SIBI Raika (pictured) had every reason to feel dizzy.
THE Sydney Airport Jets would like to invite you to their Foundation Rugby League Club Golf Day on Wednesday, 9th November 2005 at the Marrickville Golf Club. These golf days form a major part of our fund raising events for 2005. Funds raised from these days go to sponsor our VB Premier League team, our Jim Beam Cup team, and our 20 junior teams. Your support on these days will help us finance and promote the oldest club in Rugby League and to provide talented young footballers the opportunity to progress through the Newtown ranks and to reach their full potential.Sponsorships of the day?s events are available by way of the following:Sponsorship of a Hole and team - $1000 (includes signage on hole);Sponsorship of an individual hole - $600 per hole (includes signage on hole);Sponsorship of a team of four players - $400 per team;Individuals paying to play and being allocated to a team - $110 per person.Your sponsorship and/or payment of a team or individual entry will entitle you to green fees, pull-along buggy, drinks on course, breakfast and lunch. We will have challenges on selected holes to add to the entertainment and sportsmanship of the day! There will also be raffles, auctions and prizes for the winning teams.If you would like to be part of this event, please fill in the attached registration formand fax it by 2nd November 2005 to the Newtown RLFC at 9550 0244.Alternatively you can post it to: Newtown RLFC, 40 George St, Leichhardt NSW 2040.We look forward to seeing you all out on the green!
SHAW Cross Sharks 0 Bradford Thunderbirds 64
Warrington 4 Wakefield Panthers 50
Pendle 0 Castleford Panthers 50
Hillside Hawks 120 v Copeland Wildcats 0
Keighley 36 York Acorn 20
Sheffield Hawks P East Hull P Waterlogged Pitch
ENGAGE Super League Champions Bradford Bulls have today that former Leeds Rhinos winger Marcus Bai will join the club for the 2006 season.
WARRIORS CEO Wayne Scurrah has announced skills coach Kevin Campion will leave the club at the end of the year.
LESLEY Vainikolo is out of the Kiwis squad for the Gillette Tri-Nations series.
THE bond shared by the Kiwis will get them through their third rugby league test in as many countries in the space of a fortnight, says skipper Ruben Wiki.
THE conditions ahead of kickoff were cold and wet underfoot, and both sides took their time settling into the game. No doubt the constant drizzle accentuated the calamity of errors which averaged one per minute in the opening five minutes.
After the nerves had settled the game got under way and both sides employed similar tactics, opting to test the midfield defence with bruising runs. Within 6 minutes Ireland were camped on Scotland?s 5metre line and Barrie McDermott almost set up Simon Finnegan but Finnegan couldn?t collect the offload.
ANDREW Johns is in doubt for the final leg of Australia's Tri-Nations campaign due to complications with his right knee.
GREAT Britain vice-captain Brian Carney fervently believes that the Lions have it in them to go one better than last year and win the Tri-Nations series.
THE Maltese public has been treated to a professional display of rugby league in all facets of the game at Marsa Stadium this afternoon where the home side, the Malta Knights defeated England Lionhearts by 36 points to 6.
SOME good news for the Kiwis is that veteran scrum-half Stacey Jones looks set to line up against Great Britain at Loftus Road after all.
COACH Brian Noble says he has a fully-fit squad of 24 players to select from for Saturday's clash against New Zealand, with Leeds centre Keith Senior shaking off the ankle injury which prevented him from playing in the Super League Grand Final nine days ago and captain Jamie Peacock recovering from a worrying groin injury.
BRADFORD Bulls' blockbusting winger Lesley Vainikolo has been ruled out of New Zealand?s Gillette Tri-Nations plans.
ANDREW Johns has succumbed to a knee injury forcing his withdrawal from the Tri-Nations tour of Great Britain, the Australian Rugby League announced late today.