THE Auckland Rugby League Mad Butcher Fox Memorial Grading Round heads into a fascinating last round of games tomorrow. Only three teams are guaranteed a start in the elite, Mad Butcher Fox Memorial Division 1. Mt Albert, Te Atatu,
and Richmond will simply go through the motions tomorrow. Seven other teams will fight out the remaining five spots.
ONLY three games this weekend, as Round 5 of the NZRL Bartercard Cup is split over two weekends.
AFTER a drop in form of late the North Sydney Bears have arisen once more with a thrilling win over the Western Suburbs Magpies on Mothers Day at North Sydney Oval.
MARK Calderwood notched a clinical hat-trick as reigning champions Leeds tightened their grip on the engage Super League leadership with a crushing 60-4 demolition of relegation-threatened Leigh.
ST Helens suffered an engage Super League mauling at the hands of a vibrant Hull by 44 points to 6 on Friday night at a stone cold KC Stadium - highlighting the wind of change currently howling through the famous club.
THIS Saturday (14th May 2005) 2SER FM?s ?A View from the Hill? will be taking calls from listeners on a range of topics in Rugby League.
IAN Millward has lost an internal appeal against his dismissal by Super League giants St Helens for gross misconduct. The 44-year-old Australian was sacked by the club on Tuesday, and under the terms of his dismissal, will not receive any compensation.
HULL up for Saints' challenge
IN Bulls Eye this week coach Brian Noble and Jamie Peacock look forward to Friday's engage Super League game at the Willows between the Bulls and Salford City Reds a Super League reaches Round 13.
LONDON Broncos CEO, Nic Cartwright has taken the word 'accessible' to a new level this week releasing his own mobile phone number to the general public.
Rabbitohs 12 v Storm 38
Cowboys 6 Broncos 23
Bulldogs 10 v Sea Eagles 18
THE Tigers have suffered a huge blow ahead of their match against Newcastle at the weekend, with news that skipper Mark O'Neill is expected to be out for 12 weeks with an elbow injury.
Dragons 34 v Panthers 12