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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.

With Peter Betham...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 05:58

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Dane Gagai wants to return to the Brisbane Broncos, the club which sacked him two years ago

Dane Gagai wants to return to the Broncos, the club that sacked him two years ago and will start negotiations with Brisbane over the summer with that goal in mind.

Gagai is set to be the first example of Bennett's pull, as the explosive back has told close friends he wants to play under Bennett for the rest of his career.

He has been in sensational form as the Knights continue to shock teams ranked above them. Newcastle made a formal offer to extend Gagai in June but he decided to sit on it.

He will now test his...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 05:57

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