SARL Mods Cup Semi final Results

CUP heavy weights Willunga smashed Hackham East in their semi to book a much predicted spot in the South Adelaide Rugby league Club mods Cup grand final.

Saints return to form

OFFICIAL English Super League Round 23 game report - Friday 5th August 2005. Full time: Warrington Wolves 10 St Helens 30.

Round 23 Previews

OFFICIAL English Super League Round 23 previews -Sunday games. Hull FC v London Broncos, Wakefield Trinity Wildcats v Huddersfield Giants, Bradford Bulls v Widnes Vikings and Leigh Centurions v Leeds Rhinos.

Engaging Telstra deal and Kogarah rejected by Dragons

6 August 2005

Eels end Warriors' season with victory at Ericsson

FULLTIME score: Round 22 New Zealand Warriors 20 v Parramatta Eels 38

Wests turn the tables to dash Raiders' hopes

FULLTIME score: Round 22 Canberra Raiders 14 v Wests Tigers 22

Sharks hammer Storm

FULLTIME score: Round 22 SHARKS 40 v STORM 16 Match summary: The Cronulla Sharks have come away convincing winners, defeating the Melbourne Storm 40-16 at Toyota Park tonight.

Dogs season all but over after loss to Newcastle

FULLTIME score: Round 22 Canterbury Bulldogs 13 v Newcastle Knights 28

Manly upstage Brisbane at home

FULLTIME score: Round 22 Manly Sea Eagles 21 v Brisbane Broncos 20

Panthers hold-off late charge by Roosters

FULLTIME score: Round 22 Sydney Roosters 28 v Penrith Panthers 30

Dolphins Teams

THE Dolphins find themselves in a position they don't want to be in, depending on other teams results and having to win against in form Northern Suburbs to make the semi finals. Coach Neil Wharton has decided to go with the same side that lost to Burleigh last Saturday with the exception of Adam Starr who returns from injury to take Joe Burley's spot. The full side is Justin McKay, Phil Shilvock, Damien Richters, Brian Jellick, Trent Leis, Shane Perry, Adam Starr, Caleb McEniery, Troy Lindsay (c), Ben Jones, Danny Burke, Grant Flugge Interchange Nick Walker, Matt Anderton, Nathan Sologinkin, Gavin Cooper.

Peachey to stay a Shark

DAVID Peachey has today signed a contract which will see him remain a Shark until the end of 2005. It will be his twelfth season with the club after moving to Sydney from Dubbo.

Cardiff Demons RLFC weekly review

CARDIFF Demons 14 Bridgend Blue Bulls 54

Tigers torched by dominant Dragons

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.

Panthers maul Sharks in second half demolition

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.

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