MONDAY, 30 May 2005
JERSEY Flegg Cup
ONE-TIME Warrior, Shaun Metcalf, and two of his friends who conspired with him to viciously attack his pregnant former girlfriend have been given a "last chance" of rehabilitation by returning to rugby league.
A stumbling start, a magnificent streak, first half horror stories and a piece of Matthew Head brilliance. Once again we are at the half way mark of another intriguing story regarding the enigma that is the St George Illawarra Dragons.
Results: Burleigh 26 d Easts 14, Ipswich 22 d Central 20, Redcliffe 35 d Toowoomba 22, Souths Logan 22 d Norths 20, Tweed Heads 36 d Wynnum 10. North Queensland bye.
IN one of the most enthralling matches played at Henson Park since Newtown entered the NSWRL VB Premier League (formerly known as the First Division), the Sydney Airport Jets defeated competition leaders Parramatta by 22-16 on Saturday, after leading by 6-4 at half-time.
REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS 35 defeat TOOWOOMBA CLYDESDALES 22
NEWCASTLE Knights coach Michael Hagan has named his squad to take on the Brisbane Broncos at EnergyAustralia Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Coach Hagans team is;
WESTS Tigers Head Coach, Tim Sheens has announced his squad for the
Wests Tigers v Storm Game at Leichhardt Oval,
kick off at 2.30pm.
CRONULLA Sutherland Sharks head coach Stuart Raper has named his side to travel up to Townsville to take on the Cowboys on Saturday evening
THE Manly Sea Eagles today named a strong side to take on the Sydney Roosters in a vital Friday night clash at Aussie Stadium.
PARRAMATTA forward Fuifui Moimoi will serve a six-match NRL suspension after pleading guilty to a high tackle on Cronulla prop Hutch Maiava.
SYDNEY Roosters halfback Brett Finch is expected to be fit for Friday night's NRL clash against Manly at Aussie Stadium despite suffering back spasms during his side's 30-16 victory over Canberra on Saturday night.
DRAGONS half-back Mathew Head will return from injury to give the Dragons a near full-strength line-up for their clash with the Warriors at WIN Stadium this Saturday night.
IF the win-less Newcastle Knights did not already have enough worries on their plate then they were dished up another one today after competition leaders the Brisbane Broncos named a full-strength side for this weekend's NRL clash.