First ever Rugby League Tournament in Singapore

HISTORY was created December 4, 2004 at Singapore Polytechnic Dover, Singapore. This was the first ever Rugby League tournament to be held on Singapore soil. The tournament was played as a 9 a side tournament and was a resounding success.

Wales 6 England 36

THEIR players may all come from Super League clubs' youth sides but the 36-6 scoreline flattered England as they beat Wales in front over 300 fans in the under-16 international at Sardis Road on Good Friday. Wales recovered well from a shaky start and were desperately unlucky not to get closer to the visitors' score in the second half, having three tries disallowed in the last quarter of the game. The hosts were caught out twice in the first ten minutes with two virtually similar tries, both set-up by excellent passing moves by the English back-line and both run in by Hull's Joe Westerman in the right hand corner as he took advantage of gaping holes in the Welsh defence. Following a period of Welsh pressure, England increased their lead to 20-0. First, Castleford's David Leeke finished off another fine set of passes to ground in the corner before Leeds' Mathew Fox's 20-metre run virtually finished off the in-experience Welsh side.

Auckland Sea Lions Have The Wood On Waicoa Bay

IN sultry and often blustery conditions today at Bert Henham Park in Auckland, the local Sea Lions team beat the Waicoa Bay Stallions 38/10 in the penultimate round of the Lion Foundation NJC Foundation Cup.

Queensland Cup Round 3 Review

THE mental health of Bears supporters was the greatest concern for Burleigh coach Rick Stone after the Gold Coast club staged its third come-from-behind victory in a row.

Vikings edge out Centurians

WIDNES eased their relegation worries with a crucial 35-28 victory over fellow engage Super League strugglers Leigh at the Halton Stadium.

ESL Preview - Round 8

SAINTS V Bulls Great Britain international Lee Gilmour is looking forward to locking horns with his old club when St Helens take on Bradford Bulls in engage Super League on Monday.

Wests Tigers upset Bulldogs in Easter Sunday try-a-thon

FULLTIME score: Round 3 BULLDOGS 36 v WESTS TIGERS 37

League Wrap - round 3

LEAGUE Wrap Round 3, 25-27 March 2005

Raiders struggle home against determined Rabbitohs

FULLTIME score: Round 3 RABBITOHS 18 v RAIDERS 25

Sea Eagles top of the table after Storm upset

FULLTIME score: Round 3 SEA EAGLES 25 v STORM 18

Cowboys win in Auckland

FULLTIME score: Round 3 WARRIORS 22 v COWBOYS 32

Knights side named to travel to Townsville

NEWCASTLE Knights coach Michael Hagan has named his side to travel up to Dairy Farmers Stadium to face the in form Cowboys on Saturday night at 7.30 pm.

West Tigers side named to face the Roosters in Round 4

WESTS Tigers Head Coach, Tim Sheens has announced his squad for the Wests Tigers v Roosters Game at Aussie Stadium, kick off at 3.00pm.

Storm to honour All-Time greats

MELBOURNE Storm will honour two of rugby league's all-time greats before it battles the Brisbane Broncos at Olympic Park on Saturday, Storm chief executive Brian Waldron announced today.

Round Three: Sharks Den Survivor and PotY

IT took an inept performance from the Eels (and their 'champion team on paper') to put Cronulla back into the winner's circle this weekend. There were a few shaky moments, but ultimately some trademark brilliance from Brett Kimmorley got us home in the end.

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