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George Rose to join St George Illawarra

St George Illawarra have announced that journeyman prop George Rose has agreed to a one year contract for the 2015 NRL season.

Rose will join the Dragons after playing just nine matches for Melbourne during his one and only season with the Storm this year.

It will be 31 year old's fourth NRL club after debuting with the Sydney Roosters in 2004 and winning the 2011 premiership and World Club Challenge during an eight season stint at Manly.

Rose was the Sea Eagles player of the year in 2009 and has also made four...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 07:07

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Lyneham win at Buroinjin for Djijah Whyman Memorial Cup

SportLyneham 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...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2014 08:59

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