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Tahu resurgence helps Newcastle to score their second straight win

timana tahuNewcastle's mid-season revival stretched to back-to-back NRL wins after disposing of a lacklustre Parramatta 20-12 on Saturday night.

Backing up from Monday night's upset win over Wests Tigers, the Knights scored three tries early in the second half to put the Eels away - their run without consecutive wins stretching to just less than two years.

Having been appointed as the Eels' new director of...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 July 2012 12:00

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WAFL’s NAIDOC Week celebrations are underway

gary dhurrkayBy National Indigenous Times AFL reporter Darren Moncrieff

He left this world way too early; his impact on football at home and abroad never forgotten. Now, his former WAFL club East Fremantle has paid homage to Gary Dhurrkay during the league's NAIDOC Round at the weekend.

 

The Gary Dhurrrkay Medal was struck to be awarded to the Sharks' best reserves player in their...

 

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