Arorangi Bears will use the bye this weekend to work on their weaknesses that led to their first loss in the domestic rugby league competition on Saturday.
Arorangi Bears will be hoping to maintain their dream run in the domestic rugby league competition today when they take on the mighty Tupapa Panthers.
Cook Islands Rugby League says a proposed test against Fiji in June will not go ahead because it clashes with their World Cup qualifying match against South Africa.
Former champions Avatiu Eels’ hunt for the first win in the domestic rugby league competition will take them to Aitutaki tomorrow where they face the Sharks.
Defending champions Tupapa Panthers made a winning start but it was the Arorangi Bears who stole the limelight in round one of the domestic rugby league competition over the weekend.