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UNBEATEN ABORIGINES HAVE GOOD REPUTATION
'T'HE Cherbourg team of aboriginal Rugby League footballers to meet Brisbane at the Brisbane Cricket Ground on Saturday Includes a num
ber of well-known players. Frank Tlsher, the captain, played In the Wide Bay team against the last English team. Jim Brough, the tour ing captain, said that Fisher was the best country player the Englishmen had encountered Fisher has played 8 number of brilliant fames In Brisbane. He Is fast, with a dls lnctive side-step, playing either at fly-half or centre three-quarter. J. Gee Gee, the wine, three-quarter, pos sesses great speed and Is a convincing tackier. He has played In premiership teams in ?- the western parts or Queensland. B. Fisher, a rentre. Is only 17 yeras of age, and' Is moulding -his play along spectacular lines'. ? N. Clark Ian brilliant half-b,ack, prob ably, the equal of several who have played ' in 'this season's Bullmba Cup matches. H. Costello. a centre. Is said to be outstand yisher. while the forwards are fast,. and g-ood tacklers and handlers. . The team has not been' defeated- this sea ?pn;,.1- -It Is: — ?'??? ?? .' ?''??.??'?'.-?''.????- FjUl-bacfc . 3v CChln: -three-quartefi,- Vj. Gee Gee, B. Fisher. H. Cqstello, L. Chambers; Mand-nlf half. F. . J*iRher- icaptalm: half back.- N; C)aTk;' forwards.- T. Martin.'-H. JBIrd, A. 6tan.!ejv A. Purcell. C.' Hill, P. BondM:* itrves, J. - Maloni,- 8. . Alberts; K. Blair,'- J. Sdwards. Buckle?. : -? ~ - ?'????? ? ?