NEWTOWN 34 (A Duncan 2, A Le Breton 2, C Field, B Vaeau, S Helu tries; A Duncan 2, T Barnes goals)
Newcastle 32 (B Tighe 2, C Hall, B Wallace, K Henderson, W Crosbie tries; B Tighe 3, B Wallace goals)
THE Sydney Airport Jets survived a nerve-wracking final ten minutes to defeat the Newcastle Knights 34-32 in the VB Premier League competition match played at Henson Park on Saturday, after leading 24-16 at half-time.
LONDON Broncos and Radney Bowker have today mutually agreed to part ways ahead of Sunday's re-scheduled home Super League game with Salford.
The Broncos have also extended the original trial contract of Andy McNally, and have brought in the services of Leeds rising star, Scott Murrell.
Bowker, who joined the club in the close season from Salford, agreed to play on a trial basis with London Broncos and that four month period has now expired.
Coach Tony Rea commented: "Radney has not settled into London Broncos style of play. I would like to thank him for his high level of commitment and I wish him all the very best with his rugby league future."
Another player who was also on a four month trial is Andy McNally and today his contract has been extended for the full season. Rea said: "Andy gets better with every training session and with every game. This is where it the real opportunity starts for him and he has the chance to show what he's all about.
With a number of key players injured, (Purdham, Toshack, Sanderson, Kirkpatrick, Wells, Highton) London Broncos have also today brought in Leeds' rising star, Scott Murrell.
The boom eighteen year-old stand-off is set to wear the Broncos colours for the first time on Sunday and coach Tony Rea is excited about his arrival:"He's a young, tough character with a good football brain.
He contributes well with a dominant fashion in the games he plays."
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BRADFORD Bulls kept up their unbeaten start to Tetley's Rugby Super League IX on Sunday with a 20-6 win at Huddersfield, while Warrington Wolves defeated Castleford Tigers and Hull FC saw off London Broncos.
RUGBY?S World Champions, Bradford Bulls, have announced that they have signed a one year contract with A-Line, which will see the Bulls players and Coaching staff wearing the companies boots this season.
FRIDAY 26th March 2004
THE Brisbane Broncos are grooming a giant New Zealand replacement for code-jumping rugby wingers Wendell Sailor and Lote Tuqiri.
MELBOURNE Storm is unaware of any new allegations made against any of its players in relation to a sexual assault claim, outlined in today?s edition of The Bulletin.
WESTS Tigers Head Coach, Tim Sheens has announced his squad for the game against the Broncos, on Sunday 28th March 2004 at Campbelltown Stadium. Kick off is at 2.30pm.
THE Melbourne Storm have denied any knowledge of fresh sexual assault allegations against players reported in today?s edition of The Bulletin magazine.
STAR players Nigel Vagana and Trent Barrett will have a better indication today of whether they'll be lining up in their clubs' colours this weekend, as round three of the NRL competition gets underway.
FOR most people Rugby League is a leisure activity. Its what you get involved in when you get some free time away from school or work.
OFF-FIELD problems continue to build up for the Bulldogs in the wake of sexual assault allegations, with a report that a player tested positive for cocaine last year and was fined $25,000.
A major chance has presented itself for exciting Warriors standoff Jerome Ropati against the Penrith Panthers at Ericsson Stadium this Sunday.