JERSEY FLEGG ?V- BALMAIN TIGERS
ROUND 15 17 JUNE 2005.
NSW prop Luke Bailey is expected to be fit for the Origin series decider in Brisbane on July 6 despite not playing yesterday with St George Illawarra in the 28-10 win over South Sydney.
THE impressive mid-season resurgence of the Sydney Roosters' Jersey Flegg side came to an end tonight after a disappointing 18-4 loss to Cronulla.
PREMIER LEAGUE ?V- BALMAIN TIGERS.
ROUND 15 ? 17 JUNE 2005.
THE St George Illawarra Premier League side has clawed back from an 18 point half time deficit to claim their second draw of the season, 28 all, against Souths Juniors at the SCG today.
THE Sydney Roosters? weekend has gone from bad to worse after the club?s Premier League outfit went down 25-18 to Newtown in an absorbing clash at Henson Park this afternoon.
TOOWOOMBA CLYDESDALES 48 defeat CENTRAL COMETS 16
NORTH QLD YOUNG GUNS 14 defeat BURLEIGH BEARS 10
IPSWICH JETS 30 defeat EASTS TIGERS 24
REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS 42 defeat SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 10
NORTHS DEVILS 25 defeat TWEED HEADS SEAGULLS 22
ALL five players charged by the NRL judiciary have accepted early guilty pleas, with Brisbane to contest Neville Costigan's carry-over points in attempt to reduce his suspension.
IN a crushing blow to the Sharks, utility Greg Bird will miss the rest of the season with ligament damage to his foot. Scans yesterday confirmed that Bird had stripped the ligaments off the bone in Friday night's hard fought 16-10 win over the Sydney Roosters.
CRONULLA utility Greg Bird will learn if his NRL season is over today. He has been cleared of a broken foot but will visit a specialist to learn the full extent of ligament damage.
MELBOURNE Storm forward David Kidwell will decide today whether to fight a grapple tackle charge, facing a one-match ban for head-neck contact on Penrith prop Joel Clinton. He can escape suspension with an early guilty plea and so can Penrith utility back Brett Howland for a grade one dangerous throw.