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Luke started working with NBN Television in late 2017, having returned to the Hunter Valley after spending 18-months working in Sydney. He graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Communications, majoring in Journalism.

NSW COUNTRY EAGLES HANDED THRASHING BY MELBOURNE RISING IN MUDGEE

The New South Wales Country Eagles suffered another NRC loss on the weekend, as they hosted Melbourne Rising in Mudgee. The Eagles were handed a thrashing by the Victorian based team, going down 62 points to 7. Tom English scoring five tries in Melbourne’s win, with the Eagles now heading to Armidale next weekend, to play the Canberra Vikings. PLEASE NOTE: AUDIO UNAVAILABLE.  

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TAMWORTH PIRATES STRIKE IT RICH WITH THIRD CONSECUTIVE PREMIERSHIP

The Tamworth Pirates have claimed their third consecutive premiership today, with a 16 point win over the Walcha Rams. In a replay of last year’s grand final at Ken Chillingworth Oval, the Pirates led 10-8 at the break, before extending their lead 15-minutes into the second-half. Handling errors hurting the Rams chances of overturning last year’s result, as the Pirates made it three on the trot. NBN will have all the highlights of the match in tomorrow night’s bulletin. PLEASE NOTE: AUDIO UNAVAILABLE.  

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ARMIDALE’S LACHIE ONSLOW PLACES WELL DURING RENO AIR RACE HEATS

Armidale pilot Lachie Onslow has placed well during a week of heats at the Reno Championships Air Race in Nevada. It’s the 10th year the talented top gun has flown in the race, with the experienced aviator producing consistent placings this week inside the top three. The 55th edition of the air race wraps-up tomorrow with the finals. PLEASE NOTE: AUDIO UNAVAILABLE.  

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DEMON KNIGHTS AND EAST ARMIDALE FACE-OFF FOR REMAINING GRAND FINAL BERTH

The remaining grand final spot in the local premier league goes on the line tomorrow, with the Demon Knights and East Armidale set to battle it out in the New England. East are coming-off a 5-1 loss to Tamworth FC, as they get a second chance to qualify for the decider. Meanwhile, the Demon Knights ended the Mushies season last week, to set-up a showdown with Easts. The winner will play against FC next weekend at Scully Park in Tamworth. PLEASE NOTE: AUDIO UNAVAILABLE.  

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