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Women In League – Joan McDonald

The Men of League Foundation celebrates the NRL’s Women In League Round by saluting the contribution of the many women in its executive team, membership, committees and volunteer base.

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Women In League – Helen Wood Grant

The Men of League Foundation celebrates the NRL’s Women In League Round by saluting the contribution of the many women in its executive team, membership, committees and volunteer base.

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1955: Rabbitohs v Jets – Comeback Kings

Without stars Clive Churchill and Greg Hawick, it looked unlikely that Souths would be able to get their fairy-tale finish against minor premiers and 1954 grand finalists, Newtown.

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1997: Knights v Sea Eagles – Knights to Remember

It was a Cinderella finish for the Newcastle side, fighting their way back from 10-0 and 16-8 down to steal the premiership from the Silvertail’s claws.

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Another outstanding Kick Off Club with the Berowra Wallabies

For the last three years, the Berowra Wallabies junior rugby league club have welcomed the Northern Sydney Men of League Foundation Committee to hold a fundraising Kick Off Club at their Clubhouse, following a gala day of rugby league at ...

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Women in League – Lucy Richards

In accordance with the NRL’s Women in League Round, the Foundation will be highlighting some of its female board members, committee members and volunteers who dedicate their time to supporting the men, women and children of the rugby league ...

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Super League secrets revealed: ‘The announcement met with disdain and disbelief’

Out of the ugliest ‘contest’ rugby league in Australia was spawned perhaps State of Origin’s most special effort.

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1965: Dragons v Rabbitohs – Perfect 10

Over 78,000 fans welcomed the two rivals onto the hallowed SCG turf, with many turning out to see the likes of Langlands, Gasnier and Raper lead St George to their tenth straight premiership.

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2005: Tigers v Cowboys – Marshall Magic

The step, the sprint, the flick pass. It was the grand final moment which kids in backyards would play out for years to come.

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2014: Rabbitohs v Bulldogs – Broken, Not Beaten

Best exemplified by the courageous effort of Rabbitohs forward Sam Burgess, who suffered a broken cheekbone in the game’s opening tackle, the South Sydney Rabbitohs ended a 43-year premiership drought with a convincing 30-6 win over the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.

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