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Thurston confirms he’s the new Lockyer in a man of the match Test performance

Aust v_NZ_NRL_testLife without Darren Lockyer proved just as seamless as life with it for Australia as the men charged with replacing him continued the Kangaroos' mid year domination of New Zealand with a 20-12 win at Eden Park last Friday night.

In the first Test of the post-Lockyer era, Johnathan Thurston - the new man in the No.6 - claimed man of the match honours while new skipper, Cameron Smith sealed the...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 28 April 2012 10:12

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City sneaks home by 2 points despite Blake Ferguson delivering some magic

blake fergusonNSW City Origin have held off a stirring comeback from Country including a two try haul to Blake Ferguson to win Sunday's annual representative clash 24-22 in Mudgee in the central west of New South Wales on Sunday.

Country trailed 24-0 late in the first half but kept City scoreless after the break with Tariq Sims and Blake Ferguson both scoring two tries apiece after a double from Steve Turner and...

 

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