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Australian Police Representative squad 2011

The 2011 Australian Police Rugby League team. Australian Police Rugby League Hooker, and ex NRL star Robbie Mears on the charge at Brookvale oval. Australian Police Rugby League prop, Dessie Gupwell wrestles through a gap of Australian Affilliated states representative team defense. Fierce competitor Australian Police Rugby League’s David Cox, not far from his Police…

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2011 NSW Police Representative squad victorious at Suncorp Stadium Brisbane.

The victorious 2011 NSW Police Rugby League team are photographed after their memorable win against the Qld Police representative side, at Suncorp Stadium Brisbane. NSWPRL 30 defeated QPRL 18.  Day 1 The NSW Police Rugby League State Representative team arrived on the Gold Coast on Sunday the 3 June 2011. Having a win on their belts…

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NSW STATE SIDE 2011

The NSW Police Rugby League State representative 2011 team commenced their representative campaign against a spirited NSW Fire Brigade Representative team at Leichhardt oval. Both teams showed passion and pride representing their respective emergency services teams, and displayed exciting attacking football for the Police, Fire-Brigade and other supporters who turned up to watch. Under the…

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Macarthur Bulls 2011

Macarthur Bulls toppled a spirited Manly Police team in the 2011 State Championships at Port Macquarie on Friday the 18th of March. The match kicked off at 6pm at the Panthers Stadium. Due to round three due to be held on Thursday being cancelled due to thunderstorms and unsuitable ground conditions, the tournament was revamped…

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Manly 2011

NSW Police Rugby League Inaugural ‘Mulheron/Dooley’ Shield Brookvale Oval – Wednesday 23 February 2011. Manly SEA EAGLES – V – Campbelltown BULLS On Wednesday the 23rd of February 2011 the inaugural ‘Mulheron/Dooley’ Shield was contested at Brookvale Oval between the Manly Police SEA EAGLES and the Campbelltown Macarthur Police BULLS. The game was a memorial…

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CRONULLA SHARKS 2011

The 2011 Shark team were in the rebuilding phase after losing some of their long serving veterans, Glenn Winter and Corey Kinsella. Despite this they defeated tournament favourites Manly in game 1. In game 2, Cronulla and NSWPRL coach Craig Sheridan formed a game plan to topple the revamped Combined Services outfit who had increased…

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COMBINED SERVICES 2011

The 2011 Combined Services team saw an additional ten Corrective services players added to strengthen the competitive squad from 2010. The squad was a tough group who competed hard in the tournament, and were involved in a memorable brutal game against the Cronulla Sharks who subsequently won the match.

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COUNTRY SOUTH BOARS 2011

The Country South Boars are a squad who relish the week in Port Macquarie. Led by stalwart’s Mick Ricketts, Matt Carroll and Gerald Orr, the Boars are a team who traditionally never give up. 2011 was no exception. Smart half-back Gavin Lennon led the boys around the park with speedy backs, Steve Monaghan, Ryan Simpson…

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Country North Cowboys 2011

GAME 1 The Eastern Suburbs Wombat’s commenced the defence of their 2010 premiership, with a hard fought 20-12 victory over a determined Country North Cowboy outfit. Led by veteran forward, Matt Lehmann, the Wombat’s capitalised on some Cowboys mistakes to gain field position and graft a victory. County North unearthed an excitement machine in fullback…

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EASTERN SUBURBS WOMBATS 2011

The 2010 Premiers started their 2011 campaign with a hard fought 20-12 win over a determined Country North Cowboys. Led by veteran NSW representative forward Matt Lehmann, the Wombats missed regular halfback Ryan Good, but were well served by Marty Hyde who mustered the large forward pack to continually pressure the Cowboys. Smart hooker Nick…

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CENTRAL COAST BUCCANEERS 2011

The Central Coast Buccaneers unfortunately had a number of withdrawals from their team a few days prior to the tournament commencing. Court commitments and internal Police courses decimated the player numbers leaving the Buccaneers with the minimum amount to take the field in 2011. The NSWPRL hope that new recruiting will see a strong Central…

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