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Pirates back to ‘The Graveyard’

The Old Bar Beach Pirates club, the club that produced one of the NRL’s most exciting young players in Sydney Roosters lock Boyd Cordner, are eying a possible premiership in the Group 3 competition despite experiencing a horrendous 16 months ...

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Generous Rhinos lend a hand

Earlier this week, Men of League was very grateful to receive a big cheque from northern Sydney club, Holy Cross Rhinos JRLFC.

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When being tough is a man’s undoing

Footballers, and the toughest ones too, are more prone to depression than most. Here we look at the issue through the eyes of those who have been victims.

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Tim Sheens visits Pull Your Socks Up winners

Last week, Kangaroos coach Tim Sheens gave our Pull Your Socks Up competition winners, the Glenmore Park Brumbies 8-1s a private coaching clinic.

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Cronin’s Gerringong still going strong

All roads led to the Michael Cronin Oval at Gerringong on Saturday, 13 July.

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Men of League Weekend a great success

The Men of League Foundation has hailed its recent Pull Your Socks Up campaign as a great success, with the initiative raising more than $16,000.

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Pull Your Socks Up winner revealed

We are very pleased to reveal the winner of our recent Pull Your Socks Up competition, which was held in conjunction with the Men of League Weekend.

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Men of League and the Clontarf Foundation

The Men of League are fully committed to the Clontarf Foundation in their efforts to improve the education, discipline, self-esteem, life skills and employment prospects of young Aboriginal men. 

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THE TERMINATOR by Barry Ross

Bob McCarthy caught up with the Terminator at Alexandria on Thursday 13 June. The former South Sydney great and 15 Test veteran was at the new gym of former world class body builder, Paul Graham, at Alexandria.

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George Smith by Barry Ross

Former Test backrower, George Smith, is in hospital in Grafton. Now 78, Smith was Australia’s lock forward against Great Britain at Lang Park in Brisbane on 30 June 1962, in the second Test of the three Test Series.

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