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Vale John Chalk

The NSW Police Rugby League wish to extend our condolences to Lynn Chalk and her family after the passing of a great man and Rugby League administrator John Chalk (AM). The writer new John personally, and the NSWPRL team who trained at the NSWRL centre of excellence recently prior to leaving to compete in the…

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NSWPRL 50 year reunion

Confirmation today regarding the 50 year reunion of NSWPRL which will be held at the Bankstown Sports Club Ballroom on evening of Friday 18th October, 2019 at 7pm.  Cost $70 for a three (3) course meal.  The room itself holds 500 people and we are hoping to give this number a good nudge considering the…

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Bill Crews Cup 2019

A great day of Police Rugby League on 17 July 2019 with the annual Bill Crews Cup between Bankstown Giants and Campsie Camels at Neptune Park, Revesby. Bankstown Giants were the eventual winners 26-18. Great work to all involved for organising and being part of a great day in honouring and remembering their work mate…

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APRL Team 2019

Congratulations of the players above selected from the Darwin Tri-Series to represent the Australian Police Rugby League later in 2019.  The squad is as follows. 1. Jake Carl (QLD) 2. Andrew Cridland (QLD) 3. Hayden Lea (QLD) 4. Hayden Peacock (NSW) 5. Mick O’Keefe (QLD) 6. Brendan Williams (AST) 7. Al Heldsinger (QLD) 8. Andrew…

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NSW Legends hang up the boots

NSWPRL acknowledge and celebrate the fantastic contributions of  Paul ‘Wally’ Wallace (Head-Trainer) , David Cox (Player) and James Gray (Player), whom announced their respective retirements after the NSWPRL V QLDPRL game in Darwin 2019. Above: David Cox, Paul Wallace and James Gray Paul Wallace had been involved with Country North, NSW and Australian Police sides…

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NSW Police Darwin Tour and Tri-Series 2019

The NSW Police team met at the new NSW Rugby League centre of excellence and were wished Goodluck by the NSW Rugby League CEO Dave Trodden, our Patron Deputy Commissioner Jeff Loy and major sponsor Lee Hagipantelis from Brydens Lawyers. Below:  NSWPRL patron Deputy Commissioner Loy and NSWRL CEO Dave Trodden address the NSWPRL team…

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NSW Police Rugby League Team 2019 selected

The NSW Police Rugby League Team for the Tri-Series in Darwin 21-23 June 2019 has been announced.  Congratulations to all the players and officials. Commiserations to those who missed out, your turn will come. 1. Daniel Drewe (Macarthur) 2. Anton Sahyoun (Parramatta) 3. Jack Webster (Manly) 4. Haydn Peacock (Bankstown) 5. Simon Gairns (Macarthur) 6.…

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City Police defeat Country Police in a pearler

The Glen Willow Sports Stadium Mudgee, hosted the annual NSW Police City V Country game.  Home of legendary TV sports presenter and commentator Ken Sutcliffe, who generously presented the team jumpers to both teams the night before the match. The game itself was a pearler.  City skipped away to a 20 to a nil lead…

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Parramatta PRL win the Police Bank Cup for 2019

Congratulations to Parramatta who won the 2019 Police Bank Cup in Port Macquarie, against a gallant Manly PRL team.   Great effort from all players and officials from all respective teams for a fantastic tournament and we look forward to seeing you in beautiful Port Macquarie in 2020. Thanks to the referees who do a…

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City and Country teams for 2019 announced

Congratulations to the following players and officials selected to represent both City and Country Police teams.  This game will take place in Mudgee at the sensational Glenn Willow Stadium on Wednesday 1 May 2019. City Police team 2019 1. Alex Sahyoun 2. Simon Gairns 3. Jack Webster 4. Talaisi Alo 5. Anton Sahyoun 6. Clayton…

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Results Port Macquarie Day 3

Day 3 opened with a great spectacle between Macarthur Bulls and Bankstown.  Macarthur proved to strong winning by 18 points to 6 game 2 saw Manly defeat Country south by 10 points to 2 game 3 Easts defeated the Corrective Services by 22 points to 6 Day 4 semi final 1 Parramatta V Easts at…

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Results Port Macquarie Day 2

Day 2 saw Easts wombats score a try in the dying seconds to defeat a gallant country south 6 points for 4 In other games, Macarthur def Country North 50 points to nil, Parramatta def Bankstown 24 points to 6 and Many defeated NSW Corrections 20 points to 6. Day 3, unfortunately Country North had…

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