TITLE

Heroic Hunt passes Test

AUTHOR(S)
Marshall, Matt
PUB. DATE
May 2006
SOURCE
Rugby League Week;5/10/2006, p11
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents information related to Rugby League football player of North Queensland Cowboys, Karmichael Hunt. Ricky Stuart, coach of Australia, said that although Hunt's selection shrouded in controversy, he will stay as a Test player. Old players Danny Buderus and Petero Civoniceva also praised the selection of Hunt. Buderus said that Hunt got bashed every time he hit the line but just kept running as hard as he could. Civoniceva said that Hunt showed so much courage. One could see all the New Zealanders racing down on top of him trying to do as much damage as they could, but he just kept getting up and tearing back.
ACCESSION #
21026244

 

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