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Souths face their toughest test despite big win over Canberra

nrl inglis_and_reynoldsMichael Maguire hailed his South Sydney side's character after they put the disappointment of a dismal display against Melbourne behind them to beat Canberra 38-16 last Saturday to set up a mouth watering NRL preliminary final against Canterbury next Saturday.

The Rabbitohs' premiership credentials were questioned after the 24-6 defeat by the Storm in the qualifying final at AAMI...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 September 2012 16:16

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Manly ready for return bout with Melbourne after controversial win over Cowboys

nrl thurston_and_bowenPremiers Manly will play Melbourne this Friday for the chance book a place in the NRL grand final after seeing off North Queensland 22-12 in a controversial but absorbing semi-final at Allianz Stadium.

The Cowboys were left fuming after two second-half tries were awarded to Manly, with skipper Johnathan Thurston telling referee Shayne Hayne: "Twice we've been robbed".

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