Adams, Tony
July 2009
Rugby League Week;7/29/2009, p37
The article reports that the team members of the Canberra Raiders and the Balmain Tigers, which contested in the 1989 grand final of the New South Wales rugby league (NSWRL) have joined hands to raise funds for the Tigers junior league. It is stated that the teams have invited their fans to participate in the luncheon which will also commemorate the historic 1989 final. Former member of the Raiders and current coach of the Tigers, Tim Sheens describes the 1989 final as a special event for him.


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