Geagle Productions


Geagle Productions film "10 out of 12 ain't bad" is now a piece of Rugby League History

It was a call completely out of the blue, mid 2012. “Hello this is Terry Williams from the new NRL museum, Heroes and Legends,  we were wondering if we would have permission to use your film 10 out of 12 ain’t bad –  The tale of the Oberon Tiger in a display at our new museum?”

I didn’t know what to expect and how much of my film would be shown. The collection of Rugby League artefacts was mind blowing. Rugby League trophies, jersey’s caps, books and balls from the past 104 years – unveiled before  in front of John Raper, Noel Kelly, Graham Langlands and Mrs Clive Churchill and others who had contributed pieces to the museum.

Under the grassroots category on the interactive display – there was “10 out of 12 ain’t bad”.  I am proud to say that I have contributed in a small way to the history of Rugby League because it is such an important piece of Australian culture and the small town of Oberon.

Andrew Barnes