THE Warriors went back to being ?Worriers? in 2004 as they stumbled their way through internal rifts, sackings, resignations and several humiliating defeats.
THE Dragons will be chasing their second Premier League premiership in four years when they face the Roosters in this Sunday?s grand final with a starting line-up including 10 players with 2004 NRL experience.
THE UK?s most successful Rugby club, Bradford Bulls, have announced that Prop Forward Rob Parker has signed a new two year contract at Odsal.
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THE Kiwi selectors are waiting on a decision from Australian born five-eighth, Jonathan Thurston, over his representative league future.
THE Malta Knights began their rugby league emergence with an impressive 78-0 defeat of the British Defence Forces at Melita Stadium in Sydney?s west on Saturday night.
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AFTER the two NRL preliminary final matches over the weekend, more players were eligible for the Kiwi squad.
MONDAY, September 27th, 2004
SYDNEY City Roosters coach Ricky Stuart has tempted providence and named judiciary bound lock, Luke Ricketson in his starting 13 for the Roosters 3rd consecutive NRL Grand Final at Telstra Stadium on Sunday evening.
Also included in the line up is Chris Flannery who has been reported to be undergoing surgery for a testicle ruptured in last weekends preliminary final against the Cowboys.
MITSUBISHI Electric Bulldogs coach, Steve Folkes has named a 19 man squad for this Sunday's Premiership decider against the Sydney Roosters. With Captain Steve Price battling a knee injury the Bulldogs coaching staff have opted to add both Johnathan Thurston and Jamie Feeney to the 17 man team that defeated Penrith last Saturday.
ROOSTERS lock Luke Ricketson has entered an early guilty plea on his striking charge from the NRL judiciary. The club will however contest the grading of the charge.
THE Warriors are on the verge of releasing another player.
SYDNEY Roosters coach Ricky Stuart questioned the grading of a striking charge laid on Luke Ricketson today as the club prepared to take on the NRL judiciary.
ALTHOUGH he has the most to gain from Steve Price's injury, Dennis Scott has his fingers crossed the Bulldogs captain will be fit to play in Sunday's NRL grand final.