MRLA Statement: Resignation of Mr George Tonna

THE Maltese Rugby League Association (MRLA) would like to announce that co-founding board member George Tonna announced his resignation to the MRLA Board of Directors

engage Super League XII Game 1 Review

ENGAGE Super League champions St Helens gained a hard fought victory over Huddersfield Giants in the first game of the 2007 season at Galpharm Stadium.

Wigan v Warrington (R1) preview

OFFICIAL preview of Round One Super League action, Wigan v Warrington.

St Helens v Harlequins (R1) preview

OFFICIAL preview of Round One Super League action, St Helens v Harlequins.

Super League Round One preview

A preview of this weekend's first round matches in Super League Season XII.

Howie Tamati - NZRL Convenor of Selectors

THE NZRL Board has approved the recommendation by Director Mr Tony Kemp and to confirm the appointment of Mr Howie Tamati as New Zealand Rugby League

Crusaders v Widnes definitely on

DESPITE heavy snow through Wales in the past 48 hours, tonight's Northern Rail Cup opening match will go ahead, and be the first to be played under new points rules.

Northern Rail Cup Match Previews

OFFICIAL previews for the first weekend of matches in the National Leagues Northern Rail Cup.

Northern Rail Cup Competition Preview

OFFICIAL preview of the Northern Rail Cup competition for National League clubs, kicking off this weekend with group rounds running up until the start of the League seasons at Easter.

Challenge Cup Round Two Draw

MATCHES decided for the second round of the 2007 Challenge Cup, pitting the victorious community sides against each other - and Russian club Strela Kazan.

On this week\'s Super League Show

DETAILS of this week's BBC Super League Show, broadcast across the north and available to UK users online...

The pressure of public scrutiny on League players

I have used some of the off season to look in more detail at some of the issues and challenges facing rugby league, and the NRL premiership in particular, in 2007.

Crusaders strengthen their squad

WELSH club the Celtic Crusaders have further developed their playing squad with 11 new signings in preparation for the 2007 season. Bankrolled by wealthy businessman Leighton Samuel, the Bridgend based club hope fresh playing talent will enable them to


BARRY Gommersall, perhaps the most controversial, and colourful referee of our time, has died in North Queensland aged 61.

Bears hit the paddock this weekend

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