York City Knights Players: Albert Firth, Andrew Lambert (Rugby League), Anthony Thackeray, Arthur Bassett, Arthur Lloyd (Rugby League), Arthur Th

9781155688800: York City Knights Players: Albert Firth, Andrew Lambert (Rugby League), Anthony Thackeray, Arthur Bassett, Arthur Lloyd (Rugby League), Arthur Th
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 51. Chapters: Albert Firth, Andrew Lambert (rugby league), Anthony Thackeray, Arthur Bassett, Arthur Lloyd (rugby league), Arthur Thomas (rugby league), Austin Buchanan, Barry Banks (rugby league), Basil Watts, Ben Jones (rugby league born 1988), Brad Davis (rugby), Brett Waller, Brian Briggs, Carl Dooler, Carl Hughes, Chris Green (rugby league), Chris Langley, Chris Smith (rugby league), Craig Farrell (rugby league), Dai Prosser, Danny Brough, Danny Grimshaw, Dan Lewis (rugby league), Dave Watson (rugby league), David Barends, David Bates (rugby league), David Buckley (rugby league), David March, Dennis Goodwin, Edgar Dawson (rugby league), Edward Owen (rugby), Fata Sini, Frank Lee (rugby league), Gareth Dobson, Gareth Moore, Gary Divorty, Gary Pearce (rugby), Gary Price (rugby league), Gary Stephens, Geoffrey Clarkson, Geoffrey Smith (rugby league), Geoff Wriglesworth, George Saddington, Graeme Hallas, Graham Steadman, Harry Field (rugby league), Ian Kirke, Isaac Cole, Jack Lee (rugby league), James Ford (rugby league), James Houston (rugby league), Jason Golden, Jeff Moores, Jeff Stevenson (rugby league), John Henderson (rugby league), Jordan Ross, Jordan Tansey, Lee Hanlan, Lee Jackson (rugby league), Lee Paterson, Leslie Sheard, Leslie White (rugby league born circa-1920), Lou Brown (rugby league), Loz Wildbore, Mark Applegarth, Mark Barlow, Matt Blaymire, Mel Rosser, Michael Worrincy, Mick Sullivan, Nathan Freer, Nathan Graham, Nathan Massey (rugby league born 1989), Neil Fox (rugby league), Neil Lowe, Nigel Stephenson, Norman Fender, Paul Broadbent, Paul Darley, Paul Hughes (rugby league), Paul King (rugby league), Paul March, Paul Prendiville, Peter Fox (rugby league born 1984), Peter Ramsden, Peter Roe (rugby league), Richard Goddard (rugby league), Richard Wallace (rugby league), Rikki Sheriffe, Rob Spicer, Ryan McDonald (rugby league), St. John Ellis, Steve Diamond, Tabua Cakacaka, Tawera Nikau, Terry Clawson, Thomas Dingsdale, Tommy Harris (rugby), Tom Bush, Tom Haberecht, Tom Haughey, Victor Yorke, Waine Pryce, Wayne Reittie, William Kirkbride, William Thomas (rugby league born circa-1905). Excerpt: Tawera Nuieia Nikau (born 1 January 1967) is a former professional rugby league footballer of the 1990s and 2000s. A New Zealand international representative forward, he played club football at a number of different clubs in New Zealand, England and Australia during his career, including the Melbourne Storm's victory in the 1999 NRL season Grand Final. Nikau was born in Huntly, New Zealand. He began his career playing rugby league for the Otara Scorpions and rugby union for the East Tamaki Rugby Union club in Auckland before his family moved to the Waikato. A Waikato and Auckland representative, Nikau played his early club football for the Otahuhu Leopards, York Wasps, Sheffield and Castleford Tigers. Tawera Nikau played Loose forward/Lock in Castleford Tigers' 33-2 victory over Wigan in the 1993-94 Regal Trophy final at Headingley Stadium, Leeds on Saturday 22 January 1994. He spent the 1988 season with the Canterbury Bulldogs on the New Zealand Rugby League's "Rookie Scheme". Having already spent several seasons playing in England, during which time he earned representative honours for his country, from 1996 to 1999, Nikau played in the Australian NRL, spending the 1996-1997 with the Cronulla Sharks, losing the 1997 Super League Grand Final to the Broncos in Brisbane. He joined the Melbourne Storm team in its 1998 inaugural year, helping the team reach a third place finish in the minor premiership. Melbourne also did well the following season and Nikau played at lock forward in the 1999 NRL Grand Final victory over the St. George-Illawarra Dragons. Nikau's performance has been credited with sparking Melbourne's second-half comeback. From 1999 to 2001, Nikau was under...

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