LEAGUEUNLIMITED are proud to announce the launch of the 2004 Philips tipping comp.
THE Australian Rugby League will refund $7000 to players robbed of money during the Kangaroo tour of Great Britain after they failed to find any evidence to prosecute anyone.
WAIKATO Stadium is hosting the Vodafone Warriors and St George Illawarra Dragons league teams in an inaugural Stadium league game at 7.30pm on 5 February 2004.
THE UK?s most successful Rugby Club, Bradford Bulls, will this Christmas be visiting two of the World?s leading sports clubs to share best practice and improve the Experience for supporters of the Club.
FORMER Rovers coach Kevin Hobbs has rejoined the club as assistant to new headcoach Gary Price.
Price approached Hobbs, a former player with Rovers, after a move to bring his ex-Wakefield Wildcats club-mate Lionel Harbin to the Lionheart Stadium failed.
WAKEFIELD Trinity Wildcats have announced the signings of wingers Justin Ryder and Semi Tadulala.
Tadulala, 24, played for the Melbourne Storm for the past two seasons and Ryder, 23, made 27 appearances for the Newcastle Knights.
THE London Skolars have just secured three major signings which will strengthen their current squad considerably for the 2004 season. Glen
O'Davis and Peter Hannan both from Australia will be joined by John Rua from New Zealand, and have all recently arrived in London. " Last
year will lacked the the experience when it came to the big games, and I'm confident that the recent signing of these talented players
will hold us in good stead for the season ahead " commented club chairman Hector McNeil.
CHEV Walker could play for Leeds against Castleford on Boxing Day. Walker is serving an 18-month sentence in a young offender's institute following a brawl but will be released this week, possibly as early as Monday.
THE UK?s most successful Rugby Club, Bradford Bulls, will spend Tuesday 16th December at the Wetherby Young Offenders Institute as a prelude to the launch in February of a unique scheme targeting the fitness and lifestyle of young offenders.
MARCH 9, 1994
TWO short years ago Penrith was beaten by just about everybody - next year it will be the National Rugby League team everyone wants to beat.
THE push to privatise Manly has hit its first snag, with the Sea Eagles seeking additional expressions of interest from companies wishing to buy 50 per cent of the NRL club.
MANLY coach Des Hasler is considering keeping his elite players out of next month's Cougar World Sevens tournament in a bid to avoid a repeat of this year's high injury toll.
BEN MacDougall plans to sue his former National Rugby League club Manly, despite signing a one-year deal with Melbourne.
WARRIORS hooker Tevita Latu is out of hospital and recovering after being diagnosed with pulmonary tuberculosis.