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Cameron Hammond plans to do Moree proud with his Olympic Games journey

cameron hammond_kamilaroi_shape_upBy National Indigenous Times reporter Geoff Bagnall

Cameron Hammond is primed for London and the young man from Moree in north-west New South Wales has the pride, hopes and dreams of his community behind him.

 

Community Elder, Lyall Munro Snr has seen Cameron Hammond's journey to the London Olympics pull his town together.

"He has...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 June 2012 12:59

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Ben Barba goes home to deliver the try of the year

ben barbaThe old "flying under the radar" line will no doubt be uttered again by eccentric Canterbury coach Des Hasler.

But it seems he will need to think up a new mantra after his Bulldogs stamped their NRL premiership credentials with a convincing 20-4 win over leaders Melbourne last Sunday.

Indeed Hasler's Bulldogs are as conspicuous as Canterbury fullback Ben Barba is in his hometown of Mackay after downing...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 June 2012 12:58

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