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Breakers Play Last Home Game for 2013 Season

This Saturday 10th August will be your last chance to support the Bond University Breakers at home for season 2013 when they take on North Brisbane in Round 17.

It also coincides with our annual Breakers Old Boys Day which will see many past players at the games and our 2004 Premiership winning Captain, Matt Windle, presenting jerseys to the Premier team at 1.30pm.

Congratulations to Vitori who celebrates 100 games for the Breakers on Saturday. He now joins an illustrious group of players including Matt Windle, Blair Wilkes, Courtney Dunn, Leigh Holtsbaum, Rubin Fuiamono, Grant Anderson, Sam Batty, Dale Salmon, Matt Stafford, Waitai Walker, Graeme Carroll, Tai McIsaac and Mick Hurlstone who have played 100 games or more for the Club.

The 1st grade team had its first win last Saturday with three new recruits from PNG all acquitting themselves very well.

Our Colts team continues its march to the finals and are assured of 2nd or 3rd place, depending on results from the last two rounds.

Also on show in the Club rooms will be an array of Breakers jerseys used over the last 17 years along with some pretty impressive silverware.

The Colts kick-off at noon, First grade at 1.30pm and the Premiers at 3.00pm – so make sure you’re there to support the Breakers on their home turf and join in the after match party celebrations at Don’s Tavern.

Go Breakers!

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