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No Inglis, no worries as Souths beat Dragons in 1 point thriller

dragons rabbitohsSouth Sydney coach Michael Maguire lauded the performance of rookie halfback Adam Reynolds as his side chalked up a third successive NRL win, this time without their star fullback, Greg Inglis, edging out St George Illawarra 19-18 at Kogarah Oval on Sunday.

The 21 year old broke the Dragons' hearts with a field goal two minutes into golden point, capping off an assured display that also included...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 24 May 2012 09:10

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Bowen’s boys overcome loss of Sims to notch narrow win

nrl matt_bowenTariq Sims' State of Origin dream is over after the burgeoning North Queensland star was taken to hospital with a badly broken leg in his side's tight 30-28 win against Penrith in Townsville on Saturday night.

The Cowboys, led by Matt Bowen as captain and as the chief playmaker, held a convincing lead at the time of Sims' injury and this appeared to have an effect on the team as they allowed Penrith to...

 

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