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No NRL players allowed

koori knockout_winnersBy National Indigenous Times Editor Stephen Hagan

Who wouldn't want to attend a Rugby League game that features Newcastle's dual international Timana Tahu, high profile Parramatta halfback Chris Sandow, Canberra Raider's try scoring wizard Reece Robinson, Cronulla five eighth Albert Kelly and former South Sydney popular half back Wes Patten?

 

Sadly the rules of the...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 04 October 2012 13:31

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Moree Boomerangs are back after 12 years in Rugby League purgatory

moree boomerangsEverywhere you look there are Moree Boomerangs. Stuck up in shop fronts, grog shops, anywhere really where people might see these smiling Indigenous warriors beneath a

headline that screams Say No To Domestic Violence.

"Anyone pictured who can't do that, who can't say 'no', they are gone," President, Mitchell Johnson said.

This is what it...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 04 October 2012 13:29

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