LONDON Broncos are making big plans right now in preparation for the club's tenth anniversary in August this year.
ST Helens winger Darren Albert is officially the ?Fastest Man in Rugby League? after winning the Powergen-sponsored sprint challenge event at Robin Park Arena, Wigan.
FOLLOWING on from the tremendous success of this year's GMB Union National Cup Final, BARLA is pleased to announce that Bloomfield Road,home of Blackpool FC, will hold the showpiece final until 2008.
THE UK?s most successful Rugby Club, World Champions Bradford Bulls have completed the signing of the Wales and Cardiff Rugby Union Stand Off, Iestyn Harris.
FONE Zone Canberra Raiders try-scoring machine Joel Monaghan had his hopes of an early comeback from injury dashed, after failing a fitness test earlier today.
THE New Zealand Warriors may be on the verge of signing front-rower and 200-game veteran Steve Price.
CRONULLA are poised to enter the player market for the second consecutive year as they strive to plug the gaps in their still improving squad. It is understood that the key priorities are a five eighth, a goalkicker and a prop forward.
A cold winter's in Melbourne was the scene of a furious battle between the home side and the Penrith Panthers with the home side dominating the game from 20th minute of the match to win by a very easy 66-14.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs has today announced the signing of Shannon Hegarty to a three-year contract.
SHAUN McRae will be unveiled as the new coach of NRL side Souths on Monday, according to reports.
BRONCOS point-scoring machine Michael DeVere will head to England next season, happy in the knowledge he has fulfilled even his wildest dreams and ambitions in Australia?s National Rugby League.
ENGLISH league giant Bradford is the latest club to queue for the services of Canberra Raiders enforcer Ruben Wiki.
SILLY season is upon and all the attention has shifted from the actual games to who’s playing where next season and I must admit the level excitement is a good thing for the game.
THIS Saturday the Sydney Roosters take on the St. George Dragons for the inaugural John Peard Cup.
REDCLIFFE will now take on Queensland Cup debutants Brothers-Valleys in their first trial of 2004. The two clubs will contest all three grades.