Posts Tagged "dally messenger"
‘Electorate football’ sounds like a euphemism for the humbugging of us by vote-seeking politicians; instead it is the scheme that gave birth to the Roosters-Rabbitohs rivalry over a century ago.
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The first “golden age of Welsh rugby” were the pre-WW1 decades. No Wales team visited Down Under during that time, but their star players were part of early Lions tours, leaving a legacy on Sydney rugby via their innovation and flair.
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Roosters captain Braith Anasta made his debut in a professional golf tournament this weekend, prompting me to mull over exactly who are the greatest, multiple sport professionals.
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With the retirement of Darren Lockyer, the “I” word is being thrown around about several players with a relatively casual ease that belittles its lofty status.
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It’d be hard to find anybody who actually saw the great Dally Messenger play, his last season being in 1913, so the evidence of his prowess is anecdotal.
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When the legendary Dally Messenger decided to switch Rugby codes to play League in 1907 for Eastern Suburbs, it would start an avalanche of on field success that would see the NRL’s premier individual honour named after ‘the master’ himself.
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