IN the penultimate game of the normal season Paul Cullen has named a 19-man squad to face Huddersfield Giants tomorrow evening at the McAlpine stadium.
IN Bulls Eye this week, Brian Noble and Joe Vagana look ahead to Sunday's Tetley's Super League Round 27 game at Odsal, the final home game of the season, when the Tigers are in town to meet the Bulls and the minor premiers will be presented with the league leaders trophy following the game.
ONE could almost sense that Dennis Moran would cross for at least a couple of four-pointers against the Wildcats last Sunday.
TERRY O'Connor has today announced that he will not be playing for Ireland in the end of season home nations competition.
WIGAN today granted an early contract release to Nick Graham who joined them earlier in the season from Australian NRL club Cronulla.
THE New Zealand Warriors have become involved in a transtasman wrangle over their elite juniors only two days out from their opening game in this year's National Rugby League finals series.
THE Melbourne Storm has beaten the Canberra Raiders 30-18 on a cold and blustery night at Canberra Stadium.
FINALS time has arrived and the matches this weekend are mouth watering to say the least.
AFTER five weeks of being sidelined due to a stress fracture of the right foot, Braith Anasta will play five-eight for the Mitsubishi Electric Bulldogs in tomorrow?s final against the Warriors.
BRISBANE'S Darren Lockyer may be the best rugby league fullback in the world but for sheer excitement few players can match Penrith flash Rhys Wesser.
THE Sydney Roosters Rugby League Football Club Board of Directors are pleased to announce that Brian Canavan has been appointed as the Club's new Chief Executive Officer, effective 1 November 2003.
PROP Frank Puletua has left wooden spooners South Sydney and taken a pay cut to join his younger brother Tony at minor premiers Penrith.
WILLIE Mason believes the Bulldogs can beat any team if they can dominate the NZ Warriors' fearsome pack in Saturday's National Rugby League qualifying final.
THE Melbourne Storm has a motto: no expectations.
ONCE flashy entertainers themselves, Brisbane risk elimination from the finals by one of the most potent sets of outside backs in National Rugby League history.