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Wallaby Latham to play in tsunami match

October 6, 2018
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Wallabies fullback Chris Latham is the latest addition to theSouthern Hemisphere side for next month’s rugby union tsunami aidmatch in London. (Sydney Morning Herald — 7 hours ago)
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The southern hemisphere will boast all three Tri-Nations Test captains with New Zealand skipper Tana Umaga joining Australia’s George Gregan and South Africa’s John Smit in the tsunami appeal match with the northern hemisphere at Twickenham next month. (The Australian — 18 hours ago)
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Former Wallabies coach Rod Macqueen is exhorting southern hemisphere officials to put the best team on the field for the tsunami appeal match with the northern hemisphere at Twickenham next month. (The Australian — 3 February, 2005)
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A galaxy of union stars including George Gregan, John Smit, TanaUmaga and Phil Waugh have all jumped on board for next month’s IRBRugby Aid clash. (Sydney Morning Herald — 3 February, 2005)
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New Zealand captain Tana Umaga has made himself available for theIRB Rugby Aid Match at Twickenham on March 5. (Sydney Morning Herald — 3 February, 2005)
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Wallabies captain George Gregan is keen to join a southernhemisphere rugby union side to play the northern hemisphere in aidof tsunami victims. (Sydney Morning Herald — 1 February, 2005)
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Nsw Waratahs flanker Stephen Hoiles has impressed his teammates too many times to count since breaking into the Wallabies side last year. (The Australian — 11 hours ago)
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Clive Woodward and Rod Macqueen have been named in charge of theNorth vs South rugby teams whose match will raise money for theIndian Ocean tsunami victims. (Sydney Morning Herald — 3 February, 2005)
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Rugby union’s North-South world contest received a major boost withWallabies skipper George Gregan’s decision to play in the charitymatch. (Sydney Morning Herald — 1 February, 2005)
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Australian Rugby Union chief executive Gary Flowers will discuss onThursday local Super 12 teams’ involvement in next month’s tsunamicharity match. (Sydney Morning Herald — 2 February, 2005)
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