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Johnathan Thurston is in line to become the first man to be crowned Rugby League's World Player of the Year three times. The North Queensland superstar and South Sydney grand final hero and Australian Test team mate Greg Inglis is also in the mix after being named alongside Thurston and four other players named on the shortlist for the 2014 Golden Boot. The other nominees are New Zealand Four Nations winners Shaun Johnson and Jesse Bromwich and English powerhouses James Graham and Sam Burgess. Thurston this year joined Rugby League Immortal Andrew Johns as only the second player... Read more
Sam Thaiday wants to reclaim the Brisbane captaincy and declared he is ready to become a Bronco for life by signing a new contract once the Four Nations tournament is over. Thaiday, 29, is off contract at the end of 2015 but has already spoken to new coach Wayne Bennett about…
Applications have opened on for young Indigenous Australians to be part of the life changing 2015 Indigenous Marathon Project (IMP) team. Established in 2010 by world champion marathon legend, Robert de Castella, the IMP is a health promotion charity that uses running as a vehicle to drive social change and celebrate…
Fremantle midfielder Stephen Hill is on track to become a Docker for life after signing a contract extension that will tie him to the AFL club until the end of 2019. Hill was due to come out of contract at the end of next season but his new four year extension…
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