Lane Cove

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Lane Cove Rugby - Club History - Recent Years
... The Juniors have won many competitions through the six decade history of Lane Cove Rugby ... Lane Cove are part of the player pool for Gordon Rugby Football Club, a leading club in the New South Wales Grade Competition (Shute Shield) ... A number of Lane Cove players have played Grade rugby for Gordon ...
Anthony Roberts - Member of The Legislative Assembly
... Roberts left Howard's office when he was elected as the Member for Lane Cove in 2003, following the retirement of Kerry Chikarovski. 12.4 per cent, attributed in part to community anger over the construction of the Lane Cove Tunnel by the Labor Government ... He was re-elected to Lane Cove with a swing of 13.4 per cent and won the seat with 77.3 per cent of the vote on a two party preferred basis ...
Lane Cove, New South Wales - Notable Residents
... Writers Robert Dessaix's autobiography, A Mother's Disgrace, contains a memoir of growing up in Lane Cove in the 1950s ... Robert Hughes, art critic ...
Lane Cove Rugby
... Lane Cove Rugby Union Football Club is a rugby union club founded in 1949 and which participates in the New South Wales Suburban Rugby Union ("Subbies") competition ... The club is situated in Lane Cove in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia ... Having been historically a Division One Club, Lane Cove seniors currently plays in New South Wales' Subbies' Division Five, while the thriving Lane Cove Juniors ...
Members Of The New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1973–1976
... Roger Degen Labor Balmain 1968–1984 John Dowd Liberal Lane Cove 1975–1991 Keith Doyle Liberal Vaucluse 1965–1978 Bruce Duncan NCP Lismore 1965–1988 Vince Durick Labor Lakemba. 4 Lane Cove Liberal MLA Ken McCaw resigned on 3 January 1975 ...

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    The dusk runs down the lane driven like hail;
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    To the dark; and then the towering weak and pale....
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)