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Mortimer: Halves key for Bulldogs

5 days ago

Kicking not one but two field goals to seal an extra-time NRL semi-final win is a hard act to follow. But Trent Hodkinson has been asked by Bulldogs great Steve Mortimer to produce something special with halves partner Josh Reynolds in Saturday night’s NRL preliminary final against Penrith. Canterbury halfback Hodkinson on Friday confirmed he […]

Cooper hopes for Bledisloe rugby nod

6 days ago

While Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie might not be laughing, Quade Cooper can see the funny side of teammates giving his recovering shoulder an early “test” before his official return from injury on Sunday. Cooper will play his first game since May in the National Rugby Championship (NRC) for Brisbane City against Queensland Country – a […]

Friend one of NRL's toughest: Gillmeister

6 days ago

The man who famously risked his life to captain Queensland – Trevor Gillmeister – reckons Sydney Roosters rake Jake Friend is cut from the same cloth as rugby league’s great hard men including South Sydney’s John Sattler. In what has now become rugby league legend, Rabbitohs captain Sattler played 77 minutes with a shattered jaw […]

Sibling rivalry to NRL greatness for Mini

25 Sep 2014

The standout in the Minichiello family’s backyard footy battles always seemed destined to make his mark in rugby league. Anthony Minichiello looked pretty good too. Like a typical little brother, Mark Minichiello cheekily claimed he shone with the footy when sibling rivalry was taken to a new level with Anthony growing up on their five […]

Olympic dream dashed for Smith?

20 Sep 2014

The goal posts have suddenly changed for Wallabies great George Smith in his bid to represent Tonga at the Rio Olympic Rugby Sevens. And frustrated Australian duo Brock James and Blair Connor’s hopes of running out for France at the 2015 Rugby World Cup may have been dashed barely a week after being named in […]

Thurston is already an Immortal: Meninga

19 Sep 2014

No matter what happens next in the NRL finals, Queensland coach Mal Meninga believes Johnathan Thurston has done enough to be considered a future Immortal. Ex-Test international Matt Johns had suggested Thurston would be “assured of Immortal status” if he guided the North Queensland Cowboys to their first premiership this year. However, Meninga – a […]

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