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This Month's Features:

World GlobeIn this issue we have: All the latest news and results from the NRL; NRL All-Stars; Full records for all the NRL matches; Editorial on expansion of the game; Sydney Shield, Ron Massey Cup, NSW and Qld Cup reviews; Junior Reps; Mick Liubinskas - Footy Card Hero; Unsung Heroes - Alan Fallah, Glen Liddiard and Simon Booth; A history of the Illawarra Club; Grounds of Yesteryear - North Sydney Oval; Making the grade - Ben Czislowski; World Cup 1985-88 and 1989-92 in details; Peru vs El Salvador and Brazil and Uruguay; John Maguire - International Rugby League Star; John Harbon - Rugby League Volunteer for the past 50 years; Amco Cup programs; Steve Mascord Column; NSW Country; Turkey Rugby League; Greek Rugby League Women's; Rugby League Badges; Kandos-Rylstone celebrate 100 years; British Rugby League; World News; 2003 Rugby League Cards...plus much more!

Rugby League Review April/May 2021


When playing for Hills District Bulls in the Ron Massey Cup competition in 2017 at the suburban Crestwood Oval, playing in the NRL would be the furthest thing from the mind of Tom Eisenhuth. Despite playing one NRL match n 2012, he never gave up in returning to the big League. His new manager, Chris Haddad, got him to do a pre-season with North Sydney in order to get back to the NSW Cup. He didn't get a run with the Bears and ended up playing for feeder club Hills District Bulls. But eventually he would be back playing in the NRL. Read all the details in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.


Cabramatta captured their Sydney Nines tournament title after they defeated the Ozzy Cooks (Cook Islands) 18-14 in the final staged at New Era Stadium. We have all the results, reports and photos from all the Men's and Women's matches. Read the whole article in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.


He is best remembered for an incident in 1975 that subsequently cost Western Suburbs a spot in the semi-finals. A young Mick Liubinskas was playing reserve grade against Canterbury at Belmore Sports Ground. He played the majority of the game but came off with 10 minutes remaining in order to be ready for first grade. The rest saw him make history. Read the whole story in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.