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Barba confident demons won't resurface

Star Cronulla recruit Ben Barba has revealed he thought he may have to switch codes from the NRL after being cut loose by Brisbane.

But the game-breaking back is confident the off-field demons that blighted him during his time with Canterbury won't re-emerge after returning to Sydney.

The Sharks will play Barba at five-eighth, rather than at fullback where he made his name and won the 2012 Dally Medal with Canterbury, as coach Shane Flanagan said they already have one of the best fullbacks in the competition in Michael...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 08:07

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Dubbo runner becomes fastest Aboriginal man to finish the New York Marathon

P32 marathonersNathan Riley has run his way into the history books after becoming the fastest Aboriginal man to finish the world's largest marathon, the New York City Marathon.

Nathan and his nine fellow squad members all crossed the line of the world's largest marathon.

It has been a whirlwind five months for the boxer-turned-runner, who only started running in May after his selection on the 2014 IMP...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 November 2014 07:53

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