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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,936,895
2 noelwoodhouse 3,978,152
3 NeilHamilton 3,442,244
4 DonnaTelfer 3,397,522
5 Rhonda.M 3,337,139
...
1156 felicia1963 35,447
1157 ProsserGreen 35,421
1158 asbull1 35,377
1159 MatthewWoolston 35,374
1160 ljp031 35,346
1161 rbell35 35,336

35,374 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2020 10,083
January 2020 6,946
December 2019 844
November 2019 582
October 2019 5,955
September 2019 123
July 2019 262
June 2019 4,496
May 2019 5,555
April 2019 528

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,936,693
2 noelwoodhouse 3,978,152
3 NeilHamilton 3,442,115
4 DonnaTelfer 3,397,496
5 Rhonda.M 3,337,126
...
1152 felicia1963 35,447
1153 ProsserGreen 35,421
1154 asbull1 35,377
1155 MatthewWoolston 35,374
1156 ljp031 35,346
1157 rbell35 35,336

35,374 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2020 10,083
January 2020 6,946
December 2019 844
November 2019 582
October 2019 5,955
September 2019 123
July 2019 262
June 2019 4,496
May 2019 5,555
April 2019 528

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LEAGUE RUGBY. (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Saturday 25 September 1915 [Issue No.12,761] page 10 2020-02-18 09:57 and tho supporters of the sport in this
and the supporters of the sport in this
LEAGUE RUGBY. (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Saturday 25 September 1915 [Issue No.12,761] page 10 2020-02-18 09:57 probably tho most successful affair of its
probably the most successful affair of its
LEAGUE RUGBY. (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Saturday 25 September 1915 [Issue No.12,761] page 10 2020-02-18 09:22 In the H, R, Larkin competition will be
In the H, R. Larkin competition will be
LEAGUE RUGBY. (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Saturday 25 September 1915 [Issue No.12,761] page 10 2020-02-18 09:22 probably tho most successful affair of Its
kind that has yet taken place under tlio
auspices of a football club, "and tlio en
thisiastico nuturo of tlhe protoedings loft
no doubt as to tho oateoem n1 wlllch tllh
returnod licru was held by the footballers
End tho supporters of the uporl in this
district. Theo oficials of tli club havo
Peaon to feel gratiflud, not only at lth
uct.oss of tho function, but of the fact
that they wcro the first. to tender our
Noecastlo boys a public welcome to their
bomu-town. It is surprislng that tho city
fathers have not yet moved In the Hnot
ter, but it may be hoped that, nlthough
they havo been forestalled by the foot
ballors, they will yet allow the citizens
probably tho most successful affair of its
kind that has yet taken place under the
auspices of a football club, and the en-
thisiastic nature of the proceedings left
no doubt as to the esteem in which the
returned hero was held by the footballers
and tho supporters of the sport in this
district. The officials of the club have
reason to feel gratified, not only at the
success of the function, but of the fact
that they were the first to tender our
Newcastle boys a public welcome to their
home-town. It is surprising that the city
fathers have not yet moved in the mat-
ter, but it may be hoped that, although
they have been forestalled by the foot-
ballers, they will yet allow the citizens
LEAGUE RUGBY. (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Saturday 25 September 1915 [Issue No.12,761] page 10 2020-02-18 09:14 LEAGUE RUGBY.. ;
S (Dy.Contro Forward.) .' ":
SBoth'the Eight-h6ur and the E..R'.,Lar
kint'memorial competitioni will, be!ýcn
nuoncod this afternoon,: tho:.latter'copi-:
titionbeong restriqted to tho, third Land
fourth grades, South Newcastle; Northerni
Suburbs,' East Newcastle, and- Wastern
Suburbs are the entrants. In the o"iplit;.
hour. competition,-" and this ,afternodn!»
gamo, which will be played at,tho,:Leaguio
Ground, is between'Northern Suburbs ahd
South Newcaetle.-- South are burunng;?to
avengo their' recent defet hby, Northbor
Silburbs, whilst Northern are, equollyK :e
anxious to place the matter boyond doubt
by registering another win. Added to hils
the fact that' the -competition is dociodd
on the "'nock-out" or "sudden . death"
principle, and that both teans are capable
of fast, uetertaining, and high-olass nu'g-i
result. Included Ip the tnin 'selected: to
reproesnt ,Northorn Is a well-known knd
highly capable Rugby Union 'player, ' it
,Ib. Price. South have a couple of changes
from their usual thirteen, and it is pleas
ing to note their giving Donle, a prbmis.
Ing junior, an opportunity. Several of the
players who so ably represented New
castle In Sydney last Saturday, will, bo
out in action to-day, and with '.Mr.
M'Mahon in control of tho, game, Oevry
thing points to a good exhibition,'
early fixture, The Sports Ground wlllbo'
devoted to the juniors, and two matchdn
In the H, II, Lnrlin conpetition will be
decilod.
Tho smoke concert promoted by thoe
East Newcastle Club on Thursday ovenlnn
as a welcomo honeo to their wounded
comrade, Private Stnn Mntthowa, VWat
At the annunl prize distribution to 'thi
studentp of Bourno College, Quinton (Eng
land), the head mnster said the school
had won a rt'mnrlablo distinction in hav
ing provided the tallest man In the Brit-1
ish Army, His bight' oas 6It 0%ln; "'
LEAGUE RUGBY.
By Centre Forward.)
Both the Eight-hour and the E.R.Lar-
kin memorial competition will, be com-
menced this afternoon,the latter compet-
ition being restricted to the, third and
fourth grades, South Newcastle; Northern
Suburbs,East Newcastle, and Western
Suburbs are the entrants. In the Eight-
hour competition,and this afternoon's
game, which will be played at the League
Ground, is between Northern Suburbs and
South Newcastle. South are burning to
avenge their recent defeat by Northern
Suburbs, whilst Northern are equally as
anxious to place the matter beyond doubt
by registering another win. Added to this
the fact that' the competition is decided
on the "knock-out" or "sudden death"
principle, and that both teams are capable
of fast, entertaining, and high-class Rug-
result. Included in the team selected to
represent Northern Is a well-known and
highly capable Rugby Union player, in
Eb. Price. South have a couple of changes
from their usual thirteen, and it is pleas-
ing to note their giving Donie, a promis-
ing junior, an opportunity. Several of the
players who so ably represented New-
castle in Sydney last Saturday, will, be
out in action to-day, and with Mr.
M'Mahon in control of the, game, every
thing points to a good exhibition.
early fixture, The Sports Ground will be
devoted to the juniors, and two matches
In the H, R, Larkin competition will be
decided.
The smoke concert promoted by the
East Newcastle Club on Thursday evening
as a welcome home to their wounded
comrade, Private Stan Matthews, was
At the annual prize distribution to the
students of Bourne College, Quinton (Eng-
land), the head master said the school
had won a remarkable distinction in hav-
ing provided the tallest man in the Brit-
ish Army, His height was 6ft and a half inches.
RUGBY LEAGUE. (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Saturday 8 December 1928 [Issue No.16,271] page 10 2020-02-18 08:11 light.
night.
RUGBY LEAGUE. (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Saturday 8 December 1928 [Issue No.16,271] page 10 2020-02-18 08:11 * IttlCIl3Y 1~ACUE.
Sootlt1 NeWucnstlho ]tgby Leaoge Foot.
inll Club 'iwillhlold its ollrdl smokoe coi.
I?FtI; i Moroivwctll'. School 'of Arot, to.
,,ight. * · ' ?' " * ??,
RUGBY LEAGUE
South Newcastle Rugby League Foot-
ball Club will hold its annual smoke con-
cert in Merewether School of Arts, to-
light.
Rugby League (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Thursday 8 November 1934 [Issue No.5276] page 21 2020-02-18 08:08 Trophies won by Newcastle Rugby-j
League teams last season will be pre-i
sented at the annual smoke concert'
Ravaged by Grasshoppers, — Her- '
midale, Thursday: Grasshoppers ara j
hailstorm travelling, and when they ;
alight the ground Is just black with
them. They are cleaning up every- :
thing before them. Though some!
graziers are poisoning them, they,
seem thicker than ever. They ap- '
Trophies won by Newcastle Rugby
League teams last season will be pre-
sented at the annual smoke concert
Ravaged by Grasshoppers, — Her-
midale, Thursday: Grasshoppers are
hailstorm traveling, and when they
alight the ground is just black with
them. They are cleaning up every-
thing before them. Though some
graziers are poisoning them, they
seem thicker than ever. They ap-
CESSNOCK RUGBY LEAGUE First Annual Smoke (Article), The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder (NSW : 1913 - 1954), Tuesday 28 October 1930 [Issue No.1561] page 7 2020-02-18 08:07 ?At to-aiiyht'a)Bmoko the ^Hospital
and Schools of Arts Cups, won -by
Clayton's and lAbermain rBfipectlvely.
?will *e presented 'ftd 1 these taams.
At to-nights smoko the Hospital
and Schools of Arts Cups, won by
Clayton's and Abermain respectively.
will be presented to these teams.
CESSNOCK RUGBY LEAGUE First Annual Smoke (Article), The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder (NSW : 1913 - 1954), Tuesday 28 October 1930 [Issue No.1561] page 7 2020-02-18 08:05 more polish to mould them into a
flfst-olass Bide.
material here,needing only a little
more polish to mould them into a

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