Grand Finalists Decided

The 2015 Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League grand finalists have been finalised after the playing of the preliminary finals at Coonamble last Saturday with the Coonamble Bears set to take on Trangie in the league tag whilst the Gilgandra Panthers will battle it out with the Gulgong Terriers for rugby league supremacy.more

Terriers and Magpies create history!

The Gulgong Terriers and the Trangie Magpies have both created history by being the first teams into the 2015 Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League grand finalsmore

Unicorns exit in unison

The 2015 Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League season finished for the Coonabarabran Unicorns when both their league tag and rugby league teams were bundled out in the minor semi finalsmore

Panthers enjoy Teddy Bears Picnic

The Gilgandra Panthers registered what may well be a record win over their arch rivals, the Coonamble Bears, in the final round of the Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League competition last Saturday.more

Half a ton for James

In a game that saw a total of 100 points scored, Gulgong Terrier fullback, Brad James, has rewritten the Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League record books for an individual scoring effortmore

Grizzlies claim double minor honours

The Coonamble Bears stitched up two Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League minor premierships last Saturday when the rugby league took out a tense game at Gulgong against the 29 to 26 and their League Tag team downed the Coolah Flyers 36 to 6 at Coolahmore

Terriers loosen Bears grip

The Gulgong Terriers have loosened the grip of the Coonamble Bears on the Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League minor premiership after they downed the Grizzlies at Gulgong last Saturday.more

Unicorns on the rise whilst Panthers slip

The Coonabarabran Unicorns signalled that they are still in contention for the 2015 Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League premiership when they took the two competition points in their vital match against the Gilgandra Panthers at Coonabarabran last Saturday.more

Bears survive again!

The Coonamble Bears have all but sewn up the 2015 Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League minor premiership after they fended off a strong challenge from the visiting Gulgong Terriers last Saturday.more

Close calls In the Castlereagh Competition

Tight games were the call of the day in round 10 of the Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League competition with just eight points being the biggest winning margin in the rugby league games.more

Terriers Turn The Tables

After twice having gone down to the Gilgandra Panthers in their previous meetings the Gulgong Terriers turned the tables when they scored a convincing win on their home turf last Saturday.more

Panthers Pip Pups and Three Way Tag Tie Up

The Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League match of the round played between the Gilgandra Panthers and the Gulgong Terriers proved to be a thriller with the home team just sneaking home in a game that went down to the wiremore

Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League competition approaches halfway

The 2015 Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League (BBCL) and the Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League Tag (BBCLT) competitions are almost at the half way pointmore

Bear and Magpies at the top

As the 2015 Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League competition nears the half way mark the Coonamble Bears and the Trangie Magpies sit on top of the rugby league and league tag tables respectivelymore

Terriers ground Unicorns

The Gulgong Terriers brought the Coonabarabran Unicorns back to earth with a thud in the Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League match of the day played out at Gulgong last Saturdaymore

Unicorns upstage arch rivals

The Coonabarabran Unicorns have thrown the Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League competition wide open when they upset the competition favourites, the Coonamble Bears, in a Friday night ambush in Coonabarabranmore

Panthers regain a bit of growl!

The Gilgandra Panthers bounced back from a disappointing loss to the Coonamble Bears the previous week to register a morale boosting win over the Coonabarabran Unicorns in the Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League (BBCL) match of the round last Saturday.more

Cougars punch above their weight

The Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League representative teams did themselves proud at the Western Rams representative series played at Dubbo on Saturday.more

Maggies soar at home

The Trangie Magpies claimed an important and historic double for the club when they defeated the visiting Coonabarabran Unicorns in both the rugby league and league tag fixtures played in very ordinary conditions at Alan Burns Oval in round 2 of the Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League (BBCL) competition last Saturday.more

Coonabarabran thriller!

The highlight of the first round of the Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League competition saw a thrilling 26 all draw fought out between arch rivals the Coonabarabran Unicorns and the visiting Gilgandra Panthersmore

Dramatic start to the Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League season

The Bendigo Bank Castlereagh League (BBCL) season will get underway this Saturday when round one is playedmore

Castlereagh League on a high despite Swan dive!

Despite the loss of the Dunedoo Swans from the 2015 Castlereagh League Rugby League competition the President of the Group, Joe Bellgardt, sees many positives in the forthcoming season.more

Dunedoo dominates decider

The opening minute of the 2014 Castlereagh League grand final gave an indication of what was to follow as the Dunedoo Swans swept to a convincing premiership victory over the Coonamble Bearsmore

Bears book berth in the Big One

The 2014 Castlereagh League grand final will be fought out between the Dunedoo Swans and the Coonamble Bears after the Bears eliminated the Coonabarabran Unicorns from premiership calculations with a solid win in the preliminary final at Coonamble on Saturday.more

Swans snatch grand final berth

In a match that will be long remembered the Dunedoo Swans booked themselves a home ground grand final berth when they won an absolutely suspenseful major semi final against the Coonamble Bears last Saturday.more

Terriers terminated in Coonabarabran thriller

Two Saturdays ago the Gulgong Terriers departed the Coonabarabran Oval as two point victors over the home town Unicorns, that victory setting up a minor semi-final confrontation with the same team at the same venue last Saturday.more

Terriers claim Boronia Cup and semi-final berth

The Gulgong Terriers caused somewhat of an upset when they not only lifted the Boronia Cup from the Coonabarabran Unicorns but they also claimed the fourth and final Castlereagh League semi-final position with a hard fought 12 to 10 victory over the Unicorns at Coonabarabran on Saturday.more

Bears blow competition wide open

With just one competition round remaining the Coonamble Bears have blown the 2014 Castlereagh League competition wide open by becoming the first team to lower the colours of the Dunedoo Swans this year.more

Swans secure minor premiership whilst Bulldogs live on!

The Dunedoo Swans have created club history by claiming their first ever first grade minor premiership with a hard fought win over the Gilgandra Panthersmore

History beckons for the Swans

As difficult as it may to be to believe, in the very long and illustrious history of the Dunedoo Swans Rugby League Football Club, they have never won a first grade minor premiership.more

Swans stay calm

The Dunedoo Swans retained their undefeated status when they held their composure against an ill disciplined Warren Bulldogs team, taking the game 32 to 16 in a fiery clash at Warrenmore

Bulldogs bound into top four

The Warren Bulldogs have entered the top four on the Castlereagh League ladder when they scored an emphatic win over the Gilgandra Panthers in their round 9 game played at Gilgandra.more

Round of importance!

Round 9 of the Castlereagh League competition shapes as one that could well determine the destiny for a number of teams with vital clashes across the Groupmore

Unicorns add to Panthers’ despair

The Coonabarabran Unicorns delivered another blow to the Gilgandra’s aspirations of defending their 2013 premiership when they just outlasted the Panthers in a thrilling encounter played out in bleak conditions at Coonabarabran on Saturdaymore

Competition hits the half way mark

At the half way mark in the Castlereagh League competition the Dunedoo Swans continue to set the pace, holding down a very handy four point lead on the competition tablemore

Swans continue to dominate

The Dunedoo Swans gave notice that they are the real deal in season 2014 when they completely dominated the visiting Coonamble Bears at Dunedoo last Saturday.more

Undefeated status goes on the line

Dunedoo Swan’s officials are expecting a bumper crowd to pack out Robertson Oval this Saturday when the green and white’s undefeated status goes on the line against the second placed Coonamble Bearsmore

Recognition for top Swan

Dunedoo Rugby League Club stalwart Mark Gallagher has been recognised for his unrelenting work for his club, and the game of rugby league, by being named as one of the 20 finalists in the Country Rugby League Volunteer of the Year Awardmore

Watton scores a fistful!

A five try haul by dynamic Coonabarabran centre, Jarvis Watton, went a long way to helping the Unicorns register a strong home ground victory over the visiting Warren Bulldogs last Saturdaymore

Swans perched on top

After four rounds of the Castlereagh League competition the Dunedoo Swans remain the only undefeated team when they claimed the two competition points, and outright leadership on the ladder when they downed Coonabarabran in a hard fought battle on the Unicorns’ home ground.more

Swans sensational second stanza!

As the Dunedoo Swans trooped back on to their home ground to resume the second half of their game against the Warren Bulldogs they were staring at a scoreboard that read 22 to 6 in favour of the visitors.more

Pickering gains Western Division selection as Castlereagh claims Cup!

Dynamic Coonamble Bears captain coach, Brad Pickering, claimed a position in the Western Rams Divisional squad following two good performances by the Castlereagh League representative team in the Western Division representative games played in Dubbo on Saturday.more

Boronia Cup heads west!

After an extended stay at Coonabarabran the Boronia Cup has a new custodian after the Coonamble Bears downed the Unicorns in the match of the round played at Coonabarabranmore

Unicorns revenge!

The opening round of the 2014 Castlereagh League season saw the Coonabarabran Unicorns wreak some amount of revenge on their 2013 grand final conqueror, the Gilgandra Panthers, before a packed house at the Panther’s home groundmore

Blockbuster in Castlereagh opening round

The first round of the 2014 Castlereagh League competition will feature a grand final rematch and a Thursday night footy gamemore

Bears claw back

After a couple of lean years by their lofty standards the Coonamble Bears signalled that they will once again be a force in the Castlereagh League competition when they claimed the Castlereagh League knockout shield with a narrow and exciting victory over the Gulgong Terriers in the finalmore

Bulldogs put the bite on the Rabbitohs.

The Warren Bulldogs kick started their 2014 Castlereagh League campaign in great fashion when they downed the re-formed Group 11 club, Dubbo Westside Rabbitohs in a trial game played at Warren’s Victoria Park Oval on Saturday night.more

Swans prevail

A big crowd was on hand to witness the second staging of the Robert “Dick” Large Invitational Rugby League Carnival at Robertson Oval, Dunedoo, last Saturday.more

Swans, Magpies and Bears at Large!

The second annual Dick Large Invitational Carnival will be held this Saturday at Robertson Oval, Dunedoo, commencing at 11.00ammore

2014 Castlereagh League draw released

The 2014 Castlereagh League competition draw has been released, with the opening round on Saturday 26th April featuring a blockbuster grand final replay between the Gilgandra Panthers and the Coonabarabran Unicorns at McGrane Oval Gilgandramore

Video Highlights: 2013 Castlereagh Grand Final

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Panthers prevail !

In 2012 the Coonabarabran Unicorns were runaway Castlereagh League minor premiers, having lost only one game throughout the year, that being to the Warren Bulldogs in the opening competition round. They went on to lose their second game of the season when they went down to the Doggies in the grand final.more

Referee down, Gilgandra up!

The Gilgandra Panthers booked themselves a Castlereagh League grand final berth when they won a thrilling preliminary final against the Dunedoo Swans played in Gilgandra last Saturday.more

Unicorns cruise into grand final

The Coonabarabran Unicorns confirmed their red hot favouritism for the 2013 Castlereagh League premiership when they brushed aside the Gilgandra Panthers in the major semi-final played at Coonabarabran on Saturday.more

Swans amazing turn around !

The Dunedoo Swans have arguably pulled off one of the biggest form reversals since they invented the knife that gave us our first sliced bread!more

Order finally decided

The finishing order of the top four teams in the Castlereagh League competition was decided in the final minutes of the Trangie versus Gilgandra game.more

Top four pecking order still to be decided

Whilst round 13 of the Castlereagh League competition finally thrashed out what four teams would be competing in the semi-finals, the order in which they finish is still very much up in the air.more

Unicorns put one hand on the minor premiership

With just two rounds remaining in the Castlereagh League competition the Coonabarabran Unicorns would seem to have the minor premiership firmly within their reach.more

Dunedoo thriller !

At precisely the same time as the full time hooter signalled the end of an epic battle between the Dunedoo Swans and the Gilgandra Panthers the ball that had just been dropped kicked by the Panther’s second rower, Adam Hazelton, sailed over the black dot.more

The race is on

With just four rounds to play in the 2013 Castlereagh Rugby League competition there are five teams involved in a pitched battle for the four available semi final berthsmore

Three off in fiery encounter

Whilst the result of the Gilgandra versus Warren Castlereagh League match was known on Saturday afternoon the final wash up of the feisty encounter played at Gilgandra will not be known until later in the week when the Castlereagh League Judiciary hands down it decisions on the trio of players who were sent from the field during the encounter.more

Boundless enthusiasm pays off for the Roos!

The youthful Coolah Kangaroos broke through for their inaugural Castlereagh League win when they thrilled their big home crowd with a resounding victory over the visiting Trangie Magpies.more

Alex Prout in Country Team

Talented Gilgandra player Alex Prout has been selected in the NSW Country Rugby League (CRL) representative team that will play against the Western Australia state team in Perth in a fortnight.more

Unicorns maintain their lead

Some big scores were recorded in three of the four Castlereagh League games played on Saturday with the Coonabarabran Unicorns consolidating their place at the head of the competition ladder with a solid 42 to 10 win over the Gulgong Terriers in the match of the round played out at Billy Dunn Oval, Gulgong.more

Competition approaches half way mark

After a general bye for the long weekend last weekend the Castlereagh League competition will reach the half way point this week with round 7 being played.more

Cougars surprise

The Castlereagh League representative team put a scare into the much fancied Group 3 team in their CRL championship game played at Moree on Saturdaymore

Swans pluck Panthers!

The Castlereagh League match of the round was played out at McGrane Oval Gilgandra with the home town Panthers hosting the Dunedoo Swans with both sides going in to the game armed with the knowledge that a loss would see them slip from a share of the competition lead.more

Five on Four after Three

In an unusual scenario after just three competition rounds five teams sit equal at the top of the ladder on four competition points.more

Long time between swoops!

Entering their fourth year in the Castlereagh League competition the Trangie Magpies tasted victory for just the second time when they thrilled their hardy supporters with a hard fought and entertaining 36 to 18 win over the visiting Coolah Kangaroos at Alan Burns Oval.more

Panthers get the jump on the Roos!

Any hope that the Coolah Kangaroos were going to have a fairytale re-entry into the Castlereagh League competition after an 11 year absence were shot down in flames in the last few minutes of the first half and the opening portion of the second stanza.more

Panthers pounce early in the season

Whilst it is only early days the Gilgandra Panthers fired the first shot in the 2013 Castlereagh League season when they took all before them to claim the Castlereagh League carnival on Saturdaymore

Castlereagh League clubs pitch in

Those affected by the recent devastating Warrumbungle bushfire that swept through the region will be the beneficiary of the Castlereagh Rugby League Monster Rafflemore

Dunedoo takes out inaugural Robert “Dick” Large Carnival

The inaugural Robert “Dick” Large carnival was played at Robertson Oval Dunedoo on Saturday the 23rd of March with seven teams from three different CRL competitions competing for the silverware. From the Castlereagh League teams Dunedoo, Warren and Trangie were joined by Trundle and Peak Hill from the Woodbridge Cup with Villages United and Orange Barbarians from the Centennial Coalmore

Swans to host knockout

The Dunedoo Swans launch their 2013 Castlereagh League season this Saturday when they host the inaugural Robert “Dick” Large memorial invitation carnivalmore

Castlereagh League draw released

The 2013 Castlereagh rugby league draw has been released with officials excited about the fact that the draw has, wherever possible been done to align with Group 14 Junior Rugby League and Netball drawmore

Coolah Roos on the Rebound.

The Coolah Roos Rugby League Football Club looks likely to make a comeback to the playing field in the 2013 Castlereagh League competition following a public meeting in the town last Thursdaymore

Castlereagh League 2012 in brief

The Warren Bulldogs claimed the 2012 Castlereagh League premiership when they scored an emphatic win against the Coonabarabran Unicorns in the grand final.more

No Magical Finish for the Unicorns

After losing their first game of the 2012 Castlereagh Rugby League season to the Warren Bulldogs the Coonabarabran Unicorns swept all before them, not losing another game until their last outing for the year, the grand final, when once again the Bulldogs proved to be their nemesis.more

Golden Point Thriller

The Warren Bulldogs booked themselves a Castlereagh League grand final berth last Saturday when they won a tense and thrilling preliminary final against the Gulgong Terriersmore

Bulldogs Blow It!

If shooting yourself in the foot was an Olympic sport then the Warren Bulldogs would have won gold, silver and possibly even bronze last Saturday when they handed in an inept performance against the Coonabarabran Unicorns in the Castlereagh League’s major semi final.more

Six and out for the Dunedoo Swans

The Dunedoo Swans and the Gulgong Terriers have clashed on three occasions in the 2012 Castlereagh League season, and on each of those occasions the Terriers have come away with a six point winmore

Swans Soar while Panthers Plummet

The final pieces of the intriguing 2012 Castlereagh League semi final jigsaw were put into place last Saturday with all three games having a bearing on the composition of the top four.more

Semi Finalists Still Undecided

With just one round of the Castlereagh League competition to go the makeup of the final four is still up in the air.more

Big scores dominate round 12

Big scores and a very disappointing forfeit were the talking point at the completion of round 12 of the Castlereagh League competitionmore

Unicorns claim minor premiership

The Coonabarabran Unicorns stitched up the 2012 Castlereagh League minor premiership when they over ran a plucky Trangie Magpies outfit at Trangie on Sunday.more

Semi final race hots up

The race for Castlereagh League semi final berths has hotted up with six of the seven clubs still in the hunt for a top four finish with just four rounds to play.more

Swans rejoin semi race

Despite being down to 12 men for 50 minutes of their match against the Warren Bulldogs the Dunedoo Swans managed to score a hard fought win against the visitors and in doing so stamped themselves as still being in contention for a semi final berth.more

Unicorns second half Boronia blitz

For the first 40 minutes of the top of the table and Boronia Cup challenge game between the Coonabarabran Unicorns and the Warren Bulldogs, the visiting Warren outfit looked well and truly in the hunt.more

Bulldogs back in the hunt

After suffering two losses in a row the Warren Bulldogs sent out a strong message that they were far from a spent force in the Castlereagh League competition when they finished over the top of the visiting Gilgandra Panthers last Saturday.more

Coonabarabran claim Boronia Cup

The Coonabarabran Unicorns wrested the Boronia Cup from the Gilgandra Panthers in emphatic fashion last Saturday when they raced in for 9 tries to down the reigning premiers 52 to 34 in a game where defence did not rate highly in the scheme of things.more

Unicorns sound warning

The Coonabarabran Unicorns have sounded a warning that they are well and truly in the hunt for premiership honours in this year’s Castlereagh League competition when they brushed aside the previously unbeaten Gulgong Terriers 34 to 6 in the round 5 match of the day.more

Terriers terrorise at The Boneyard

The Gulgong Terriers took a giant stride towards becoming a real force in the 2012 Castlereagh League competition when they won the battle of the canines at The Boneyard last Saturday, upsetting the home town Warren Bulldogs 24 to 12.

With both teams going into the game undefeated the win by the Terriers sees them all alone at the top of the competition ladder after four rounds.more

Coonabararbran claim a thriller

The match of the round played out at Coonabarabran last Saturday lived up to its pre-game hype with only a Peter Watton field goal being the difference between the home town Unicorns and the visiting Coonamble Bearsmore

Panthers retain Boronia Cup

The match of the round was a Boronia Cup challenge between the Gilgandra Panthers and the visiting Coonamble Bears.more

Castlereagh League 2012 kicks off

Round one of the 2012 Castlereagh league has set the stage for what appears to be a very interesting competition.more

Castlereagh Go Down Fighting

Whilst the much vaunted Group 10 side walked away with a victory in their round one CRL Championship game against a gutsy Castlereagh League team.more

Brand makes Western Rams rep side

Coonabarabran's Dylan Brand has been selected in the Western Rams Under 18 team that will contest the CRL Under 18 Championships

The Rams took out the title in 2011 and will be looking to repeat the dose again this year

Dylan was selected on the back of his impressive displays with the Castlereagh League team in the Divisional trials at Wellington last weekendmore

Castlereagh League 2012 Under 18 Rep side announced


Brad Sheridan Named Player of the Year

The Castlereagh League Player of the Year was announced at the annual presentation evening, held at Gulgong last Saturday night (October 15) , with the award going to live wire Gulgong hooker Brad Sheridan.


Fat Lady Sings For The Panthers !

With just 4 minutes remaining in the 2011 Castlereagh League grand final The Fat Lady was warming up to sing a rendition of the Warren Bulldogs’ theme song, “Who Let The Dogs Out?”.


Bulldog’s Boneyard Blitz

With a total of 108 points being scored in the Castlereagh League preliminary final, and the Warren Bulldogs scoring 70 of them to the Coonabarabran Unicorns 38, shell shocked spectators were left to ask if the Dogs had been almost twice as good in defence or had the Unicorns been almost half as bad in attack?


Dogs down in Boneyard thriller

The Castlereagh League major semi final took 84 minutes to decide, and at that point the Gilgandra Panthers took the lead for the first time in a thrilling game to deny the Warren Bulldogs the opportunity to defend their 2010 premiership at The Boneyard.


Swans bow out

The Dunedoo Swans bowed out of premiership calculations when they could not handle a second half onslaught from the Coonababran Unicorns in the minor semi final of the Castlereagh League played at Coonabarabran on Saturday.


Bulldogs Claim Minor Premiership

An intense finish to the 2011 Castlereagh League competition rounds has resulted in the Warren Bulldogs claiming minor premiership honours after they defeated the Dunedoo Swans in a bruising affair played out in front of a large and vocal crowd at Dunedoo.


Tight Finish Continues In Castlereagh League

The exciting finish to the Castlereagh League competition will continue into the last round when the pecking order of the semi finalists will finally be sorted out, with no less than three clubs still vying for minor premiership honours.


Four teams, one point !

With just two Castlereagh League competition rounds remaining one point separates the four leading teams in a congested top of the table ladder and the Coonamble Bears lurk not too far behind.


Panthers and Swans celebrate

A remarkable turnaround by the Gilgandra Panthers and a rare win by the Dunedoo Swans over the Coonamble Bears at Coonamble have set the scene for an exciting finish to the 2011 Castlereagh League competition.



Bears slip out of the top four


For arguably the first time since the inception of the Castlereagh Cup back in 2001 and the Castlereagh League in 2011 the Coonamble Bears have slipped out of the top four on the competition ladder.


Swans show new promise


A reinvigorated Dunedoo Swans outfit gave their supporters renewed hope of premiership success when they outclassed the Gilgandra Panthers in a game that was vital to the semi final aspirations of both clubs.


Unicorns throw down the gauntlet

A come from behind win to the Coonabarabran Unicorns over the premiership favourites, the Warren Bulldogs, has thrown the Castlereagh League competition wide open.


Coonamble flyer selected in Country team.

Talented Coonamble Rugby League player, Louis Murphy, has been named on the wing for the NSW CRL Seconds team that will play Queensland in the Outback Challenge at Uralla on Saturday 23rd July.


Swans confirm their potential


The Dunedoo Swans’ victory over the Coonabarabran Unicorns has marked them as definite semi final prospects in this year’s Castlereagh League competition.


Unicorns win "Re-Union" match

After a 16 year hiatus the Coonabarabran Unicorns and the Gilgandra Panthers renewed acquaintances on the football field in the Castlereagh League match of the round.


Panthers fall short

The large and vocal crowd at the match of the round played out at Gilgandra between the Panthers and the visiting Warren Bulldogs certainly were entertained in what turned out to be a cliffhanger.


Cougars Gutsy Effort

The Castlereagh Cougars may have lost the match but they would not have lost any supporters after their gutsy effort against the much vaunted Group 10 outfit in the CRL championship game played at West Wyalong on Saturday.


Unicorns win at home


Coonamble take grand final rematch


Castlereagh League Up and Running

History was created at Gilgandra last Friday night with the first Castlereagh League games being played.


Castlereagh League Kicks Off


Representative Rugby League Comes to Castlereagh League

In a great boost to the competition in its initial year the Castlereagh League has been invited to host the highly prestigious representative games between NSW Country Rugby League and Queensland Rugby League.


Castlereagh Cup 2010 Report

The strength and popularity of the Castlereagh Cup competition continues to surge and the future is looking good for further growth.more

Grand Final footage

Castlereagh Cup Grand Finals

Playing in front of a large and very vocal home crowd, the Coonamble Bears would have been well pleased with their initial efforts to claim a sixth straight Castlereagh Cup premiership when they were quickly out of the blocks against the Warren Bulldogs in the decider played last Saturday.more
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