Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by lasvegas, May 27, 2005.
we were just admitted into the comp
What are they being called - the Broadwater Boxers (after the jellyfish)?
THE Gold Coast will become the 16th team to join the National Rugby League competition, the NRL has announced. The Gold Coast beat bids from the New South Wales Central Coast and from Wellington in New Zealand and will join the competition in 2007. The decision was announced after a meeting of the NRL partnership committee in Sydney this morning. Sydney Roosters' assistant coach John Cartwright will be head coach of the new premiership team. AAP
they should call themselves the Metre Maids! Lasvegas are you going to support them instead now?
Yeah Vegas whats going on there?
I note he said "WE were just admitted into the comp"
Not a true supporter..
far from it gents,i will always be an eagle,it just means i get to see an nrl game every second week which is far better than going to see those filthy broncos now and then.they will however support them in every game except against the eagles.
I think that they are going to known as the Pirates, is that right vegas?
Not the backdoor bandits?
What aobut the Gold Coast Schoolies!!!! That or the White Shoe Brigade, in memory of Russ Hinze and Joh
We?????? Is vegas Cliffy GC who has been trumpetting the arrival of the Dolphins/Pirates/Patriots/Chargers/Giants/Seagulls for months now...............
hope the central coast get pissed off! sucked in bears, once a loser always a loser
Given the prevailing population of the Gold Coast they should be called the Samurais.
steel my jokes why dont you, get your own material
I just read yours now Pepsi - great minds think alike. I'm spewing you beat me by 5 minutes though. Gold Coast Brazilians.
I have put up a separate thread for GC names. Could call them the Sir Cliffords and get Pizza Hut to sponsor them!!!!
The Gold Coast Dole Bludgers. Moto of the team - you can afford to watch us play, EVEN when your on the dole.
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