Rabbitohs come from behind to outsmart Sydney Airport Jets

IN a high-scoring match in which a total of fourteen tries were scored, South Sydney defeated Newtown by 45-36 in the VB Premier League fixture played at Aussie Stadium on Saturday.

Australia crush Wales, NZ crush Scotland at Student World Cup competition

AUSTRALIA cruised through to the semi-finals of the Student Rugby League World Cup after beating Wales 74-6 on Sunday in Brisbane.

Yong Guns Show Heart

TECHNICALLY it wasn?t all that pretty. But in terms of courage, degree of difficulty and timing there was little choice but to award full points.

QUEENSLAND STATEWIDE SCORE WRAP - 11/7/05

STATE OF ORIGIN III Result: New South Wales 32 d Queensland 10.

Match reports from Wales

THIS weekends Welsh Conference Rugby League matches started early with the Bridgend Blue Bulls demolishing an understrength Newport Titans 70-20 at The Brewery Field.

England top Group B in the Student World Cup

ENGLAND 30 Pacific Islands 24

Salford stun Widnes

OFFICIAL English Super League Round 20 game report - Friday 8 July 2005. Full time: Salford 34 Widnes 16.

Wildcats boost survival hopes

OFFICIAL English Super League ROund 20 game report - Sunday 10 July 2005. Full time: Wakefield 44 Bradford 34.

Thorman keeps Giants in touch

OFFICIAL English Super League Round 20 game report - Sunday 10 July 2005. Full time: Huddersfield 32 Leigh 20.

Wigan produce storming fightback

OFFICIAL English Super League Round 20 game report - Saturday 9 July 2005. Full time: Wigan 36 Warrington 17.

Broncos hit back to stun Rhinos

OFFICIAL English Super League Round 20 game report - Saturday 9 July 2005. Full time: London 32 Leeds 24.

Player movements - Harrison

SOUTHS captain Ashley Harrison has signed a three-year N-R-L deal with the Sydney Roosters.

Round 18 charges

TRENT Barrett and PJ Marsh have been both charged by the NRL match review committee following a controversial incident at Parramatta Stadium on Friday night.

Monday?s Expert Leagueunlimited.com Players Awards - Round 18

LEAGUE Wrap: Round 18, 8-10 July 2005 Back rowers Nathan Hindmarsh (Eels) and Ben Kennedy (Sea Eagles), and half back Stacey Jones (Warriors) are the big movers in this week?s Leagueunlimited.com Player Awards. All three players have made an impression and are within striking distance of the competition front runners.

Sea Eagles team named for Dragons game

MICHAEL Witt,Chad Randall,Terry Hill and Luke Williamson have all been rushed back into the Sea Eagles side to play St.George Illawarra at Brookvale Oval on Sunday.

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