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Title
The Rugby League news
Call Number
N 796.33309944 RUG
Created/Published
Sydney : N.S.W. Rugby Football League, 1920-1973
Issue
Vol. 8 No. 13 (July 2, 1927)
Pages
20
Notes
Blank page has been on page 8 to maintain the correct left / right pagination.
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Contents

The Rugby League News. 1
Advertising 2
The Rugby League News 3
Saturday was indeed a day for Records and Reflection THE STANDARD That Flew Above the Multitude A Record—in Attendance and Appreciation 3
New Records Reached 3
Advertising 3
KICKS THAT COUNTED Two Great Field Goals 4
Advertising 4
THE QUEENSLANDERS 5
TOM GORMAN A Handicap Hand 5
Harry Sunderland 5
Advertising 5 , 6
EASTS v. SOUTHS Back to Club Matches Brilliant Game Should Result 6
Advertising 6
CECIL AYNSLEY How he puzzled the Selectors. 7
WESTERN SUBURBS Trip Abroad; Carnival at Home. 7
Advertising 7
AUBREY KELLY Untiring and Relentless. 7
ALL ROUND FORWARD 7
Advertising 7
POPULAR POTTER Has He Lost That Kangaroo Hop ? 8
Advertising 8
WHERE TEAM WORK TELLS Peep Behind The Scenes 8
Advertising 8
CONGRATULATIONS, ALF 8
Advertising 8
DE LA SALLE COLLEGE, ARMIDALE 9
Advertising 9
FRANK O’ROURKE Was at His Best 9
Advertising 9 , 11
PROGRAMME. 11
Advertising 11 , 12
TIM BANNER AGAIN? 12
TALKING OF TROPHIES! Australian Workmanship And Distinctive Designs 12
Advertising 12
HARD, ROUGH AND FOUL PLAY TAKING HARD BUMPS 13
“CAPPED" Four South Sydneyites 13
Advertising 13
27 to 15 How Interstate Games have gone Story of Two States' Struggles 14
THE POLITE MR. KELLY—“AFTER YOU, MR. AYNSLEY.” 14
Advertising 14 , 15
CRAIG’S GENIUS 16
THE RAKE A Partial Eclipse 16
Advertising 16
“ON BUSINESS BENT" All The Way From Brisbane HOPE THEY DIDN’T MISS THE MATCH. 16
Advertising 16
PROGRAMME 17
JIM O’MARA One Of The Beef Pack 17
Advertising 17
WITH AND WITHOUT Two Thoughts of Clarry Tye 18
HARRY CAPLES Why He's Full-Back 18
Advertising 18
BLUE AND WHITE Popular At Headquarters 18
Advertising 18 , 19 , 20

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