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Thurston is already an Immortal: Meninga

No matter what has happened, Queensland coach Mal Meninga believes Johnathan Thurston has done enough to be considered a future Immortal.

Ex-Test international Matt Johns had suggested Thurston would be "assured of Immortal status" if he guided the North Queensland Cowboys to their first premiership this year.

That didn't happen with the Rugby League gods once again refusing to give the Cowboys an even break in the gut wrenching 31-30 loss to Eastern Surburbs last Friday.

However, Meninga - a 2012 Immortal nominee -

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 06:56

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Wally Lewis backs Ben Barba as Broncos five eighth

 

Rugby league’s greatest five eighth, Wally Lewis has backed Ben Barba to succeed in the Broncos No.6 long term as a host of stars prepare to battle for spots under Wayne Bennett in 2015. Shifted from fullback to five eighth in round 19, Barba showed glimpses of his 2012 Dally M winning form in a string of games leading up to the Broncos ultimate elimination from the NRL finals. But with Canberra young gun Anthony Milford earmarked for the five eighth role when he arrives next year, Barba’s time in the no.6 could be short...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 06:55

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