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Thaiday delivers as Broncos grind out a tough victory over unlucky Cowboys

nrl-barba-and-thurstonIt was ugly to the end but Brisbane ground out a 16-12 NRL win over Queensland rivals North Queensland at Suncorp Stadium last Friday night and it was a dominant display from the Broncos former skipper and second rower, Sam Thaiday that ultimately was the difference between the sides.

Thaiday was simply outstanding delivering a performance that was the Sam Thaiday of old with...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 23 March 2014 15:56

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Martin facing long spell on sideline with suspected dislocated shoulder

Gold Coast have got their AFL campaign off to a winning start with a gutsy 18 point victory over Richmond last Saturday night even after losing rising star Jack Martin before the third quarter.

The Suns came home with a wet sail in front of 19,425 fans at Metricon Stadium, booting five goals in the final term to seal the 12.18 (87) to 10.9 (69) win.

The victory was especially pleasing for the Suns after they lost youngster Jack Martin and big forward Charlie Dixon before the third quarter.

Martin's highly anticipated...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 23 March 2014 15:53

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