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Thurston set to join Inglis as a million dollar NRL player

johnathan thurstonJonathan Thurston is expected to join Greg Inglis as a member of the National Rugby League's Million Dollar elite with Penrith declaring Thurston is at the top of their the most wanted list following the club's decision to release star centre, Michael Jennings to Easts.

Thurston comes off contract with the North Queensland Cowboys this year and is destined to ink a new deal that will set him up...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 31 January 2013 17:27

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“Tha Monstar” Jesse Williams is happy to be a Broncos man

jessie williams_&_sam_thaidayThe closest American college football star Jesse Williams will get to representing the Broncos is being picked up by Denver in April's NFL Draft.

However, that did not stop eyebrows being raised when the 22 year old donned a Brisbane NRL jersey at Red Hill when he met Broncos captain, Sam Thaiday last week.

Returning to his hometown Brisbane, the 145kg...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 31 January 2013 17:26

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