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Clubs chase Thurston in million dollar deal

nathan merrittJohnathan Thurston is the latest National Rugby League star set to join the "million dollar club" alongside his friend and South Sydney fullback, Greg Inglis.

Thurston comes off contract with the North Queensland Cowboys next year and he is already fielding approaches from rival clubs in Sydney for his services.

Thurston, like Inglis, is regarded at the peak of his career and clubs, keen to...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 26 July 2012 16:32

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Patty Mills lends a hand (and a shirt) to give children’s charity a chance to raise funding

patty mills_and_t_shirtAustralian NBA star and captain of the Australian men's basketball Olympic team, Patty Mills has continued his strong history of charitable works by aiming to raise money through the sale of his Game Day Bala t-shirt line for the Cottage by the Sea children's charity.

The Indigenous Australian sports star recently accepted a role as an Ambassador for Cottage by the Sea, which is a...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 26 July 2012 16:31

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