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Jamie Soward stopped caring about being hated the day he signed on the dotted line with Penrith. One of the most polarising figures in the NRL came to the realisation his career long struggle for recognition and respect was a losing battle. So when nearly 25,000 fans at Allianz Stadium were chanting the all too familiar "wanker" chorus as he lined up the definitive sideline conversion against the Sydney Roosters with three minutes left in the qualifying final, Soward couldn't have felt more at home. The journeyman doesn't expect his clutch kick and subsequent match winning field goal... Read more
Manly coach Geoff Toovey has gotten some sorely needed good news, with hooker Jayden Hodges cleared of a serious injury to his neck but Hodges remains in serious doubt to be fit enough to take the field against Canterbury in the elimination final. Hodges was injured in Manly's 40-24 pummelling from…
Cyril Rioli remains a 50-50 chance to play in the preliminary final against Port Adelaide on Saturday but will have to train without the handbrake on this week to prove his fitness after being out since round 15 with a persistent hamstring problem. Rioli presents as the most tantalising selection query…
Wallabies coach, Ewen McKenzie has ruled out using talented playmaker Kurtley Beale on the wing despite a fresh raft of injuries in the Wallabies back line. Beale has been the subject of intense positional scrutiny since returning to the Wallabies this year, with much of it centred around if he should…
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