Jonathan Thurston really is a class act.
During the game between the North Queensland Cowboys and the St George Illawarra Dragons the future immortal had a shot at goal that took out a young fan in brutal fashion.
JT tracked down the young fella and provided him with a signed kicking tee with the inscription “To Max, Sorry for the Falcon!”
Nothing better than beating the Eastern States at their own game! That’s exactly what the Western Australian Under 18’s Rugby Union women did.
You can see below that they beat NSW in the final of the tournament 14-10 to claim the national championships. Fantastic effort!
Also check out the match winning try from Destiny Brill. Great fight and determination to break free of several defenders to help us lift the trophy.
This is Jason Cole. You may never hear this name again, but on the 30th June this park footballer had a day to remember. Playing for Seymour against Benalla in Victoria’s Goulbourne Valley competition Cole amassed a remarkable 61 disposals, including 6 goals in his sides 38 point victory I think it’s a fair call to get around him!
Tell us about your best day out! Ever had a day where everything you touched turned to gold?
Good friend of the show Adam Fuller recently had the opportunity to represent the Affiliated States and Territories Storm Police rugby league team. It wasn’t the best of tournaments for the team, beaten convincingly by both the NSW and Queensland Police teams, however Adam did enough to impress the selectors and earn a place in the Australian Police Rugby League team. Adam was one of five from the affiliated states in the 18 man squad that will take part in a trans Tasman battle against New Zealand Police rugby league at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland on the 24th August.
See below for the full details of the team and give the page a follow to keep up with how the Aussie team fares against the kiwis later in the year.