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Thurston is Origin's greatest pointscorer

It ended up being a bitter-sweet occasion for Johnathan Thurston in last week's Origin clash with New South Wales. His beloved Queensland side suffered a gut wrenching loss to the Blues but he could at least celebrate becoming the greatest pointscorer in Origin history.

With a calmly slotted 30th minute penalty goal, Thurston added to his celebrated career by becoming State of Origin's greatest pointscorer in the second State of Origin clash.

Nailed from virtually straight in front in Game II At ANZ Stadium, the kick had...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 June 2014 17:30

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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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