MALTA have withdrawn from this year?s Mediterranean Cup in Lebanon, altering their concentration and efforts into the proposed exhibition match in Malta set for October.
WHILE it is easy to have profound concerns about aspects of the Bjelke-Petersen record ? especially in the latter years of his Premiership ? he did do rugby league a great favour:
MARK Christensen has dislodged Matt Gruszka from the Redcliffe wing after two standout performances in the Mixwell Cup.
"YOU'RE only as good as your last game" exclaimed S.G. Ball coach Greg Richardson after his boys showed their metal notching up an outstanding win against the Cronulla Sharks. In a try scoring feast in the first half the Bears played quality, mistake free footy, giving them the edge. Great runs from Tyson Muscat and Liam Foran and a tremendous front row performance lead by Matt Cooper to reign in the Sharks attack gave Norths a 4 to 2 try lead at half time.
ROUND three of the NZRL Bartercard Cup shapes up to be a cracker.
LONDON Broncos captain Mark Mc Linden has hit out on behalf of his team at a rugby league writer in the wake of a slanderous piece of ?journalism? last week.
MILLWARD in determined mood
FORMER Cronulla Sharks junior Brent Grose has extended his contract at the Warrington club for a further 3 years as announced today. Grose picked up ?Rookie of the Year? in 2001 with the Cronulla Sharks and went on to play for the South Sydney Rabbitohs in 2002 before making the move to Warrington in 2003.
ON Sunday at Griffin Park we will welcome a vibrant young group of artists who are not just a part of the London youth music industry but also part of London?s burgeoning rugby league community.
IN another devastating blow for Canterbury, prop Mark O'Meley will be sidelined for a month longer than initially thought, after further scans on his knee revealed the full extent of ligament damage. It could be up to 16 weeks before he gets back on the field.
BULLDOGS 30 v EELS 16
Brisbane Broncos 38 v Manly Sea Eagles 12
THE Gold Coast's chances of re-joining the NRL competition has been boosted with the news that the Queensland Government has approved funding for a new multi-million stadium.
North Queensland Cowboys 38 v Sydney Roosters 18
MELBOURNE STORM 10 v CRONULLA SHARKS 30