-16 Leigh

SAINTS scrum-half Scott Moore kicked a late drop goal to give his side a narrow victory in their friendly at Knowsley Road. Moore's score gave Saints their first lead of the match and sealed the win against the Super League newcomers.

Leeds Rhinos 46 v 6 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats

SUPER League Champions Leeds Rhinos ran out convincing winners in the Tetley?s Festive Challenge.

Rhinos snare Ellis

LEEDS Rhinos have today swooped for Wakefield and Great Britain ace Gareth Ellis.

Frank is happy

WIDNES boss Frank Endacott praised his side after they beat Warrington 12-6 in a re-arranged friendly originally scheduled for Boxing Day.

Hull hail new hero

HULL FC's exciting new winger Nathan Blacklock is being tipped to become a black and white legend in Super League X by head coach John Kear.

Rhinos side gets added strength

GRAND Final winners Marcus Bai and Willie Poching will both return to the Rhinos side for the Champions second pre-season game against York City Knights at Bootham Crescent on Monday 3rd January, kick off 3pm.

Ellis stays with Wildcats

GARETH Ellis will be staying with Wakefield Trinity Wildcats for 2005 - according to Wildcats' boss Shane McNally.

Its the stuff nightmares are made of

AFTER a tough year for the Kiwis and the Warriors, New Zealand rugby league fans will be praying 2005 brings a turnaround in fortunes.

Broncos put it all down to luck

THE Brisbane Broncos believe they were not overworked this year, they just hit a period of bad luck towards the end of the 2004 season.

Bulldogs pro-active in halting unruly crowd behaviour

SPECTATORS at Bulldogs games will be able to "dob in a thug" by calling a hotline if they are being intimidated or harassed.

Rugby League - The Most Watched Game Of All

AT a recent basketball match between Wollongong and Canberra, the total lack of interest from the 4500 fans was amazing. Where the majority of any rugby league crowd is glued to the action on the field, the thousands who had paid close to $20 to witness a crack NBL match seemed oblivious that there was a contest on at all.

Rabbitoh's $2.5mil wish list

THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have reportedly budgeted $2.5 million to be spent on new players in the middle of next year.

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