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Interstate Shield

Brad Reh displays the interstate shield.

Premiers 2008

Premiers 2008

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Transit Police 2008

The Transit Police are a credit to themselves.  Each year they attend the carnival and give their all.  2008 was no exception, and they are a great bunch of blokes with a lot of heart and spirit.

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Macarthur Bulls 2008

Eastern Suburbs Wombats 2012

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Eastern Suburbs Wombats 2008

The Eastern Suburbs Wombats 2008.

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Tactical Operations Unit (TOU) 2008

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Central Coast Buccaneers 2008

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Country Police Rugby League

In 1982 a Country Police side visited Sydney for the first time to play against a City representative Police side.  This initial team consisted of Rob ‘Evil’ McDonald and Gary Butt who went on to organise and manage the Police Country side for many years to come.  Australian Rugby League legend Brian ‘Chica’ Moore was…

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Australian Police Rugby League/2008 Police World Cup Sunshine Coast Queensland

       DYLAN COLEMAN ON THE BOIL, HIT BY THE KUMULS Australian hooker Trevor Kraus hit by two English Police.

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Cronulla Sharks 2008 Premiers

NSWPRL State Championships 2008, Premiers, Cronulla Sharks. Cronulla Coach Craig Sheridan with another winning campaign. Cronulla Sharks Beaudie Cullen and Jarrod Woodford with Rugby League Legend, former Western Suburbs Magpie, NSW and Australian Representative, Harry Wells, who now resides in Port Macquarie.

NSWPRL State Squad 2008/Sydney Campaign

NSWPRL State Squad 2008/Sydney Campaign

The NSWPRL selected State side of 2008 hosted the interstate challenge with the Queenlsand PRL State side at Toyota Park.  The NSWPRL team under the coatching of Craig Sheridan and Assistant Coach Chris Sullivan, went into camp at Cronulla.  The side gelled extremely well during training sessions, including an intense boxing session at Cronulla surf…

Australia's Pete Butler gets a little frustrated with Britain's Richie Whitehouse in the police rugby league championships.Photo Michaela O'Neill / Sunshine Coast Daily

BRITS COP IT ON THE CHIN

BRITS COP IT ON THE CHIN. written by Jon Tuxworth, photograph by Michaela O’Neill.  Published with permission from Sunshine Coast Sunday.  9 November 2008. DON’T be surprised if fullback Richie Whitehouse breaks out his ‘bobby’ helmet when Great Britain plays next in the Police Rugby League World Cup. There’s no doubt the Brits were expecting…

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