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Sean Rutgerson
... Over his career, Rutgerson played for the North Sydney Bears and Canberra Raiders in the Australian National Rugby League and the Salford City Reds in the European ... Rutgerson started his professional career in Australia with the North Sydney Bears, where he played ... After two years at North Sydney, he moved to the Canberra Raiders where he spent four years and scored his first try at the top level ...
North Sydney, Nova Scotia - Notable Connections
... Academy Award winning actors and siblings Warren Beatty and Shirley MacLaine were born to drama teacher Kathlyn Corinne who was born in North Sydney. ...
List Of Auckland Vulcans Results - New South Wales Cup - 2009
... Terry Lamb Sports Complex Round 7 vs North Sydney Bears, lost 12-36, North Sydney Oval Round 8 vs Bye Round 9 vs Balmain-Ryde Eastwood Tigers, lost 12-42, Leichhardt Oval ...
Sydney Fleet - Stadium
... The Sydney Fleet play at the North Sydney Oval which is located in the south-west corner of St Leonards Park, North Sydney ... North Sydney Oval, which has hosted a number sports in the past, including rugby union, is also used for Shute Shield and Tooheys New Cup matches ...
List Of Auckland Vulcans Results - New South Wales Cup - 2010
... Wolves, lost 24-44, Windsor Sports Complex Round 10 vs North Sydney Bears, won 34-10, Mt Smart #2 Round 11 vs Shellharbour Dragons, won 41-18, Mt Smart #2 Round 12 ...

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