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Cowboys fume as NRL decides ban to continue

robert luiNorth Queensland Cowboys have slammed the ARL Commission after their plea to lift a Rugby League ban on Cowboys playmaker Robert Lui was rejected last week.

Two weeks after stating Lui's case in Sydney, the Cowboys were left reeling after the ARLC opted to keep the halfback sidelined.

"We are very disappointed with the decision the Commission has made," Cowboys chief executive Peter Jourdain said in a...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 17 August 2012 13:48

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Ferguson magic keeps Canberra Raiders semi finals hopes alive

nrl blake_fergusonA patient Canberra outlasted Penrith 20-10 on Sunday to remain in contention for the NRL finals and it was a brilliant moment compliments of centre Blake Ferguson that went a long way to sealing the win.

Nine minutes into the second half and Canberra was struggling to get on the front foot against a willing Penrith side but the moment came when a Penrith player stromed onto the ball only to be...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 17 August 2012 13:47

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