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Williams on road to recovery with goal against Brisbane Roar

soccer david_williamsDavid Williams returned to his former hunting ground and did what was expected of him in kicking a goal for Melbourne Heart's 4-1 belting of the Brisbane Roar in the A-League Soccer competition.

Williams played two matches for the Roar as a 17 year old in January 2006 before joining Danish club Brondby, where he stayed until returning to the A-League in 2009 to join North Queensland...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 November 2012 09:37

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League stars show their class in meet, greet with Prince Charlie

greg inglis_&_prince_charlesIt takes some effort to unsettle Greg Bird but the Gold Coast hardman was left flustered by a 63 year old last Friday.

The New South Wales and Australia representative met Prince Charles as Rugby League showed off its Indigenous roots - via a game on the beach involving NRL stars Greg Inglis, Willie Tonga and Bird.

And despite being coached in how to present...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 November 2012 09:36

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