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Lyneham High School has beaten the ACT Brumbies, Canberra's UC Capitals and a host of community and schools teams in the inaugural Djijah Whyman Memorial Cup. The Buroinjin tournament, which is an Indigenous form of handball, was held to raise awareness and funds for suicide awareness among youth in the Canberra community. Named in honour of Djijah Whyman, a young man who took his own life two years ago, the day, despite its sad genesis, was declared a great success. With high school children playing the likes of the Brumbies, which included some former Wallabies such as Andrew... Read more
By his own admission Matty Bowen experienced a disappointing start to his first season in Super League and even the disappointment of a grand final loss by Wigan to St Helens last Saturday has not dampened his desire to continue playing. The 32 year old Australian fullback makes no secret of…
Newly appointed Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has opted not to rush Kurtley Beale back for the European tour, feeling the troubled utility needs to take a step away from the spotlight. Cheika's first key decision in the role he accepted only three days ago means Beale won't be joining his Australian…
Some Wayne Bennett tough love may be just what Ben Barba needs to reignite his NRL career, Broncos great Steve Renouf said. Bennett has already begun his player cleanout since resuming the Broncos reins. Ben Hannant has linked with North Queensland, fellow forward Martin Kennedy is believed to be talking to four…
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