Posts Tagged "Mat Rogers"

It didn’t quite break the internet but there was a quiet murmur that recently went around the rugby league social media swirl.

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Former Shark, Titan and Wallaby Mat Rogers looks set to be making a comeback for the Sharks in 2017 at the Auckland Nines.

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Matt Burke was only used as a first-choice goal kicker for one World Cup, yet he still sits second on the all-time Wallabies leading point scorers at World Cups, behind Michael Lynagh, with 9 points per game.

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Scenes of shattered players in the Gold Coast dressing room are nothing new to Titans fans this season. But the aftermath of their last NRL loss proved too much for Mat Rogers.

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The hype in Gold Coast about the return of dual international Mat Rogers will put a smile back on their faces, but he won’t be able to bring the Coast back into finals contention this year.

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Dual international Mat Rogers has confirmed he is coming out of retirement to play the remainder of the NRL season with Gold Coast.

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Dual international Mat Rogers has confirmed he is coming out of retirement to play the remainder of the NRL season with Gold Coast. Rogers confirmed speculation the Titans had registered his playing contract with the NRL just days before the June 30 deadline.

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Dual international Mat Rogers was “gripped by terror” as a Gold Coast boat cruise with former rugby league team-mates and friends almost ended in tragedy at the weekend.

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Dual international Mat Rogers agrees exciting Roosters halves Mitchell Pearce and Todd Carney are the quickest he’s seen but says the youngsters still have to handle the pressure of Friday’s NRL grand final qualifier against experienced Titans at Skilled Park.

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Heading into this year’s NRL final series first weekend, there seems to be two major questions: first, if either Mat Rogers or Todd Carney win the Grand Final, do they have any spare flesh for the traditional premier’s tattoo? Secondly, are Manly able to get within a bull’s roar of the Dragons on Sunday?

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Gold Coast suffered a blow to their top four hopes with a surprise 30-16 loss to Cronulla on Saturday night, but the Titans are confident the set back is just a blip on their finals radar.

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Dual international Mat Rogers has announced his retirement from professional sport after a glittering NRL and rugby union career.

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Gold Coast five-eighth Mat Rogers says an announcement about his playing future should be made in the next fortnight, not that he’s concerned about it.

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At the start of the year I made a resolution not to blast referees this season. My resolution was made partly through a feeling that it was a tough job and having some no name blogger tapping away in fury did little to reach a productive solution of improved refereeing and two.

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Veteran prop Luke Bailey believes Gold Coast’s heart-stopping win over ladder-leaders St George Illawarra could be the tonic to the doubt which had crept into the Titans’ NRL premiership campaign.

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The sin bin has effectively derailed the course of two matches over the past two weeks. Both the Gold Coast Titans and Springboks were affected by a law which applies no common sense, but rather mandatory sentencing.

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The use of the NRL’s sin bin in 2010 has been farcical and it’s time referees boss Robert Finch laid down some hard and fast rules for its use. If that can’t be done, then it should be torn out of the rule book.

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Having watched rugby league for the majority of my life, I am still left with a perplexing question of why referees seem to pick and choose the rules that they want to police.

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Scott Prince says it will take time to gel but teammate Mat Rogers believes new signing Greg Bird will be “brutal” from the first play in his debut for the Titans against the Warriors at Skilled Park on Sunday.

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It could cost him his No.6 jumper but Mat Rogers would love to see Greg Bird resume his NRL career with Gold Coast.

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