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‘HOG FOR THE HOMELESS’ TO RIDE INTO TAMWORTH

Brad Fittler is expected to ride into Tamworth tomorrow as part of a charity fundraiser. The New South Wales Blues coach will be joined by a number of fellow rugby league greats for the seventh annual ‘Hogs for the Homeless’ ride. As part of their visit, they’ll hold a rugby league clinic at Plain Street Sporting Fields from 4pm. PLEASE NOTE: AUDIO UNAVAILABLE.

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GEORGIE MORGAN MAKES TRIUMPHANT RETURN FOR HOCKEYROOS

A welcome sight for the Hockeyroos yesterday, as Armidale’s Georgie Morgan made her return to the squad. The young star featured in the Hockeyroos’ 3-nil win over Great Britain in Perth, continuing their impressive start to the F-I-H Pro League season. The Hockeyroos will take on the USA in Sydney next month. PLEASE NOTE: SOME AUDIO UNAVAILABLE.  

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CARTER AND NEWSOME NAMED IN RESPECTIVE RUN-ON TEAMS

Quirindi’s Sam Carter will line-up tonight for the ACT Brumbies second row, as they begin their 2019 Super Rugby season against the Melbourne Rebels. Meanwhile tomorrow night, the New South Wales Waratahs host the Hurricanes at Brookvale Oval. Glen Innes product Alex Newsome has been named on the wing for the Tahs, in a star-studded backline PLEASE NOTE: AUDIO UNAVAILABLE.  

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BENDEEMER’S JOSH HAZLEWOOD SPEARHEADS AUSTRALIAN CRICKET CAMPAIGN

He’s been spearheading the Australian pace attack for quite some time, now Bendemeer’s Josh Hazlewood is leading an Australian Cricket campaign off-field. The initiative will see $30-million invested into community cricket throughout the country – funding that’s come from the Australian players themselves. Through the establishment of the Grassroots Cricket Fund, clubs can access up to $2,500 each. One of the objectives behind the investment, is to see the game grow at the grassroots. PLEASE NOTE: SOME AUDIO UNAVAILABLE.  

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