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Rose shines as Manly burst Souths bubble

nrl george_roseReigning premiers Manly proved they're the real deal by snapping South Sydney's six match winning streak with a tough 23-6 win in Gosford.

Young winger Jorge Taufua scored twice for the Sea Eagles as they ran in 23 unanswered points following Souths' opener just five minutes into the match.

But it was the barnstorming return to form of big Manly prop, George Rose that laid the foundation for...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 17 August 2012 13:47

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Hall of Fame honour 2

gavin wanganeenGavin Wanganeen's special place

Gavin Wanganeen holds a special place in the hearts of old time defenders everywhere: His 1993 AFL Brownlow Medal was the first and last for a footballer in the backline in the modern era.

Wanganeen paid tribute to his South Australian origins when he was inducted in the SA Football Hall of Fame.

It was while watching his beloved Croweaters take on the...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 17 August 2012 13:47

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