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Sat Feb 14, 2009 3:53 pm  

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Must admit, I didn't see this one as being a problem. Though it seems a bit petty when it's for some driving offence.
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Sat Feb 14, 2009 4:01 pm  

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and now greg eastwood has been denied :)



What reason?
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Sat Feb 14, 2009 4:02 pm  

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A driving convition!.

This seems a bit daft to me.
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Sat Feb 14, 2009 4:12 pm  

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Eastwood should still be ok as his dad is English, so he can apply for a British passport.
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Some might look at this as being harsh but I think it's fair. When are the Rugby League going to stop persisting with this fantasy expansion. If it hasn't worked by now, it never will! I'm all for reaching out to a wider audience with our game but not at the expense of historical clubs in the homelands.
Sat Feb 14, 2009 4:25 pm  

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Aye, IIRC from an article I read somewhere his Dad was actually born in Huddersfield.
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Sat Feb 14, 2009 9:25 pm  

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Yes, does anyone know anything about his father?
Sun Feb 15, 2009 12:33 pm  
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Eastwood should still be ok as his dad is English, so he can apply for a British passport.


The reports in the papers this morning suggested he was applying for a British passport but needed an entry visa first and this is what has been denied.
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Tue Mar 03, 2009 11:17 am  

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bird too france dragons :wink:
winning like never before. decoys. mouse traps. chicken wings. lollie pops. shepperds. the crusher. grapples. big league. In 1935 The Dragon Slayers as they were known defeated Canterbury bulldogs 91-6, which is still the biggest win in the Club's History. In 1907, the St George district had a club in the Sydney rugby union competition. Interestingly, the team's area was referred to as the 'Illawarra suburbs'. A resolution to form a St George rugby league club was made at a local meeting held in early 1908, but the movement faltered and collapsed. St George, wearing the district colours of red and white, played in the NSWRL's Third Grade competition in 1910, and formed a President's Cup team in 1911. References were found at the time to district teams being called 'The Saints'.the perfect 11

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Murphy wrote:
Yes, does anyone know anything about his father?


Probably his mother.

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Sat Mar 14, 2009 5:45 am  

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http://www.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/s ... 21,00.html FORMER NRL star Greg Bird was "the victim" when he allegedly assaulted a young woman in a Cronulla nightclub, Sutherland Local Court heard yesterday.

The 25-year-old, who on Thursday flew in from France where he is playing for the Catalans rugby league team, had his one common assault charge upgraded to five charges but believes the evidence of three security guards and security video will clear him.

"Three security officers are able not only to give evidence, but to give evidence to the effect that he was the victim in this matter," his solicitor Patrick Conaghan told the court.

Gallery: A portrait of Greg Bird

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winning like never before. decoys. mouse traps. chicken wings. lollie pops. shepperds. the crusher. grapples. big league. In 1935 The Dragon Slayers as they were known defeated Canterbury bulldogs 91-6, which is still the biggest win in the Club's History. In 1907, the St George district had a club in the Sydney rugby union competition. Interestingly, the team's area was referred to as the 'Illawarra suburbs'. A resolution to form a St George rugby league club was made at a local meeting held in early 1908, but the movement faltered and collapsed. St George, wearing the district colours of red and white, played in the NSWRL's Third Grade competition in 1910, and formed a President's Cup team in 1911. References were found at the time to district teams being called 'The Saints'.the perfect 11

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