SELECTORS have named their teams to take part in the annual City v Country Origin clash to be played at Lismore on May 6.
GREY Lynn park, and the Richmond Bulldogs took on the Bay Roskill Vikings in round 5 of the Mad Butcher Fox Memorial Grading Round.
THE Cronulla Sharks have managed to have only two players selected in this friday's City / Country Origin match, despite being equal leaders in the premiership. Prop Jason Stevens will play in the front row for City, while winger Luke Covell has been called up to replace injured Country winger, Timana Tahu.
FINE and warm at Auckland's Ericcson today where current Bartercard Cup holders, Mt Albert, took on the Otahuhu/Ellerslie franchise in the curtain raiser to the Warriors Penrith clash.
BARTERCARD CUP COMPETITION ? ROUND 3 RESULTS
THE strategic partnership forged between the Cronulla-Sutherland and Newtown clubs is proving to be a very successful coalition indeed. The Sharks are currently equal leaders in the NRL and Jersey Flegg competitions, while the Sydney Airport Jets are now in equal second position in the VB Premier League and third on the Jim Beam Cup table.
SILVERCHAIR anthem Freak was blaring on the bus as Redcliffe headed home Sunday night, an apt description of their effort in overcoming Tweed Heads 26-22.
GREY Lynn Park, Marist Richmond and North Harbour and game absolutely on. The Tigers, top of the table, the Brothers at number six.
LONDON 26 Bradford 41 and Hull 20 Salford 6
LEIGH 40 Wakefield 18 - Centurions net priceless victory
CRONULLA have continued their dazzling start to season 2005, notching up another victory over the highly fancied Melbourne Storm. As happens so often these days, halfback Brett Kimmorley played all over his rival half, Matt Orford, almost single-handedly ensuring Cronulla would take home the win.
Tigers 32 v Dragons 40
LEAGUE Wrap: Round 8, 29-30 April, 1 May 2005
Knights 10 v Raiders 14
Warriors 14 v Panthers 16