More Pride In The Jersey Needed Says Bears Flegg Coach

IT was another disappointing second half for the bears Jersey Flegg team, the Bulldogs inflicting a 62-4 shellacking on the boys. Norths first 20 minutes was close to dominating but the commitment dropped away as the Bulldogs took control of the play. While Coach Gavin Catanach named Pat Allendorf, Jessie Mileto, Joel Bennett and Arnold Mano as his best he felt "Our pride was lacking. We need to have more respect in the Bears Jersey. But next week is a new match and a new chance to make amends.

King says Kennedy didn't dive in Origin

NSW winger Matt King says there is no way Ben Kennedy faked injury in last night's 32-10 State of Origin win over Queensland.

Maroons still counting toll

QUEENSLAND is still counting the injury toll from last night's State of Origin loss.

Jersey Flegg - Magpies V Sharks - Round 17

FLEGG Shine Written by Wests Football Club Tuesday, 05 July 2005 Western Suburbs Jersey Flegg side put in their best performance of the season to down the 4th placed Sharks at Henson Park on Saturday. The Magpies, coming off two losses and the bye, put their season firmly back on track with a strong all round display that will have the leading teams looking over their shoulders. The Flegg team went into this game without their in form fullback, Shannon Gallant who had been called into the premier league team. He was replaced by Don Thompson who was returning from injury.

Crocker accuses Kennedy of taking a dive

QUEENSLAND forward Michael Crocker has taken a swipe at New South Wales back-rower Ben Kennedy for taking a dive in the Blues' 32-10 series-clinching Origin win in Brisbane last night.

Heart Breaking Loss For North Sydney Against The Bulldogs

A try to Canterbury with only a few seconds left on the clock has cost the North Sydney Bears a win at the Sydney Showground. The Bulldogs scored in the 79th minute to level the scores at 30 all and with the successful conversion the Bulldogs won 32-30. Even more costly than the Bears last minute lapse in defence was a try to the Bulldogs 17 minutes earlier where the Bulldogs scored despite seemingly being pushed into touch and knocking on during the lead up.

PL - Knights V Roosters - Round 17

SHOWERS greeted the players as they ran onto EnergyAustralia Stadium for the round 17 encounter between the Newcastle Knights, running 7th and 4th placed Sydney Roosters. The Knights were severely understrength for this match as once again, their never-ending injury toll ate into their Premier League side.

Sculthorpe comeback on hold and Crunch clash for strugglers

OFFICIAL English Super League Round 20 game previews - Friday games. St Helens v Hull and Salford v Widnes.

Bradford Bulls Media Release

BRIAN Noble speaks:

Logan signs two year deal with Warriors

WIGAN today confirmed that they have strengthened their forward pack for next year by signing South Sydney prop Scott Logan on a two year contract.

Ryles, Bailey keen to tackle Eels, Anasta decision looms

NSW props Jason Ryles and Luke Bailey could be late inclusions in the St George Illawarra side for tonight's crucial NRL clash against Parramatta.

Storm's Origin stars win medals

MELBOURNE Storm Origin stars Matt King and Cameron Smith have been formally recognised by their respective teams as being amongst their best performers during the 2005 State-of-Origin Series.

Eels post thumping victory over Dragons

FULLTIME score: Round 18 Parramatta Eels 40 v St George Illawarra Dragons 14

Price on the mend

VODAFONE Warriors captain Steve Price is set to return to NRL action as early as the July 23 clash against Canberra, five games ahead of schedule. The 31-year-old said a visit to his specialist Barry Tietjens on Wednesday gave him a promising progress report on his knee ligament surgery. "He was really, really happy with my progress," Price said. "I negotiated hard with him about coming back as early as possible. "I have to see him again in two weeks with a view to hopefully being cleared to return for the game at home against the Canberra Raiders. Hopefully I won't have any problems at training from now on and everything will go well. "I'll be getting into some contact-type training and more speed running as well." Price said he had tried to kid Tietjens into letting him play against his old Bulldogs team-mates until Tietjens discovered just how soon that was - this Sunday. It has been a difficult week for the veteran. His latest knee injury kept him out of the last two matches of this year's State of Origin series including Wednesday night's decider in Brisbane. It has also prevented him lining up for his new club against his old team for the first time. Price needed medial ligament surgery after injurying his right knee trying to charge down a kick by Wests Tigers scrumhalf Scott Prince on May 29. He was originally told he would be out for up to 12 weeks, leaving him free to potentially play just once more during the regulation season (against Manly in round 25). This week's update now has him on target to return so early he could to play in the Vodafone Warriors' last six matches against Canberra, Penrith, Parramatta, Melbourne, Newcastle and Manly. It's a significant boost to the club's bid to make the top eight play-offs.

Player movements - Lolesi and Lowe plus others

NEW Zealand international Jamaal Lolesi has signed a two-year deal with Wests Tigers, who will boast five Kiwi squad members in their 2006 NRL line-up.

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