Month: August 2017

Benji Marshall’s little bro in line to make NRL debut at Leichhardt Oval

Wests Tigers fans could be hollering for a Marshall this weekend at Leichhardt Oval long before favourite son Benji returns to the club in 2018. Benji’s little brother Jeremy is in line to make his NRL debut against the New Zealand Warriors. The younger sibling who goes by the name Marshall-King, has been rock solid […]

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James Graham could be forced to retire from NRL if negotiations fall through

Inspirational Canterbury skipper James Graham accepts there is a chance he may be moved on by the Bulldogs for the 2018 season as the club tries to unravel their web of roster woes. Graham has been linked to the St George Illawarra Dragons but the big Englishman says he hasn’t met with the Saints or […]

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Ken Thornett Medal winner Brown ready to tick another box with Finals Footy

Parramatta tyro Nathan Brown’s season just keeps on getting better with the forward claiming the Ken Thornett Medal at Rosehill Racecourse overnight. It caps a remarkable switch for Brown who began his career at Wests Tigers. He then moved to South Sydney where he gained a reputation as a thug. His move to the Eels […]

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Boyd says Broncos effort not the problem as they head to Townsville for Queensland derby

Brisbane Broncos Captain Darius Boyd has brushed off his team’s hammering at the hands of Parramatta last round as the powerhouse club prepares for a vital derby game this Thursday against North Queensland. A win against the wounded Cowboys would keep Brisbane away from a Week 1 Finals trip to face the Melbourne Storm. “There […]

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Tweet comes back to bite Josh Dugan on the arse as Dragons do it without him

BY CURTIS WOODWARD @woodward_curtis A tweet has come back to haunt axed St George Illawarra Dragons star Josh Dugan after he was unceremoniously dropped from the Saints team on Sunday for missing the team bus to Penrith. Dugan tweeted on Saturday that he was “gutted” he’d be missing the American college gridiron match at Allianz […]

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North Queensland and Canberra win but is task too tough for Ricky Stuart’s Raiders?

BY CURTIS WOODWARD @woodward_curtis The North Queensland Cowboys and Canberra Raiders are still alive in 2017 with victories on Friday Night Football. Paul Green’s Cowboys left their run late scoring three tries in the final 12 minutes against WestsTigers at Campbelltown Stadium. It may have been local hero James Tedesco’s final game at the ground […]

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