Tag: Greg Inglis

Five players to watch at the Four Nations

BY JACOB BROWN For the first time in a while, this Four Nations has the potential to be the best yet. Australia, England and New Zealand all seem capable of winning the competition and Scotland have their strongest squad ever. We are in for an exceptional tournament.   Jason Taumalolo: Joint Daily M medal winner […]

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Aitken ready for international battle with Dugan and Inglis

Scottish and Dragons centre Euan Aitken is excited about facing club teammate Josh Dugan and Greg Inglis in the Four Nations. “I’m going to be put up against Greg Inglis or Josh Dugan, who are real strong in the centres,” Aitken told Rugby League Week. “I’m looking forward to giving that a go and testing […]

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Inglis full of praise for Holmes after strong debut

Australian centre Greg Inglis has praised debutant Valentine Holmes after an impressive display in the Kangaroos win over New Zealand in Perth. Despite his effort, coach Mal Meninga has guaranteed Josh Mansour a place in the opening Four Nations match after missing the test with the Kiwis. “It was a great effort from Val, he […]

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Inglis admits he almost walked out on Souths for Storm or Broncos

South Sydney captain Greg Inglis had admitted he almost turned his back on Redfern for a return to Melbourne or even the Brisbane Broncos. Inglis joined Souths after the salary cap scandal hit the Storm but not before travelling to Brisbane where he initially agreed to go before changing his mind and linked with Russell […]

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Strong Prime Minister’s XIII squad announced for clash with PNG in Port Moresby

Australian coach Mal Meninga has named an impressive Prime Minister’s XIII squad for their clash with Papua New Guinea in Port Moresby. South Sydney superstar Greg Inglis will skipper the team from the centres allowing Wests Tigers ace James Tedesco the chance to shine at fullback. “This is an outstanding squad. There are four representatives […]

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