Edgeworth Eagles and the Bears share one of the strongest rivalries in the NBN State League with most games decided by the odd goal.

The Bears have had the wood over the Eagles in recent times but the Eagles have started the 2009 season in good form while the Bears have witnessed some poor results, so the Bears made the trip over the mountain with a view to get their season back on track.

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WEST WALLSEND BLUEBELLS v TORONTO AWABA

at Varley Park Saturday 2-30pm

When Chris Miner emerged from the Edgeworth change rooms last Friday night you could tell he was filthy on his side’s performance. His red eyes gave it away.

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EDGEWORTH EAGLES v WESTON WORKERS BEARS

at Jack McLaughlan Oval, Friday 8.30pm

The Edgeworth Eagles will be looking to consolidate on their first win of the season last week when they take on the Weston Bears in what shapes up to be another grand battle which these clubs usually produce.

Last year saw Weston do the double on the Eagles in two very different types of games.

The Edgeworth Eagles will be looking to consolidate on their first win of the season last week when they take on the Weston Bears in what shapes up to be another grand battle which these clubs usually produce.

 

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Weston continued to achieve through the 1920's with continual appearances in cup competitions - Hemmings Cup, Gardiner Cup, Kerr Cup, Stevenson Cup with mixed success.

In 1923 Tom Oliver became the clubs first player to represent Australia when he played in a test against a touring Chinese team. 1936 became Weston’s "marvelous season" as the 'Geordies' took out the seasons double against powerful opposition from the Sydney area. During these years Weston was the home of many great players including: Jim (Skeeta) Wilkinson, Jim McNab, Tom (Pincher) Harris & Jim Harden. Joel hjklf klajfklj

 

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