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Wallabies skipper hoping Beale stays

Wallabies captain Michael Hooper admits losing Kurtley Beale to Rugby League or a cashed-up offshore outfit would be a massive blow to Australian Rugby.

But he will also accept whatever the troubled playmaker decides to do.

"With modern day professional sport, any decision anyone makes for personal reasons, I would back," Hooper said.

Off contract at the end of the year and awaiting the outcome of an ARU investigation into his in-flight verbal altercation with Wallabies management, Beale faces an uncertain playing...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 October 2014 07:57

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Rose brothers lead Walgett to Koori Knockout glory

The Rose brothers led by big brother George, a five star performance from Noel Underwood and the return to the football field of William "Bubba" Kennedy were key elements in an inspiring 28-16 win by Walgett Aboriginal Connection against Newcastle All Blacks in the final of the Koori Rugby League knockout at Raymond Terrace, Newcastle last Monday.

The win was especially sweet for the Rose family, giving the boys their third Koori knockout title. George was named the Player of the Tournament to cap a wonderful weekend for the Rose...

 

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