ONCE again the Auckland weather will be spectacular this weekend with all the local competitions either at the semi-final stage or finishing.
AS you are probably aware, the United States of America have been ravaged by Hurricane Katrina - a tragedy that has been described as the worst natural disaster in United States? history. Hurricane Katrina - leaving entire cities destroyed in it?s wake - has resulted in over a hundred deaths, and almost a million people being left homeless across Louisiana and Mississippi.
LEEDS have the chance to atone for their Challenge Cup final disappointment by reclaiming top spot in Super League when they take on Wigan at the JJB Stadium.
LEEDS Rhinos confirmed one of the worst-kept secrets in the sport on Thursday when they announced the signing of Bradford captain Jamie Peacock for 2006.
WARRINGTON have crossed off Australian utility back Graham Appo to make way for the arrival of Australian legend Andrew Johns.
ST Helens have announced the signing of Bradford?s Great Britain international Leon Pryce on a three-year contract starting 2006.
North Queensland Cowboys 30 v Melbourne Storm 24
Cronulla Sharks 22 v South Sydney Rabbitohs 26
THE Dolphins Awards winners from Round 6 are
Searles Gardens Products Man of the Match
Keystar Motors Players Player
Hogs Breath Cafe Man of the Match
Leading Edge Sports Man of the Match
Old Boys Play of the Day
MELBOURNE Storm winger Matt Geyer believes he and his teammates will need to be watchful of North Queensland?s Test rejects this Saturday night, when the Storm hosts the Cowboys at Olympic Park (7.30pm).
THE Parramatta Eels have announced new measures to ensure fans get into Parramatta Stadium before the first grade game begins.
OUT-OF-SORTS back-rower Ali Lauiti'iti could be wearing a new team cap as soon as today with rugby league clubs in Australia and the U.K. clambering for his signature.
SOUTH Sydney has emerged as the leading contendor to sign dumped Warriors forward Ali Lauiti'iti.
FRIDAY 23rd April 2004
AN official press release from the NZ Warriors has stated there is no major problems in the Warriors camp.