Dour day for Dolphins and I

REDCLIFFE will walk the semi finals tight rope after capitulating to Easts 46 ? 36 in a heart wrenching Queensland Cup loss on Saturday. Trivia Quiz winner

CONGRATULATIONS to all those who had a go at last week's Trivia Quiz. Dozens of entrants were spot on with the answer of Billy Thompson, the English referee who adjudicated the first State of Origin in 1982.

English hold on for the win against the Kiwis

THE English U18 Acadamy side bult up a solid lead before beating the Junior Kiwis 22-20 in an age group rugby league international at North Harbour Stadium on Sunday.

Dublin wins through

THE 2004 RLI Conference final next Saturday will be an all Dublin affair after both Clontarf Bulls and Dublin Blues successfully negotiated their respective semi finals. At Castle Avenue, Clontarf gave Waterford Vikings a lesson in finishing, running out 44-14 winners. Despite a gallant fight from the Vikings, the Bulls were too strong on the day, Paul Mullins scoring two of Clontarf's eight tries.

Classy Canterbury too strong for Cowboys

THE Canterbury Bulldogs have scored too late tries to defeat the North Queensland Cowboys 36-16 at the Sydney Showground today.

Sharks ambush Roosters

IN an entertaining and enthralling match, the Cronulla Sharks have cause one of the biggest upsets of the year, defeating the much fancied Sydney Roosters by 26 to 12 at Aussie Stadium today.

Sharks name team to face Eels

CRONULLA Sharks coach Stuart Raper has named his side to take on the Parramatta Eels on Saturday afternoon at Toyota Park. Coach Rapers team is;

Tigers dominant on Golden Day at Leichhardt

THE Wests Tigers have renewed hopes that this year will be the year they break their finals duck with a 56-6 demolition of the South Sydney Rabbitohs in front of a ground record crowd at Leichhardt Oval this afternoon. player of the year awards, round 22

WITH 23 points overall, Cowboys? forward Paul Rauhihi still leads the field in the 2004 player awards. But with just four rounds remaining, the challenge has been thrown down with Dragons? half back Mathew Head and Bulldogs? prop Steve Price both scoring maximum points and moving into second place. They join last year?s winner, Storm half back Matt Orford on 20 points.

Broncos name team to face Bulldogs

BRISBANE will welcome back prop Shane Webcke from injury this weekend, when they take on the ladder-leading Bulldogs in front of what is expected to be a massive crowd at Suncorp Stadium.

Steve Folkes names Bulldogs side for Broncos clash

BEN Harris has been named as the centre replacement for the injured Jamaal Lolesi for the Dogs game in Brisbane this Sunday against the Broncos.

Confirmed: Dykes a Shark in 2005

CONFIRMATION today that current Parramatta half Adam Dykes will return to his former club, Cronulla, in 2005. He has signed to a deal which will see him wear the black, white and blue for three years in a major boost for the Shire team.

Roosters name team to meet the Panthers

SYDNEY Roosters coach Ricky Stuart has named his side to take on the Penrith Panthers on Friday night at Aussie Stadium.

Mellor to return to Cronulla

CURRENT Castleford back, Paul Mellor, has signed a deal which will see him return to the Cronulla Sharks in 2005. Mellor, a Shark between 1999 and 2002, originally left the Shire amid controversial circumstances amid the tenure of former coach Chris Anderson.

Sea Eagles name team for Knights clash

THE Manly Sea Eagles today named an unchanged 17 for Sunday's Brookvale

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