THIS Saturday the Mighty North Sydney Bears head west to Campbelltown Stadium to take on fellow foundation club Western Suburbs. The Magpies have now lost 6 on the trot while the Bears have won 3 at home and achieved a narrow loss against the fifth placed Bulldogs.
THE New Zealand Rugby League conducted their High Performance Camp at Kings College, Otahuhu over the last 4 days which included the top 30 boys in both the Under 16?s and the Under 18?s age groups and 5 elite ladies players.
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WESTS Tigers forward Bryce Gibbs has been charged with assault and taxi fare evasion following an incident in Campbelltown last night.
SOUTH Sydney has furthered its recruitment drive for 2006 by signing Cronulla utility Nathan Merritt and Penrith's Ben Rogers to three-year deals.
THE Gold Coast is close to signing its fourth player, with officials from the NRL club hopeful of making a player announcement today.
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MELBOURNE captain Robbie Kearns says he will consider joining Cronulla or the Wests Tigers if he can't seal a one-year NRL deal with the Storm.
THIS Saturday (16th 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.
CANBERRA will find out next week whether they'll be granted leave to appeal Simon Woolford's eight-match suspension for a grade two dangerous throw.
WITH all the upset action from last round and player movements during the week, League fans and punters around the globe have maintained the enthusiasm throughout. Conversation around the water cooler has been dominated by who?s going where, Trent?s tickle on PJ, the abomination at Penrith Park and the Tiger?s chances of finally making the Top 8.
CANBERRA captain Simon Woolford will miss the rest of the NRL regular season after tonight being banned for eight weeks for a dangerous throw in last week's loss to the Melbourne Storm.
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IPSWICH hosts its last State League fixture of the season this week and there is little doubt Trevor Gillmeister?s men would love to claim another big scalp on home soil.
THE Dolphins Colts and A Grade sides enjoyed victory last weekend over Tugun at Dolphin Oval while the Premier went down in a hard fought battle against the North Queensland Young Guns in the Wizard Cup.