ROUND 14 of the NZRL Bartercard Cup and after this writer had the Top 4 set in stone last week, the North Harbour Tigers are beginning to look a little shaky, following their loss to the Hibiscus Coast Raiders last week. Other results went according to plan but some were a lot closer than predicted.
TOUGH as nails,hard as rocks,that?s BevanBleakley
BURLEIGH v NORTHS
Pizzey Park, Saturday 2pm, August 6.
ALSO in this weeks Bulls Eye, coach Brian Noble and captain Jamie Peacock look ahead to Sunday's Super League Round 23 game at Odsal when Widnes Vikings return to Bradford to face the Bulls for the second time in six rounds, looking to make it five points from six this season
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VOLCANO READY TO ERUPT AFTER LENGTHY ABSENCE
OFFICIAL English Super League Round 23 previews -Friday games. Warrington Wolves v St Helens and Wigan Warriors v Salford City Reds
WIGAN Warriors have received another huge injury blow with the news that Captain and Great Britain full back Kris Radlinski will miss the rest of the season.
DRAGONS representative Prop Luke Bailey has officially agreed to terms with the Dragons for the 2006 season having made the decision to be a part of the new NRL license on the Gold Coast from 2007.
Canterbury Bulldogs 13 v Newcastle Knights 28
North Queensland Cowboys 16 vs Saint George-Illawarra Dragons 36
THE Sydney Roosters are proud to announce a merger with one of rugby league?s most famous clubs ? the Newtown Jets ? which will see the Jets assume the role of the Sydney Roosters? Premier League side next year.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons having been required by the NRL to respond to a detailed list of requirements for hosting a home semi-final have today nominated WIN Stadium, Wollongong.
CARDIFF Demons 14 Bridgend Blue Bulls 54
THE Dragons have just notched up one of the most dominant and controlled performances of the year defeating the West Tigers 50 zip at Oki Jubilee Stadium this afternoon.
THE Penrith Panthers overcame a sluggish first half to record an impressive victory over the Sharks on Sunday afternoon, putting the Cronulla side to the sword by 32-12.
A small but vocal Ericsson crowd were treated to 'heart in your mouth' football as the Cowboys were victors over the Warriors two minutes into extra time with Joel Hannay kicking a penalty goal right in front of the sticks to win the game for his side by 28-26.