IF you don't like Anthony Mundine, take a moment to forget about what he says and look closely at what he does.
AS Souths fans grapple with the surprise substitute of ?Glory Glory? with Russell Crowe?s version of ?The Real Thing? as the run-on song, we should very well question the merits of Rock? threatening invasion into the core of Rugby League. It?s gone way too far.
DAMAGING Kiwi forward Sione Faumuina has succumbed to a knee injury and has subsequently been ruled out of Friday night's Anzac Test match against Australia at Suncorp Stadium.
TUESDAY 19 April 2005 ? Auckland, New Zealand
THE Broncos diminished representation count for this week?s Anzac Test against New Zealand will provide Brisbane with a feather in their cap for Saturday night?s clash with Cronulla, the club?s care-taker coach Kevin Walters said today.
THE Canberra Raiders have named skipper Simon Woolford in their team for Sunday?s match against the Melbourne Storm at Canberra Stadium, pending tomorrow night?s judiciary hearing.
JUNIOR Kangaroo Ben Creagh will start in the Second Row for the Dragons in an otherwise unchanged starting line-up for the annual ANZAC Day clash with the Roosters at Aussie Stadium on Monday.
THE Real Rabbitohs are pleased to announce its team to play the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles in Round 7 of the 2005 Telstra Premiership this Sunday, April 24, kicking off at 3pm at Brookvale Oval.
PROP forward Michael Vella has been named as part of a five man interchange bench for the Parramatta Eels in Saturday's Round 7 NRL match against the Wests Tigers at Parramatta Stadium.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have named an unchanged 17 for Sunday's Brookvale Oval showdown with South Sydney.
NEWCASTLE maestro Andrew Johns has signalled his intention for an early return and hopes to be back at Knights training by Friday. He had a steel plate inserted in his broken jaw on Sunday night with doctors declaring the operation a success.
THERE has not been a bad game between the Dragons & the Roosters for many a year & with both sides desperate for a win on Monday, things should not be any different.
PENRITH Panthers coach Johnny Lang has named a very strong team to take on the high flying North Queensland Cowboys at Penrith Stadium on Saturday evening.
NEWCASTLE have received a boost ahead of this week's game against Canterbury with news that former NSW Super 12 winger Milton Thaiday has joined the last placed outfit for the rest of the season.
SATURDAY, 23rd April 2005