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Big George Rose declares “I’m back!” with ripper performance

george roseCanterbury coach Des Hasler was put to the sword by his former assistant Geoff Toovey as Manly edged out the Bulldogs 12-10 in an absorbing NRL encounter on Friday night and it was Manly's big prop, George Rose, who himself had been recalled to first grade for this big match, who stole the show with a barnstorming performance.

Rose, who appears to have been on the outer with the new Manly coach, was called...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 05 May 2012 11:15

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Chambers, Neilsen notch 5 tries in a record Storm win

will chambersMelbourne centre, Will Chambers grabbed a hat-trick and his centre partner, Dane Neilsen a double as the Storm stretched their unbeaten start to the season to a club record eight NRL matches with a 32-14 win over the Warriors on Anzac Day last week.

Chambers broke a 14-14 deadlock with 10 minutes remaining in the match at AAMI Park in Melbourne and then capped the win with his third try which, like the...

 

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