photography
  •  March 14, 2008

    For those who haven’t caught up on the gos, the luckless Vietnam Swans went down to the Malaysian Warriors last weekend by just 100 dodgy points. They say what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger: so now we’re as strong […]

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  •  August 6, 2007

    The beauty about playing in major international championships is that you have heaps of camera angles to see what really happened. Here, Bossink bares his teeth and says to Thailand’s Cameron Sinclair, “Come and get me!”. So Cameron did and […]

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  •  June 27, 2007

    The Mighty Mr Ed who left Vietnam a week ago has arrived back in Tasmania. Ed reports that it’s “all great Down Under – except for the -4 temperatures on arrival. Got through shearing, lots of beers with the boys and […]

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  •  June 7, 2007

    Nice Jumper Phil! (Jaspas, Hanoi, December 2004)

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  •  May 28, 2007

    Swans Super Star, Mr Ed & his lovely wife, Kate, recently took Kate’s folks to meet the staff and students from the 19-5 Warmhouse Orphanage.  They presented a big bag of educational and recreational materials donated by Gekko Trails NZ, which were […]

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  •  May 24, 2007

    It’s not unusual for stunners to stalk stars of the Swans. After all, we’re elite athletes and they’re only human. Last weekend, Austrade’s Australian Schools Open Day in HCMC was no exception. Seizing a photo opportunity, the Vietnam Swans presented […]

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  •  May 23, 2007

    Special thanks to Captain Touch, the Big Texan, Mighty Matt Otto for this report - The Hanoi Swans Touch Team entered the 3rd Annual Dragons Touch Tournament last weekend and performed fabulously - but just missed out capturing the Cup […]

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  •  May 22, 2007

    Today, the Swans announced that their 30th player/official had signed up for the Club’s inaugural appearance at the Asian Championships in Bangkok on 14 July. Who was Mr 30? None other than Club Legend (he supplied us with Pepperoni Pizzas […]

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  •  May 20, 2007

    In news just to hand, the Swans’ Captain, G-Train McEwin, who suffered a crippling blow to his shoulder against the Saigon Geckos on 21 April, today announced to a packed and breathless media room: “I’ll play in the Champs”. This […]

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  •  May 20, 2007

    Hanoi’s famous One Pillar Pagoda has waited 1,000 years to see a decent hat. Although there was stony silence at the timber pagoda, it is believed that the efforts of DT’s (Daryl Taber’s) mate, Bill, were appreciated.

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  •  May 8, 2007

    Check out more photos of the Hanoi Swans.

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  •  May 7, 2007

    The Hanoi Swans claimed a moral victory on the weekend when we liberated Saigon by helping them throw their preference for rugby out the window. The Saigon Geckos footy department put on a powerhouse performance and beat the Hanoi Swans […]

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  •  May 7, 2007

    The Hanoi Swans have created a monster – Pago the Photographic Pest.   Seemingly, the East coast of Australia is no longer safe from the Saigon Rugby Club’s President (who, incidentally, lists becoming a social member of the Hanoi Swans […]

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  •  May 7, 2007

    Well, the Photographic Study of Migratory Hanoi Swans has officially kicked off with one goose submitting two photos of himself at Telstra Dome, Melbourne, on the weekend – wearing the Swans hat, of course. The Goose is none other than […]

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