THE St George Illawarra Dragons Premier League sides serge toward September has hit a speed bump after going down to the Sydney Roosters 28-18 at WIN Stadium tonight.
THE Sydney Airport Jets stormed home to an eleventh-hour victory over the Balmain Tigers in yet another Henson Park thriller on Saturday. Played in front of one of the season?s biggest crowds, Newtown won this VB Premier League match by 34-26 after having trailed by 22-6 at half-time. The Jets maintained their unbeaten record in Premier League matches at Henson Park this year and also won the Trevor Ryan-Neil Pringle Shield, the trophy contested annually between the two inner-western clubs.
TOOWOOMBA will have to overcome history and deep mental scarring if it is to make this year?s Queensland Wizard Cup grand final, following a 44-22 loss to Burleigh on Saturday.
WYNNUM coach Neil Wharton says the Seagulls ?probably don?t deserve? to make this year?s finals, despite being given a chance at a minor miracle after a 28-22 win over Ipswich.
AFTER going down to the Australian Schoolboys in the first of a two test series, the Junior Kiwis were determined to turn things around for their second encounter.
WARRINGTON'S sensational recruit Andrew Johns was celebrating a new contract that will give him "the best of both worlds".
WARRINGTON Wolves look to have pulled off a major coup with the capture of former Australia captain Andrew Johns on a short-term deal.
OFFICIAL Challenge Cup Semi Finals-Saturday game: Hull FC vs St Helens. Sunday game: Leeds Rhinos vs Toulouse.
TWO players have been charged following all the action of round 21 at the weekend.
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THE rugby league community today is in mourning following the passing of St George Dragons legend and Football Club Chief Executive Robert Stone.
Manly Sea Eagles 24 v North Queensland 26
LEAGUE Wrap: Round 21, 29-31 July 2005
With just five rounds remaining, the race to decide the winner in this year?s Leagueunlimited.com Players Awards is hotting up. Cowboys? full back Matt Bowen is still in front on 22 points and Storm half back Matt Orford is looking solid on 20 points.
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CAN THE TIGER CUBS CREATE HISTORY?