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Kearney losing patience with out of form Sandow

chris sandowParramatta coach Stephen Kearney appears to be fed up with the inconsistent displays from his expensive halfback, Chris Sandow after watching his side fall 14-6 to Newcastle in a dreadful NRL clash at Hunter Stadium.

The loss keeps Parramatta at the bottom of the table and Kearney was in no mood to give an assessment of South Sydney recruit Sandow's performance on Sunday.

"Bad time to ask me,"

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 April 2012 20:56

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Chambers stars as Storm thump North Queensland

will chambers_scoresMelbourne halfback Cooper Cronk proved once again why he is certain to assume the Australian No.7 jumper with a five star display in the Storm's 42-18 NRL thumping of North Queensland on Sunday night.

The win also featured a wonderful performance from Will Chambers who recently returned from a stint playing Rugby union. The barnstorming centre scored two tries in Melbourne's win and was one...

 

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