Tony Daly
Tony Daly
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I Do Not Know What Is Happening in Scrums-McKenzie
NYTimes - over 3 years
Ewen McKenzie won a World Cup as part of a formidable front row that included Tony Daly and Phil Kearns yet he is mystified as to what is happening in the scrums as teams grapple with new laws in this year's Rugby Championship.     
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Moments that shocked the World Cup - Irish Independent
Google News - over 5 years
While some of England's moves came agonisingly close to fruition, playing away from their strengths allowed their opponents to gain a foothold and Tony Daly's close-in try helped the Wallabies secure a 12-6 win. THE 1995 World Cup semi-final was a
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A capsule look at the 6 previous editions of the Rugby World Cup - Winnipeg Free Press
Google News - over 5 years
Tony Daly scored the only try for Australia in the match, but the try most often talked about is the one that England didn't score. Down 12-3, England had an overlap but Australian winger David Campese deliberately knocked forward — rather than
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World Cup try put Aussie rugby on the map - Ninemsn
Google News - over 5 years
From an Australian lineout win deep in England territory, prop Tony Daly ripped the ball from teammate and man-of-the-match Willie Ofahengaue and drove over the line with front-row colleague Ewen McKenzie locked to him like a Siamese twin
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Greatest Rugby World Cup XV: Outside centre profiles - Jeremy Guscott - Telegraph.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
Guscott started but England were edged out 12-6 by Australia, with Wallabies prop Tony Daly scoring the only try of the game. A second Lions tour in 1993 was followed by a second World Cup in 1995 – with a year decimated by injury in 1994 in between
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Life at the coalface, where secret brotherhood exists - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - over 5 years
He also played in the 1991 and 1995 World Cups, the latter ending in victory. But a host of others have been close to his mark - Andy McIntyre, Topo Rodriguez, Pato Noriega, Tony Daly, Andrew Blades, Ben Darwin and Al Baxter, with his 69 Test caps
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1991: Defeats led to success - New Zealand Herald
Google News - over 5 years
The likes of Tim Horan, Jason Little, Willie Offahengaue, Phil Kearns, Tony Daly, Ewen McKenzie and John Eales became key team members during these important years. For mine, great rugby teams often have a blend of seasoned experienced players in key
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Why more understanding of scrums is needed - The Roar
Google News - over 5 years
Sheek recently put up an excellent post regarding Wallaby players with the highest winning percentages and found five props in the top twenty: Ewen McKenzie, Tony Daly, Andrew Blades, Richard Harry and Dan Crowley. This should not surprise anyone who
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Reds saviour Ewen McKenzie's rise from the ashes - Courier Mail
Google News - over 5 years
When bodies parted after a drive to the line in the Twickenham final, fellow props Tony Daly and McKenzie both had hands on the ball. Daly was credited with the only try of the final. In those days, McKenzie was known as something of a moth on tour,
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Royal visit sparks increased interest in Alberta - Easier (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
Tony Daly, Managing Director of Ranch Rider, comments "The Calgary Stampede started 100 years ago in 1912, so what better way to celebrate its centenary than to have the newly wedded royals attend the event. Interest in our add on adventure to view the
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Royal effect sparks Alberta holiday search - Travel Daily UK
Google News - over 5 years
"The Calgary Stampede started 100 years ago in 1912, so what better way to celebrate its centenary than to have the newly wedded royals attend the event,” said Tony Daly, managing director of Ranch Rider. “Interest in our add on adventure to view the
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TEST TICKETS ON SALE TODAY FOR TWO SYDNEY TESTS IN 2011 - ARU Rugby
Google News - over 5 years
The pack included the Tony Daly, Phil Kearns and Ewen McKenzie front row, with John Eales, Simon Poidevin and Willie Ofahengaue also members of the feared forward unit. Behind the scrum were all time greats Farr-Jones, Michael Lynagh, Tim Horan,
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Especiales RWC 2011: Australia y su primer grito de campeón - Rugbytime.com
Google News - over 5 years
Pero en un partido de dientes apretados, Australia sacó a relucir todo su potencial y marcó el único try del encuentro por intermedio de Tony Daly (sumado a la conversión de Lynagh y dos penales del apertura) para poner la rúbrica en el marcador final:
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Meet the men and women behind Maryport Blues Festival - Times & Star
Google News - almost 6 years
Tony Daly, of Cockermouth, is there because he loves blues music. Tony says: “I don't live in Maryport, although it is a great town and a great venue, and I am glad to help. But I got involved for the music.” There are others who may know little about
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N.B.A. ROUNDUP; Defense Delivers Spark As Suns Top the Pacers
NYTimes - almost 10 years
The Phoenix Suns, the league's top offensive team, put a defensive stranglehold on the Indiana Pacers last night. Steve Nash had 25 points and 11 assists and the visiting Suns rallied from 18 points down in the third quarter to beat the Pacers, 103-92. Phoenix allowed only 13 points in the final 15 minutes. ''Really, we just finally woke up,'' Nash
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TELEVISION REVIEW; When a Legal Superstar Changes Sides
NYTimes - over 10 years
Prosecutors on television are almost invariably stern and self-righteous -- prissy counterpoints to flamboyant, slippery defense attorneys. ''Shark,'' a new drama on CBS, has it the other way around: the lead prosecutor in Los Angeles's high-profile crime unit earned his predatory nickname by being ruthless, glib and sleazy. Naturally he is played
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FILM REVIEW; Movie-Within-a-Movie, Mixed In With the Movie
NYTimes - about 12 years
The barely watchable buddy comedy ''L.A. Twister'' is so sloppily put together it bungles its recycled movie-within-a-movie conceit. Its fatuous pals, Lenny (Zack Ward), an unemployed actor who moonlights as a limo driver, and his best friend, Ethan (Tony Daly), a plumber left suicidally mopey after his wife deserts him, decide that the only way to
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BOXING; De La Hoya, Hindered by a Sprained Hand, Shows His Skills and Heart
NYTimes - over 17 years
Oscar De La Hoya's final left started around his knees and came looping over Oba Carr's right arm. With speed and force the punch landed on Carr's chin with a solid thud and sent him spilling to the canvas like a rag doll. Carr had felt that left hand all night. It had dropped him in the first round when he was caught with a hook to the jaw. Carr
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Tony Daly
    TWENTIES
  • 1995
    Age 28
    Daly also went with Australia to the 1995 Rugby World Cup and played several Bledisloe Cup matches against the All Blacks.
    More Details Hide Details As well as representing Australia, Daly also played for New South Wales and Queensland. He has continued to be involved with rugby since his retirement, playing briefly for San Francisco Golden Gate. In 2006, Daly was arrested by the FBI in Los Angeles for theft aboard a plane, which was in route to Bermuda. He was slated to play with the Classic Wallabies. Recently Daly has coached several suburban rugby teams in NSW.
  • 1991
    Age 24
    One of the four tries he ever scored for Australia was in the 1991 Rugby World Cup final against England which Australia won 12 - 6.
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  • 1989
    Age 22
    He represented Australia between 1989 and 1995.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1966
    Born
    Born on March 7, 1966.
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