Adams, Tony
May 2006
Rugby League Week;5/24/2006, p10
The article reports that enforced holidays away from Rugby League football have worked wonders for out-of-form Cantebury Bulldogs players Brent Sherwin and Willie Tonga. Sherwin, back from a stint in Premier League and a month's absence with a broken hand, and Tonga, revitalized after a two-week suspension, were the stars of the club's fourth straight win last Sunday. Bulldogs coach Steve Folkes was delighted with the contributions of his two key backs, who were struggling for form in the early rounds. Tonga was one of several Bulldogs outside backs to benefit from Sherwin's smart passes and pinpoint kicks.


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