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Tim Prentice

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Tim Prentice is a professional sportswriter with more than four decades experience. He covered rugby league and tennis for the Daily Mirror and Daily Telegraph as well as having a weekly all sports column. Tim loves roaring and loves nothing more than you roaring back!

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April 2012
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PRENTICE: I can’t see enough points in the NSW backline

PRENTICE: I can’t see enough points in the NSW backline

4 days ago

I have major reservations about the NSW Blues team and everywhere I turn, Blues fans seem to be of a similar view.

PRENTICE: What next if this so-called Origin trial is a fizzer?

PRENTICE: What next if this so-called Origin trial is a fizzer?

13 May 2015

Many are calling Friday’s Roosters-Bulldogs game an Origin trial for NSW halves but deep down, I’m hoping the showdown is a fizzer and does not ease Laurie Daley’s mind.

Why I’d pick Hodkinson and Sezer to energise the Blues

Why I’d pick Hodkinson and Sezer to energise the Blues

7 May 2015

They say forwards win matches but I have no doubt the upcoming State of Origin series is already boiling right down to halves.

Alastair Clarkson would be a dead man walking in the NRL

Alastair Clarkson would be a dead man walking in the NRL

29 Apr 2015

Hawthorn coach Alastair Clarkson is a very lucky man. Lucky that he is not working in the NRL, because chances are he would not have a job by the end of this week.

Cowboys say it’s payback time against the Knights

Cowboys say it’s payback time against the Knights

22 Apr 2015

There are not many safe bets in this topsy-turvy NRL comp, but I’ve come up with one that could be a given – Cowboys star Johnathan Thurston will not get bashed at Hunter Stadium on Saturday.

Wounded Sea Eagles should stand by their man

Wounded Sea Eagles should stand by their man

17 Apr 2015

Scott Penn – you cannot be serious. Geoff Toovey is the man to have at the helm of the Sea Eagles, even if the club has a shocker of a season and finishes with the competition dregs.

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