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Walgett’s primary school campus Rugby League sides have a May to remember

walgett junior_footy_sideWalgett Community School's primary campus year five-six Rugby League side recently dominated western tournaments during a month of May to remember.

The Walgett side captured both Bourke's Outback Challenge on May 3 and the Coonamble David Peachey Shield title on May 30.

Walgett beat schools across the west at both Bourke and Coonamble, toppling the talented Gulargambone...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 21 June 2012 14:00

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Inglis’ contract for life

greg inglisGreg Inglis is expected to be offered a multi-million

dollar contract by South Sydney to tie him to the club

for the rest of his Rugby League career and set him

up for life.

Souths owner, Russell Crowe has said he is prepared to

support the club's plan to lock Inglis to the club in a deal

that is expected to exceed $1 million a season for at least

four...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 14 June 2012 15:11

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