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Renouf sizzles as Maroons smash NSW in Imparja Cup

MAD 8268The Imparja Cup trophy will reside in Queensland for the next 12 months after the Maroon's 39 run victory over New South Wales in the Imparja Cup final in Alice Springs thanks to a withering spell of fast bowling by Ashley Renouf.

After a slow start to the week, Queensland entered the final on a winning streak.

There they met New South Wales who had assumed their almost obligatory finals spot days in...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 March 2013 12:23

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Canterbury suspend “ill” Ben Barba

ben-barbaSuspended Canterbury superstar, Ben Barba has been described as "ill" by the NRL club's Chief Executive, Todd Greenberg.

The Bulldogs stood the champion fullback down indefinitely on Monday citing behavioural issues and Greenberg said he would not be playing when the season began.

The move came just two days before the 2012 Dally M Medal winner was due to officially launch the new season and Greenberg...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 March 2013 12:21

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