THE Colts kicked off last weekends matches against Ipswich at QLD Group Oval with a solid 34-24 victory. With the Jets defeating competition front runners Burleigh in their last home fixture the game was never going to be an easy hit out and after getting out to an early lead the Dolphins were placed under some considerable pressure by the under rated Ipswich out fit.
PHYSIOTHERAPIST Steve Falconer is back with his beloved Dolphins.
Club physiotherapist in the halcyon 1990s through to 1999, Steve gave up looking after the Redcliffe senior grades in 2000.
TWEED Heads will fight charges against two of its players, heading into what may well be the club?s most important game of the season.
LONDON Broncos are expected to change their home ground for the 2006 season, in a partnership deal with Rugby Union club Harlequins to be announced on Tuesday.
OFFICIAL English Super League Round 22 previews -Friday games. Salford v Bradford, Wigan v Wakefield and Leigh v St Helens.
LEEDS have won the first stage of their high court case claiming that Iestyn Harris was in breach of contract when he joined Bradford Bulls last summer.
BRONCOS welcome new owner to London
London Broncos have today welcomed a sizeable investment and new club chairman.
IN Bulls Eye this week, coach Brian Noble and winger Stuart Reardon look ahead to Friday's engage Super League Round 22 game at The Willows when the Bulls face Salford City Reds in the first of the loop fixtures.
ESL newcomers Les Catalans are poised to become European heavyweights as their playing roster for next year continues to grow. With the experienced league mind David Waite serving as director of football, Catalan has signed four NRL quality players and has been rumoured to be courting three others. Whilst Catalan administrators have stated that they only intend to include 8 foreign players on their 2006 roster, it is obvious that they are willing to spend up big in order to ensure these imports are of the highest quality.
"THERE are some defeats more triumphant than victories."
---Michel de Montaigne
BACKROWER Daniel Abraham has agreed to terms with NRL club Newcastle for another two seasons.
THIS Saturday (23rd July) 2SER FM?s ?A View from the Hill? will be taking calls from listeners on whatever you would like to talk about in Rugby League.
THE comp is an absolute pineapple at the moment. Just when you think you?ve got things figured out a crazed posse of Mongols ride into town and rearrange your saloon. This situation was typified by the plight of the Dragons on Sunday afternoon. A loss would have seen them reeling in 11th position but their big victory over the Sea Eagles propelled them into 6th.
MANLY is expected to today officially announce the worst kept and most dragged out signing in recent history, with Melbourne halfback Matt Orford agreeing to terms with the club on a four-year deal, ending weeks of speculation over his NRL future.
Canterbury Bulldogs 29 vs Brisbane Broncos 22