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18. The Mighty Magpies held their Annual Reunion at Pratten Park 2006

Posted by... quigs eraofthebiff - on ... Saturday, May 05, 2012

YARN OF THE MONTH #18 ..... (original entry date) 01/09/2006.

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On the 29th july 2006 The Mighty Magpies, the old Western Suburbs Warriors held their Annual Reunion at Pratten Park. Tony Lewis, of www.noelkellyskids.info was kind enough to send "The Biff" some great pics from the night. It looks like many a great old match was replayed during the reunion. No exaggerations, no untruths, just straight honest reminiscing..

Good on you Maggies... (thanks Tony) ... some of the Biff Hardmen and Heroes were in attendance and have links off their names.


Arthur Summons and Peter Dimond



Arthur Summons and Peter Dimond with a very notable trophy



Arthur and Magpie



Barry Bryant and his two sons Kurt and BJ


Barry Bryant and Ron Costello


Harry Wells (see Harry in action below 1954)


The story of the England - NSW brawl in 1954 was so big that it made the front page of all major Sunday papers. This is how the Sun Herald showed the notorious day. From left to right, H Wells (Wests) Aus, Touch Judge, D Greenall UK, Ref Oxford, Noel Pidding, J Henderson, A Burnell and Clive Churchill.

Read more in Memorable matches No 3 at the eraofthebiff.com


Ian Walsh and Noel Kelly


Ian Walsh and Noel Kelly - spinning yarns



John Baker, Don Parish and Doug Walkenden



Ken Stonestreet and Doug Walkenden


Laurie Bruyeres and Noel Kelly - still continuing the yarn from yesteryear?


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Noel Dolton


Peter Dimond



Phil Franks and Barry Glasgow



Singing Old Magpie Song.



Tony Ford



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