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Hodgson honoured to lead Wallabies

Matt Hodgson has joined the likes of Mark Ella in an elite group of one of the very few Indigenous Australians to be named captain of an Australian Rugby Union representative side.

Hodgson's ability to lead by example convinced Michael Cheika it was right to overlook several former Wallabies leaders and hand Hodgson the captaincy when the Wallabies played the Barbarians last Saturday at Twickenham in England.

New coach Cheika's decision to pick Hodgson as captain came as somewhat of a surprise given the side to face...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 07:09

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Josh Hoffman to sign with Gold Coast Titans

Josh Hoffman has signed with Gold Coast Titans for three years ending his seven season career in Brisbane.

With Hoffman finding a home it means Darius Boyd can now fit into the Broncos salary cap.

Hoffman is currently in New Zealand after being called into the Kiwis squad for the Four Nations tournament.

He had received significant interest from Canberra and the New Zealand Warriors but always wanted to stay in Queensland.

The contract will be signed when Hoffman returns from Kiwis duty.

"The terms...

 

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