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Archive: 1991 Second Test: AUSTRALIA 40 PAPUA NEW GUINEA 6 at Lloyd Robson Oval, Port Moresby

By STEVE MASCORD PORT MORESBY - Australian coach Bob Fulton praised his players for not retaliating to Papua New Guinea's spiteful tactics as the tourists romped...

Bryce Cartwright To Feature In Global Medical Journal

By STEVE MASCORD BRYCE Cartwright’s recovery from a devastating ankle injury marked a first for all of medical history and will be detailed in a globally-distributed...

Archive: All Wigan Pack To Lead The Lions (1992)

By STEVE MASCORD GREAT BRITAIN last night named a forward pack made up entirely of players from the all-conquering Wigan club for tonight's do-or-die second rugby...

Archive: Schuster Issues Knights Warning

By STEVE MASCORD FORMER All Black rugby union centre John Schuster has warned he will take "other measures" if Newcastle refuse to release him today for...

Tour match: AUSTRALIA 28 HIGHLANDS ZONE 3 at Rebiamul Oval, Mt Hagen (1991)

By STEVE MASCORD MOUNT HAGEN, Wednesday: Riot police used tear gas and fired semi-automatic rifles into the air here today as thousands of fans without tickets...

Archive: Sixteen Teams ‘Within Two Years’ (1986)

By STEVE MASCORD ARL Executive chairman Ken Arthurson has predicted a 16-team, two division format for the Sydney competition within the next two years. Arthurson, speaking at...

ARCHIVE: Meanwhile, Somewhere In Venezuela.. (1986)

By STEVE MASCORD A TEAM from Venezuela will meet a United States/Canada representative side early next month in one of the most unusual Rugby League matches...

Archive: McKellar rejoins, quits Illawarra within 24 hours (1985)

By STEVE MASCORD CONTROVERSIAL winger Shane McKellar has ended his Sydney career in the same way as he played it - unpredictably. In an amazing set...

Archive: Warrington’s Don’t Argue (1985)

By STEVE MASCORD ENGLISH club Warrington - the team with probably the three most volatile players in world Rugby League - have taken the unprecedented step...

Archive: Hazelton, Illawarra’s first Kangaroo, passes away (1985)

By STEVE MASCORD CHARLIE 'SAUS' HAZELTON - Illawarra's first international - has died at the age of 68. The 1937-38 Kangaroo passed away on October 20 in...

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Archive: An airport, a hangover and Brad Fittler (2002)

By STEVE MASCORD GET on the plane NOW!" The worst nightmare of a Yorkshire schoolteacher has just occurred. Ferrying 20 children on a sporting tour...

The Roaring 2020s: One out of three proposed NRL gimmicks for a restarted season is a good idea

By STEVE MASCORD A BEST of three grand final series. A wildcard finals play-off. The “wooden bowl”. The NRL is considering some wild and whacky proposals...

European Federation boss quits

THE general manager of rugby league’s European Federation has stepped down, the organisation insisting his decision has nothing to do with the Covid-19 crisis. Chris...

We Must Give Our Juniors Back Their “Lost 12 Months”

By SCOTT WOODWARD RUGBY League cannot afford to lose 12 months of the elite pathways competitions - are the ingredients that make up the NRL...

Konrad Hurrell appointed to help find new administration in Tonga

By STEVE MASCORD LEEDS star Konrad Hurrell has been appointed the players representative in a group tasked with finding new leadership for rugby league in...

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