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Barba stars again as Canterbury snatch golden point win over Wests

nrl ben_barbaA Krisnan Inu field goal with less than a minute remaining in extra time handed Canterbury a controversial 23-22 victory over Wests Tigers at ANZ Stadium on Friday night.

Inu calmly slotted the point from about 30 metres out as the Bulldogs tightened their grip on the NRL minor premiership with their 12th consecutive win.

But the game, played in front of 29,194 fans, was marred by a video...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 23 August 2012 11:46

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Souths stumble with second straight loss

greg inglisA brilliant late try to Cronulla winger John Williams capped a gutsy 20-7 victory over South Sydney on Saturday night as the Sharks moved closer to sealing an NRL finals berth for the first time since 2008 and Souths hopes of sealing a top four spot nosedived.

Williams scored a 45 metre try on the buzzer after pouncing on a grubber kick from Isaac De Gois who broke the Rabbitohs' line before finding his...

 

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