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Beale delivers last minute magic

kurtley bealeKurtley Beale scored a sensational long range try in the dying seconds to give the Wallabies a 14-12 win against Wales at Millennium Stadium in Wales to send captain Nathan Sharpe out a winner in his final Test.

In the 80th minute, replacement centre Mike Harris rocketed onto a Berrick Barnes pass before finding reserve lock Dave Dennis who went tearing down the right touchline before popping a ball...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 January 2013 20:44

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Coen celebrates Kaantju’s John Bowen carnival win

cooktown cupBy Mark Graham

The community of Coen was all smiles following their team Kaantju turning in a convincing performance to defeat Hope Vale's Mulla Yuppaz 46-18 to win the fourth annual John Bowen Memorial Rugby League Carnival at Cooktown.

The victory, which carried prizemoney of $9000 for the winners, was convincing after both sides had completed the preliminary rounds of the carnival locked...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 29 November 2012 09:30

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