Tag: Aaron Woods

Aaron Woods and Bulldogs ready for clash with Andrew ‘Chicken Legs’ Fifita

Canterbury bookend Aaron Woods has taken a tongue-in-cheek shot at former representative teammate Andrew Fififa ahead of the Bulldogs showdown with Cronulla at Shark Park. Speaking on the Big Sports Breakfast, Woods made special mention of Fifita’s ‘skinny legs’ before praising the Tongan World Cup hero’s impressive 80 minute display last weekend. “You look at […]

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Aaron Woods isn’t cutting it at the Bulldogs: Ennis

Former Canterbury captain Michael Ennis has conceded the Bulldogs have lost out in signing Aaron Woods at the cost losing iconic figure James Graham. The retired hooker said running metres and other statistics wouldn’t be enough for Woods at Belmore. “(Graham) has been the heart and soul. Paul McGregor has been treasuring what James Graham […]

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Moylan partying to Hodkinson’s incredible gesture – our top ten most clicked stories of 2017

BY SCOTT DILLON   These are our top ten most clicked stories of 2017 – enjoy!   10: The tale of the Campbelltown Warriors and a writer with a death sentence in a barren wasteland Another world away from the imperious kingdom of League Central – a warm, fuzzy cocoon of backslapping and self-importance – […]

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Twitter reacts to Aaron Woods giving it to English fans post-match

BY SCOTT DILLON Australia and England battled out arguably the most grueling World Cup Final in history with the Kangaroos eventually holding on 6-0. Both teams gave everything with the game in the balance to the last second. But some on Twitter noticed a little moment just after the final siren showing Australian prop Aaron Woods […]

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New South Wales should have never picked a Ron Massey Cup prop and David Fifita in the front-row

BY CURTIS WOODWARD @woodward_curtis The bleeding for New South Wales began long before Game III kicked off at Suncorp Stadium on Wednesday night. Game I six weeks ago was meant to be the night NSW finally turned the tide and stopped one of rugby league’s greatest ever dynasties. The Blues came out all guns blazing, […]

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