THE Manly Sea Eagles have defeated the Canberra Raiders 36-22 today at Brookvale Oval today.
WALES have named an 18 man squad to travel to Scotland for their Parkhouse Recruitment Rugby League Conference International this Saturday at Hamilton RFC (kick-off 2.30pm). Wales have won this trophy for the past two years and a win over Scotland will give them a great chance of obtaining a hat-trick.
WIGAN prop Danny Sculthorpe could be out of action for upto three months with a shoulder injury.
DRAGONS winger Nathan Blacklock has become the second player this week to be dumped to Premier League for missing a training session.
BRISBANE Broncos forward Tonie Carroll was last night ynsuccessful in securing a spot in the deciding State of Origin match on Wednesday by the NRL judiciary.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs has today announced the signing of front row forward Scott Logan from English Club Hull for the remainder of 2004 and the 2005 season.
AFTER finding himself in the shadow of Storm and Queensland sensation Billy Slater, Melbourne fullback Steve Turner is ready to take his chance against his former club Penrith, when the Storm hosts the Panthers at Olympic Park tomorrow night.
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THE Newtown RLFC, Australia?s first Rugby League football club and proud to be sponsored by Sydney Airport, is 96 years old on Thursday, January 8, 2004.
A new face on the 2004 Wigan Rugby League squad photograph of 2004 is young forward Bob Beswick.
SAMOA internationals Maurie Fa'asavalu and Dom Feaunati have switched codes to league by signing for Super League side St Helens.
The Pacific Islanders' arrival was hailed as a huge boost for the 13-man game.
THE Papua New Guinea Rugby Football League (PNGRFL) has announced its 10-man squad for the 2004 Rugby League World Sevens. The squad is as follows:
ST George-Illawarra five-eighth and captain Trent Barrett has put pen to paper with the club until the end of 2008, diffusing speculation about his future and allowing him to focus on the up-coming 2004 NRL Season.
THE National Rugby League on Tuesday released a statement warning it was "losing patience" with the ongoing collective bargaining agreement (CBA) negotiations with the players union.
BRADFORD Bulls skipper Robbie Paul is almost certain to miss the World Club Challenge against Penrith Panthers on 13 February.
The New Zealander's injured arm has not responded to the bone-graft operation he underwent before Christmas.