'T' aiming for the top

TAWERA Nikau is convinced he can still be the Kiwis' league coach and sees "options on the horizon" in Australia as his fast-track to the position.

Storm signs Chris Walker from Sydney Roosters

MELBOURNE Storm has further strengthened their squad for the 2006 season with the signing of experienced centre Chris Walker for 12 months from the Sydney Roosters.

Wests Tigers Response To Daily Telegraph Articl

THIS mornings article on the back page of the Daily Telegraph titled ?How To Cage a Pair of Tigers? details a balance of $500,000 left over from the 2005 salary cap that will now be used to secure long term contracts with Scott Prince and Benji Marshall. Wests Tigers would like to confirm that this statement is incorrect.

2006 NRL Betting Market

NRL premiers the Wests Tigers have been listed as joint fifth favourites in early betting markets for the 2006 season.

Tri Nations fever takes hold

THIS years Gillette Tri Nations series looks to be a battle between the old and the new. We have in one corner the wily Wayne Bennett, a man who knows the game inside out. He realises his enemies strengths and weaknesses and when it comes to a game plan, there's none better than a Bennett plan.

Kearney leaves Hull and takes his two-match ban with him

FORMER New Zealand Test forward Stephen Kearney, sent off for the first time in his career in his last match for Hull, will have to serve a two-match ban if he resumes his career in Australia.

Madness headline Superleague Grand Final entertainment

LEGENDARY British pop band Madness will headline the pre-match entertainment at the Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford, Manchester (October 15 2005, ko 6pm).

Ambitious Skolars hire coach Tawhai to lead the charge

THE London Skolars have today announced that they have appointed Latham Tawhai as the clubs first team coach for 2006. Tawhai will be the first full time coach at the club and one of the few full time coaches in National League 2. The appointment followed an exhaustive interview process that saw over 20 candidates apply for the job.

Willie Mason counts his blessings

LIMITED to just nine NRL games in 2005. Still four months away from full fitness.

SportOdds team of the round - Round 15

THE weekly column here at Leagueunlimited is to highlight what we here on the site think are the best players in each round of the 2004 NRL competition. Based on the opinion received from the Leagueunlimited.com live updaters, we have put together what we think is the team of the Round 15.

Knights team named to face Sea Eagles

NEWCASTLE Knights coach Michael Hagan has named his side to take on the Sea Eagles on Sunday afternoon in Newcastle. The return of key players back from injury has boosted his side.

Raiders sign Jason Smith

FORMER Canterbury and Parramatta star Jason Smith will return to the NRL next year after signing a contract with the Canberra Raiders.

Panthers Team for Eels Game

PENRITH Panthers coach Johnny Lang has named his squad to take on the Parramatta Eels on Saturday evening at Penrith Stadium. This week sees the return of Craig Gower but unfortunately for the Panthers, Centre Ryan Girdler and 5/8 Preston Campbell are still short of a full recovery. Coach Langs team is; 1. Rhys Wesser, 2. Brett Howland, 3. Luke Lewis, 4. Paul Whatuira, 5. Luke Rooney, 6. Amos Roberts, 7. Craig Gower (c), 8. Joel Clinton, 9. Luke Priddis, 10. Martin Lang, 11. Joe Galuvao, 12. Tony Puletua, 13. Trent Waterhouse, 14. Ben Ross, 15. Frank Pritchard, 16. Shane Rodney, 17. Danny Galea

Dragons get further boost with return of Timmins

THE St.George Bank Dragons have further strengthened the line-up that beat the Tigers 50-0 last Sunday with the return of Origin 1 hero Shaun Timmins for the clash with the Rabbitohs at the SCG this Sunday.

Watmough - Leuluai back for Knights clash

IN form forwards Anthony Watmough and Kylie Leuluai return from injury and suspension for Sunday's NRL clash with Newcastle at Energy Australian Stadium in Newcastle.

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