IN a stunning upset Runaway Bay have claimed their first win of the season, and indeed since 2003, in defeating Wests 20 ? 16 at Purtell Park on Saturday. Wests were without several players who were participating in the Qld Divisonal Championships. The Seagulls last win was also against the Panthers.
ANOTHER exciting afternoon of rugby league in the City of Sails with some fairly predictable results.
OTAHUHU Ellerslie defeated the Glenora Bears, 30/22, at Trust Stadium Waitakere today.
NORTH Harbour Tigers vs Eastern Manukau Tornadoes,
TWEED HEADS SEAGULLS 34 defeat TOOWOOMBA CLYDESDALES 22
WIDNES Vikings V London Broncos
WIGAN 24 - Hull 28
BRADFORD erased the pain of their humiliating defeat to St Helens by restoring their pride with a hard-fought victory away to local rivals Huddersfield by 38-20.
LEEDS substitute Ali Lauitiiti claimed a remarkable five-try haul as the Rhinos erased the pain of their humiliating defeat to Wakefield earlier this season with a crushing 70-6 victory.
THE London Broncos made it four victories on the trot in the Engage Super League with a 24 - 10 win at the Halton Stadium over League strugglers Widnes Vikings.
GIANTS and Bulls announce squads
New Zealand Warriors 24 Melbourne Storm 16
St George Illawarra Dragons 34 North Queensland Cowboys 4
LEAGUE Wrap: Round 14, 10-12 June 2005
St George Illawarra utility back Ben Hornby looks to be charging home in this year?s Leagueunlimited.com Player Awards after scoring maximum points for consecutive weeks. He moves up to 16 points overall, just three points behind Cowboys full back Matt Bowen.
SHARKS prop Jason Stevens is facing his second suspension of the season after being charged with a dangerous throw by the National Rugby League match review committee.