R L Winger

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About R L Winger

  • Birthday 01/01/1914

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    Football, Meat Pies, Cattle Dogs & Harley Davidson Motorbikes

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  1. It is time to kill off the Wests Tigers with the team renamed the Western Suburbs Magpies having them to take over the franchise 100%. R. I. P. Balmain Tigers
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    Tonga v Australia - Saturday

    Australia by 13
  3. Congratulations Davo5 On winning the grand final round. Well done everyone that competed this year, one of the hardest years to pick a winner, form guide meant nothing. A huge thank you to Graham for once again running the best forum tipping comp on the internet.
  4. THE GOOD OLD BLUEBAGS GO DOWN 18 TO 12 TO THE BULLDOGS IN NSW CUP GRAND FINAL THRILLER. YOUNG centre Morgan Harper has helped Canterbury snatch their first NSW Cup rugby league title in seven years, after pulling off a clutch one-on-one strip in the Bulldogs 18-12 grand final win over Newton. Endorsed by the outgoing Josh Morris for the centres jersey at the Bulldogs next year, the Junior Kiwis representative pulled off the biggest play of his young career at Leichhardt Oval on Sunday. With scores locked at 12-12 and 10 minutes to play, the 20-year-old pulled off a one-on-one strip on Jets winger Matt Evans and ran away to cross in the corner.
  5. Well someone had to post it......Go the red white the bluesters the Eastern Suburbs Roosters
  6. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison took a particularly keen interest in this year's PM's XIII for the match against Papua New Guinea, lending a hand in deciding the make-up of the squad. In previous years the PM's XIII team usually just received a stamp of approval from government, but Morrison, a long-term rugby league fan and a Cronulla tragic, was keen to leave his fingerprints on the team Mal Meninga will take to Papua New Guinea next week. Four Cronulla players – Aaron Woods, Chad Townsend, Jesse Ramien and Matt Prior – have been included in the team, which is a mix of Junior Kangaroos, representative hopefuls and established top-line Test players. Manly's Daly Cherry-Evans will captain the side in the No.7 jersey, the Queensland halfback partnering with rookie Cowboys playmaker Jake Clifford. St George Illawarra's Zac Lomax was rewarded for his strong finish to the season, picked on the wing in a back line that includes Ramien, Brian Kelly, Nick Cotric and little-known Brisbane youngster Corey Allan, who has signed with South Sydney next year. Dragons halfback Ben Hunt will move into the hooking role, and will be vying for a utility spot on the bench for the October Tests against the Kiwis and Tonga in New Zealand given the likelihood Damien Cook claims the No.9 jersey vacated by the representative retirement of Cameron Smith. David Klemmer will reunite with his former Canterbury front-row partner Aaron Woods in the pack which also includes Test hopefuls Reagan Campbell-Gillard, Jordan McLean and Prior. Other players in line for the two Test matches against New Zealand and Tonga in Auckland in October are Jake Trbojevic, Tyrone Peachey and Tyson Frizell. Brisbane's Gehamat Shibasaki, St George Illawarra's Reece Robson and North Queensland's Enari Tuala are among the rookies selected in the 21-man squad. An Australian PM's XIII women's squad will also travel with the men's team for the match against Papua New Guinea in Port Moresby on October 6. World Cup-winning Jillaroo and Indigenous All Stars captain Rebecca Young has been chosen to captain the Australian PM's XIII Women's team, which features nine Dragons players.
  7. Win or lose McGregor has to go
  8. That Dragons win last Sunday I put up there with their 2 best other wins in the last 50 years. The 1977 grand final replay against the Eels and the 1999 grand final qualifying semi final against the Roosters.