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Tony Mundine and George Reno unearth a promising new boxer

rocky jerkic_and_george_renoGeorge Reno can be found down at the Block in the heart of Redfern, which was once a row of run down tenement houses mostly for the Indigenous people, with a gym down the bottom of the road.

Unfortunately, in the latter years of its run down existence drugs became very prominent in the area and a hell of a lot of the Indigenous youth got caught up in the scourge of our...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 08 March 2012 07:45

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Defence was key to win over Cowboys, says Prince

scott princeStar recruit, Jamal Idris' two try debut for Gold Coast got the headlines but Gold Coast Titans captain, Scott Prince was equally impressed by his team's defence in their 18-0 NRL win over the North Queensland Cowboys.

The Titans defence, bolstered by fellow big name recruits Nate Myles and Luke Douglas, kept the fancied but horribly error-prone Cowboys scoreless on their home ground Dairy Farmers Stadium...

 

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