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The Fijian's looking to cause a surprise at the world cup

Whilst Tonga are busy grabbing the headlines as the dark horses to win the world cup, another Pacific side are flying under the radar.

Fiji downed Italy 38-10 in their final group game to finish top of the group and set up a quarterfinal game against either the dark horses themselves, Tonga or previous winners New Zealand… 441 more words

Rugby League

Hayne plane set to take off again?

The Titans are in turmoil and sharks seem to be circling both Jarryd Hayne and coach Neil Henry. Hayne’s teammates have, as expected, raced to his defence stopping just short of declaring him their lord and saviour, while decrying Neil Henry as abrasive, rigid and immobile, and calling for his sacking. 528 more words


Henry's impending demise shows players hold all the aces

There is one man who can relate to the backstabbing and bloodletting Neil Henry is currently experiencing at the Gold Coast – former Wests Tigers coach Jason Taylor. 1,044 more words

NSW must adjust their attitude if they are to change their Origin fortunes

There is a sense of what could have been about this Origin series for New South Wales.

After game one they were heavy favourites having outplayed a Queensland side that was on the verge of being forced to make the largest number of personnel changes since the start of their dynasty. 1,126 more words

NSW win Origin Opener

NSW have won the opening State of Origin rugby league game 28-4 at Lang Park.

Leading 6-4 in a frantic first half, a Mitchell Pearce try right on halftime proved crucial. 75 more words


The Golden Point - The Jarryd Hayne Conundrum

The week on episode 3 of The Golden Point, JC, Mac and Drew play a few games, recap all of the action from round 3 and look at some of the big issues in league including Hayne’s NRL future and who is better, Tedesco or Moylan. 28 more words