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Dylan Farrell works to give something back to his family and the community

dylan farrellSouth Sydney winger Dylan Farrell is proud to encourage Aboriginal students to go to university even though his own education has been restricted to Rugby League's school of hard knocks.

The 20 year old, who left school at 16 to focus on his shot with the Rabbitohs, uses his profile to inspire youngsters to work towards scholastic success.

"I want to give back to the community," Farrell...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 01 June 2012 09:37

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Whiz kid Barba’s defence leads Canterbury to another strong win

ben barbaCanterbury's try scoring whiz, Ben Barba showed it's not only his amazing try scoring talents that make him such a valuable member of this Bulldogs team.

The mercurial fullback turned in a simply amazing performance to save what appeared to be two certain tries in Canterbury's strong 30-12 win against the Sydney Roosters in Sydney on Monday night.

Barba somehow managed to prevent Easts fullback, Anthony...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 01 June 2012 09:36

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