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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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Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 October 2014 07:57

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Nathan Riley Dubbo’s first runner selected for New York Marathon

For the first time in Indigenous Marathon Project (IMP) history, Dubbo will be represented at the world's largest marathon when local IMP runner, Nathan Riley takes his place at the start line of the New York City Marathon in November.

In an intimate presentation ceremony held at Alice Springs, Nathan was officially selected in the 2014 IMP squad to run alongside tens of thousands of elite runners and running enthusiasts in one of the world's biggest marathons.

Nathan becomes the first IMP runner from Dubbo to be selected to...

 

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