Dale, Mitchell
March 2008
Rugby League Week;3/19/2008, p46
The article focuses on the Rugby League football team, Sunshine Coast, now known as the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles. It mentions that the team is confident they will become the 12th Queensland Cup team from 2009 after signing a deal to become Manly's feeder club. Provided that happens, Manly players not selected in the club's National Rugby League (NRL) squad will fly to the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, to play in the Queensland Cup and then fly back to Manly, New South Wales.


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