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Souths survive against determined Sharks

dylan-farrellSouth Sydney proved just why they remain a long way from being the finished product after labouring their way to a 14-12 win over Cronulla at ANZ Stadium.

It looked a case of how many as the Rabbitohs produced a blistering start via the boot of Adam Reynolds but the foot which hovered above the throat of the Sharks never came down amidst a barrage of dropped balls and poor last play options.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 March 2013 20:46

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Titans the go in Kelly’s rebirth: Idris

Kelly,AlbertGold Coast star Jamal Idris once wanted to knock Albert Kelly's head off but now he's wishing nothing but the best to the diminutive playmaker.

Kelly is trying to revive his career at the Titans after being dumped by both Cronulla and Newcastle for a string of off-field indiscretions.

The 21 year old has already claimed the No.7 jersey vacated by former captain Scott Prince since joining the Titans...

 

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