August 2013
Rugby League Week;8/8/2013, Issue 32, p71
An interview with professional rugby league player and coach Tommy Raudonikis is presented. Raudonikis discusses how he got involved in rugby leagues. He shares his games under Western Suburbs and getting involved also with Newton Jets rugby league football clubs. He elaborates the damages occurred to a dressing shed at Campbelltown in New South Wales.


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