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Unstoppable Inglis

greg inglisSouth Sydney's Queensland Origin stars Greg Inglis and Dave Taylor turned on the power to help the Rabbitohs to their fourth straight NRL victory 36-18 over Canberra on Friday night.

Two nights after playing their part in the Maroons' win over NSW, Taylor and Inglis ripped the Raiders defence to shreds at ANZ Stadium, helping Souths to third place on the ladder.

Both Rabbitohs stars scored doubles...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 01 June 2012 09:36

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Weakened Broncos fold against Storm juggernaut

storm's will_chambersMelbourne gave milestone man Todd Lowrie a night to remember and Brisbane, minus their Origin stars Sam Thaiday and Justin Hodges, one to forget as they powered to a 34-10 NRL victory at AAMI Park on Friday night.

Playing his 50th game for the Storm and his 149th in the NRL following stints with Newcastle and Parramatta, Lowrie set Melbourne on the path to victory with two first half...

 

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