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  • noun Plural form of backrower.


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  • Steve Rapira will be in a battle with so many quality young backrowers fighting for spots and I have to say that maybe this wasn't the best choice for the club, money should have been kept in the bank but he is a quality player and is also still very young so if he works hard and proves himself then he can get some game time. | Top Stories

  • With strong defence his biggest asset, Rapira joins a queue of Warriors backrowers. | Top Stories

  • "In their centres they don't have any attack because they've two backrowers," Freeman said before questioning the decision to offload Joel Reddy to Wests Tigers for next season. | Top Stories

  • He is becoming one of the most damaging backrowers in the game. | Top Stories

  • Chambers will be judged when the worlds premier backrowers run at him. | Top Stories

  • A team of average backrowers that can wrestle for 80 minutes then rely on the Australian Hooker, Halfback and Fullback to create is hardly genius. | Top Stories

  • NRL's opening round to help to cover a long list of injured backrowers. | Top Stories

  • "It is the biggest headache and we've got a lot of backrowers injured, so we've got to work out what's best for the back row and who's best at five-eighth," Cartwright said. | Top Stories

  • Victor Vito has been named among five backrowers, winning his place ahead of Liam Messam.

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  • One of the biggest backrowers in the competition, Ciraldo's potential has not yet been realised and he's likely to find himself filling gaps in the front and back rows of the scrum for much of 2012. | Top Stories


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