THE conclusion to this season?s 25th Anniversary State of Origin series is upon us, with intrigue and drama befitting of such a grand occasion.
THE Sydney Roosters stayed in touch with the top four after a 28-16 defeat of Newcastle at EnergyAustralia Stadium on Saturday night. It was a toughly fought encounter which slightly boiled over in the second half.
TODAY the Central Queensland Comets revealed that the CEO of the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys, Denis Keeffe, has been appointed to the Comets Board.
WALES will be looking to bounce back from their crushing defeat against New Zealand when they face Scotland on Wednesday morning in the second match of their Student Rugby League World Cup campaign.
OFFICIAL English Super League Round 19 reports - Sunday games. Full time scores: Widnes 24 Warrington 25 and Wakefield 26 St Helens 38.
PARRAMATTA Eels coach Brian Smith has named his side to take on the Dragons at Parramatta Stadium on Friday night.
BULLDOGS duo Willie Mason and Reni Maitua will undergo fitness tests later this week which could clear them to make earlier than expected returns from injury.
THE Real Rabbitohs are pleased to announce its team to play the Cronulla Sutherland Sharks in Round 18 of the 2005 Telstra Premiership this Saturday, July 9, kicking off at 5:30pm at Aussie Stadium.
ON the northern side of the border, they look on him as a messiah. Andrew Johns thinks he's from another world.
DUAL-CODE international Iestyn Harris has confirmed his intention to return north to Bradford.
THE Bulldogs proved that they are going to be a major premiership threat this season by defeating the Canberra Raiders 24-20 this evening at ExpressAdvocate Stadium.
THE New Zealand Warriors have been searching the Bartercard Cup again for experienced props with go-forward as they try to resurrect their National Rugby League season.
ST George Illawarra retained boom halfback Mathew Head and teenage prop Justin Poore but the NRL club's chances of re-signing NSW forward Brent Kite appear to be fading.
THE Brisbane Broncos have held off a determined Parramatta Eels side 34-24 at Parramatta Stadium this evening. The match was played in cold conditions but the game itself was fast and open with some end to end action with plenty of points to keep the fans happy.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have won their second game in a row tonight, outlasting the Manly Sea Eagles by 34 points to 30 in a high scoring affair.