NRL 2004 SEASON REVIEWS ? Brisbane Broncos

THE Broncos once again returned to the pacesetters group in 2004, but once again they fell by the wayside when the business end of the season came along.

NRL 2004 SEASON REVIEWS ? Penrith Panthers

2004 was a completely new challenge for 2003 premiers Penrith. After riding on a wave of confidence and unstoppable momentum to win last season?s Minor premiership and Grand Final, the Panthers were marked men in 2004 as each club tried to knock the premiers off.

Broncos sign Lee Hopkins

LONDON Broncos have secured the services of Parramatta?s utility forward Lee Hopkins for the new season.

Oceanic-Pacifica Rugby League Cup - Results

THE weekend just past saw an amazing display of talent take part in the Oceanic-Pacifica Rugby League Cup competition .It was a hugely successful event and promises to be even bigger and better next year.

Kangaroos pip Poms at post

AUSTRALIA broke British hearts with a last-minute try to book their place in the Tri-Nations final.

Brits ready for Kangaroos

GREAT Britain have the chance to gain revenge for last year's Ashes whitewash in their opening match of the Tri-Nations against Australia on Saturday. The Lions lost the series 3-0 after squandering winning positions in all three Tests.

Support for ANZAC concept

BOTH the New Zealand and Australian camps have come away from the Anzacs' 64-12 defeat of Cumbria supporting the concept of the combined trans-Tasman rugby league side.

All roads lead to Pittwater Rugby Park

OCTOBER 30 is the date for the Inaugural Oceanic Pacifica Rugby League Tournament to be held at Pittwater Rugby Park in what will be a fantastic day for Pacific Islands Rugby League and Rugby League in general. The winning team will take home $5000, 2nd place taking home $1500 and the player of the tournament taking home $500. Schedule for the day is as follows:

England charge into Euro final

ENGLAND scored eight tries to crush France 42-4 in Avignon on Saturday and book a place in the European Nations Cup final against Ireland next weekend. Leeds duo Mark Calderwood and Rob Burrow both scored hat-tricks with Hull wing Gareth Raynor and Salford forward Andy Coley adding further tries.

Britain to get better says Long

SCRUM-HALF Sean Long says Great Britain can only improve after yet another painful defeat by Australia.

Pete Moore to become Sheffield's third Cardiff signing

IT has been confirmed that Cardiff Demons' stand-off, Pete Moore will sign for National League Two side, Sheffield Eagles, this week. He has already agreed personal terms and becomes the third Demons player to join the South Yorkshire club with Welsh internationals, Aled James and Jon Breakingbury, already on their books. Moore, a Wales and Great Britain Student and Amateur International, has played for the Taffs Well based club since they joined the Conference in 2001, was instrumental in the Demons winning two trophies this season and was recently named in the 2004 Rugby League Conference Dream Team (Pete is pictured with his commemorative shirt for this award). Demons coach Wayne Williams commented, "It's sad to see a player like Pete leave the club but it's a good move for him and will be a great start to his professional career. Everyone at the club wishes him all the best."

Nailbiter for second Double Header at Telstra

THE Bulldogs coming off a bye, looked great in the first half in the second match of the Easter double header at Telstra Stadium, and held out a determined fight back by the Sea Eagles in the second half to narrowly defeat the Manly side by 28-26.

Dragons Crush Tigers at Easter Double Header

THE St George Illawarra Dragons have convincingly defeated Wests Tigers 39-10 in the opening match of the Easter Double Header at Telstra Stadium today.

Thriller at Penrith, ends in smiles for the Panthers

THE Penrith Panthers have defeated the Melbourne Storm this Easter Sunday in a game of two halves by 30-26 at Penrith Stadium.

Round Five: Sharks Den Survivor

ANOTHER week, another loss to Cronulla. After last night's dismal showing against the Cowboys, it's time to take aim and vote off another poor soul from Sharks Den Survivor.

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