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Arakwal Eagles soar to victory

IMG 6258Eagles are known to soar and like their namesakes, the Arakwal Eagles did just that recently.

The Eagles proved too powerful for all-comers at the recent two day Rugby League knockout carnival at Byron Bay, on the New South Wales far north coast, one of many leading up to the State-wide tournament next month.

The home side, captained by Alwyn Roberts, were challenged by Cubawee in the final but prevailed...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 04 October 2012 12:32

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de Castella names his teams for New York and Boston marathons

marathon runners_and_de-castellaAs the sun rose over Alice Springs in the early hours of Saturday morning, nine Indigenous athletes from across the country conquered the biggest challenge of their short running careers.

Korey Summers, Nat Heath, Jurgean Tabuai, Kieren De Santis, Justin Gaykamangu, Marius Clarke, Amber Parker and Grace Eather overcame their fears to smash their 30km test event and...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 04 October 2012 12:31

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