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I've got 3 years left in NRL, says Thurston

P 32 - Thurston Dally MJohnathan Thurston has revealed his current NRL deal will likely be his last but the North Queensland star remains adamant he can add a premiership with the Cowboys to his resume before he retires in three years time.

Thurston joined Immortal Andrew Johns on Monday night as only the second player in history to collect three Dally M Player of the Year awards, sharing the...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 October 2014 08:19

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Steve Renouf leads the way at the Murri Rugby League Carnival at Redcliffe

Broncos great Steve Renouf is still kicking goals and tackling the most important issues facing Aboriginal Australia, 16 years after he retired from Rugby League.

Last Saturday "The Pearl" and some of the country's top Indigenous athletes were at Dolphin Oval, Redcliffe, home ground of the great Arthur Beetson, for the kick-off of the four day Murri Rugby League Carnival.

The tournament showcases some of the best Indigenous prospects in Australia and also promotes improvements in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health...

 

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