FORMER Queensland and Australian skipper Mal Meninga and former NSW and Australian fullback Gary Jack are just two league champions who will take part in the International Legends of League match to be played on October 29 in Toowoomba, Queensland.
QUEENSLAND'S Keebra Park State High has progressed to the national final of the 2005 Arrive Alive Cup after beating Farrer Memorial Agricultural High 22-0 at Telstra Stadium.
THE Newtown RLFC VB Premier League team for this Saturday?s elimination semi-final against St.George-Illawarra at Aussie Stadium is:
NZ Warriors winger Francis Meli has ruled himself out of the rugby league tri-series which starts next month.
NEW Zealand international forward Ali Lauitiiti has agreed a two-year extension to his current contract with Leeds Rhinos which will see him stay at Headingley until at least the end of the 2008 season.
ST Helens coach Daniel Anderson says Wigan hooker Terry Newton should have been banned for more than 10 games.
FORMER New Zealand coach Frank Endacott will be in charge of Widnes for the last time at London on Sunday, he has confirmed.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have today outlined details of their arrangements with the Wollongong Sportsground Trust for 2006 and expressed their desire for a continued long-term presence in the region.
SYDNEY City Roosters halfback Brett Finch is not looking for a move after a disappointing season in the NRL according to his manager, Steve Gillis.
SUPPORT for recovering Melbourne prop Robbie Kearns has come from an unlikely source -"rival" front-rower Jason Stevens.
BENJI Marshall has played 2nd fiddle to the genius of Darren Lockyer twice this year, but Wests Tigers skipper Scott Prince doesn't believe the Kiwi youngster will be overawed facing the Broncos five-eighth in Sunday's NRL semifinal.
KOGARAH'S OKI Jubilee Stadium will host only five out of twelve St.George-Illawarra home games in 2006 following a joint announcement between the Wollongong Sportsground Trust and the Dragons regarding a new lease agreement at WIN Stadium.
WESTS Tigers coach Tim Sheens expects his side's defensive effort in Sunday's National Rugby League semi-final against the Broncos to be at least the equal of their performance last weekend.
FORMER Balmain greats Wayne Pearce and Ben Elias are backing the Wests Tigers' inexperienced forwards to get the better of Brisbane's ageing warriors.