BROTHERS picked the wrong day to celebrate the 20-year reunion of their 1995 premiership.
With 17 of the first grade squad from two decades ago watching on the Brethren made untold mistakes before losing 24-18 to Kangaroos.
And Roos captain-coach Adam Hall was left fuming with the performance.more
The Group Nine premiership is halfway over and only three teams seem to have no chance of making the finals.
To make things clearer, Les Muir runs the rules over the efforts of the 11 teams in the opening nine rounds:more
Bush Telegraph highlights The AAMI Senior Country Championship Semi-Finals. We celebrate Group Nine Referee Scott Muir , who will officiate his 250th first grade game this weekend when Gundagai take on Southcity...click moremore
The 2015 AAMI Senior Country Championships kick-off this weekend with Round One matches taking place in Forster Tuncurry on Saturday, 23rd May. This weekend’s matches will see the Central Coast go head-to-head with their southern rivals South Coast, whilst Canberra clash with the North Coast. Click more...more
No guessing that Junee captain-coach Matt Hands made the Group Nine Team of the Week for round four.
In a command performance, Hands led the Diesels to a stunning upset over three-time Group Nine champion Albury on Saturday.more
Brothers coach Ben Black has overhauled the Brethren's team for the game against Tumbarumba at Tumbarumba Showground on Saturday.
On the back of three successive losses, Black has made a raft of changes, while Greens coach Aaron Sweeney has been shifted to the backs for the game, which is already shaping as a battle for the wooden-spoonmore
By Les Muir
No tough decision when it came to naming the first player for the Team of the Week after the third round of the Group Nine premiership.
Gundagai hooker James Luff picked himself following a four-try demolition of Junee at Laurie Daley Oval on Sunday.more
Group 9 Seniors squad are to attend compulsory Training on Wednesday 22nd at 7:00pm. A second training session will be on the 29th of April at Harris Park Wagga. Contact Group President John Morton 0427702970 for more info... CLICK MORE TO VIEW PLAYERS SQUAD......more
THE history of the moment was not lost on Tumut captain-coach Arana Taumata when the Blues overwhelmed Kangaroos 30-18 at McDonald's Park on Sunday.
Wiping away almost two years of heartache, Tumut ended a 23-game losing drought by blasting past Roos in a mistake-ridden duel in Wagga.more
GROUP Nine president Jack Morton admits the timing of the annual representative duel with Group 20 has lengthened the odds of Group Nine claiming rugby league bragging rights in the Riverina.
Despite declaring he was delighted with the strength of the Group Nine team, Morton revealed on Monday there were serious obstacles in the path of the selected players.more
BROTHERS captain-coach Ben Black is banking on a rookie centre pairing taking the sting out of Junee’s slashing attack in an enthralling Group Nine season-opener at McDonald's Park on Sunday.
Eagerly counting to his debut in the toughest premiership in bush football, Black has also thrown his utter support behind Brothers new centres Kirren Roughley and Daniel “Doc” Halliday for the big game.more
The 2015 Group 9 Reconciliation Cup will be played as the curtain raiser to the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles and Canberra Raiders NRL clash at Lavington Oval, Albury NSW. To view players selected in both teams click more....more
Attached is a revised Under 16’s Draw, to include Friday ‘Friendly Matches...Consideration was given to respect the Club Draw from week to week & the number of potential matches that each club can play if they wish..CLICK MORE TO VIEW THE DRAW...more
Neville Smith has been recognised for his long serving support to Group 9 Rugby League as one of the inaugural inductees into the Young Sporting Walk of Fame.He has dedicated many years to being a committee member of local, Group 9 and Country Rugby League...Full details in the Bush Telegraph issue..more
Group 9 President Jack Morton is pleased to announced new sponsors for the 2015 competition season... Hotondo Homes of Albury, Wagga Wagga, Temora & Tumut will sponsor the competition final series & the popular "In the Sheds" series on You Tube hosted by Win's Corey Hammond....more
Albury Thunder RLFC will be hosting a corporate marquee when NRL Clubs Manly Sea Eagles v Canberra Raiders clash on Easer Saturday 4th April a Lavington Oval....All clubs are invited to book a ticket for players & supporters or purchase a package deal for club sponsors in the Marque. It’s perfect opportunity to entertain sponsors in a fully hosted function...Conact the club
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