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Two of the NRL's brightest Indigenous Rugby league stars have been lost to the competition after the Gold Coast Titans announced they had released Albert Kelly and Maurice Blair to play in the English Super League for Hull Kingston Rovers. According to a statement released by the club, the pair received the release to take up an opportunity to play together in the halves at the English club. The players had one more reason remaining on their contracts but have now signed two year contracts with Hull, replacing Australian halves Travis Burns and Kris Keating. Kelly said he... Read more
Adam Goodes said the hurt he'd experienced as his team the Sydney Swans capitulated in the AFL grand final had forced him to ignore the likes of Hawthorn great, Leigh Matthews who had advised him to retire rather than chance being dropped next season. Goodes will turn 35 in January and…
Malu Kiwai representing Boigu Island have been crowned the 2014 Cairns All Blacks Football Carnival Champions. The Boigu Island team also went one better than last year's champions, the North Coast Dolphins, by being the first team to win all four divisions of the carnival including under 17's boys division which…
The Gold Coast Titans have entered the race for Josh Hoffman with six NRL rivals to wage a bidding war for the unwanted Broncos utility. New Titans coach Neil Henry is a fan of Hoffman's hard running style but his ability to lure the 26 year old to the Glitter Strip…
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