MALTESE-AUSTRALIAN Iron woman athlete and model Candice Falzon has begun the call for beautiful women of Maltese heritage to register their interest for the Inaugural Miss Malta Knight 2005 Pageant, which will lead the fundraising proceedings in order to help Malta contest the 2005 Mediterranean Cup and host their inaugural rugby league fixture in Malta.
SKOLARS? pre-season game in Dublin with Bradford is already starting to bear fruit for the club, Oran D?Arcy guested for the side that day and has now joined the club his first run having been in Sunday?s match against Hull KR.
SOUTH London overcame a brave Essex side on Saturday to record a win in the first club trial of the season, 20 points to 18.
THE Rockhampton Leagues Club Central Queensland Comets have announced their side to play the Tweed Head Seagulls on Sunday, March 13 at Browne Park, Rockhampton in round one of the 2005 Queensland Cup.
"WHAT a statement" declared Norths General Manager Greg Florimo. What a statement indeed; the first match of the season and against a club with one of the strongest junior leagues the Parramatta Eels. A close match and a fabulous performance from the Bears entertained the crowd with impeccable and highly effective defence and courageous try combinations to win 28 to 24 at Cabramatta Sports Ground on Saturday.
THE Newtown Rugby League Football Club is proud to announce its VB Premier League team to play in the NSWRL VB Premier League?s opening competition round this weekend.
WHEN London take on Wigan this Saturday night at Griffin Park, Broncos fans, just like the players themselves, will have the chance to make themselves look a little silly.
AT last, after months of pent up anger and frustration, the opening round of the 2005 Rugby League season is upon us, bringing with it a host of exciting match-ups on offer this weekend. For those of you who assumed the foetal position due to League depravation, you may now remove your thumb and replace it with a sauced-up four n? twenty.
THE Sydney Morning Herald reported today that the St.George-Illawarra Dragons are considering the possibility of playing four NRL home games at Homebush's Telstra Stadium in 2006.
THE pre-season hype machine rolled into overdrive. We've had a better preparation. A complete pre-season. New purchases which will plug the deficiencies of seasons past. We've turned over a new leaf, we'll play more attractive football, and so on, and so forth. When it comes to generating truckloads of repetitive pre-season garble, Cronulla has it down pat.
THE Sharks Den, unofficial home of the Cronulla Sharks, has been relaunched for season 2005. It returns with a collection of great new features.
FRIDAY, 11th March 2005
THE price of last month's Bathurst fiasco just got higher for Newcastle, when talks with prospective major sponsor Gizmondo broke down yesterday.
THERE'S plenty going on out at Belmore right now.
EELS coach Brian Smith has cautioned Parramatta fans ahead of the team's opening clash with the Tigers, asking for patience while his players gel. Although he hopes the new-look squad will begin the season well, Smith expects his chargers to take some time before they hit their straps.