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rugby league

a form of rugby football played between teams of 13 players
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He played for Great Britain in the 2007 Test Series against New Zealand, which Tony Smith's men won 3-0, but missed their 44-0 rout of the Kiwis at the KC Stadium after injuring an ankle while playing for the Northern Union in a warm-up exhibition match against the All Golds.
The arena's relationship with Rugby League goes back to the early 20th century, when it was the headquarters of Coventry RLFC Northern Union club from 1910-13.
Roath in 1897 had just lost three good backs - Dunn, PJ Brady and C Smart - to the Northern Union.
This present text, then, seeks to analyze what exchange of ideas continued between the architects of these two regions, especially after the establishment of the Southern Union of Atrecht and the Northern Union of Utrecht in 1579, when architectural differences seem to appear more pronounced.
There was more encouraging news on Friday when two state wildlife biologists in northeast Oregon heard the howls of at least two adult wolves and two pups in the Umatilla National Forest in northern Union County - evidence that Oregon has its first reproducing wolf pack in many decades.
Clarke was Warrington's only ever-present this season and, after being 18th man for the midseason Test against France, played for the Northern Union in last month's centenary international against the All Golds.
The 31-year-old former Kiwi captain, who is retiring at the end of the season, has agreed to play against a Northern Union XIII at Warrington on October 20 in a re-enactment of New Zealand's first tour in 1907.
This was just 30 years after the Civil War, when Northern Union troops had left much of the South, especially Georgia, in ruins.
Lord Lamb is sure to be all the rage for the novice chase but better value can be had with Andrew Parker's Northern Union (1.
The author of this book has done a great service to the field with this fine book that places the split between Rugby-Football Union and the Northern Union (now called "rugby league") into its historical context.
South Orange's Larry Aronson, a former executive with Revlon, Warner Lambert, and Procter & Gamble, has teamed up with Homewatch CareGivers, the largest, most experienced international provider of full-service home care, to deliver vital, high-quality home care services throughout Essex, Morris and northern Union counties.
Locally, large crowds basked in the sun at cricket and bowls matches, and the captain of Huddersfield's Northern Union Rugby Football Club, Harold Wagstaff, was a national sporting hero.

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