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Eels coach blames ref over Sandow sinbinning

Parramatta coach Brad Arthur has defended cheeky halfback Chris Sandow and laid the blame for his sin-binning on referee Ben Cummins.

Arthur admitted that Sandow's 10 minutes on the sideline cost his team dearly in their 46-20 NRL loss to Melbourne at AAMI Park last Sunday, as the Storm ran in three tries while the Eels were down a man.

Sandow was sin-binned for dissent in the 60th minute when he asked Cummins: "How much are they paying you?" following a penalty against his team.

With the Eels down 24-16 but still in...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 June 2014 17:29

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Bennell lands six as Suns beat Cats

Harley Bennell stood up to be counted to steer his Gold Coast side to an emphatic 40 point win against Geelong last Saturday.

The performance, rated by coach, Guy McKenna, as his best of the season so far has lifted the Suns into seventh place and confirmation this side has the potential to worry any side in the AFL competition.

McKenna rated the win by his side as one of the best in their three and a half year history.

Gold Coast came back to over-run over the Cats, with eight unanswered goals either side of...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 June 2014 17:28

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