Arvo wrap

JUDICIARY news on Lyon, Matai, Nutley, Webb and Lillyman; Origin news; the Roosters; Monaghan and Mason.

Auckland Rugby League Roundup

RESULTS through from an excellent weekend of Rugby League in Auckland including the Lion Red Fox Memorial, the Sharman Cup and the Phelan Shield.

Off the Wall

THE Glorious Uncertainty of State of Origin

The Three R\'s

ADRIAN Rovere takes a look at each clubs recruitment and retention policies.

Bartercard Cup - Round 5 results

HARBOUR League handed the previously unbeaten Tamaki Titans their first loss of the Bartercard Cup season on Saturday.

Tough encounter for Lions in Newcastle

WINGER Cooper Vuna's early try wasn't enough to spark the Vodafone Auckland Lions to victory in a low-scoring New South Wales Premier League encounter against Newcastle on Saturday evening.

League Unlimited picks the Origin Teams

THE wise men of League Unlimited have picked their sides for Game I of the upcoming State of Origin Series, with selectors due to release their teams on Wednesday.

Tigers torment woeful Dragons

THE Wests Tigers have won their fourth game in a row, inflicting a 27-8 loss on the St George Illawarra Dragons.

Roosters notch up second win of season 2007

THE Sydney Roosters have notched up their second win of the season, holding out a fast-finishing Gold Coast Titans outfit to win 24-18.

C Cup R5: Wakefield v Bradford preview

A preview of Sunday's Challenge Cup Round Five knock-out action, in a game televised nationally on BBC.

C Cup R5: Leeds v Wigan preview

A preview of Saturday's Challenge Cup Round Five knock-out action, in a game televised nationally on BBC.

Millennium Magic

A follow-up from last weekend

Gower injured as Panthers upset Cowboys

THE Panthers have claimed a shock 22-12 victory over the Cowboys in Townsville tonight, despite losing Craig Gower early on to an injury.

Raiders spring the upset against the Bunnies

THE Canberra Raiders have defeated the South Sydney Rabbitohs 16-10 at Telstra Stadium this evening.

Newcastle fight to the end

NEWCASTLE Knights have fought long and hard to come away with the points in front of a vocal home crowd tonight at Energy Australia Stadium to defeat the Warriors by 24-18.

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