August 2013
Rugby League Week;8/8/2013, Issue 32, p60
The article offers information on the greatest thrill of "Rugby League Week" Immortals Bobby Fulton, Johnny Raper, Reg Gasnier and Clive Churchill at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) in New South Wales. According to Churchill, his biggest thrill was the deciding win with the Ashes in the Test series over England in 1950. Raper mentions that his biggest thrioll was the Third Test against England in 1962.


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