Warriors name team to play the Storm

VODAFONE Warriors head coach Tony Kemp has shuffled the captaincy, recalled hooker Lance Hohaia and lost loose forward Sione Faumuina for Sunday?s NRL match against the Melbourne Storm at Ericsson Stadium. The 24-year-old Faumuina is out for one game after taking an early guilty plea on a grade one careless high tackle charge from Saturday night?s loss to St George Illawarra. And Hohaia returns immediately after serving a club-imposed one-match ban over a breach of protocol after the 21-4 win over Wests Tigers. With Faumuina out, Betham moves back to his preferred loose forward?s position with Hohaia stepping back into the No 9 jersey. Jones will assume the captaincy, which he had in the win over South Sydney two weeks ago. ?We want Monty to be able to concentrate solely on leading the defence which will need to be at its best against a side like the Storm,? said Kemp. ?He gave us so much value with his work in the middle of the park earlier in the season. That?s the work ethic we?ll need in our last 12 matches as we strive to make the finals.?

Raiders name squad to take on the Broncos

THE Canberra Raiders have announced the return of three key players for Saturday?s match against the Brisbane Broncos at Canberra Stadium, while two new faces are closer to playing their first NRL matches with the club.

Cowboys squad named to play the Dragons

NORTH Queensland Cowboys coach Graham Murray has named a State of Origin depleted team to face the Dragons at Oki Jubilee Stadium on Sunday. Coach Murrays team is;

Wests Tigers name team to play the Sharks

WESTS Tigers Head Coach, Tim Sheens has announced his squad for the Wests Tigers v Sharks Game at Campbelltown Stadium

50 seasons of 1st Grade at Kogarah

THE 50th season of First Grade rugby league at Oki Jubilee Stadium will kick-off this Sunday when the St.George Bank Dragons clash with the North Queensland Cowboys.

Youthful Dragons Clash with Cowboys in First Oki Game

STATE of Origin representative duties and an injury to key second rower Lance Thompson have forced St George Illawarra Coach Nathan Brown to make a number of changes for the Dragons first Sydney home game of the season this Sunday against the Cowboys.

Real Rabbitohs Team for Round 14

THE Real Rabbitohs are pleased to announce its team to play the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles in Round 14 of the 2005 Telstra Premiership this Saturday, June 11, kicking off at 7:30pm at Aussie Stadium.

Eels team named to face the Knights

PARRAMATTA Eels coach Brian Smith has named his team to take on the Knights at Energy Australia Stadium on Saturday evening. Coach Smiths team is;

Michael Monaghan signs for 3 years with Sea Eagles

MANLY today signed captain Michael Monaghan to a new three year contract.

Sonny Bill sidelined 'indefinitely'

BULLDOGS back rower Sonny Bill Williams has been ruled out for an indefinite period following an injury sustained in last weekend's 21-all draw between the Bulldogs and the Rabbitohs at the Sydney Showground.

Sea Eagles team named for Rabbitohs game

DASHING young Queensland centre Ashley Alberts will make his NRL debut for the Manly Sea Eagles in Saturday's Aussie Stadium clash against South Sydney.

Knights name team to play the Eels

NEWCASTLE Knights coach Michael Hagan has named his side to play the Eels at Energy Australia Stadium on Saturday night. Coach Hagens team is;

Gold Coast Stadium push begins, then it's half-time

THEY have finally met with the land owners, and a consultant has been hired.

Dolphins Awards

ROUND 15 vs Brothers Valleys Searles Garden Products Man of the Match Danny Burke Keystar Motors Players Player Danny Burke A Grade Hogs Breath Cafe Man of the Match Gavin Copper Colts Leading Edge Sports Man of the Match Ashley Reilly Round 16 vs Tweed Heads Searles Garden Products Man of the Match Ben Jones Keystar Motors Players Player Ben Jones A Grade vs Souths Logan Hogs Breath Cafe Man of the Match Quin Smith Colts vs Souths Logan Leading Edge Sports Man of the Match Peter Delaivuna Monthly Awards Player of the Month Peter Delaivuna Attacking Player of the Month Brian Jellick Defensive Player of the Month Quin Smith Team of the Month Premier Grade

Robbo Reckons

WHAT a difference a month makes in football just 5 weeks ago plenty people around town were saying we?re gone and even more where happy to see it. But there was never any panic in the Redcliffe camp. The touch ups we got from the Comets and Easts seems a lifetime ago. It hasn?t been easy either with the Tweed game a very physical game and with five players backing up from the Residents game it was a very satisfying win. And comments out of the Tweed camp saying they ?smacked? us in the forwards didn?t sit well with our big men. So they were pretty fired up for the clash with Toowoomba also remembering the Clydesdales forwards taunts that we were soft in the middle from the last clash it was always going to be a bruising encounter. But there is nothing new in that I?m sure many of you will remember some of the clashes from years gone by. A good sign for the Dolphins in the win against Toowoomba was that Danny Burke finished a match against them without getting sent off. A good sign for the Fins is the good form of the A graders who?ve stepped up to top grade over the last few weeks Joe Burley, Tex Walker, Chris Bond, Joe Burley, Charlie Vis and Quin Smith have all played well and would be regular first graders at just about any club in the comp. It?s good to see Gavin Cooper back on the paddock after a lengthy spell on the sidelines with glandular fever. Coops is just one of several Dolphins who look like stepping up into NRL clubs. It wouldn?t surprise me to see Danny Green, Ben Jones, and Shane Perry all get offers to go NRL organisations next year. There have been a number of milestones reached in the last month Damien Richters and Danny Burke both joined the 100 game club and Richto also become the all-time leading point scorer in Queensland Cup history. And again we were well represented in the Queensland Residents side with Trent Leis, Justin McKay, Danny Green, Ben Jones, Adam Starr and Troy Lindsay all in the side and it quite easily could have been more with Shane Perry being selected in both the City and Queensland sides but withdrawing for personal reasons and Brian Jellick and Damien Richters both withdrawing from the City side that took on Country. It?s been an interesting month for the Jones clan losing things, Benny Jones in Barcaldine with the City side he had half the town, the local Police force, the neighbouring towns police force, the Army reserve and the boy scouts out looking for his lost mobile phone then only to find it hidden in his shoe right where he left it. And to top things off the very next week in the Queensland Residents camp Ben left his wallet on the team bus and lost all his cash. Brother Daniel had his car stolen whilst not to be out done father Bob lost his car keys and blamed everyone bar himself only to find them later on in the garden. With the season almost over there aren?t too many chances left to see the boys in action at Dolphin Oval so let?s all get down to the ground and cheer the boys home a big vocal crowd can lift the side so let?s get down and bring the boys home. For the best deal on a new car pop out to Rothwell and see one of our friendly team. Until next month Cheers Robbo.

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