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Tertiary City squad named

Players from the Cumberland Beavers and UTS Jets make up the core of the 2008 NSW Tertiary City (Metropolitan) squad to compete in the inaugural Tertiary Country v City clash to be held at Western Weekender Stadium in St Mary’s on July 21. NSW Tertiary City Squad: Henry Albonezie (Cumberland Beavers) Simon Anderson (Cumberland Beavers) […]

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Tertiary Country squad named

Representatives from Norwest, Macarthur, Newcastle and West Sydney have joined six players from CSU Bathurst in the selection of the 2008 NSW Tertiary Country squad. The squad, which will take on the Tertiary City squad at Western Weekender Stadium in St Mary’s on Monday July 21, will be cut down to 19 players prior to […]

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NSW Tertiary XIII squad selected

A squad of 23 players from all nine Tertiary League clubs has been selected for the NSW Tertiary XIII side to take on Cambridge University on Monday July 21 at Western Weekender Stadium. The side, which is only eligible to full-time University and TAFE students participating within the competition, will be cut down to 17 […]

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Club Championship – Round Nine

The first double win of the year to Norwest has seen the Polecats put pressure on the big three Tertiary League clubs of Cumberland, UTS and Bathurst for the first time in the Merit League. Previously only kept in the hunt by the strong fortunes of their First Division side, the recent draw and win […]

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Round Nine – Results

The Norwest Polecats have taken out the inaugural Baitieri-McMartin Charity Cup after defeated the Cumberland Beavers 18 – 14 in a tight encounter at Kellyville Oval, whilst Sydney University has recorded an impressive 34 – 10 victory over UTS. West Sydney Blues recorded a convincing 46 – 20 victory over the visiting CSU Bathurst to […]

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Baitieri/McMartin Charity Cup

Baulkham Hills Shire Council has open Kellyville Oval so Saturday June 14, the Norwest Polecats will take on the Cumberland Beavers for the inaugural Baitieri-McMartin Charity Cup. The Cup recognises the contributions of former First Graders, Tas Baitieri (Canterbury) and John McMartin (Parramatta / Cronulla), to Tertiary Rugby League throughout this country, and in particular […]

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Cambridge University to take on NSW Tertiary XIII

The year 1970 marked an important time in Tertiary Rugby League around the world.  In Australia it saw the formation of the NSW Tertiary Student Rugby League, the first club based Tertiary competition in the world, whilst in the United Kingdom, it saw Rugby League finally break into CambridgeUniversity. In those 38 years, both have […]

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Canberra to potentially re-join Tertiary League

The University of Canberra, who last competed in the NSW Tertiary Student Rugby League back in 2001, is looking to make a come back to the State-wide competition with the initial stages of planning for the 2009 season kicking off. With the NSW Tertiary Student Rugby League looking to expand at all levels in 2009, […]

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