Month: July 2016

Stuart not looking passed Cronulla despite massive win over Souths

Canberra legend and current coach Ricky Stuart isn’t thinking about a top four finish just yet despite annihilating South Sydney by fifty points on Sunday afternoon. “Timing is a big thing in this competition,” Stuart said. “I know that things can turn very nasty on you very quickly. “I am very fortunate that the players […]

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Sunday Football

      Raiders 54 (Elliott Whitehead 2, Jordan Rapana 2, Edrick Lee, Joey Leilua, Jack Wighton, Jarrod Croker, Blake Austin, Sia Soliola tries; Jarrod Croker 7 goals) defeated Rabbitohs 4 (John Sutton try) at ANZ Stadium. Handyman Magazine Medal 3: Jarrod Croker 2: Joey Leilua 1: Jordan Rapana   Sea Eagles 36 (Brayden Wiliame […]

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Super Saturday

      Warriors 20 (David Fusitu’a 2, Ken Maumalo, Shaun Johnson tries; Issac Luke 2 goals) def. Penrith Panthers 16 (Tyrone Peachey, Josh Mansour 2 tries; Nathan Cleary 2 goals) at Mt Smart Stadium. Handyman Magazine Medal 3: Shaun Johnson 2: Josh Mansour 1: Ben Matulino   Wests Tigers 23 (Nofoaluma, Tedesco, Sue tries; […]

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Friday Night Football

      Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 13 (Josh Reynolds, Sam Kasiano tries; Moses Mbye 2 goals; Josh Reynolds field goal) defeated St George Illawarra Dragons 10 (Kurt Mann, Euan Aitken tries; Gareth Widdop goal) at ANZ Stadium. Handyman Magazine Medal 3: James Graham 2: Aiden Tolman 1: Benji Marshall

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Thursday Night Football

      Sydney Roosters 32 (Dale Copley 2, Latrell Mitchell, Blake Ferguson, Shaun Kenny-Dowall, Boyd Cordner tries; Sio Siua Taukeiaho 4 goals) defeated Brisbane Broncos 16 (Jarrod Wallace, Tom Opacic, Darius Boyd tries; Corey Parker 2 goals) at Allianz Stadium. Handyman Magazine Medal 3: Boyd Cordner 2: Blake Ferguson 1: Dale Copley

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Nathan Brown wants the NRL to hit players where it hurts most

Former Super League coach and current Newcastle mentor Nathan Brown has backed the English model for lesser judiciary charges and wants the NRL to consider fining players for on-field foul play. “The whole grading system needs a real good look at,” Brown said. “There are some instances where a penalty is sufficient. I know we […]

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Flanagan plays down Farah rumour and looks to kids

Cronulla coach Shane Flanagan has played down rumours the high-flying Sharks may be interested in discarded Wests Tigers veteran Robbie Farah. According to reports, Cronulla has already signed a Wests hooker in Manaia Cherrington. “We’ve got Nu Brown who we always thought was going to be a hooker,” Flanagan said. “We’ve got last year’s Australian […]

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Michael Ennis retires as one of the most loved and hated players in history

Michael Ennis is in the form of his life – he has never played better. His Cronulla Sharks are flying atop the National Rugby League table and on a club record winning streak. That’s why the rugby league world went into shock on Tuesday afternoon when the 32-year-old announced he would join Sharks skipper Paul […]

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