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G.P.S. doubt on Wallaby
Brisbane G.P.S. - Rugby Union club is unlikely to take advantage of the offer made bv Wallaby. Arthur Buchan.
to play tar them this season. Buchan, who is stationed \n Vlurwillumbah, offered to travel :o Brisbane each week-end to ;ake part in club matches. Also in Murwillumbah and keen to play in Brisbane are former Toowoomba winger, Doug. Anthony, and former G.P.S. half-back, Ralph Sell wood. G.P.S. secretary, Tom Simp son, said yesterday: 'We have intact the young side which won its last five matches in a row in the 1949 season, while Eddie Broad and Allan Ware were in New Zealand, and do not feel like breaking them up. 'While we have not defi nitely rejected the offer made by those three players, it is not likely that we will ac cept.' A grade entry Eastern Districts Rugby [Jnion Club has made applica tion to enter an A grade side this year. The retiring executive com mittee of the Q.R.U. will re commend to the incoming committee that the applica tion 'be granted.. Eagle Junction Rugby Union Club vlll hold Us annual meeting* at 8.0 to llght In the Kallnga Theatre.