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Glen says as much as he loves Kurtley he has to address his drinking problem Kurtley Beale needs to be barred from playing for Australia against the British and Irish Lions as part of a tough love punishment aimed at saving the wayward Wallaby's career. So says Beale's former long time mentor, Glen Ella who also believes the 24 year old needs to finally admit he has a problem with alcohol. Ella, who managed the schoolboy star from the age of 13 to 19, said he felt the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) needed to follow NRL club Canterbury... Read more
South Sydney winger Nathan Merritt has "no fear of the Origin cauldron" and his painful 12 year wait for a Blues jersey should end. Merritt has rocketed into calculations for a NSW start in game one next month following injuries to Manly fullback Brett Stewart and Dragons winger Brett Morris. Both…
The Gold Coast Titans have staved off poaching bids for Albert Kelly by securing the classy halfback until the end of 2015. Penrith and Kelly's former club Parramatta have been linked with the halfback but the 22 year old has informed Titans hierarchy he wants to extend his tenure at the…
Is Blake Ferguson NSW's answer to Greg Inglis? Blake Ferguson was standing outside the Canberra dressing rooms last night, saying all the things we wanted to hear. He'd just starred in the 44-14 belting of Newcastle, scoring three tries and throwing the final pass for two others. But instead of talking up his…
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