Bush Beat

Walshaw, Nick; Logue, Matt; Costigan, Jason
April 2006
Rugby League Week;4/5/2006, p44
The article presents information on developments related to rugby football. A former Canberra rookie lower-grader recommended by rugby football coach Laurie Daley will make his premiership debut for Junee at Tumbarumba. Narromine captain-coach Rob Blake was furious after the premiers were hammered 74-6 by Wellington in the grand final rematch at Cale Oval. Rugby football player Clint Giddings bagged 24 points as Penrith Panthers opened their 2006 campaign in style with a 90-6 flogging of Orange Hawks at Carrington Park.


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