Bulls take Super League crown

JAMIE Peacock signed off his Bradford career in fairytale fashion by leading the Bulls to an historic fourth engage Super League title against his new club by 15-6.

Ellery Hanley inducted into Rugby League Hall of Fame

FORMER Great Britain captain Ellery Hanley will be inducted into the Rugby League Hall of Fame this week, as part of four new members. Hanley, who also went on to coach Great Britain, will join Eric Ashton, Martin Hodgson and the late Dougie Clark in entering the Hall of Fame.

Bulls and Rhinos announce squads

LEEDS Rhinos and Bradford Bulls have announced their respective 18-man squads for the engage Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford on Saturday.

Old Trafford Sold Out for ESL Grand Final

ALL tickets for the 2005 engage Super League Grand Final have sold out.

Great Britain blow for McGuire

LEEDS Rhinos half-back Danny McGuire looks certain to miss the Gillette Tri-Nations Series after being told he needs to undergo groin surgery.

Jones cant play more than 2 Tests this series

STACEY Jones played his first match for the Kiwis last Saturday night after two years of international retirement and helped direct the Kiwi team to a memorable 38-28 win at Telstra Stadium.

Kiwis overcome critics to down Kangaroos in Tri-Nations opener

TRI-NATIONS GAME I Australia 28 v New Zealand 38 Match summary: New Zealand has overcome their many critics by beating Australia 38-22 at Telstra Stadium tonight in front of 28,255 spectators at Telstra Stadium. After the Kiwis lead 18-0 early, the Kangaroos charged back to lock the scoreboard up at 18-all at halftime.

Hohaia England bound

LANCE Hohaia is set to tour with the Kiwis' for the English leg of the Tri-Nations rugby league series after favourable results from a scan today.

Five Debuts For Scots

SCOTLAND are set to hand debuts to at least five players in tomorrow?s European Nations Cup tie against Wales at Bridgend. The fifth will become the 100th player to represent Scotland since senior rugby league internationals began in 1995. Gateshead full-back Wade Liddell, wingers Jon Steel of Hull KR and Dougie Flockhart from Dumfries, Halifax hooker Ben Fisher and St Albans Centurions forward Nick Surtees are all expected to be in the 17 and with the uncapped forwards Dave Simm (Edinburgh Eagles and Wigan St Judes) and Steve Deviney (Easterhouse Panthers) also vying for a place on the bench, new faces abound.

Injury toll from Tri Nations mounts

AUSTRALIAN winger Timana Tahu has been ruled out of the rest of Tri-Nations rugby league series with a hamstring injury.

Result from the 3rd test between NZ Maori and the Cook Islands

THE third and final between the NZ Maori and the Cook Islands test held yesterday in Hastings saw another tough battle for both sides, with the Cook Island coming out the victors.

Hohaia plays the waiting game

INJURED Kiwi hooker Lance Hohaia has to await scans on his lower leg after being stretched off Telstra Stadium on Saturday night.

European Nations Cup - Wales v Scotland - Preview

WALES are going into Sunday?s crucial Rugby League European Nations Cup opening match against Scotland at the Brewery Field, Bridgend (kick-off 3pm) in a confident mood writes Ian Golden.

Wales 22 Scotland 14

IN a closely fought encounter at the Brewery Field, Bridgend, a crowd of over a thousand saw Wales narrowly overcome a strong Scotland side.

Vagana cleared of dangerous tackle

KIWI five-eighth, Nigel Vagana, is free to play in Friday's return Tri-Nations match in Auckland after being cleared of a dangerous throw charge on Saturday night.

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