THE Sydney Roosters? Jersey Flegg outfit has gone down narrowly 18-16 to the Balmain Tigers at Aussie Stadium this afternoon.
CHECK your calculators at the front gate. That?s the message from Redcliffe coach Anthony Griffin after the Dolphins consolidated fourth place with a 42-16 win over Ipswich.
STUDENT WORLD CUP
Final: New Zealand 17 d Australia 8.
NORTHS DEVILS 42 defeat TOOWOOMBA CLYDESDALES 22
NORTH QUEENSLAND YOUNG GUNS 34 defeat WYNNUM SEAGULLS 12
THE Sydney Airport Jets defeated the Newcastle Knights by 36-8 in the VB Premier League match played at Toyota Park on Saturday evening. Newtown had led by 30-0 at the half-time break but could not maintain their points-scoring momentum in the second half.
THE St George Illawarra Premier League side has shown they?ll be a force to be reckoned with come September with an emphatic 36-24 win over the Manly Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval this afternoon.
MINERS CRY OFF WHILE ABERAVON SECURE SECOND SPOT
A large crowd gathered at the Auckland International Airport yesterday afternoon (Sunday 17 July) to see the Junior Kiwis set off for Sydney, Australia and the team obliged the support with a fantastic and heartfelt haka.
IRELAND 10 Wales 18 (Rugby League, Amateur Four Nations Championship)
IT was only the sinbinning of Ireland?s Matt Clarke that gave Scotland an extra man and the winning try in a well-matched encounter in Brisbane.
SUPERB defence and a willing attitude to not back down except at the very start and at the very end resulted in the New Zealand Universities side beating Australia 17-8 to win the Student Rugby League Cup final at Langlands Park in Brisbane on Saturday afternoon.
RESULTS in from yesterday's 2 games in New Zealand's Bartercard Cup competition result in a new leader with last year's champions Mt Albert Lions defeating the former leaders, North Harbour Tigers to head the table.
PROPS Shane Webcke and Mark O'Meley have been used as examples of how the NRL judiciary system is working after being charged by the match review committee today.
LEAGUE Wrap: Round 19, 15-17 July 2005
The pressure is on Matt Bowen to retain his number one spot in this year?s Leagueunlimited.com Players Awards. The Cowboys fullback is still in front on 19 points, but Broncos? five eighth Darren Lockyer has thrown down the gauntlet and is now only one point behind on 18 points.