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Tanisha Stanton signed up for Rugby Sevens

The talented New South Wales netballer and touch football representative, Tanisha Stanton has been signed by the Australian Rugby Union for the Rugby Sevens Program.

Tanisha, who was born in Dubbo and now lives at Newcastle, has represented Australia and New South Wales in netball at the under 17 and under 19 level as well as touch football at national level.

Another football star, Greg Inglis has rated her one of the most talented sportspeople he has seen.

"I'm absolutely stoked to be joining the squad with all...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 September 2014 08:44

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Mundine to fight Belarusian KO king

Anthony MundineAnthony Mundine will attempt to reignite his boxing career with a bout against unbeaten Belarusian knockout master Sergey Rabchenko.

Mundine will battle Rabchenko, who has recorded 18 of his 25 victories by KO, for the WBC silver light middleweight title on November 12 at Melbourne's Hisense Arena.

Mundine is 39 and was knocked down five times in his most recent fight, a unanimous points...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 September 2014 19:07

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