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Thurston back with his old magic

ray thompsonJohnathan Thurston's shift to the number 6 jumper finally came up trumps for North Queensland as the State of Origin and Test star orchestrated a 22-6 NRL win over Canberra in their NRL clash on Monday night.

Thurston threw the final pass for three of the Cowboys' four tries - laying on another double for winger Ashley Graham who took his tally to six tries from the opening five rounds.

It was a...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 April 2012 10:38

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Inglis’ wobbly winner

inglisIt was ugly but it was very effective and Greg Inglis' golden point field goal may have just saved South Sydney's NRL season from an early oblivion.

With his side having somehow managed to escape from a 16-4 hole with four minutes remaining to force their game with Wests Tigers into extra time, Inglis perched himself on the 30 metre line, 20 metres behind the play.

What followed was a mongrel drop kick off the...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 April 2012 10:37

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