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Prince leads as Titans stalk a spot among the top eight

scott princeGold Coast could find themselves in the NRL top eight by the end of the weekend and their 36-16 win over the Sydney Roosters on Friday night suggests they won't be making up the numbers if they do qualify for the finals.

Under plenty of pressure and down 10-0 early in the match against a Roosters team with nothing to lose, the Titans hung tough in defence before showcasing their ability with the ball -

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 04 August 2012 10:20

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Cyril Rioli celebrates 100 games as he sets sights on another title

AFL cyril_rioli-1By National Indigenous Times AFL reporter Darren Moncrieff

There's a moment during the 2008 AFL Grand Final in which the class of Cyril Rioli shines, a turning point in a game regarded among the most enthralling of recent season deciders.

 

During the tense match, in front of 100,012 spectators, Rioli found himself outnumbered on the wing near the...

 

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