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Canberra Raiders chasing Josh Hoffman

The Raiders are chasing Josh Hoffman and are ready to make him one of the highest-paid players in the game.

Canberra is chasing Josh Hoffman and is ready to make him one of the code's highest paid players as the Raiders plan for life after Broncos-bound Anthony Milford.

It is understood a Raiders representative has contacted Hoffman's manager amid fears the Broncos utility could be offloaded by incoming coach, Wayne Bennett.

Bennett is a fan of Hoffman but with the Broncos blessed for fullback options and aiming to...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 September 2014 08:45

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Hawks' Rioli prepares to lift intensity

Hawthorn's champion small forward Cyril Rioli is now racing the clock in a bid to achieve what was thought highly unlikely by overcoming a persistent hamstring injury in the hope he can be passed fit in time for the Hawks preliminary final.

The 2012 All-Australian's latest hamstring injury has kept the dual-premiership player out of action since June 28 and he was regarded at long odds to overcome the injury to play again this season.

However, he has shown his remarkable determination and desire to play by undergone g around...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 September 2014 08:44

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