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SportsFan
Lodge ready for NRL return: Moseshas been in and out of the headlines since his arrest in New York late last yea
Lodge ready for NRL return: Moses
SportsFan / Posted 19 minutes ago
has been in and out of the headlines since his arrest in New York late last year. He enjoyed a triumphant return to rugby league at the weekend when his St Patrick's A-grade side won their grand final. "I think he's ready to come back,"... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Mepham soars for Hawks to land a wina big success for Guy Mepham, with the dependable No. 9 claiming the player-of-
Mepham soars for Hawks to land a win
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 27 minutes ago
a big success for Guy Mepham, with the dependable No. 9 claiming the player-of-the-match award in Inverell’s 42-28 Group 19 rugby league grand final triumph against the MacIntyre Warriors on Sunday. Having played as a junior at Inverell a decade... Read more
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News Mail
Stuart may rest players ahead of Raiders' finals campaignRUGBY LEAGUE: Canberra coach Ricky Stuart could risk losing a potential home fi
Stuart may rest players ahead of Raiders' finals campaign
News Mail / Posted an hour ago
RUGBY LEAGUE: Canberra coach Ricky Stuart could risk losing a potential home final if he gambles on resting players for the final-round clash with a desperate Wests Tigers on Sunday. The Raiders are currently third but can edge out Cronulla for... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Stuart may rest players ahead of Raiders' finals campaignRUGBY LEAGUE: Canberra coach Ricky Stuart could risk losing a potential home fi
Stuart may rest players ahead of Raiders' finals campaign
Daily Examiner / Posted an hour ago
RUGBY LEAGUE: Canberra coach Ricky Stuart could risk losing a potential home final if he gambles on resting players for the final-round clash with a desperate Wests Tigers on Sunday. The Raiders are currently third but can edge out Cronulla for... Read more
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Manning River Times
League resultsForster-Tuncurry second rower Beau Lowry is tackled by Taree City defenders dur
League results
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
Forster-Tuncurry second rower Beau Lowry is tackled by Taree City defenders during the Group Three Rugby League elimination semi-final at the Jack Neal Oval. Taree City won 32-28. Group Three Rugby League Elimination semi-final results First grade... Read more
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Northern Star
Stuart may rest players ahead of Raiders' finals campaignRUGBY LEAGUE: Canberra coach Ricky Stuart could risk losing a potential home fi
Stuart may rest players ahead of Raiders' finals campaign
Northern Star / Posted an hour ago
RUGBY LEAGUE: Canberra coach Ricky Stuart could risk losing a potential home final if he gambles on resting players for the final-round clash with a desperate Wests Tigers on Sunday. The Raiders are currently third but can edge out Cronulla for... Read more
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Northern Star
'Good vibe' at Broncos ahead of Parker's farewellRUGBY LEAGUE: The fact it is a school night may prevent some families with youn
'Good vibe' at Broncos ahead of Parker's farewell
Northern Star / Posted an hour ago
RUGBY LEAGUE: The fact it is a school night may prevent some families with young children attending Corey Parker's Suncorp Stadium farewell against the Sydney Roosters, but there will still be about 40,000 turning out on Thursday night to thank... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Stuart may rest players ahead of Raiders' finals campaignRUGBY LEAGUE: Canberra coach Ricky Stuart could risk losing a potential home fi
Stuart may rest players ahead of Raiders' finals campaign
The Daily Mercury / Posted an hour ago
RUGBY LEAGUE: Canberra coach Ricky Stuart could risk losing a potential home final if he gambles on resting players for the final-round clash with a desperate Wests Tigers on Sunday. The Raiders are currently third but can edge out Cronulla for... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
'Good vibe' at Broncos ahead of Parker's farewellRUGBY LEAGUE: The fact it is a school night may prevent some families with youn
'Good vibe' at Broncos ahead of Parker's farewell
The Daily Mercury / Posted an hour ago
RUGBY LEAGUE: The fact it is a school night may prevent some families with young children attending Corey Parker's Suncorp Stadium farewell against the Sydney Roosters, but there will still be about 40,000 turning out on Thursday night to thank... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Stuart may rest players ahead of Raiders' finals campaignRUGBY LEAGUE: Canberra coach Ricky Stuart could risk losing a potential home fi
Stuart may rest players ahead of Raiders' finals campaign
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted an hour ago
RUGBY LEAGUE: Canberra coach Ricky Stuart could risk losing a potential home final if he gambles on resting players for the final-round clash with a desperate Wests Tigers on Sunday. The Raiders are currently third but can edge out Cronulla for... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
'Good vibe' at Broncos ahead of Parker's farewellRUGBY LEAGUE: The fact it is a school night may prevent some families with youn
'Good vibe' at Broncos ahead of Parker's farewell
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted an hour ago
RUGBY LEAGUE: The fact it is a school night may prevent some families with young children attending Corey Parker's Suncorp Stadium farewell against the Sydney Roosters, but there will still be about 40,000 turning out on Thursday night to thank... Read more
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Queensland Times
Stuart may rest players ahead of Raiders' finals campaignRUGBY LEAGUE: Canberra coach Ricky Stuart could risk losing a potential home fi
Stuart may rest players ahead of Raiders' finals campaign
Queensland Times / Posted 2 hours ago
RUGBY LEAGUE: Canberra coach Ricky Stuart could risk losing a potential home final if he gambles on resting players for the final-round clash with a desperate Wests Tigers on Sunday. The Raiders are currently third but can edge out Cronulla for... Read more
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Queensland Times
'Good vibe' at Broncos ahead of Parker's farewellRUGBY LEAGUE: The fact it is a school night may prevent some families with youn
'Good vibe' at Broncos ahead of Parker's farewell
Queensland Times / Posted 2 hours ago
RUGBY LEAGUE: The fact it is a school night may prevent some families with young children attending Corey Parker's Suncorp Stadium farewell against the Sydney Roosters, but there will still be about 40,000 turning out on Thursday night to thank... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Stuart may rest players ahead of Raiders' finals campaignRUGBY LEAGUE: Canberra coach Ricky Stuart could risk losing a potential home fi
Stuart may rest players ahead of Raiders' finals campaign
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 hours ago
RUGBY LEAGUE: Canberra coach Ricky Stuart could risk losing a potential home final if he gambles on resting players for the final-round clash with a desperate Wests Tigers on Sunday. The Raiders are currently third but can edge out Cronulla for... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
'Good vibe' at Broncos ahead of Parker's farewellRUGBY LEAGUE: The fact it is a school night may prevent some families with youn
'Good vibe' at Broncos ahead of Parker's farewell
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 hours ago
RUGBY LEAGUE: The fact it is a school night may prevent some families with young children attending Corey Parker's Suncorp Stadium farewell against the Sydney Roosters, but there will still be about 40,000 turning out on Thursday night to thank... Read more
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News Mail
'Good vibe' at Broncos ahead of Parker's farewellRUGBY LEAGUE: The fact it is a school night may prevent some families with youn
'Good vibe' at Broncos ahead of Parker's farewell
News Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
RUGBY LEAGUE: The fact it is a school night may prevent some families with young children attending Corey Parker's Suncorp Stadium farewell against the Sydney Roosters, but there will still be about 40,000 turning out on Thursday night to thank... Read more
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Daily Examiner
'Good vibe' at Broncos ahead of Parker's farewellRUGBY LEAGUE: The fact it is a school night may prevent some families with youn
'Good vibe' at Broncos ahead of Parker's farewell
Daily Examiner / Posted 2 hours ago
RUGBY LEAGUE: The fact it is a school night may prevent some families with young children attending Corey Parker's Suncorp Stadium farewell against the Sydney Roosters, but there will still be about 40,000 turning out on Thursday night to thank... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
White Ribbon gala successWhite Ribbon gala day was so successful, they had to order more commemorative s
White Ribbon gala success
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 hours ago
White Ribbon gala day was so successful, they had to order more commemorative shirts to meet the demand. The day of rugby league and union, hosted at Tamworth High School, is the focal point of the year-long anti-domestic violence program... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen says he hopes Wallabies won't win Bledisloe Cup 'on his watch'expressed concern about the state of Australian rugby as it struggles to hold f
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen says he hopes Wallabies won't win Bledisloe Cup 'on his watch'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
expressed concern about the state of Australian rugby as it struggles to hold footing with the dominant football codes, rugby league and Aussie rules. "Rugby is an important game, it's a lot more important than just us, we need them to be... Read more
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Manning River Times
Fulltime – a look at Lower North Coast sportunable to rise to the occasion. Forster-Tuncurry halfback Byram Stewart about
Fulltime – a look at Lower North Coast sport
Manning River Times / Posted 3 hours ago
unable to rise to the occasion. Forster-Tuncurry halfback Byram Stewart about to fire out a pass during the Group Three Rugby League elimination semi-final at the Jack Neal Oval. Taree City won 32-28. Colin Harris from Forster-Tuncurry was... Read more
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Manning River Times
Tigers fume at Richards’ dismissalPort City overcame a 12 man Wingham side in the Group Three Rugby League prelim
Tigers fume at Richards’ dismissal
Manning River Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Port City overcame a 12 man Wingham side in the Group Three Rugby League preliminary semi-final at Wingham. THE dismissal of Wingham prop Michael Richards by referee Barry Murray just before halftime proved to be the turning point of the Group Three... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The Whitlams eye new songs and play parlour games on their 25th anniversaryFour Letter Word, the song offers a defiant rejection of Sydney monoculture. "I
The Whitlams eye new songs and play parlour games on their 25th anniversary
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Four Letter Word, the song offers a defiant rejection of Sydney monoculture. "I don't believe in Bondi, I don't believe in rugby league." Beauty in Me (from Little Cloud): A song about a Sydney University student Freedman once saw sitting outside... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Lower grades struggle on sunny afternoonRUGBY LEAGUE: Both Clarence Valley-based Group 2 lower grade sides will have to
Lower grades struggle on sunny afternoon
Daily Examiner / Posted 4 hours ago
RUGBY LEAGUE: Both Clarence Valley-based Group 2 lower grade sides will have to play again in Coffs Harbour to make the grand final after suffering major semi-final losses at McKittrick Park yesterday. It was a thrilling semi-final in the Under-18s... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Winners are grinnersa big success for Guy Mepham, with the dependable No. 9 claiming the player-of-
Winners are grinners
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 hours ago
a big success for Guy Mepham, with the dependable No. 9 claiming the player-of-the-match award in Inverell’s 42-28 Group 19 rugby league grand final triumph against the MacIntyre Warriors on Sunday. Having played as a junior at Inverell a decade... Read more
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Western Advocate
Mudgee Dragons to appeal two-year ban on young-gunThe red and whites have taken their case to the Country Rugby League BANNED: H
Mudgee Dragons to appeal two-year ban on young-gun
Western Advocate / Posted 4 hours ago
The red and whites have taken their case to the Country Rugby League BANNED: Hartley Sutton won't be available to play for Mudgee until the 2019 season unless the club successfully has its appeal of a two-year ban downgraded. MUDGEE will appeal a... Read more
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Northern Star
Cudgen march past CasinoCUDGEN have thumped Casino 44-6 in the Northern Rivers Regional Rugby League (N
Cudgen march past Casino
Northern Star / Posted 4 hours ago
CUDGEN have thumped Casino 44-6 in the Northern Rivers Regional Rugby League (NRRRL) semi-final at Queen Elizabeth Park, Casino on Sunday. The win over Casino, who Cudgen failed to defeat on two occasions during the season, moves the Hornets into... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Prisoner released for the day to help team win grand finalBlacks win league grand final A convicted armed robber was allowed out of a Ne
Prisoner released for the day to help team win grand final
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 hours ago
Blacks win league grand final A convicted armed robber was allowed out of a New South Wales prison to help his team win a rugby league grand final. Acura "Junior" Niuqila, 32, took the field for the Redfern All Blacks as they defeated the Coogee... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Mudgee Dragons to appeal two-year ban on young-gunThe red and whites have taken their case to the Country Rugby League BANNED: H
Mudgee Dragons to appeal two-year ban on young-gun
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 hours ago
The red and whites have taken their case to the Country Rugby League BANNED: Hartley Sutton won't be available to play for Mudgee until the 2019 season unless the club successfully has its appeal of a two-year ban downgraded. MUDGEE will appeal a... Read more
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News Mail
QRL responds to Bundaberg's junior rugby league brawlUPDATE 10:10AM: THE Queensland Rugby League is confident security was good enou
QRL responds to Bundaberg's junior rugby league brawl
News Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
UPDATE 10:10AM: THE Queensland Rugby League is confident security was good enough during yesterday's under 15 game between Wests and Burrum that ended in a brawl. Releasing a statement and talking to the media, the association has publicly condemned... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Could Benji be blowing up Storm down south?as his career blossomed. Never was there a dull moment watching Benji play and
Could Benji be blowing up Storm down south?
Daily Examiner / Posted 5 hours ago
as his career blossomed. Never was there a dull moment watching Benji play and he epitomised the term attacking rugby league. His past couple of years, though, have been substandard. His career has dipped dramatically since he was... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Three-peat for BoomerangsMoree Boomerangs clinch three reserve grade titles on the trot. The Boomerangs
Three-peat for Boomerangs
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 hours ago
Moree Boomerangs clinch three reserve grade titles on the trot. The Boomerangs took out the Group 19 rugby league reserve grade premiership for the third successive year as they trounced fellow Moree team the Boars 46-16 on grand final day at Varley... Read more
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Manning River Times
Tigers fume at Richards’ dismissalPort City overcame a 12 man Wingham side in the Group Three Rugby League prelim
Tigers fume at Richards’ dismissal
Manning River Times / Posted 5 hours ago
Port City overcame a 12 man Wingham side in the Group Three Rugby League preliminary semi-final at Wingham. THE dismissal of Wingham prop Michael Richards by referee Barry Murray just before halftime proved to be the turning point of the Group Three... Read more
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Northern Star
Could Benji be blowing up Storm down south?as his career blossomed. Never was there a dull moment watching Benji play and
Could Benji be blowing up Storm down south?
Northern Star / Posted 5 hours ago
as his career blossomed. Never was there a dull moment watching Benji play and he epitomised the term attacking rugby league. His past couple of years, though, have been substandard. His career has dipped dramatically since he was... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Could Benji be blowing up Storm down south?as his career blossomed. Never was there a dull moment watching Benji play and
Could Benji be blowing up Storm down south?
The Daily Mercury / Posted 5 hours ago
as his career blossomed. Never was there a dull moment watching Benji play and he epitomised the term attacking rugby league. His past couple of years, though, have been substandard. His career has dipped dramatically since he was... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Could Benji be blowing up Storm down south?as his career blossomed. Never was there a dull moment watching Benji play and
Could Benji be blowing up Storm down south?
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 5 hours ago
as his career blossomed. Never was there a dull moment watching Benji play and he epitomised the term attacking rugby league. His past couple of years, though, have been substandard. His career has dipped dramatically since he was... Read more
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Queensland Times
Could Benji be blowing up Storm down south?as his career blossomed. Never was there a dull moment watching Benji play and
Could Benji be blowing up Storm down south?
Queensland Times / Posted 6 hours ago
as his career blossomed. Never was there a dull moment watching Benji play and he epitomised the term attacking rugby league. His past couple of years, though, have been substandard. His career has dipped dramatically since he was... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Could Benji be blowing up Storm down south?as his career blossomed. Never was there a dull moment watching Benji play and
Could Benji be blowing up Storm down south?
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 6 hours ago
as his career blossomed. Never was there a dull moment watching Benji play and he epitomised the term attacking rugby league. His past couple of years, though, have been substandard. His career has dipped dramatically since he was... Read more
6 related stories
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News Mail
Could Benji be blowing up Storm down south?as his career blossomed. Never was there a dull moment watching Benji play and
Could Benji be blowing up Storm down south?
News Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
as his career blossomed. Never was there a dull moment watching Benji play and he epitomised the term attacking rugby league. His past couple of years, though, have been substandard. His career has dipped dramatically since he was... Read more
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News Mail
QRL responds to Bundaberg's junior rugby league brawlin the Wests Panthers-Burrum Miners preliminary final. The QRL's response is p
QRL responds to Bundaberg's junior rugby league brawl
News Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
in the Wests Panthers-Burrum Miners preliminary final. The QRL's response is published in full below. "The Queensland Rugby League is aware of a reported incident in the Bundaberg Junior Rugby League that occurred on Sunday August 28 at Salter... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
UPDATE: Security not an issue at brawlUPDATE 10:10AM: THE Queensland Rugby League is confident security was good enou
UPDATE: Security not an issue at brawl
The Daily Mercury / Posted 6 hours ago
UPDATE 10:10AM: THE Queensland Rugby League is confident security was good enough during yesterday's under 15 game between Wests and Burrum that ended in a brawl. Releasing a statement and talking to the media, the association has publicly condemned... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
UPDATE: Security not an issue at brawlUPDATE 10:10AM: THE Queensland Rugby League is confident security was good enou
UPDATE: Security not an issue at brawl
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 6 hours ago
UPDATE 10:10AM: THE Queensland Rugby League is confident security was good enough during yesterday's under 15 game between Wests and Burrum that ended in a brawl. Releasing a statement and talking to the media, the association has publicly condemned... Read more
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Queensland Times
UPDATE: Security not an issue at brawlUPDATE 10:10AM: THE Queensland Rugby League is confident security was good enou
UPDATE: Security not an issue at brawl
Queensland Times / Posted 7 hours ago
UPDATE 10:10AM: THE Queensland Rugby League is confident security was good enough during yesterday's under 15 game between Wests and Burrum that ended in a brawl. Releasing a statement and talking to the media, the association has publicly condemned... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
UPDATE: Security not an issue at brawlUPDATE 10:10AM: THE Queensland Rugby League is confident security was good enou
UPDATE: Security not an issue at brawl
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 7 hours ago
UPDATE 10:10AM: THE Queensland Rugby League is confident security was good enough during yesterday's under 15 game between Wests and Burrum that ended in a brawl. Releasing a statement and talking to the media, the association has publicly condemned... Read more
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News Mail
UPDATE: Security not an issue at brawlUPDATE 10:10AM: THE Queensland Rugby League is confident security was good enou
UPDATE: Security not an issue at brawl
News Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
UPDATE 10:10AM: THE Queensland Rugby League is confident security was good enough during yesterday's under 15 game between Wests and Burrum that ended in a brawl. Releasing a statement and talking to the media, the association has publicly condemned... Read more
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Canberra Times
The Whitlams eye new songs and play parlour games on their 25th anniversaryFour Letter Word, the song offers a defiant rejection of Sydney monoculture. "I
The Whitlams eye new songs and play parlour games on their 25th anniversary
Canberra Times / Posted 8 hours ago
Four Letter Word, the song offers a defiant rejection of Sydney monoculture. "I don't believe in Bondi, I don't believe in rugby league." Beauty in Me (from Little Cloud): A song about a Sydney University student Freedman once saw sitting outside... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Jim celebrates his 100th yearand eventually retire. The school captain was a popular lad and showed real ta
Jim celebrates his 100th year
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 hours ago
and eventually retire. The school captain was a popular lad and showed real talent on the tennis court, cricket pitch and rugby league field. His collection of tennis championship trophies are still on display at the Kyabram Tennis Club. In 1940... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The Whitlams eye new songs and play parlour games on their 25th anniversaryFour Letter Word, the song offers a defiant rejection of Sydney monoculture. "I
The Whitlams eye new songs and play parlour games on their 25th anniversary
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
Four Letter Word, the song offers a defiant rejection of Sydney monoculture. "I don't believe in Bondi, I don't believe in rugby league." Beauty in Me (from Little Cloud): A song about a Sydney University student Freedman once saw sitting outside... Read more
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WA Today
The Whitlams eye new songs and play parlour games on their 25th anniversaryFour Letter Word, the song offers a defiant rejection of Sydney monoculture. "I
The Whitlams eye new songs and play parlour games on their 25th anniversary
WA Today / Posted 9 hours ago
Four Letter Word, the song offers a defiant rejection of Sydney monoculture. "I don't believe in Bondi, I don't believe in rugby league." Beauty in Me (from Little Cloud): A song about a Sydney University student Freedman once saw sitting outside... Read more
4 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
Jim celebrates his 100th yearand eventually retire. The school captain was a popular lad and showed real ta
Jim celebrates his 100th year
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 hours ago
and eventually retire. The school captain was a popular lad and showed real talent on the tennis court, cricket pitch and rugby league field. His collection of tennis championship trophies are still on display at the Kyabram Tennis Club. In 1940... Read more
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The Young Witness
Jim celebrates his 100th yearand eventually retire. The school captain was a popular lad and showed real ta
Jim celebrates his 100th year
The Young Witness / Posted 9 hours ago
and eventually retire. The school captain was a popular lad and showed real talent on the tennis court, cricket pitch and rugby league field. His collection of tennis championship trophies are still on display at the Kyabram Tennis Club. In 1940... Read more
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