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All Stars a highlight for women

all stars_womenAlthough the Women's Indigenous All Stars were comprehensively beaten 38-6 by the Women's NRL All Stars in the 2013 Harvey Norman Rugby League All Stars game played at Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium, their co-Captain Teresa Anderson said the experience and exposure is greater than the final score.

"It's a good forward step," said Teresa of the attention she receives from playing on the undercard of the...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 15 February 2013 12:42

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Argun Warriors win Murri v Koori carnival in Brisbane

argun warriors_winnersThe journey for both the Newcastle Yowies and the Argun Warriors to the "Arthur Beetson Foundation" Murri V Koori State Challenge could be considered polar opposites.

The Yowies had the luxury of flying direct from Newcastle to Brisbane whilst members of the Argon Warriors had to endure a mail-run from Badu Island in the Torres Strait. This included the customary dingy voyage to board...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 15 February 2013 12:41

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