Tony Grimaldi had re-signed with the Bulldogs for the 2006 season.

THE Mitsubishi Electric Bulldogs announced today that Tony Grimaldi had re-signed with the Club for the 2006 season.

Kiwis squad topped up with ESL stars

TWO English-based former New Zealand internationals will shore up the Kiwis rugby league squad ahead of the Tri-Nations opening match against the Kangaroos on October 15.

Tonga V Samoa - Preview

THE 2005 International Rugby League season will kick off this evening with a clash between Pacific Island neighbours Tonga and Samoa at Campbelltown Stadium.

Lee Briers announced as Wales captain

LEE Briers will captain Wales for the first time on Sunday 16 October when Scotland are visitors to the Brewery Field, Bridgend in the opening match of the 2005 Rugby League European Nations Cup.

Lyon waiting for the crumbs

MISSING out on the 23-strong Australian Tri-Nations squad has not worried ex-Parramatta centre Jamie Lyon.

NL1 Grand Final: Castleford vs. Whitehaven

WHILE the Rugby League world recovers from an epic NRL Grand Final, and looks forward to possibly one of the closest finishes of all time in ESL, a decider with arguably more at stake will be fought out at Widnes on Sunday. The Castleford Tigers will play the Whitehaven Warriors in the National League 1 Grand Final that will no only decide the 2005 champions, but also determine who will be elevated to the English Superleague in 2006.

Widnes: Relegation, Heartbreak and Conspiracy

THE Widnes Vikings have not ruled out legal action to ensure they are not relegated from Superleague next season. In an eventful month for the club Widnes officials have doggedly argued that they are not without hope of staying in the top flight, while attempts had been made to prop up a National League One club to improve their chances of a reprieve.

Bradford storm past 12-man Hull

BRADFORD and their blockbusting winger Lesley Vainikolo re-wrote the record books with a 12-try 71-0 thrashing of 12-man Hull to book a trip to St Helens for the Super League elimination final.

Rhinos hold out St Helens to earn Grand Final spot

LEEDS Rhinos held off a thrilling late fightback from St Helens to book a second-successive engage Super League Grand Final appearance following a 19-16 win.

NL1 Grand Final: Castleford vs. Whitehaven

WHILE the Rugby League world recovers from an epic NRL Grand Final, and looks forward to possibly one of the closest finishes of all time in ESL, a decider with arguably more at stake will be fought out at Widnes on Sunday. The Castleford Tigers will play the Whitehaven Warriors in the National League 1 Grand Final that will no only decide the 2005 champions, but also determine who will be elevated to the English Superleague in 2006.

Long and Albert miss out

ST Helens will be without leading points-scorer Sean Long and top tryscorer Darren Albert after all for the engage Super League Grand Final eliminator with Bradford Bulls at Knowsley Road.

Chads a Bronco, Not a Warrior

LONDON Broncos have made Australian hooker Chad Randall their first signing for 2006 ending speculation the former Sea Eagles would join the New Zealand Warriors.

Bears sabotage Sydney Airport Jets winning run

THE Sydney Airport Jets four-game winning streak was brought undone by North Sydney in the VB Premier League match played at North Sydney Oval on Saturday. The Bears led 26-8 at half-time, and contained Newtown's second half resurgence to run out winners by 28-18.

Broncos trio make trip down under

LONDON Broncos Academy team, after an impressive start to the season, have three players selected to tour Australia in August representing Great Britain BARLA U19s. The club is delighted with the selection of captain Michael Worrincy, leading try scorer, Ade Adebesi, and prop forward Louis McCarthy-Scarbrook for the tour.

Gareth Hock re-signs

WIGAN today announced that Gareth Hock, their young back row forward has extended his contract until the end of the 2005 season.

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