Sydneysider


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Sydneysider

(ˈsɪdnɪˌsaɪdə)
n
(Peoples) chiefly Austral a resident of Sydney
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Thirty-year-old Sydneysider Mitrevski, meanwhile, boasts an experienced 29-fight record.
Suddenly the signing of the 31-year-old Sydneysider is looking like a master stroke by Blues boss Dai Young.
One of Davies' first decisions was to recruit former Australia defence coach John Muggleton and another Sydneysider, Brad Harrington, as fitness guru instead of ex-Wales wing Wayne Proctor.
The Sydneysider returned to West Yorkshire to score a sweet Town winner at Leeds United.
Fellow Sydneysider Matt Allen steered his 60--foot Ichi Ban fifth across the line, behind Black Jack and Perpetual Loyal to win the race on handicap.
The 23-year-old Sydneysider reportedly bags thousands of dollars a month from the ads running beside her videos.
'If Tim "The Sydneysider did not play in Australia's last match before their double-header against Holland and Oman, a friendly defeat against South Korea, when the Socceroos' consolation goal was scored by defender Patrick Kisnorbo.
The Sydneysider came on for half an hour towards the end of this game with the Blues already 30-9 behind.
As for the choice of Waugh as captain, Connolly says it's a richly merited honour for the 27-year-old Sydneysider.
The 24-year-old Sydneysider has already played representative rugby for the New South Wales Country XV alongside former Moseley fly-half Chris Doyle, who recommended Pickthall to his old club.
"It was a good start against Brentford, but it was only a start and we have to learn from Shrewsbury and improve as the month goes on." It's a second stint in England for the Sydneysider, who came through the ranks at Bolton Wanderers and had a stint in Scotland with St Mirren before moving back to Australia.
There were real fears for the health of the Sydneysider when he lay prone on the Twickenham turf a fortnight ago after the Wallaby scrum had collapsed like a house of cards under unbearable pressure.