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Final Series – Week Two Preview

With week two of semi final football, on this Saturday at the Western Weekender. This week’s games are sure not to disappoint with the winners in both major semi final progressing through to the Grand Final in two weeks time while the losers will face off the winners from the minor semi finals.With so much […]

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Final Series – Week One

The fixtures for the first week of the 2008 NSW Tertiary Student Rugby League Final Series has been confirmed, with five teams from First Division battling it out for the Tertiary League Cup, and six sides from Second Division fighting for the Bill Buckley Memorial Trophy. The first match of the finals kicks off this […]

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Norwest take out First Division Minor Premiership

The Norwest Polecats have claimed the 2008 NSW Tertiary League First Division Minor Premiership for the first time since 2005. Despite 2008 being listed as a rebuilding year for the club after a significant turn over of players in the past three seasons, the club hit form far earlier than expected to have an undefeated […]

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Newcastle take out Second Division Minor Premiership

The Newcastle University Seahorses have rocketed up the NSW Tertiary League Second Division ladder to claim the minor premiership, recording only two losses throughout the season and sending out the warning signs to the rest of the competition on the eve of the finals. The Seahorses, who kicked off two weeks later than the rest […]

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UTS Jets claim Paul Webb Trophy

The UTS Jets have retained the 2008 NSW Tertiary Student Rugby League (NSWTSRL) Club Championship, the Paul Webb Trophy, by just two points after strong performances in both First and Second Division. The Jets, one of the powerhouse clubs in recent times in the NSWTSRL competitions, have finished second in both divisions to cumulate the […]

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Universities World Cup Finals Summary

Universities World Cup Finals Summary After two weeks of wild weather, soggy grounds and lopsided score lines, the 2008 Universities Rugby League World Cup culminated in a blaze of entertainment at Langlands Park, Stones Corner on Saturday. Sunshine bathed Langlands Park for the final day’s festivities, with a large crowd of 1200 on hand to […]

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Universities World Cup Finals Day

After two weeks of wild weather, soggy grounds and lopsided score lines, the 2008 Universities Rugby League World Cup will finish in a blaze of entertainment at Langlands Park, Stones Corner tomorrow from 10am. Perfect weather is predicted for the tournament’s final day, with Australia and England set to battle it out for the seventh […]

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Former great unites with Broncos star to promote Uni RLWC

Rugby league “old school” legend Tommy Raudonikis and Broncos star David Stagg have formed an unlikely duo to support the University Rugby League World Cup in Brisbane this week. While Raudonikis also appears an unlikely “ambassador” for a university-based tournament, he remains passionate about players preparing for life after football, while Stagg is doing just […]

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