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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 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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NSW Police defeat the Affiliated States Police rugby league team

In a hard fought match at the picturesque Albion Park Eagles Rugby League, the NSW Police team defeated a spirited Affiliated states team. NSW required to win by 21 points to clench the Tri-series, but there winning score of 26 points to 12, meant QLD Police won the series after they had defeated the Affiliated…

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NSW Retain the Interstate Shield 2018

As one of the classic quotes from the the great NFL Green Bay Packers coach, Vince Lombardi says, “It is a game of inches”. This quote definitely applied to the annual interstate clash between NSW and QLD Police rugby league teams. NSWRL Patron and Deputy Commissioner Jeff Loy addresses the NSWPRL team prior to kickoff.…

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Danny Lawrence ‘Man of the Tri-Series’ 2018

NSW Police Rugby League player Danny Lawrence has been name the player of the Tri-Series held in Wollongong NSW for 2018. Danny Lawrence is the well deserved recipient of the Alex Ramsay Shield for the player of the series, and the photograph above shows Danny, a great footballer and person with the legend Alex ‘The…

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Daniel Ah See 2018 NSW Police Rugby League Country player of the year

Congratulations to Daniel Ah See who was tonight awarded NSW Police Rugby League Country player of the year. Daniel is the worthy recipient of the Peter Nissen shield. Daniel hails from the town of Wellington, played for the Country North Kangaroos in the Port Macquarie Carnival, was selected to represent the country origin Police team…

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NSW Police Rugby League rep. team 2018

After an excellent Country V City campaign, the NSW Police rugby league team selections is as follows: NSWPRL Representative team 2018 to play in the Australian Police Rugby League Tri Series at Wollongong between 28th – 30th June, 2018. 1. Anton Sahyoun 2. Alex Sahyoun 3. Dan Ah See 4. Sean Jenkins 5. Simon Gairns…

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NSW Police Victorious 2017

The NSW Police Rugby League team commenced their Tri-series campaign, flying to Townsville on Wednesday 10 May 2017 and booking into their flash digs, just near the Cowboys leagues club. After several slick training runs, the team led by now veteran plays, Dave Cox and Mitch West were ready to tackle their Queensland counterparts on…

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NSW Police Rugby League Team 2017 named

Congratulations to both the City and Country teams for another great game. Out of this a 22-man squad to take on Queensland and the Affiliated States in Townsville was selected. All the best men…. Anton Sahyoun Simon Gairns Alex Sahyoun Daniel Drewe James Dine David Cox Brayden Sharrock Danny Lawrence Rhys Miller Nathan Clarke Corey…

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NSWPRL V HAWAIIN CHIEFS 2016

NSWPRL Defean the Hawaiin Chiefs.  Honolulu Hawaii. The NSW Police and the Hawaiin Chiefs went head to head as the first game to be played on the re-turfed Aloha Stadium in Honolulu HAWAII on 20 August 2016. The game was a prelude to the OHANA cup contested between FIJI, Canada, Samoa and Tonga. In front…

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Tri Series 2015

Special Thanks to Shane Myers for the professional photographs in the Flickr folder at the base of this story.  Thanks Shane. Newcastle was the host city for the 2015 Tri series between reigning champions NSW and their Queensland and Affiliated States police counterparts. Pre-GAME The Newcastle Knights football manager Warren Smiles, organised for the NSW…

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NSW Police V’s NSW Fire Brigade 2012

Friday the 18 May 2012, saw the NSWPRL selected State representative team, take on the NSW Fire Brigade at Potts Park, Yagoona. The NSW Fire Brigade coached and organised by Fire Superintendent Josh Turner, sprung out of the dressing sheds and enthusiastically took the game to the NSW Police team coached by Police Superintendent Craig…

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