Tri - Series and World Cup (2008) Endorsed by RLIF

A 2008 World Cup and 2004 Tri-Series involving Australia, Great Britain and New Zealand has been confirmed by the Rugby League International Federation in Sydney .

Dragons Greats and USA Tomahawks to tackle breast cancer

THE USA Tomahawks, the National Team of the American National Rugby League will take on the St.George Dragons Allstars with match proceeds to benefit:

Cougar World Sevens Photos

LEAGUEUNLIMITED were present at the Cougar World Sevens and we have an extensive gallery of digital photos that were taken at the Sevens and are avialable for you to copy for wallpaper, forum signature files and avatars.

Ireland to be included in 2008 World Cup

THE Rugby League International Federation has confirmed plans for a 2008 World Cup at the end of that year's domestic season.

Leichardt Wanderers Registration Day -Feb 8th

ON Sunday February 8th between 11am - 3pm Leichhardt Wanderers will be holding their 2004 Registration Day. On hand to say G'day to all current and future Wanderers will be three of our favourite old boys Robbie Farah, Bronson Harrison & Damien Braumann. As part of the days activities, and thanks to the generous support of our friends at XBOX & HES, you will be able to test your footy smarts against Robbie, Bronson & Damo on the new NRL Rugby League video game!

Calling All Jets Supporters - We Need Your Help In 2004

THE 2004 Rugby League season has already begun, with a packed schedule of two Sevens tournaments, several trials matches at Henson Park, plus an earlier start and longer seasons for both the NSWRL Premier League and Jim Beam Cup competitions. This is not to mention the array of fund-raising events that are so necessary to keep this club functioning. Never before have we faced a bigger workload spread over so many months. This is exactly where you, our members and supporters, come in - we really need your help this season, and the more people who can weigh in the more manageable the workload will be for everybody. There is a wide range of jobs needing to be done at home games at Henson Park, plus hard yards needing to be done to promote our home games. This club runs on volunteer labour, and it is in critically short supply. Without more helpers, the famous old royal blue jersey will most certainly be entombed behind a glass display case forever and a day. We particularly need help in the following areas: General assistance at Henson Park home games, such as helping in the canteen, gate-keeping duties; setting up the oval and packing up afterwards; cleaning up the dressing rooms (a mandatory duty as part of our lease with Marrickville Council); selling raffle tickets; plus a range of game management tasks all necessary to continue to be allowed to stage professional Rugby League matches at Henson Park. Delivering home game flyers to hotels, clubs and community centres in the Newtown, Marrickville, Stanmore, Petersham, Tempe and Earlwood catchment areas. This is a vital and effective component of our home game operations, and the more people involved the more ground we can cover. We are also calling for nominations for positions of Directors of both the Newtown Rugby League Football Club and our licensed club, the Jets Sports Club, to fill the places of Directors who have been forced to step down due to family and work commitments. If you can help in any capacity in the running of your club for 2004, please contact Terry Rowney and Annie Mustow on 95500999; Glen Dwyer on 95572104 or 0402241982; or Scott Frater on 0405674357. The pay is abysmal, but you'll have the satisfaction of playing your part in keeping this famous old club alive and functioning efficiently. Trial Match Dates For 2004:

Penrith and Bradford to aid Arthritis research on World Club Challenge Day

TRIPLE Champions Bradford Bulls have today announced that they will be joined by Penrith Panthers in a Family Open Day at Odsal Stadium as part of the build up to their forthcoming World Club Challenge Game against the NRL Champions.

London Broncos Season 2004 launch party

THE London Broncos 2004 Season Launch Party has been confirmed to take place on Monday 9th February from 7:00pm at Watermans, 40 High Street, Brentford.

Young Broncos raring to go

LONDON Broncos U18 Junior Academy is already working hard in preparation for their upcoming season, which kicks off in April.

Robbie Paul unlikely to front up for World Club Challenge

BRADFORD Bulls skipper Robbie Paul is almost certain to miss next month's World Club Challenge clash with Penrith Panthers. He is struggling to regain full fitness after breaking his arm last season and failed to get the all-clear when he visited a specialist on Wednesday.

Skolars preparing for the House of Pain

SKOLARS' friendly game against Oxford University was called-off due to the students encountering problems with their transport en-route to the game. However, this did give the club a chance to see 34 players run-out in a competitive match between the squad.

NRL Reviews Judicial Process

THE National Rugby League (NRL) today announced the review of its judicial process, appointing two new personnel to replace sacked commissioner Jim Hall.

Hodges Told to Shape Up or Ship Out

JUSTIN Hodges' manager said the Queensland centre would drop out of the National Rugby League if he failed to front up to Sydney Roosters training on Monday week.

Matt Sing to Stay in Townsville

CEO of the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys Denis Keeffe announced today at a press conference at Dairy Farmers Stadium that winger Matt Sing had re-signed with the club for the next two seasons.

Telstra Stadium Double Header Tickets on Sale

RUGBY League fans can secure the best seats at Telstra Stadium for the Opening Round Double Header on March 13 when tickets went on sale today from 9.00am.

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