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Beale may consider league after union

aapone kurtley_bealeWallabies five eighth Kurtley Beale says a stint in Rugby League might be in his future following a cross-code training session with NRL premiers Melbourne.

The Rebels Super Rugby star hit the training paddock for the first time since Australia's tour of the UK and Europe late last year and he sweated it out in a two hour session with the Storm.

The Storm are renowned for their...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 14 February 2013 16:36

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All Stars camp a cultural hit

indigenous campJohnathan Thurston, Greg Inglis, Nathan Merritt, Matt Bowen and Sam Thaiday combined forces to bring together almost all of the NRL players of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage at the inaugural NRL Indigenous Players Camp on the Sunshine Coast last weekend.

The leadership and cultural awareness camp was held on the eve of the 2013 Harvey Norman Rugby League All Stars week of...

 

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