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Inglis inspires Souths to top four spot

josh hoffman_and_greg_inglisGreg Inglis was at it again as he inspired South Sydney with the try-saving play of the season as the Rabbitohs secured an all important top four NRL berth with an 18-6 victory over Newcastle at Hunter Stadium on Friday night.

Running into a menacing breeze in the second half, Souths were clinging to a 12-6 lead with the Knights surging when Inglis showed why he could be the...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 06 September 2012 13:43

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Titans crash and rate Sea Eagles as title favourites

nrl george_roseManly coach Geoff Toovey has called for a limited pool of experienced referees to control the NRL finals after his side's 24-16 victory over Gold Coast on Saturday secured a top four spot for his side.

The Sea Eagles led 24-4 early in the second half at Skilled Park, easing up but still posting a sixth straight victory in front of 14,927 fans.

They will take on minor premiers Canterbury in...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 06 September 2012 13:42

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