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Who can stop the Sydney Roosters from winning their second NRL premiership on the trot? Souths, Brisbane, Penrith or the North Queensland Cowboys? These four clubs shape as the last hurdles confronting Easts - the preferred Rugby League club for the silvertails, the multi millionaires from the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. This year's NRL finals series shapes as one of the true battlers versus the wealthy not seen in Rugby League since the days of the old Western Suburbs club doing battle with the wealthy boys from Manly. These days it's Easts - a club has somehow been... Read more
Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie has hinted he won't restore Kurtley Beale to his starting team against Argentina despite the brilliant cameo that helped snatch victory over South Africa. Axed as five eighth after the back-to-back losses to the All Blacks, mercurial Beale was only introduced with seven minutes remaining in Perth…
The Raiders are chasing Josh Hoffman and are ready to make him one of the highest-paid players in the game. Canberra is chasing Josh Hoffman and is ready to make him one of the code's highest paid players as the Raiders plan for life after Broncos-bound Anthony Milford. It is understood a…
Hawthorn's champion small forward Cyril Rioli is now racing the clock in a bid to achieve what was thought highly unlikely by overcoming a persistent hamstring injury in the hope he can be passed fit in time for the Hawks preliminary final. The 2012 All-Australian's latest hamstring injury has kept the…
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