Rugby League International Comes to Philly

March 2011 marks the coming of the Irish. The Battle of St. Patricks Day XII will be hosted here in Philly and everyone is invited. We hope to get some good numbers attending so make sure to clear your calendars in March. For more information, go to the We Are Rugby website. Hope to see
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ANZACC Cricket Vs. British Officers Cricket Club

Late this Summer Team ANZACC matched up against the BOCC. We batted first and after an initial flurry of runs were summarily dismissed by the more established bowling line up of BOCC. Salger, Duncan, Kavanagh, Love, Lochhead and Flemming (basically everyone except me (Captain Tingate)) showed great promise with the bat and each made important
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Cephalon takes stake in stem cell developer

Cephalon Inc., a biopharmaceutical-maker, is banking on help from Down Under to help boost its product line in the coming years. Cephalon, of Frazer (near Malvern outside of Philadelphia), said it would take a 20 percent stake in an Australian company for rights to commercialize stem cell therapies for cardiovascular and nervous-system conditions, including heart
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Sav Rocca likes chances of unloved Eagles

The former Collingwood and North Melbourne star sees Philadelphia’s clashes with division rival Dallas tomorrow and New York Giants next week as the pivotal fortnight in its season. The Eagles are on top of the NFC East division with four matches to play and wins against the Cowboys and Giants could secure their playoff spot.
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Watching the Ashes 2010 Series from the U.S

With the Ashes looming, the Aussies are looking more and more like the underdogs, a mantle that may suit them better. Issues with fitness, confidence and overall form are weighing heavily  on the minds of all supporters. By contrast England have been fairly low-key apart from their fairly disturbing series of sprinkler dancing activities. So
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