Phil
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Mad Butcher Fox Memorial 2005 Kicks Off

TOMORROW is the kick off of the Auckland Rugby League, 2005 Mad Butcher Fox Memorial.

Auckland Rugby League Mad Butcher Grading Round Complete

THE Auckland Rugby League Mad Butcher Fox Memorial Grading Round is now complete. No major surprises in the final weekend?s games, although, new comers, East Coast Bays finishing in second place in Section 1 will raise a few eyebrows. A winning margin of 50 points over the Glenora Bears will have them brimming with confidence as they head in to compete, for the first time, for the Mad Butcher Fox Memorial

Auckland Rugby League Grading Round Final Games In The Balance

THE Auckland Rugby League Mad Butcher Fox Memorial Grading Round heads into a fascinating last round of games tomorrow. Only three teams are guaranteed a start in the elite, Mad Butcher Fox Memorial Division 1. Mt Albert, Te Atatu, and Richmond will simply go through the motions tomorrow. Seven other teams will fight out the remaining five spots.

Bulldogs deal to Vikings in Mad Butcher Grading Round

GREY Lynn park, and the Richmond Bulldogs took on the Bay Roskill Vikings in round 5 of the Mad Butcher Fox Memorial Grading Round.

Otahuhu and Ellerslie battle it out in Mad Butcher Fox Memorial Grading Round

HENHAM Park, home of the Otahuhu Leopards, and today, the venue for the clash between Otahuhu and the Ellerslie Eagles. Otahuhu and Ellerslie, bedfellows in the Bartercard Cup competition but rivals in the Auckland Rugby League Premier Grading Round.

Mt Albert Lions Take Honours At Freyberg Park

THE Auckland Rugby League Mad Butcher Fox Memorial Grading Round today saw a match up that was a bit special. Freyberg Park played host to the game between the East Coast Bays Barracudas and the Mt Albert Lions.

Auckland Rugby League Premier Results

MAD Butcher Grading Round

Mad Butcher Fox Memorial Grading Round - Round 2

SECTION 1

Auckland Rugby League Premier Results

MAD Butcher Grading Round

Kiwis in good hands

AND so?in the cold hard light of day, the stats and the score remain the same as they did last night. Kangaroos 28, Kiwis 26. A sense of disappointment, but also a feeling of pride for this gnarly old Kiwi supporter. Pride in the fact that, for now at least, my team is able to compete with the very best League team in the world. Not only are they able to compete but they came incredibly close to pulling off an historic victory. But for a lack of defensive attention for ten minutes and the odd errant goal kick, it was theirs.

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