The Rugby League Desiderata

IN the spirit of Desiderata, Everybody?s Free To Where Sunscreen and Not The Sunscreen Song; I offer some words of advice to rugby league players...

Unsolved Mystery

AIM: To determine why Anthony Mundine, Nathan Blacklock and David Peachey were not selected for the 1999 Tri-Nations Series.

Souths Juniors Premier League and Flegg Match Reports Round 2

Souths Juniors Premier League Match Report

Scotland set for trials

SCOTLAND are recruiting players for the Scotland A team which will compete in the Parkhouse Recruitment Four Nations Championships this summer. With former Scotland captain Nathan Graham now coaching the side, Scotland are hoping to go even one better than last year when they finished runners-up to Wales.

Broncos round up Horstmann from Quins

TONY Rea has announced a 20-man squad to play Hull FC on Good Friday and it includes Kai Horstmann from neighbouring club London Harlequins.

Leeds threaten Bradford?s record

LEEDS Rhinos have continued their unbeaten run in defeating Salford 30-12 on the weekend, and are fast becoming the dominant team of this decade. In a period where the standard of their opposition is rising, Leeds? record speaks for itself. Since the start of the 2003 season, that is, in the last 58 games, they have lost eight and drawn five. Indeed the last time a Leeds player has faced defeat was some nine months ago. Can you remember what you were doing nine months ago? Neither can I.

Bulls Eye - Round 7

IN this week's Bulls Eye, Brian Noble and captain Jamie Peacock look ahead to Thursday's Engage Super League Round 7 game at Odsal when unbeaten Leeds Rhinos are the visitors to take on the Bulls in a repeat of last season's Grand Final. BRIAN NOBLE;

Carney ruled out for up to six weeks

WIGAN Coach Denis Betts today confirmed that Great Britain Winger Brian Carney will be sidelined for upto six weeks with a knee injury which he picked up in the final minute in the game against Leigh last Friday.

Ryles returns for Dragons

TEST prop Jason Ryles will make his 2005 season debut this weekend when he returns from a shoulder injury for the Dragons clash with the Panthers at Penrith Stadium.

Eels name team to face Sharks

PARRAMATTA Eels coach Brian Smith will be hoping for a change of fortune as well as attitude for his team following last weekends poor showing against South Sydney. He has named his team to play the Cronulla Sharks at Parramatta Stadium on Saturday evening. The team is;

Sharks name team to play Eels

COACH Stuart Raper has named a modified team to play the Parramatta Eels this weekend. Keith Galloway will miss the game with concussion, which sees James Stosic come into the team to make his first grade debut. Brett Kimmorley also returns to the fold from a one match suspension while Paul Mellor has been added to the bench.

Round 3 Teams and Fixtures

GOOD Friday, 25th March 2005.

Hopoate suspended for 17 weeks, Sea Eagles say goodbye

MANLY Sea Eagles NRL club have sacked winger John Hopoate after he was suspended for 17 matches by NRL judiciary panel for his forearm king-hit to the head of Sharks forward Keith Galloway.

Wolf Mail - Round 7 team and news

WARRINGTON Wolves coach Paul Cullen looks back at the two points gained over the Huddersfield Giants and looks towards a busy Easter period.

Bulls net ?Volcano? for 4 more years

BRADFORD Bulls have received a major boost ahead of Thursday?s game against Leeds Rhinos with the news that Winger Lesley Vainikolo has signed a four year contract that will keep him at Odsal until the end of the 2009 Super League season.

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