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Fainga'a wins Rebels' top gong

Colby Fainga'a has capped a remarkable first year in Melbourne by being named the Rebels players' player at the Super Rugby club's awards night.

Colby is the younger brother of twins Saia and Anthony Fainga'a and also Vili Fainga'a

After joining the Rebels from the Brumbies, Fainga'a was the runaway winner in the voting by his team mates.

From 15 games the flanker polled 237 points, 64 votes ahead of centre Mitch Inman, with skipper Scott Higginbotham, who won the award last year, third.

The 23 year old is...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 July 2014 19:22

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Dragons Dylan Farrell out for NRL season

Luckless St George Illawarra centre Dylan Farrell will miss the rest of the NRL season after suffering a ruptured pectoral muscle for the second time this year.

Farrell suffered the injury playing for the Dragons feeder club the Illawarra Cutters on the weekend.

It was just the second game back for the 23 year old after sustaining the long term injury for the first time against Melbourne in round six.

Farrell impressed early this season in his move from South Sydney and Dragons high performance manager Andrew Gray...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 July 2014 19:21

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