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Angry Geale says WBA title should not have been taken from him

geale sturmDaniel Geale is angry, annoyed and frustrated by the "unfair" decision to strip him of his WBA middleweight Super boxing title before he has even received the belt he famously earned in Germany two months ago.

The WBA decided at their annual convention in Jakarta last week to strip Geale of the title because of his decision to fight Anthony Mundine instead of their regular middleweight world champion Gennady...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 08 November 2012 11:57

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Murri boys do us proud on tour of Hawaii

Qld murri_mens_&_hawaiian_chiefsBy National Indigenous Times Rugby League reporter Tony Currie

One would think a tour to Hawaii would be filled with sun, surf and sand. The Arthur Beetson Foundation Queensland Murri Men's tour had a little of the above but a hectic six day schedule meant there was very little relaxation time for the team.

 

The tour was designed...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 08 November 2012 11:56

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