WITH the Bulldogs in Salary Cap trouble the whole game is set to be in trouble if Braith Anasta goes to Rugby Union.
KEN Wilson, the Newtown point-scoring wizard of the 1970's and early 80's, will be interviewed on 2KY tomorrow morning, Thursday August 22, at 9.30 am.
TO ALL NEWTOWN RLFC MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS.
FOLLOWING the exciting news that they will be returning to Odsal Stadium for the 2003 season, Super League and World Club Champions Bradford Bulls have today received further good news with the announcement that work will commence this week on a World Class Training facility at Woodhouse Grove School, Apperley Bridge.
CASTLEFORD Tigers are very pleased to be able to announce that Ryan Hudson has signed a two-year extension to his current contract. Ryan was already contracted with the Tigers until the end of the 2003 campaign but such has been his form we were keen to offer him a longer deal and he has now committed himself to a further two years at the club, taking him to at least the end of the 2005 campaign.
AS judgement day looms large on the horizon for the beleaguered Dogs, the fans attitude has turned from one of outrage and shock to one of anger and defiance, the latter I cannot bring myself to understand.
THE New Zealand Warriors have played near flawless football in the last two weeks but coach Daniel Anderson believes there is still room for improvement as the NRL club prepares to take on the Roosters this weekend. With the scalps of the Bulldogs and Brisbane in succession, the Warriors have been in scintillating form, their forward pack dominating and backs racking up big points.
NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS vs BRISBANE BRONCOSFri Aug 23, Energy Australia Stadium, 7:30pm
IF there's a common question that might be asked in Warriorland right now it's this: Where will it all end? Where indeed?
THE Warriors have ended their search for another second rower - right in their own back yard.
FOLLOWING a meeting between the Football and League Club Boards today it has been decided that no members of either Boards should stand down due to the immediate need for stability.
AFTER a week of lies and deceit the Bulldogs management has continued in the same vein by covering up evidence they failed to show the NRL earlier this week.
FORMER Canterbury halfback and Bulldog legend, Steve Mortimer, has been appointed interim CEO of the troubled Bulldogs as the club seeks redemption at the hands of their fans and the NRL. Mortimer replaces Garry Hughes, who was caretaker CEO after Bob Hagan stepped down as CEO on Tuesday.
ST George captain and five eighth, Trent Barrett has been found not guilty by the NRL judiciary on a grade two contrary conduct head-slamming charge.
THE Bulldags have been stripped of enough points to ensure they will miss the 2002 Finals series.