Scottwood Trust New Zealand National Rugby League 7's

THE NZRL would like to take this opportunity to remind everyone that just like our Rugby Union counterparts in Wellington, there is some fantastic Rugby League action happening here in Auckland this weekend with the Scottwood Trust NZ National Rugby League 7's.

Rhinos v Bulldogs - Preview

ESL champions Leeds Rhinos face Australian champions Canterbury Bulldogs in the Carnegie World Club Challenge on Saturday at Elland Road.

Rea holds all bar five back from Capital Challenge

THE Metro Capital Challenge between London?s two professional clubs - the National Two Skolars and Super League?s Broncos - is attracting plenty of interest in the south.

Knights into SG Ball Grand Final

KNIGHTLY News ? 14/5/2004

Venues for Sydney Airport Jets are on the Central Coast

THIS weekend's match details: NSWRL VB Premier League Newtown plays South Sydney Saturday, 15 May Express Advocate Stadium, Gosford Kick-Off: 5.30pm This match is the main curtain-raiser to the South Sydney-North Queensland NRL match. NSWRL Jim Beam Cup Newtown plays Woy Woy Saturday, 15 May Woy Woy Oval Kick-Off: 5.30pm In other news:

NZ Bartercard Cup - Round 4 (split round)

THE second half of the split round, Round 4, of New Zealand's Bartercard Cup competition kicks off on Saturday afternoon while the six teams from last week sit on the sidelines. Already in Round 4 we've seen the leaders of the competition, Marist Richmond Brothers lose to the North Harbour Tigers, last year's champions Canterbury Bulls lose narrowly to Otahuhu Ellerslie, and Mt Alberts Lions fight their way back into form downing the previously undefeated Counties Manakau Jets side.

Wigan Sentimental Favourites in Challenge Cup Final

AFTER winning eight consecutive English Challenge Cups between 1988-95, Wigan is rarely the Cup final underdog and even more rarely the choice of neutral rugby league fans.

Reynoldson inspired by clash with former club

MELBOURNE Storm forward Kirk Reynoldson always looks forward to playing Parramatta, as each encounter with his former club reminds the bearded prop of how close he came to giving away rugby league for good.

Raiders Tigers Dead Heat

SUNDAY'S clash between the Tigers and the Raiders will be a close affair if the ladder is anything to go by. With only a win seperating them and the Raiders with a -39 differential compared with the tigers -38 it should be a tight game. The Tigers will welcome back boom youngster Benji Marshall who should add much needed spark to the tigers attack. On paper with the return of Marshall the Tigers are fielding possibly their strongest line up to date only the return of Pat Richards from injury could give them a stronger one. Todd Payten also returns for the Tigers against his old club. Payten as a school boy was covered in accolades and seen by most pundits as the best front row prospect running around.. Two clubs and various injuries later Todd has yet to reach his school boy potential and will be chomping at the bit to put in a big showing. The Raider's pack is looking fairly light on with key injuries and suspensions. The average margin between these two clubs is just 6.5 points so expect a tight one with the tigers getting the money this time round..

Roosters deny Lockyer approach

THE Sydney Roosters and player manager George Mimis will today deny they have held discussions over the possibility of star Brisbane five-eighth Darren Lockyer joining the club.

Gold Coast Consortium up the ante

THE Gold Coast bid team will meet with NRL chief executive David Gallop on Friday armed with another $2.5 million in the bank and what it claims is an indisputable case for entry to the premiership.

Round 10 preview

THE last chance for players to press their claims for origin honours as round nine kicks off with the Broncos hosting the Knights at Suncorp Stadium.

The Knightly Round 10

14/5/2004

Cloud still hangs over Broncos

THE Brisbane Broncos won?t find out until next week if they have succeeded in their appeal against the loss of two competition points.

Kurt Gidley's golden boot sees Knights home

NEWCASTLE halfback Kurt Gidley has kicked a golden field goal in extra time to see the Knights defeat the Brisbane Broncos 17-16 at Suncorp Stadium tonight.

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