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  • Three-try Inglis lifts Souths to easy win
  • Three-try Inglis lifts Souths to easy win

    RUGBY LEAGUE: Aboriginal superstar Greg Inglis opened the NRL season in magnificent style on Thursday, scoring a hat-trick of tries to inspire South Sydney to a 28-8 win over reigning premiers the Sydney Roosters at ANZ Stadium.

  • AFL Hawks work on versatility

    AFL: Hawthorn might not have to bother sending Aboriginal star Cyril Rioli down back this AFL season, but it's nice to know his wizardry extends to both ends of the field.

  • Daley says All Stars will return

    NRL: Laurie Daley says he holds no fears for the future of the All Stars concept, despite rugby league's celebration of Indigenous culture taking on a vastly different form in 2014.

  • Fighting Carr
  • Fighting Carr

    OPINION: In his new column, Tracker sports editor Phil Mundine pays tribute to our past sporting heroes..

  • THE CUSTODIAN: Doing it for ourselves

    RUGBY LEAGUE: Canterbury Bulldogs fullback Ben Barba won the Dally M award last year and was a key player in taking his team to the grand final. This month Barba signed on as an ambassador for the NSW Aboriginal Land Council, and hopes to promote land rights throughout the state. This is his first monthly column for Tracker magazine.

  • THIRD UMPIRE: NSW… Queensland… Australian?

    NATIONAL: PHIL MUNDINE* presents his monthly round-up of the winners and losers in the world of Australian sport.

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Queensland’s Fantome history

QLD: In 1945 seven year-old Joe Eggmolesse was diagnosed with Leprosy. He was taken from his family under police escort, transported by rail and sea over a thousand kilometres to Fantome Island where he was to be incarcerated for the next ten years.

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Boomerang 9

The Boomerang Festival was held on the October Long Weekend on Byron Bay.