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Titans throw Albert Kelly a lifeline

albert kellyAfter blowing opportunities to establish himself as an NRL player with Cronulla and Newcastle, talented utility Albert Kelly has been thrown a lifeline by the Gold Coast Titans.

Kelly hails from Macksville, the same New South Wales country town as Greg Inglis.

There were some who felt he was just as talented as Inglis when he headed to Parramatta straight out of high school.

However he has...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 27 October 2012 12:03

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Another award for Barba

barbaCanterbury's star fullback Ben Barba has capped an amazing season of successes by being named as fullback in the International Team of the Year at the Rugby League International Federation Awards.

Barba's selection to the position means the International Federation has rated him ahead of the likes of Melbourne Storm and Australian fullback, Billy Slater and also Greg Inglis who starred as fullback for South...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 27 October 2012 12:02

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