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    Australian Rugby League

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    investigates the epic battle between the Australian Rugby League which has been around for 87 years and the Super League concept for the control of Rugby League in Australia. One man, Mr Rupert Murdoch, is trying to take over and run a rebel Super League to enhance his power and for financial gain. This Super League is proposed to run in 1996 with a 10 team competition as its prospectus. This report reviews the history of the Australian Rugby League, the battle between Mr.Murdoch and Mr.Packer, the

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    establish and improve pathways and systems to maximize sport development. This essay will discuss and critically analyse the different types of development structures and nature between Rugby League and ice hockey as recognised sports of Australia. Australia has, with its old and inherent football-culture of Rugby League/Union and Aussie Rules, been predominately focused on the domestic development and international competition while aiming at recognition of these sports. AIS has together with the majority

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    Essay On Rugby League

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    Today, Rugby League is one of the main stream sports in Australia. There are three types of Rugby, Australian Rugby Union, Australian Football League, and Australian Rugby League. Comparing with ARU, ARL’s degree of recognition in the world is lower, however, the popularity in Australia is higher. Generally, ARL is enjoyed as a Australian local sports, and supported by the residents who have lived the area. Therefore, by focusing on the historical aspects, we can assume the relationship between Rugby

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    Drugs in NRL – Emily Rabone The use of performance enhancing drugs within sport is dealt with by a tribunal for that sport, a tribunal is a forum for dispute resolution set up by a club or organisation to ensure that the Code of Behaviour or Code of Conduct and the Member Protection Policy are properly interpreted and enforced (Play by the rules. 2014). A sporting tribunal is not expected to act as a court of law and is not required to follow any specific legal process, other than what is outlined

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    Soccer and American football are two of the most popular sports in the world. Soccer is thought to be the most prominent game on the planet and American football is known as America 's most loved game. Soccer is referred to as “football" or "futbol" in most countries besides the U.S. While both games are to a degree alike, they have real contrasts that make them so special and pleasant for their cherished fans. “Football and soccer are mostly similar (in team aspect) with some notable differences

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    Dear Diary, Today was the most embarrassing day of my life. I hope this will never happen to me again. Here’s how my day went. I woke up this morning around 7:30am. It was the Grand Final day for my Under 17’s football side. We were undefeated. I was the full forward and so far I have kicked ninety seven goals. I need at least three more goals this game to get my first one hundred goal season. I was going through my normal Sunday morning football routine. Get up, eat breakfast (nine wheat bix and

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    only way to prove them wrong i turned to my athleticism and the only thing keeping me sane was my passion for poetry. I did this all in the hopes of making it into college. As an athlete I followed two sports I had a deep passion for, football and rugby. The only two sports where my intensity and rough mindset would fit perfectly. During the past summer I went to a camp on Oahu called, G.P.A. 2016 Football Showcase. It was a first time at the position I chose, cornerback. The showcase was three

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    Violence In Sport Essay

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    Sport Analyst John Cooper has spent the last seven years examining the behaviour of professional rugby players on field. The hostile- aggressive acts particularly evident in 21st century rugby league have caused increasing concern amongst industry heavy weights with commissions being authorized in Australia to investigate borderline violence on the field. Violent behaviour in the community is naturally treated as socially unacceptable, however, it is considered entertaining once a punch is thrown

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    Alex Mckinnson Case Study

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    The question today is whether Alex McKinnon should sue the National Rugby League for the injuries he sustained in a game last year. Well today learned colleagues, I will argue that he should not sue the NRL on the basis of negligence. First and foremost, on behalf of the National Rugby League and myself, we would like to extend our condolences for such a horrendous situation and we wish him all the best. Representing the defence, the nature of this case regards clams that the NRL was negligent in

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    American Football and Rugby

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    Two different rules, two different balls, two different sports; at first glance Rugby and American football seem to have very little in common, but in reality they actually have a lot in common. Many of the fans that declare allegiance to one sport seem to condescend and down the other. Perhaps that is because they are so similar that it is easy to declare that one is better than another. For example you would not say that basketball has a more efficient scoring system than baseball or vice versa

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