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The A-List: JARRYD HAYNE (Parramatta, NSW, NRL All Stars & Australia)

By STEVE MASCORD

IN the middle of this interview, Jarryd Hayne’s answers get shorter. It seems like he’s had enough.

Your correspondent has to spell it out: ‘this story has to run to about 1500 words, that’s why I’m asking lots of questions’. 1,863 more words

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The Rabbitohs Star Who Prepared In Secret, Alone For A Shot At History

By STEVE MASCORD

A TOP secret training camp under the Australian Institute of Sport’s Glen Workman has made Ben Te’o the man who can make the biggest difference in Sunday’s grand final. 345 more words

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The A-List: SAM BURGESS (South Sydney, NRL All Stars, England & Great Britain)

By STEVE MASCORD

ON a dreary, cold, wet Sydney day, the redeveloped Redfern Oval gives off an unearthly green hue. It’s almost as if the lighting that allows Melbourne AAMI Park to turn the colour of the host team has been installed just below the historic patch of grass. 1,362 more words

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Six Highlights Of The 2014 NRL Regular Season

By STEVE MASCORD

THERE Is something unnatural – even mean-spirited – about the finals.

For 26 weeks, rugby league is just THERE. Some weekends, there aren’t eight NRL games but no matter how well or otherwise your team plays, there’ll be a match to watch again in a minimum of a fortnight… 1,159 more words

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Matt Scott: We Left Our Persecution Complex In Gosford

By STEVE MASCORD

NORTH Queensland co-captain Matt Scott has revealed the moment the switch flicked for the Cowboys this season – when the premiership hopefuls stopped blaming everyone else for their misfortune, 389 more words

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Australia Needs A Challenge Cup, Says Luke Dorn

By STEVE MASCORD

OK, the NRL schedule is already so full that we didn’t even have a room for the All Stars game this season. 851 more words

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Decision Not To Join Cronulla Pays Off For Tom

By STEVE MASCORD

JUST a few hours before the club he was to join was left holding a likely wooden spoon, Tom Briscoe scored a try before 77,000 people at Wembley on the way to a Challenge Cup winners’ medal. 254 more words

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