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Let the games begin! Finals series is a promoter’s dream

nrl greg_inglisBy National Indigenous Times Rugby League columnist Tony Currie

Let the games begin. The 2012 regular season is over and eight teams are left contemplating what could have been.

 

They have a long off-season to mull things over while dissecting their performances. All of them will be attempting to justify their lowly finish to the NRL season.

For some it may be one or two...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 06 September 2012 13:46

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Thurston’s boys burst Cronulla’s bubble

thurstonCronulla's quest for a maiden NRL premiership will begin with a difficult trip to Canberra next week after they botched a perfect opportunity to grab a home final, losing 36-22 to North Queensland on Sunday at Toyota Stadium.

The Raiders' 42-22 win against the Warriors earlier in the day meant the Sharks were aware at halftime they had to beat the Cowboys to ensure they play the Green Machine in Sydney next...

 

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