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Pendle Today
Dramatic finale at Ghyll in President’s Day eventDavid Cockell 40 points (back 9 card play-off); 5, Johnny McGeashie 40 points.
Pendle Today / Posted 3 days ago
David Cockell 40 points (back 9 card play-off); 5, Johnny McGeashie 40 points. Front 9 – Ken Inman - 20 points. Back 9 – Steve Mortimer - 21 points. Mid 6 – Anthony Foulger - 15 points. Senior Prize – Derek Hartley - 38 points. Nearest the pin... Read more
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The Courier Mail
No room for Mal, Hayne in allstar teamscan hold its own in any era.” “Brandy” went with Parramatta legend Peter Sterl
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
can hold its own in any era.” “Brandy” went with Parramatta legend Peter Sterling at halfback, snubbing Bulldogs legend Steve Mortimer. And he wasn’t the only huge name left out of the line-up as Queenslander Mal Meninga couldn’t crack a spot in... Read more
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The Border Mail
River and ocean cruises hosted by celebrities in 2017: Would you take a cruise with a famous person?of Medical Research. See chimuadventures.com Closer to home, sports fans can m
The Border Mail / Posted 19 days ago
of Medical Research. See chimuadventures.com Closer to home, sports fans can meet rugby league stars Steve Price and Steve Mortimer on P&O Cruises' Holden State of Origin cruise on Pacific Jewel in May, or on Pacific Aria in June. Fares... Read more
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Canberra Times
Des Hasler's future on agenda at Canterbury Bulldogs board meetingover his role Hasler still has important supporters. He survived a torrid board
Canberra Times / Posted 23 days ago
over his role Hasler still has important supporters. He survived a torrid board meeting last October when club legend Steve Mortimer instead fell on his sword and resigned from the football club board after publicly criticising the coach. The... Read more
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Pendle Today
Spencer claims the Hunter Trophy at GhyllCentenary Trophy. The winner was Dave Cockell, with a score of 72-6-66. Divis
Pendle Today / Posted 24 days ago
Centenary Trophy. The winner was Dave Cockell, with a score of 72-6-66. Division One winner was Liam Bowditch with a score of 72-4-68. Division Two winner was Steve Mortimer with 79-10-69, and Division Three winner was Alec Russell with 95-2... Read more

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