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Hoffman and Wallace lead “Baby Broncos” to big win over Easts

broncos josh_hoffmanBrisbane returned to second spot on the NRL ladder in fine style on Sunday as their latest crop of young talent guided the Broncos to a 40-22 win over Sydney Roosters.

In a game marred by a series of controversial calls by match officials Matt Cecchin and Adam Devcich and video referee Bernard Sutton, Anthony Griffin's under-strength side deserved their victory achieved despite the absence...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 14 June 2012 14:55

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AFL greats Andrew McLeod and Phil Narkle to face off in under 16 titles

darren---AFL-AndrewMcLeod-1By National Indigenous Times AFL reporter Darren Moncrieff

Saturday July 14 promises to be a big day for two former football greats who will meet in Sydney, magnetic board in hand hoping to go one up on each other.

 

West Australian football great, Phil Narkle and AFL legend, Andrew McLeod will go head-to-head as rival coaches at the AFL's...

 

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