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Idris pride of centres after the Lyon debacle

idris, jamalJamal Idris is set to return to the centres after the Gold Coast botched their raid for Manly skipper Jamie Lyon.

The loss of Beau Champion to South Sydney has forced the Titans to re-evaluate their three quarter line. They are short on options after missing out on Michael Jennings and attempted to lure Lyon with a $3 million plus offer, one of the biggest tabled in NRL history.

However, Lyon was...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 26 January 2013 10:05

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Inglis leads the way for first ever camp for NRL Indigenous players

inglisGreg Inglis shrugs his shoulders and wonders how it could have taken this long.

There are camps for just about everything in his sport - clubs pitch their tents for pre-season camps everywhere from army barracks to remote bushland to beachside resorts.

The refs have camps, the rookies have camps, yet until now there has been no Indigenous camp, aside from the build-up to the All Stars contest. Until...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 26 January 2013 10:03

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