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Barba shines again in thriller against Manly

nrl ben_barbaThey took their coach last year, now Canterbury have set their sights on taking Manly's premiership with a 16-10 win in the opening NRL qualifying final on Friday which again featured a Ben Barba special.

In a brutal but enthralling contest, Des Hasler's Bulldogs will take a rest this weekend and prepare for a preliminary final after laying down a marker to the rest of the competition that they're very...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 13 September 2012 13:24

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Ferguson the star as Raiders overwhelm a battered Cronulla

blake fergusonCanberra centre Blake Ferguson insists he'd forgotten all about his infamous departing jibe that Cronulla weren't NRL premiership contenders.

But scoring two match turning tries as the Raiders sent his old club packing from the 2012 finals, it was almost as if he was saying it all over again.

Ferguson was one of the Raiders' best on Sunday when Canberra downed an error-riddled Cronulla 34-16 to...

 

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