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Sandow’s strong performance lays platform for Hayne magic

chris sandowAll the talk in the Parramatta dressing room was about the return to form of fullback, Jarryd Hayne in his team's come from behind 29-20 win against Cronulla on Monday night but it was probably the much improved form of half, Chris Sandow that would have had coach, Stephen Kearney smiling.

Sandow, who has been roundly criticised for a poor start to the season, showed glimpse he is getting back to his best...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 June 2012 10:01

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Ben Barba does it again

ben barbaCanterbury coach, Des Hasler keeps singing the praises of his fullback, Ben Barba and so he did again after Barba dominated proceedings in Canterbury's tough but in the end convincing 23-18 NRL win against South Sydney on Saturday night.

Barba, facing off against the South Sydney legend Greg Inglis who has been all the talk of the town after some scintillating performances himself, scored a solid points victory...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 June 2012 10:00

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