TUESDAY delivered the preliminary squads for the Grand Final, with no selection shocks ... yet.
ENDEAVOUR Sports High has stamped their authority on the 420-school Arrive Alive Cup competition, coming home strong in the second half to defeat a gallant Keebra Park High in the Grand Final by 20-10.
IN light of last weekend?s disappointments for fans of the Eels and Dragons, spare a thought for other club?s who didn?t quite get there this year.
WATCH out for revenge-seeking Cowboys is the message coach Tim Sheens is telling his Wests Tigers players ahead of the NRL grand final.
SUNDAY, 2nd October 2005 at Telstra Stadium
OUTSTANDING Wests Tigers hooker Robbie Farah has praised former Test rake Royce Simmons on making him the player he is today.
THE Welsh Rugby League have appointed former Wigan and Wales hooker Martin Hall, 36, as their new coach.
TICKETS to the opening match of the Kangaroos 2005 Gillette Tri-Nations campaign are now on sale.
BRIAN 'Bluey' McClennan is about to take on one of the toughest assignments in New Zealand sport.
FIJI A have named a relatively young squad to take on the Australian Tertiaries side this Sunday, October 2nd with the average age being just 23.
THE Fiji A Vs Australian Tertiaries game which was scheduled for Concord Oval this Sunday the 2nd of October has been moved.
LAST weekend 2 South London Storm players we awarded the most prestigious award in Rugby League in South London, the George Nepia Awards.
FORMER Australian Schoolboy five-eighth James Aubusson, who has been signed by Melbourne Storm from the Sydney Roosters as cover for Cooper Cronk, has been named in the Junior Kangaroos train-on squad.
WIDNES Vikings have announced the signing of Australian fullback David Peachey from Cronulla Sharks.
HULL?S Kangaroo winger Nathan Blacklock dashed the Super League Grand final hopes of his fellow countryman Andrew Johns of Warrington, who heads home to Australia with dreams of glory unfulfilled after going down to the Yorkshire side by 40-6.