NZ National Intermediate Schools / Under 15's Tournament Results

THE New Zealand Rugby League held the NZ National Intermediate Schools and National Under 15?s tournament at Hopuhopu Sports Complex from Thursday 6 through to Saturday 8 October 2005.

Lyon named 2005 Man Of Steel

ST Helens centre Jamie Lyon has become only the fourth overseas player to win the prestigious engage Super League Man of Steel award.

Senior out of Grand Final

GREAT Britain centre Keith Senior has been ruled out of the Leeds team to play Bradford in Saturday?s engage Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford.

Veteran Aussie goes out in style as Castleford roll Whitehaven

VETERAN Australian halfback Brad Davis has brought the curtain down on his career with a dominant performance to help Castleford back into English Super League.

Dragons Not in Crisis

THE St George Illawarra Dragons categorically state there is no crisis at the Club. Management is merely going about the business of planning the Club?s short-term future.

Broncos bring in new coaching team

FORMER Canberra halfback Ivan Henjak, and former State of Origin players Peter Ryan and Paul Green have scored positions on Brisbane's revamped NRL coaching roster for 2006.

David Kidwell and Jake Webster selected in Kiwi team for Kangaroos clash

MELBOURNE Storm will have three players represented in the opening Tri-Nations Series clash between New Zealand and Australia at Telstra Stadium on Saturday.

Matt King selected on a wing for Tri-Nations opener

MELBOURNE Storm star Matt King has today been named by Kangaroos coach Wayne Bennett in the starting line-up for this Saturday?s opening Tri-Nations clash against New Zealand at Telstra Stadium in Sydney.

Teams named for Tri-Nations opener at Telstra Stadium

THE Australian rugby league team to play New Zealand in Saturday night's Tri Nations opener at Telstra Stadium was named today.

Bennett tipped to pull few surprises

KANGAROOS coach Wayne Bennett is expected to pull few surprises today when he names the Australian side to take on New Zealand in Saturday's Tri-Nations series opener.

Irish Rugby League Panel Announced for 2005 European Nations Cup

BEWLEY'S Hotels new team sponsor. The Irish rugby league squad begin their final preparations for the forthcoming European Nations Cup this week with a warm up friendly match next Sunday against Cumbria at Whitehaven. This fixture will give the Irish Wolfhounds a great opportunity to reacquaint themselves with each other and with Coach Daryl Powell's game plan for the European campaign. Ireland's European Cup pool includes both Scotland and Wales. France, Georgia and Russia play in the second pool. The Irish side have been bolstered by a new primary sponsorship deal with '' and with additional support from Rugby League retailers 'forty twenty' and 'Keg Watch' social awareness programme. Irish Super League stars Barrie McDermott and Brian Carney were present at today's announcement (see photo attached) and Brian Carney stated "the Wolfhounds are delighted with this new partnership with Bewley's Hotels. Their three hotels in Dublin plus their UK hotels in Manchester, Leeds and Glasgow are an obvious base for any Irish rugby league fan." Bewley's Managing Director, Andrew Langwaller, commented that his company's support for Irish rugby league reflects RLI's growing presence in Ireland and said "we see rugby league as a sport that is making a mark in Ireland. We'd be delighted to see Irish rugby league supporters staying with us, especially when they come to watch Ireland play." Beaten finalists to England last year, the Irish Wolfhounds list 7 players from the Irish domestic RLI league in their European Cup squad. The Irish are hoping that Leeds Rhinos' stars Barrie McDermott and Francis Cummins come through next weekend's Super League Final against Bradford Bulls unscathed. Both Castleford Tigers & Dewsbury Rams also had Grand Finals yesterday so Offaly native Ged Corcoran (Dewsbury Rams) and Castleford Tigers trio Paul Handforth, Thomas Haughey and Michael Platt will also join the squad later. Powergen Cup winners Hull provide Shayne McMenemy & Paul McNicholas to the Wolfhounds. Veteran star Terry O'Connor (Widnes Vikings) and Carl De Chenu (Sheffield Eagles) from Bray are available for this years' campaign. British & Irish & Wigan star Brian Carney is unavailable as he will again feature in the upcoming Tri-Nations Series between the Great Britain & Irish Lions, Australia and New Zealand.

Woman's rugby league results & fixtures

YORK Acorn 0 Bradford Thunderbirds 60 Sheffield Hawks 12 Wakefield Panthers 96 Shaw Cross Sharks P Castleford Panthers P Warrington 0 Hillside Hawks 96 Pendle Panthers 0 Keighley Cats 50 Copeland Wildcats 0 East Hull 50

Wales Rugby League announce charity partnership

RUGBY heroes campaign to save young boy Welsh Rugby League launches lifesaving appeal

France announce strong team for Euro Cup

THE French Rugby League has announced a strong line-up for their first European Nations Cup clash against Russia on Saturday. The team of mainly French based players will be given the task of reaching the Cup final after being knocked out by England in last years tournament.

Old Boys Rugby game raises lots for charity

TRINITY & All Saints RLFC's 10th Anniversary Old Boys day on Sunday October 9th was a resounding success, raising over ?1,500 for charity.

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