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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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The legendary Daisy brothers travel to see Prince in action

scott princeBush footy legends Vern and Frank Daisy would have loved the chance to play for an Indigenous All-Stars team.

Anybody who played against the Mt Isa brothers in the 1970s and 1980s would be glad the concept is only in its fourth year.

Vern, 65, and Frank, 62, made the trek to the big smoke to see their first Rugby League All-Stars match in the flesh and they could not be more excited about the clash...

 

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