Dolphins up in Brutal Bayside Encounter

A CONFRONTING bayside clash has seen Redcliffe run out 38-16 winners over Wynnum, consigning coach Neil Wharton and his pre-season favourites to a daunting run towards the finals.

Round 17 charges

MANLY has been dealt a double blow by the NRL match review committee with two players facing possible suspension following their loss to Wests Tigers on Friday night.

Monday?s Expert Leagueunlimited.com Players Awards - Round 17

LEAGUE Wrap: Round 17, 1-3 July 2005 Cowboys? full back Matt Bowen still heads up the leader board but there?s plenty of movement happening in 2005 Leagueunlimited.com Player Awards. Bowen has seemingly stalled on 19 points while half back Matt Orford and full back Billy Slater have sprung into action, the Melbourne Storm stars moving up to equal second position to join Dragons utility back Ben Hornby on 17 points.

Fletcher Apologises Unreservedly for Racial Comments

SOUTH Sydney?s Bryan Fletcher has unreservedly apologised for his comments made to Parramatta?s Dean Widders during yesterday?s game at Parramatta Stadium.

Fletcher stripped of captaincy, fined over racial slur

SOUTH Sydney national rugby league captain Bryan Fletcher has been stripped of his leadership role and fined $10,000 for a racial slur against Parramatta's Dean Widders.

Rugby League Review July edition out now!

RUGBY LEAGUE REVIEW JULY 2005

Souths Logan Magpies news

THREE Souths Logan Magpies claimed representative honours over the weekend.

Kidwell receives Kiwi call up

AFTER a four-year absence from the New Zealand Test team Melbourne Storm forward David Kidwell has won back his New Zealand jersey, receiving a recall to the national side today ahead of Friday night?s Anzac Test match against Australia in Newcastle.

Civoneciva out, Price in for Aussies - Wiki cited, Vaealiki out for Kiwis

BULLDOGS captain Steven Price has been rushed into the Autralian Rugby League Test team after fellow Queensland forward Petero Civoniceva failed a fitness examination.

Phew, glad we got the ref's sorted...

FORM referee Sean Hampstead has been handed the whistle for Friday's Test Match between Australia and New Zealand to be held at EnergyAustralia Stadium in Newcastle.

Heartache for Newtown

THE South Sydney Rabbitohs snatched a dramatic 78th minute 18-16 victory over Newtown, in Saturday's hard-fought VB Premier League match played at Henson Park in front of a big local derby crowd, . It was a heart-breaking afternoon for the Sydney Airport Jets, who had battled through most of the second half with only one fit player left on the bench. To compound Newtown's woes, front-rower Monah Elahmad and five-eighth Simon Crotty have both suffered season-ending knee injuries. This was very much a game of inches, with both sides desperate to break their recent run of losses. Sydney Airport Jets winger Sioli Helu scored in the 25th minute after excellent preliminary work by Elahmad, Craig Field and Tommy Gemmell. Newtown retained this 4-0 lead until halftime.The Rabbitohs claimed a 6-4 lead early in the second half, but Newtown replied through a remarkably-determined charging try to Bill Najjarin, which was converted by Troy Barnes. Souths regained the lead five minutes later, but the masterful Craig Field dashed over after a smart scrum-base ploy to put the Jets 16-12 ahead, with twenty minutes still to play. The Rabbitohs finally cracked the exhausted Newtown defensive line with just two minutes remaining on the time-clock. Newtown's best were front-rowers James Stosic and Monah Elahmad, lock Tommy Gemmell and rampaging second-rower Billy Najjarin. Skipper Craig Field was an inspiration to his team-mates in both attack and defence. Newtown turned in a very disappointing performance in the Jim Beam Cup curtain-raiser, going down 44-16 to The Entrance. The Sydney Airport Jets have a bye in the VB Premier League this coming weekend, while Newtown plays away to Wentworthville in the Jim Beam Cup, with this Friday evening match at Ringrose Park kicking off at 7.00pm.

Results - Auckland Rugby League

RESULTS OF ALL PREMIERSHIP FOOTBALL FOR THE WEEKEND OF 16 APRIL 2004

Leagueunlimited player of the year awards, round 6

AFTER six rounds of blood, sweat and tears, the Bulldogs are standing alone on top of the NRL ladder. This is the club which has given the League more than its fair share of headaches in recent times - what with officials being sacked or resigning and players bringing the game into strife with ill-disciplined displays off the field. Meanwhile, an on-field incident has seen the Broncos penalised two competition points and with that, we see the Bulldogs delivered the number one spot on the competition ladder. The irony isn't lost on this Monday's Expert.

Not a Kiwi, not yet a Queenslander?

TEENAGE Broncos sensation Karmichael Hunt has openly denied Brisbane and newly appointed Australian Rugby League coach Wayne Bennett had any influence over his decision to turn down selection for the New Zealand Test Team.

SportOdds weekend wrap

RUGBY LEAGUE Results & Dividends: NRL Rd 6 ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Newcastle Knights 22 Roosters 32 To Win: Roosters $1.57 Line: -4.5 Roosters $1.90 Start: Pick Your Own Start Available Margin: 1-12 Roosters $3.15 Half Time/Full Time Double: Roosters/Roosters $1.95 First Scoring Play: Roosters Try $2.20 First Try Scorer: Anthony Minichello $13.00 Sharks 38, Canberra 24 To Win: Sharks $2.55 Line: +5.5 Sharks $1.90 Start: Pick Your Own Start Available Margin: 13+ Sharks $6.25 Half Time/Full Time Double: Sharks/Sharks $4.50 First Scoring Play: Sharks Try $2.90 First Try Scorer: Ryan McGoldrick $15.00 Bulldogs 24, Warriors 18 To Win: Bulldogs $1.57 Line: -4.5 Bulldogs $1.90 Start: Pick Your Own Start Available Margin: 1-12 Bulldogs $3.10 Half Time/Full Time Double: Bulldogs/Bulldogs $2.20 First Scoring Play: Bulldogs Try $2.33 First Try Scorer: Jamaal Lolesi $14.00 Penrith 18, St George Illawarra 44 To Win: St George Illawarra $2.05 Line: +1.5 St George Illawarra $1.90 Start: Pick Your Own Start Available Margin: 13+ St George Illawarra $4.35 Half Time/Full Time Double: St George Illawarra/St George Illawarra $3.15 First Scoring Play: St George Illawarra Try $2.50 First Try Scorer: Trent Barrett $17.00 Melbourne 50, South Sydney 4 To Win: Melbourne $1.20 Line: -12.5 Melbourne $1.90 Start: Pick Your Own Start Available Margin: 13+ Melbourne $1.90 Half Time/Full Time Double: Melbourne/Melbourne $1.42 First Scoring Play: Melbourne Try $1.87 First Try Scorer: Jake Webster $13.00 Manly 26, Parramatta 32 To Win: Parramatta $1.52 Line: -5.5 Parramatta $1.90 Start: Pick Your Own Start Available Margin: 1-12 Parramatta $3.10 Half Time/Full Time Double: Parramatta/Parramatta $2.15 First Scoring Play: Manly Goal $6.25 First Try Scorer: Steve Menzies $16.00 Nth QLd 12, Brisbane 19 To Win: Brisbane $1.47 Line: -6.5 Brisbane $1.90 Start: Pick Your Own Start Available Margin: 1-12 Brisbane $4.00 Half Time/Full Time Double: Brisbane/Brisbane $2.05 First Scoring Play: Brisbane Try $2.30 First Try Scorer: Brent Tate $12.00

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