Deputy PM keeping an eye on historic rugby union match

He was competitive in the Bollon triathlon in January 2012, so Barnaby Joyce could pull on the boots again for the St George Frillnecks this Saturday.

NEWS OF this Saturday’s historic Dingoes-Frillnecks rugby union test has rippled as far as the office of the deputy prime minister of Australia. Barnaby Joyce is a Frillies old boy who played ...

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