NSW takes on Queensland in a Women?s Rugby League interstate challenge match at Henson Park this Saturday. The Queenslanders won both interstate matches in 2004, but the NSW girls have vowed to end the Maroons? dominance.
AN extra dimension will be added to the North Sydney Bears next Premier League Match as they take on traditional rivals Newtown in the final leg of the Frank Hyde Shield. With the Jets having won the first two legs the Bears will be aching for a win.
MARK my words, there are a few surprises left in this comp. Last week saw some incredible footy played with the Dragons and the Tigers, with either side trading barbs as to who can lay claim to the entertainers tag. They both have some quality flesh running around and one wonders if Gasnier and Marshall should perhaps enter ?Dancing with the Stars? just to realise the full potential of their fancy footwork.
THIS Saturday (6th August) 2SER FM?s ?A View from the Hill? will be taking calls from listeners on whatever you would like to talk about in Rugby League.
THIS week?s Forum Sevens article is a recollection of the famous first State of Origin encounter in 2004. Written by Maelgwnau, it makes interesting reading in light of this season?s golden point victory, also in Game I.
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RUGBY League has been thrown into further controversy this morning, with a woman complaining that an obscene voice message was left on her phone by a State of Origin player in the early hours of yesterday morning.
THE St.George Bank Dragons have fined and suspended a shattered and apologetic Mark Gasnier after he was dismissed from the NSW State of Origin team today.
PLEASE note the following statement issued by Victoria Police tonight:
TONIGHT will mark the first step in Melbourne Storm prop Kirk Reynoldson?s plan to rebuild junior football in his hometown of Wondoan in the rural area of Western Queensland.
AFL club Hawthorn has enlisted the help of the NRL?s Melbourne Storm in a bid to bolster the Hawks? defensive technique and improve the their tackling.
KIWI coach Daniel Anderson rubbished claims his current outfit was the Kiwis' "worst team ever" and would be hammered in Friday night's ANZAC test against Australia in Newcastle.
BOOM Penrith rookie three-quarter Luke Lewis has been handed a green and gold jersey with the number 18 on the back as he joins the squad for the Kangaroos side to take on New Zealand at Newcastle on Friday night.
RESULTS in from the last round of the NSWRL Premier League competition, held last weekend.
SYDNEY City Roosters coach Ricky Stuart has named a strong lineup for Sundays ANZAC day clash at Aussie Stadium against the St George Bank Dragons.
Stuarts team is;