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Andrew Fifita's fairytale Rugby League career continues with him on the verge of signing a lucrative $3 million contract to play for the Canterbury Bulldogs in the National Rugby League competition from next year. Fifita refused to talk about the deal after Monday night's match against the Gold Coast Titans and Cronulla captain, Paul Gallen said he remained hopeful Fifita would stick with the Cronulla Sharks. However, all the talk is Fifita has agreed verbally to the Canterbury deal and it now only requires his signature on the contract. The boom Cronulla prop has fielded offers from Souths,... Read more
Ryan James wants to be this season's Andrew Fifita. The giant Titans prop wants to finally prove himself an NRL heavyweight, play State of Origin for New South Wales, maybe even make it all the way to the Kangaroos. The 121kg beast was declared ready for an Origin assault by Gold…
Ben Barba admitted it was a relief to get his return to Canterbury out of the way in round one of the NRL season, allowing him to now focus on recapturing his Dally M Medal winning form in Brisbane colours. Barba showed flashes of brilliance against the Bulldogs last Friday as…
A Cameron Smith field goal secured Melbourne a pulsating 23-22 golden point round one NRL win over Manly at Brookvale Oval last Saturday night in a match which gave the Storm's new prop, George Rose a lot of pleasure. Rose was forced to leave Manly after a distinguished career because of…
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