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Inglis delivers an ominous warning to Rabbitoh rivals

nrl greg_inglisDespite two tries, three try assists and terrorising the opposition every time he touched the ball, South Sydney superstar Greg Inglis is adamant he and the South Sydney Rabbitohs have only scratched the surface.

Inglis turned on a clinical display as Souths consigned Parramatta to their first wooden spoon in 40 years with a 38-6 win at ANZ Stadium on Sunday - the one man wrecking crew backing up his...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2012 10:42

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Cowboys cement a final berth in tough win over Newcastle

matt bowenNorth Queensland overcame a short turnaround and draining humidity to grind out a 22-14 NRL win over Newcastle in Townsville on Saturday night to firm up their place in the race for top spots in the finals series.

Anthony Mitchell, a match day replacement for injured halfback Michael Morgan, played a role in all three of the Cowboys' tries as they held out an onslaught by the Knights late in the first half to...

 

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