Wigan sign three year deal with KooGa

WIGAN extend their deal with kit supplier and announce release of next season's training wear.

Samoa triumph in Pacific battle

SAMOA have opened their 2008 World Cup campaign with a hard-fought 20-12 win over Tonga in front of 12,000 fans at CUA Stadium in Penrith tonight.

World Cup Weekend Teams - Week 2

A quick look at the team line-ups for this weekend's matches in the Rugby League World Cup Finals: Samoa v Tonga, Fiji v France, New Zealand v Papua New Guinea, and Australia v England.

Year in Review - Sydney Roosters

LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM'S Vlado Mazevski looks at the Roosters' 2008 NRL season.

Wigan first opponent at Leigh's new stadium

WIGAN Warriors to play pre-season match to mark the opening of Leigh Centurions new Sports Village stadium.

Steelers unanimously approve $2.6mil bailout

STEELERS Club members have voted in favour of a $2.6 million property sell off to clear debts to joint venture partners St George Leagues Club.

Year in Review

LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM'S Paul Zines looks at the 2008 NRL season, club-by-club. More season reviews for other NRL clubs to follow in the days ahead.

Dragons back at Kogarah, without OKI

THE St George Illawarra Dragons have announced their home game split for the 2009 NRL season, with a return to their traditional heartlands at Kogarah Jubilee Oval.

Irish desperate for another chance

IRISH prop Ryan Tandy laments lost chance but hopes the Wolfhounds can progress to the semi-final play-off.

Malta Rugby League statement re Jarrod Sammut

MALTA Rugby League President clears the air about Jarrod Sammut's reported off-season involvement with rugby union.

Pelo keen for World Cup action

FRANCE flyer Dimitri Pelo is getting set to make his World Cup debut on Saturday afternoon at WIN Stadium, after the Les Catalans winger was included in the starting side to take on Fiji.

Inu, Luke and Fa'alogo called in for Kiwis next match

PIRTEK Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney has recalled Krisnan Inu, Issac Luke and David Fa

Tonga scrape past Ireland

TONGA have held out a very brave Irish effort to record a 22-20 victory in the opening Pool C match of the 2008 Rugby League World Cup.

World Cup Monday: Tonga v Ireland

A quick look at Monday night's opening Pool 3 match between Tonga and Ireland.

Classy Kangaroos crush clunky Kiwis

AUSTRALIA have well and truly justified their World Cup favouritism with an opening 30-6 win over New Zealand in front of a very healthy crowd at the Sydney Football Stadium tonight.

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