Here's what's in store from the SEPTEMBER 2004 edition of RUGBY LEAGUE REVIEW.
WORLD SEVENS FOR HONG KONG
THE Rugby League World Sevens could be heading to Hong Kong in 2006 but the tournament is expected to go into recess next season.
The World Sevens was given a big thumbs down by the NRL clubs at last month's partnership meeting with many of the teams not in favour of entering a side.
INTERNATIONAL BOARD MEMBER KILLED IN CAR ACCIDENT
SAMOAN Rugby League (SRL) boss Mark Puckey died last month after being involved in a car crash in his home town of Apia.
Puckey was the mastermind behind the SRL and had been a board member of the Internartional Board for the past 10 years. He had re-introduced Rugby League in Samoa last season with an eight-team competition.
BEN WALKER TO HEAD TO BONDI JUCTION?
FORMER Brisbane, Northern Eagles and Manly player Ben Walker could be wearing the Sydney Roosters jersey next year and has already spoken to coach Ricky Stuart about linking up with his brother Chris.
Walker has not be played this season after being released by Manly because of a knee injury.
PLUS ALL THE LATEST ON THE NRL, PREMIER LEAGUE, JERSEY FLEGG, JIM BEAM CUP, STUDENT RUGBY LEAGUE, POLICE RUGBY LEAGUE, QLD CUP, NSW COUNTRY, QLD COUNTRY, NATIONWIDE, NEW ZEALAND, ENGLAND AND THE REST OF THE WORLD.
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