April 2006
Rugby League Week;4/5/2006, p20
The article presents information on the True Fans competition organized by the magazine "Rugby League Week." The magazine asks the readers to send their photos along with few details of how long they have been supporting their rugby team. The magazine is looking for league's most devoted fans and the selected reader's pictures will appear in the magazine.


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