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Smiling Barba unfazed by 2015 talk

 

Nothing, it seems, is going to wipe the long awaited smile off Ben Barba's face. Not Brisbane's precarious NRL finals position. Nor speculation claiming Canberra gun Anthony Milford's 2015 arrival will relegate Barba to a bench role under incoming coach Wayne Bennett. The Brisbane fullback-cum-pivot is simply happy he has regained his mojo for the first time since claiming the 2012 Dally M Medal while at the Bulldogs. "I had a little joke with Hodgo (team mate Justin Hodges) - I said it was better late than never," said Barba...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 September 2014 19:05

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Ryan James not leaving Gold Coast Titans

Ryan James manager has quashed speculation the hulking Titans prop is set to leave the Gold Coast.

Rumours have been circling in league circles Ryan was being hunted by St George-Illawarra.

James has played just four NRL games this year because of a series of shoulder injuries and underwent season-ending shoulder surgery last month.

The 23 year old local product signed a bumper three year contract extension earlier this year and his agent, Tas Bartlett said talk of him heading elsewhere was off the...

 

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