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RUGBY LEAGUE REVIEW (ISSUE #138) FEBRUARY-MARCH 2019 HEADLINES
NRL SEASON PREVIEW
We look at all the 16 NRL club prior to the start of the 2019 season. We find out who is coming and who is leaving. What would be
the best possible 17 players for each club, who is the best recruit, their strengths and weaknesses, young gun to coach, who is
under pressure, who needs to improve and a look at all the coaches. Find out who is coming and going at your club in the latest
issue of Rugby League Review.
ISP / QLD CUP / RON MASSEY CUP / SYDNEY SHIELD
We preview all the latest on what is happening in the Intrust Super Premiership NSW, Instruct Super Qld Cup, Ron Massey Cup and
Sydney Shield. Find out all the details and more in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.
EARL PARK - A HISTORY
WIf it wasn't for a particular Saturday in August of 1928, Earl Park would almost be forgotten in Rugby League. On August 11,
St George hosted Balmain at the ground before a crowd estimated at 6000. The Saints ended up winning 21-3 but the game was dubbed
the 'Earl Park Riot' after more than 1000 spectators invaded the field after full-time, many having ripped out wooden pickets
from the fence surrounding the oval to assault Balmain players. Read all the details in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.
CABRAMATTA INTERNATIONAL NINES
The Ozzy Cooks have been crowned the International Nines Cup Final Champions after defeating Cabramatta Sky Blue 22-6 with a
dominant second half display of attacking Rugby League at New Era Stadium. After upsetting last year’s premiers, the “Rocket”
Rod Silva coached Koories in the semi final, the Two Blues confidence was sky high of another boilover in the decider. We have
all the action and results from the tournament in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.
AND MUCH MUCH MORE...
Plus we have reports on the Junior Reps, Paul McCaffery - Footy Card hero, Steve Mascord column, Sunraysia Rugby League, Hong Kong
Rugby League, World News, NRL trials and much more in this month's issue of Rugby League Review.
OTHER REGULAR FEATURES INCLUDE:
NRL NEWS AND SCOREBOARD,
NRL PLAYER FLASHBACK,
CUP - NSW CUP
HAROLD MATTHEWS - SG BALL CUPS,
NSW COUNTRY RUGBY LEAGUE,
QUEENSLAND RUGBY LEAGUE,
QLD COUNTRY RUGBY LEAGUE NEWS,
WORLD NEWS REPORTS,
NEW ZEALAND RUGBY LEAGUE NEWS,
UK LEAGUE REPORT,
LEAGUE COLLECTORS CORNER.