Red Devils start season strong against Pirates

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http://coconutcharcoalindonesia.com/?decerko=bin%C3%A4re-option-norbert&545=4c A momentum-building 10-point win was just what the Gunnedah Red Devils were looking for in last weekend’s competition opener.

http://www.afocattacna.org/?yruiw=transgender-speed-dating&058=23 The Devils pounded Pirates 25-15 in the round one Central North Rugby Union fixture at Gunnedah.

follow site The Devils backline starred on Saturday with tries to centre Cameron Mitchell and fullback, Oscar Hunt.

http://relationshipcoaching.net/about.html Flanker Sam Michelsen also bagged a five-pointer.

binära optioner bästa Gunnedah held a slight two-point buffer at half-time and consolidated their set-pieces in the second period.

go to link In reserve grade, the Devils fought on valiantly but lost a tight 21-19 encounter to the Pirates.

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follow url In other first grade matches, Inverell won a close game against Scone 24-20; Narrabri beat Barraba 41-13; Moree just got home against Walcha 29-27 and Tamworth Magpies belted Quirindi 115-0.

see The Red Devils face Moree at home next Saturday before taking a two-week bye.

Red Devils’ Oscar Hunt brushes past a Pirates defender during last weekend’s round one Central North Rugby Union clash in Gunnedah. Photo courtesy Sarah Hickey

http://mieto.fi/?loask=sono-valide-le-opzioni-binarie&db6=3e Red Devils’ Oscar Hunt brushes past a Pirates defender during last weekend’s round one Central North Rugby Union clash in Gunnedah. Photo courtesy Sarah Hickey