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Manly send Cowboys crashing out of top four

george roseManly leapfrogged North Queensland into the NRL top four after grinding out an 8-6 win in Townsville on Saturday night.

Both teams were stoic in defence in the tight contest, where a Jamie Lyon penalty proved to be the difference.

Manly started the match strongest and looked to have grabbed the first try of the night in the 11th minute when Tony Williams pounced on a Kieran Foran grubber. But the...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 August 2012 15:12

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Storm delivers a title warning with Penrith thrashing

will chambersMelbourne Storm snapped their losing streak in emphatic style with a 46-6 thrashing of a pitiable Penrith in their NRL clash at AAMI Park on Saturday.

The Storm ended five games of misery as they ran in eight tries to one, with six coming in the opening 40 minutes.

Melbourne fell off dramatically in the second half and looked more like the side that has struggled in recent weeks but their work...

 

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