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REDS ADD FOUR TO 2017/18 CAST-LIST
Jersey Reds have confirmed four more players for the club's 2017/18 squad. Tongan international Apakuki Ma'afu has agreed a new contract, and will be joined by fellow centre Mark Best, who will leave Ulster at the end of the current season. The other signings are in the back row - Rory Bartle from London Scottish and Matt Rogerson from Sale Sharks.
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Beneath the blistering sun and against the picturesque backdrop of the Pacific Ocean, the men of myrtle, past and present converged on Coogee Oval to do battle against arch rivals and historical foe, Eastern Suburbs. In a game that is traditionally a battle of will rather than skill, where the hunger to take bragging rights trumps the desire to risk failure through open expressive play, competition ladder positions hold little importance once the first whistle has been blown.
Congratulations to our own Louisa McGinness on receiving the title of APA Sports Physiotherapist. The title serves as the professional mark of distinction for Physiotherapists practising in the field of Sports Physiotherapy. Physiotherapists undergo a rigorous process including a Masters Degree and extensive professional experience to be awarded this title.
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The Government of Fiji is issuing two million $7 banknotes to commemorate the Pacific island nation's gold medal victory in rugby sevens at last year's Rio de Janiero Olympics. The banknotes, which are legal tender and are the only known $7 notes in circulation in any country, were released through bank branches. Fiji's reserve bank will also issue one million 50-cent coins with the image of England-born Fiji sevens coach Ben Ryan on one side and Fiji players hoisting the Olympic trophy on the other.
29 April Round 5 team lists to play Eastern Suburbs
Grade at Coogee Oval
Colts at Coogee Oval / Latham Park
Back to Randwick Day - 29 April 2017
This Saturday features one of the most anticipated rounds of the year for the Club against Easts. It’s a round that’s looked forward to by the players for weeks, and putting the Club Championship aside, it’s a round that the boys want to win for the sake of it. This round has been important to the Club for generations, and the current players are aware that they are not the first to march into it with that extra bit of excitement and keenness to rip in.
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