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Barba fighting fit for the Sharks

Wayne Bennett has urged Ben Barba to let go of Broncos grudges if he wants to recapture his form.

The Cronulla recruit's first game of the year will be against Bennett who two months ago told the Dally M Medal winner there was no room for him at Brisbane.

On February 13 Barba will line up for the Indigenous All Stars against the Bennett-coached NRL All Stars at Robina.

Barba has vowed to use his Broncos snub as motivation for a return to form but Bennett quipped, "He will probably wear himself out proving a point all...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 January 2015 13:42

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Voting now open for Indigenous All Stars team

P32 All Stars 2015 Launch 003Indigenous All Stars player Justin Hodges and All Stars squad member Nate Myles were joined by NRL Head of Football Todd Greenberg on the Gold Coast to officially launch the Harvey Norman Rugby League All Stars with tickets now on sale to the general public.

Tickets for the match, to be played on Friday, February 13 at Gold Coast's Cbus Super Stadium, can be...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 December 2014 07:54

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