Marshall, Matt
April 2005
Rugby League Week;4/20/2005, p45
The article reports that John Dixon, coach of rugby team Clydesdales, praised the attitude of former Test forward Dane Carlaw after his side's impressive 47-16 thumping of Wynnum at Kougari Oval. Recovering from off-season shoulder surgery, Carlaw played the house down in his first state league appearance since 1999, before a late "burner" again cast doubt over his suspect shoulder. Carlaw's confidence received a major boost before a late jarring of his shoulder soured his day. Furthermore, the article presents information on upcoming rugby matches.


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