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Hawthorn's Cyril Rioli a chance to play against Port Adelaide

Cyril Rioli remains a 50-50 chance to play in the preliminary final against Port Adelaide on Saturday but will have to train without the handbrake on this week to prove his fitness after being out since round 15 with a persistent hamstring problem.

Rioli presents as the most tantalising selection query for the Hawks. Hawthorn would not gamble on holding him back for the grand final in the hope the team makes it through. If he is deemed fit this week, he will play.

The decision to play him after missing 11 weeks would be a...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 05:59

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Ewen McKenzie sticks to his guns with Kurtley Beale

Wallabies coach, Ewen McKenzie has ruled out using talented playmaker Kurtley Beale on the wing despite a fresh raft of injuries in the Wallabies back line.

Beale has been the subject of intense positional scrutiny since returning to the Wallabies this year, with much of it centred around if he should start and where.

Former Test coaches Bob Dwyer and Eddie Jones have both weighed in, arguing Beale should used on the wing and at fullback - with Israel Folau moving to the wing - respectively.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 05:58

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