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Sandow delivers as Parramatta thrash Brisbane

chris sandowChris Sandow finally delivered on his $550,000 price tag with Parramatta when he terrorised the Broncos to inspire the Eels to an amazing 42-22 win against premiership heavyweights, the Brisbane Broncos on Monday night.

It was a dream NRL debut for caretaker coach Brad Arthur and a terrible result for Brisbane with their premiership claims now in a mess.

The rejuvenated Eels pulled off their second...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 04 August 2012 10:20

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Rabbitohs keep rolling on

dylan farrellSouths belt West Tigers despite

losing strike weapon Greg Inglis

South Sydney are not a one man team, or even a two man team judging by Sunday's clinical 32-6 NRL thumping of Wests Tigers at ANZ Stadium.

Missing from the red and green line up were suspended duo Issac Luke and Greg Inglis, long thought the key elements to any South Sydney victory but their absence was barely felt at...

 

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