FINISHING 10th in the 2006 NRL season could only leave on the lips of the management, players, and supporters, those two big words ' What if?'
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CELTIC Crusaders squad and preview for tomorrow night's clash with Brisbane Broncos, a warm-up for their World Club Challenge.
FEATHERSTONE half-back scoops first award of the season in National League Cup.
UK broadcast details for Thursday night television coverage of National League games this season.
WARRINGTON'S Adrian Morley to have plate inserted in fractured eye socket.
ROB Purdham agrees two year contract extension, keeping him in London until end of 2009.
DETAILS of this week's BBC Super League Show, broadcast across the north of England and available to UK users online...
NEW signings Michael Witt, Michael Crockett and Corey Lawrie will wear the Vodafone Warriors
EX Bears first grader and 2007 Jersey Flegg Coach Willie Leyshon will head to Kurri Kurri this Saturday hoping to reward his young players and keep their fitness levels up after completing their first trial of the season
AS defending Premiers, the Wests Tigers would have been disappointed with the 2006 season, but perhaps karma eventually caught up with them
WESTS Tigers coach Tim Sheens has named his squad to play Sydney Roosters in the inaugural Foundation Cup match at Aussie Stadium on Saturday
BENJI Marshall's return from shoulder surgery has been put on hold with the West Tigers five eighth to miss the club's opening trial match against the Sydney Roosters on Saturday night.
A public memorial for former Test and State of Origin rugby league referee Barry Gomersall will be held at Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium next week.
NRL clubs fill their jerseys with sponsors