Adams, Tony
June 2006
Rugby League Week;6/21/2006, p12
The article presents information related to Matt Utai, Rugby League football player of Cantebury Bulldogs. Bulldogs team-mates insist that Utai is league's most damaging flanker. The 25-year-old had another sensational game against the out-of-sorts North Queensland at Carrara Stadium on the Gold Coast last Sunday before suffering a suspected broken hand.


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