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  • Blues brothers get behind Gallen
    ANGRY NSW State of Origin players are privately banding together to protest the treatment of their inspirational skipper Paul Gallen.
  • Rabbitohs steal rising rugby star
    NRL PREMIERS South Sydney may have lost Sam Burgess to rugby union, but they’ve signed an Australian schoolboy right out of The Scots College.
  • Blue skies for Ennis in the Shire
    IT is always strange seeing a star player pull on a different footy jumper. They almost look out of place — but not new Sharks recruit Michael Ennis.
  • Dugan: I can replace Hayne as Blues? No.1
    JOSH Dugan, once deemed too toxic for the NSW State of Origin side, now wants to replace Jarryd Hayne as its poster boy.
  • Eels sign Watmough on four-year deal
    ANTHONY Watmough’s long-awaited move to the Eels has been finalised, with the club set to unveil the new recruit at a press conference on Friday.
  • England hones wrestling technique
    ENGLAND believe they have closed the gap on Australia when it comes to wrestling in rugby league and are preparing to showcase their new physicality.
  • No nerves for Roo rookie Mata?utia
    HE IS 18-years-old and training alongside players he once had posters of, so naturally Sione Mata’utia wanted what every kid his age does – a selfie.
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