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The North West Star
The inside story of how the Bulldogs lost their waya secret meeting at the Pullman Hotel at Sydney Olympic Park on April 3 earlier
The North West Star / Posted 2 hours ago
a secret meeting at the Pullman Hotel at Sydney Olympic Park on April 3 earlier this year. Well, as secure as anything in rugby league can be in these confusing and mysterious times. Sitting around the table were Bulldogs chairman Ray Dib, chief... Read more
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The Age
The inside story of how the Bulldogs lost their way - and Des Hasler was sackeda secret meeting at the Pullman Hotel at Sydney Olympic Park on April 3 earlier
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
a secret meeting at the Pullman Hotel at Sydney Olympic Park on April 3 earlier this year. Well, as secure as anything in rugby league can be in these confusing and mysterious times. Club powerbrokers: Ray Dib from the Bulldogs and Roosters... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The inside story of how the Bulldogs lost their way - and Des Hasler was sackeda secret meeting at the Pullman Hotel at Sydney Olympic Park on April 3 earlier
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
a secret meeting at the Pullman Hotel at Sydney Olympic Park on April 3 earlier this year. Well, as secure as anything in rugby league can be in these confusing and mysterious times. Club powerbrokers: Ray Dib from the Bulldogs and Roosters... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Officers on sporting field for Police LegacyGraeme Donnelly Memorial Cup was launched on Wednesday at North Wollongong PCYC
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 hours ago
Graeme Donnelly Memorial Cup was launched on Wednesday at North Wollongong PCYC for NSW Police Legacy. The charity game of rugby league being played this Sunday afternoon at Collegians Sport Centre at Figtree will involve two teams of Police taking... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Jon Wilkin: We must take a chanceof anxiety and pressure can make people do strange things and I’m not sure it’s
Liverpool Echo / Posted 3 hours ago
of anxiety and pressure can make people do strange things and I’m not sure it’s conducive to producing great games of rugby league. Follow us This website uses cookies. Using this website means you are okay with this but you can find out... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Young dad fighting for life in Spanish hospital after suffering horror facial injuriescomes from Goldborne in Merseyside, attending Golborne High School as a pupil a
Liverpool Echo / Posted 4 hours ago
comes from Goldborne in Merseyside, attending Golborne High School as a pupil and has played for Golborne Parkside Amateur Rugby League Football Club. The fundraising page for Alex can be found at justgiving.com/crowdfunding/ant-unzueta Follow... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Group 4 revamp: new-look competitions get mixed responseTamworth will have four additional rivals next season after a restructuring of
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 hours ago
Tamworth will have four additional rivals next season after a restructuring of first grade. Photo: Gareth Gardner The rugby league community has reacted cautiously to Group 4’s major overhaul of its competitions, with leading figures in the... Read more
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Herald Sun
The debt driving Bromwich’s resurgencecrew of Paul Crawley, Fatima Kdouh and Tom Sangster are joined by Phil Rothfiel
Herald Sun / Posted 6 hours ago
crew of Paul Crawley, Fatima Kdouh and Tom Sangster are joined by Phil Rothfield and Paul Malone to discuss all the latest rugby league news. But blood runs thicker than Powerade. Young brother Kenny has been riding shotgun, if only, at times,... Read more
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The Age
Sydney Roosters: Sonny Bill Williams is still an influence three years after departingthese are the Plays of the Week. The All Blacks utility back raised the bar fo
The Age / Posted 6 hours ago
these are the Plays of the Week. The All Blacks utility back raised the bar for professionalism in his last stint in rugby league by taking notes during video sessions, being the first and last at training sessions and doing extras at every... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Roosters: Sonny Bill Williams is still an influence three years after departingthese are the Plays of the Week. The All Blacks utility back raised the bar fo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
these are the Plays of the Week. The All Blacks utility back raised the bar for professionalism in his last stint in rugby league by taking notes during video sessions, being the first and last at training sessions and doing extras at every... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Meaning takes some beatingperson wanted to know. Actually, to be fair, she mentioned a sports commentator
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 hours ago
person wanted to know. Actually, to be fair, she mentioned a sports commentator. Can you imagine the scene: Queensland gave NSW a drubbing in the State of Origin Rugby League match. No, it will never happen. lauriebarber.com; lbword@midcoast.c... Read more
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Manning River Times
Bullivant named player of the yearForster-Tuncurry's Lisa Bullivant claimed the Group Three Rugby League women's
Manning River Times / Posted 7 hours ago
Forster-Tuncurry's Lisa Bullivant claimed the Group Three Rugby League women's league tag player of the year. Host of accolades: Forster-Tuncurry's Lisa Bullivant was named league tag player of the year, top try scorer and featured in the team of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Dubbo College sport stars shine brightAward for cricket, the Mastellottos for soccer, the Fardells for cross country,
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 hours ago
Award for cricket, the Mastellottos for soccer, the Fardells for cross country, the Ellis’ for basketball, the Dunns with rugby league, Neil Webster for touch and Nita McGrath for netball. “The Dubbo Hockey Association have the name for the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The debt driving Bromwich’s resurgencecrew of Paul Crawley, Fatima Kdouh and Tom Sangster are joined by Phil Rothfiel
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
crew of Paul Crawley, Fatima Kdouh and Tom Sangster are joined by Phil Rothfield and Paul Malone to discuss all the latest rugby league news. But blood runs thicker than Powerade. Young brother Kenny has been riding shotgun, if only, at times,... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Versatile Moon “shocked” to be named player of the yearthe season, and former assistant-coach Chris Plume. Yorkshire Evening Post Sho
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 7 hours ago
the season, and former assistant-coach Chris Plume. Yorkshire Evening Post Shooting Star winner, Ashton Golding, with YEP rugby league writer Peter Smith, left, and readers competition winner Alex Dunhill. Supporters player of the year Matt... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
The debt driving Bromwich’s resurgencecrew of Paul Crawley, Fatima Kdouh and Tom Sangster are joined by Phil Rothfiel
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 8 hours ago
crew of Paul Crawley, Fatima Kdouh and Tom Sangster are joined by Phil Rothfield and Paul Malone to discuss all the latest rugby league news. But blood runs thicker than Powerade. Young brother Kenny has been riding shotgun, if only, at times,... Read more
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News.com.au
The debt driving Bromwich’s resurgencecrew of Paul Crawley, Fatima Kdouh and Tom Sangster are joined by Phil Rothfiel
News.com.au / Posted 8 hours ago
crew of Paul Crawley, Fatima Kdouh and Tom Sangster are joined by Phil Rothfield and Paul Malone to discuss all the latest rugby league news. But blood runs thicker than Powerade. Young brother Kenny has been riding shotgun, if only, at times,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canterbury Bulldogs chairman Ray Dib certain Kieran Foran and Aaron Woods will be at Belmore in 2018We're going to open it up and we're going to look for the best possible person.
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 hours ago
We're going to open it up and we're going to look for the best possible person." The Bulldogs are without a head coach, chief executive and captain at the moment. Rugby League World Cup boss Andrew Hill will take over as chief executive in Decem... Read more
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The Age
Canterbury Bulldogs chairman Ray Dib certain Kieran Foran and Aaron Woods will be at Belmore in 2018We're going to open it up and we're going to look for the best possible person.
The Age / Posted 8 hours ago
We're going to open it up and we're going to look for the best possible person." The Bulldogs are without a head coach, chief executive and captain at the moment. Rugby League World Cup boss Andrew Hill will take over as chief executive in Decem... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The grand theatre of rugby league | Photos, videoall due to their defence. It’s an intro not many would have expected when the
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 11 hours ago
all due to their defence. It’s an intro not many would have expected when the Warriors took on Narwan Eels in the Group 19 rugby league grand final on Saturday at Boggabilla. Both teams are renowned for their attack, but the Warriors especially... Read more
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The Border Mail
Australia Day review: 'A few cans short of a barbecue'met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle
The Border Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle Eastern migrants. Brothers Dean and Jason, rugby league-loving suburban skippy boys, think he raped their sister Chloe (Isabelle Cornish) and gave her drugs. Sami is... Read more
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The Courier
Australia Day review: 'A few cans short of a barbecue'met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle
The Courier / Posted 11 hours ago
met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle Eastern migrants. Brothers Dean and Jason, rugby league-loving suburban skippy boys, think he raped their sister Chloe (Isabelle Cornish) and gave her drugs. Sami is... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Australia Day review: 'A few cans short of a barbecue'met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 hours ago
met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle Eastern migrants. Brothers Dean and Jason, rugby league-loving suburban skippy boys, think he raped their sister Chloe (Isabelle Cornish) and gave her drugs. Sami is... Read more
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The Young Witness
Australia Day review: 'A few cans short of a barbecue'met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle
The Young Witness / Posted 11 hours ago
met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle Eastern migrants. Brothers Dean and Jason, rugby league-loving suburban skippy boys, think he raped their sister Chloe (Isabelle Cornish) and gave her drugs. Sami is... Read more
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Western Advocate
Australia Day review: 'A few cans short of a barbecue'met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle
Western Advocate / Posted 12 hours ago
met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle Eastern migrants. Brothers Dean and Jason, rugby league-loving suburban skippy boys, think he raped their sister Chloe (Isabelle Cornish) and gave her drugs. Sami is... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Australia Day review: 'A few cans short of a barbecue'met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle
Kiama Independent / Posted 12 hours ago
met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle Eastern migrants. Brothers Dean and Jason, rugby league-loving suburban skippy boys, think he raped their sister Chloe (Isabelle Cornish) and gave her drugs. Sami is... Read more
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Manning River Times
Australia Day review: 'A few cans short of a barbecue'met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle
Manning River Times / Posted 12 hours ago
met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle Eastern migrants. Brothers Dean and Jason, rugby league-loving suburban skippy boys, think he raped their sister Chloe (Isabelle Cornish) and gave her drugs. Sami is... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Australia Day review: 'A few cans short of a barbecue'met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 12 hours ago
met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle Eastern migrants. Brothers Dean and Jason, rugby league-loving suburban skippy boys, think he raped their sister Chloe (Isabelle Cornish) and gave her drugs. Sami is... Read more
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The North West Star
Australia Day review: 'A few cans short of a barbecue'met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle
The North West Star / Posted 12 hours ago
met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle Eastern migrants. Brothers Dean and Jason, rugby league-loving suburban skippy boys, think he raped their sister Chloe (Isabelle Cornish) and gave her drugs. Sami is... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Australia Day review: 'A few cans short of a barbecue'met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 hours ago
met. The dark-skinned young man is Sami (Elias Anton), from a family of Middle Eastern migrants. Brothers Dean and Jason, rugby league-loving suburban skippy boys, think he raped their sister Chloe (Isabelle Cornish) and gave her drugs. Sami is... Read more
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WA Today
Sex, Kerry Packer and videotape: looking back at the night TV failed the taste testshifting line; interpreting it is like being sent onto a field blindfolded and
WA Today / Posted 12 hours ago
shifting line; interpreting it is like being sent onto a field blindfolded and playing a game which rotates between rugby, rugby league, Australian Rules and soccer. There is the business of comedic offence, where offence isn't so much taken, as... Read more
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Manning River Times
Ralph Saunders on Friday Sport Talkthe voice of Ngarralinyi Radio’s popular Back Yard Footy Show as well as being
Manning River Times / Posted 13 hours ago
the voice of Ngarralinyi Radio’s popular Back Yard Footy Show as well as being the manager of the Biripi Sharks Rugby League team. Ralph Saunders will also be the guest on this week’s Friday Sport Talk on the Manning River Times... Read more
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The North West Star
How a Johnathan Thurston snubbing changed Latrell Mitchellreason is Johnathan Thurston. But not for the reason you'd expect from a player
The North West Star / Posted 13 hours ago
reason is Johnathan Thurston. But not for the reason you'd expect from a player who has done more for the kids supporting rugby league than any other in the NRL. You can't fault Thurston, especially considering the time and energy he puts back... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Skip calls out Dogs’ ugly act of betrayalchance of holding the clipboard in Australia next year is if he takes charge of
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
chance of holding the clipboard in Australia next year is if he takes charge of the Blues. But Ray Dib is also on the NSW Rugby League board, meaning if Hasler does detour into Origin coaching, he’d be hired by one of the men responsible for... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
NZ Resident 18s to Face Taurahere in Auckland this SaturdayResident 18s to Face Taurahere in Auckland this Saturday Wednesday, 20 Septembe
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 15 hours ago
Resident 18s to Face Taurahere in Auckland this Saturday Wednesday, 20 September 2017, 11:09 amPress Release: New Zealand Rugby League NZ Resident 18s to face Taurahere this Saturday This Saturday at Bruce Pulman Park, New Zealand Resident 18s... Read more
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Canberra Times
Sex, Kerry Packer and videotape: looking back at the night TV failed the taste testshifting line; interpreting it is like being sent onto a field blindfolded and
Canberra Times / Posted 15 hours ago
shifting line; interpreting it is like being sent onto a field blindfolded and playing a game which rotates between rugby, rugby league, Australian Rules and soccer. There is the business of comedic offence, where offence isn't so much taken, as... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sex, Kerry Packer and videotape: looking back at the night TV failed the taste testshifting line; interpreting it is like being sent onto a field blindfolded and
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
shifting line; interpreting it is like being sent onto a field blindfolded and playing a game which rotates between rugby, rugby league, Australian Rules and soccer. There is the business of comedic offence, where offence isn't so much taken, as... Read more
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The Age
Sex, Kerry Packer and videotape: looking back at the night TV failed the taste testshifting line; interpreting it is like being sent onto a field blindfolded and
The Age / Posted 18 hours ago
shifting line; interpreting it is like being sent onto a field blindfolded and playing a game which rotates between rugby, rugby league, Australian Rules and soccer. There is the business of comedic offence, where offence isn't so much taken, as... Read more
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Canberra Times
How a Johnathan Thurston snubbing changed the way Latrell Mitchell approached the NRLreason is Johnathan Thurston. But not for the reason you'd expect from a player
Canberra Times / Posted 20 hours ago
reason is Johnathan Thurston. But not for the reason you'd expect from a player who has done more for the kids supporting rugby league than any other in the NRL. Last man: Latrell Mitchell giving a Roosters football to a new mum for her baby.... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Heart screening in memory of Wath Brow rugby starwe will endeavour to help with." And she thanked, on behalf of Gavin's family
Whitehaven News / Posted 20 hours ago
we will endeavour to help with." And she thanked, on behalf of Gavin's family and friends, "everybody who has been involved in setting this foundation up. Long may it last and may it grow across the Rugby League family and other sports in the ar... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
How a Johnathan Thurston snubbing changed Latrell Mitchellreason is Johnathan Thurston. But not for the reason you'd expect from a player
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 22 hours ago
reason is Johnathan Thurston. But not for the reason you'd expect from a player who has done more for the kids supporting rugby league than any other in the NRL. You can't fault Thurston, especially considering the time and energy he puts back... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Altus earns another accoladefor a second Trans-Tasman tourney this year after being named in the NSW Combin
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 22 hours ago
for a second Trans-Tasman tourney this year after being named in the NSW Combined High Schools Sports Association U17’s rugby league development squad. Farrer's Max Altus will tour New Zealand later in the year. The Year 11 student is only... Read more
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Daily Mail
What happened to other sport stars who attempted to become boxers?player, Anthony Mundine is one of Australia's most successful — and most contro
Daily Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
player, Anthony Mundine is one of Australia's most successful — and most controversial — multi-sport stars. But it was in rugby league that he originally made his name. Having made his professional debut at 18, he was poised to become the NRL's... Read more
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walesonline
The story of Scott Quinnell's life of defiancesmile says it all Professional rugby was in its infancy, Richmond RFC, who Qui
walesonline / Posted yesterday
smile says it all Professional rugby was in its infancy, Richmond RFC, who Quinnell joined after returning from rugby league, were about to implode and after becoming unhappy in London Quinnell headed back to his beloved Llanelli having... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Wakefield Trinity stadium saga still not resolvedprogress had been made on plans for a community stadium at Newmarket Lane when
Wakefield Today / Posted yesterday
progress had been made on plans for a community stadium at Newmarket Lane when club chairman Michael Carter had to give Rugby League bosses a crucial update on July 31. Mr Carter is reportedly considering whether Trinity will stay at Belle Vue... Read more
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CTV News
Toronto Wolfpack and captain Craig Hall earn end-of-year rugby league honoursThe Toronto Wolfpack and captain Craig Hall were honoured Monday night with Eng
CTV News / Posted yesterday
The Toronto Wolfpack and captain Craig Hall were honoured Monday night with English rugby league awards. The first-year Wolfpack were named club of the year in the Kingstone Press League 1 while Hall won player of the year honours in England's third... Read more
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Canberra Times
Disgruntled player agent Jim Marinis eyes court action against AFL Players Associationintensified his aim at the players association, former general manager of playe
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
intensified his aim at the players association, former general manager of player relations Ian Prendergast, who is now with rugby league, and Braden Stokes, who remains in player relations with the AFLPA. It has also emerged he is preparing to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Fremantle Dockers women's side to open Perth Stadiumhome game at Fremantle Oval last season. Photo: Brendan Foster It was first th
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
home game at Fremantle Oval last season. Photo: Brendan Foster It was first thought the NRL had trumped the AFL with a rugby league double-header featuring NRL clubs the South Sydney Rabbitohs and Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs against... Read more
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Canberra Times
Our best 22: Subiaco Oval classics rememberedlandscape forever more. One argument was settled. We had a national competition
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
landscape forever more. One argument was settled. We had a national competition just a decade later and nationally it's rugby league that now owns State-of-Origin. (2)Perth wins 1955 Grand Final: Defending stoutly against a howling westerly sea... Read more
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The News and Star
Distington and Egremont Rangers A both pick up silverwareCup final, and Ellenborough, on the September 30, in the EB Lamb Amateur Cup Fi
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
Cup final, and Ellenborough, on the September 30, in the EB Lamb Amateur Cup Final. Supporters of Cumbria Amateur Rugby League have been treated to some fine rugby in the recent finals, and the Iggesund Cumberland ARL Grand Final was no... Read more
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