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National Rugby League News / Hasler confirms 'desire' to return to NRL
« Last post by RNA on Today at 08:52:59 PM »
Des Hasler has confirmed his interest in taking over at the helm for the Manly Sea Eagles.

On Friday, it was revealed the club’s desperate search to replace the aggrieved Trent Barrett seemed to be at an end with Hasler looking a viable option for the embattled club.

That development was confirmed on Monday afternoon by Hasler himself as he expressed his ‘desire’ to return to the NRL.

More: https://wwos.nine.com.au/nrl/des-hasler-confirms-interest-in-manly-sea-eagles-nrl-coach-return/03f28f53-c961-477e-beb3-78a24ab9c991

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The Cronulla prop has pledged his allegiance to Tonga and will take on the Kangaroos in Saturday's historic Test in Auckland.

More: https://www.smh.com.au/sport/nrl/why-not-even-fifita-s-kangaroos-rivals-agree-he-could-have-walked-into-australian-team-20181015-p509ro.html

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ICYMI: The Monaro Colts squads were announced this afternoon   Under 16's:     Under 18's:     Open Women's:     Under 23's:  



More: https://twitter.com/CanberraRL/status/1051759587412475905

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Parramatta have told Jarryd Hayne they still want him to be at the Eels next year despite the NRL star turning up the heat on the club for a new contract.

Off-contract Hayne took to social media over the weekend to claim he was still waiting on an offer from Parramatta, before the club returns to pre-season training at the start of next month.

Responding to fans questions on Twitter, Hayne reiterated his desire to bring a premiership to the Eels but insisted he was being honest in his claims he was yet to receive an offer to stay.

More: https://wwos.nine.com.au/nrl/eels-want-hayne-for-back-for-2019-nrl/1eab3fe9-d67b-4b67-b5e5-80f24168df17

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Broncos young gun @jamaynisaako finished the 2018 regular season with the most points! #NRL

More: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bo8ij9BHWlA

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National Rugby League News / The silent heartbreak behind Ben Hunt's season
« Last post by RNA on Today at 06:52:37 PM »
Dragons star Ben Hunt has rightly or wrongly long been the subject of the NRL world’s scrutiny, but it only takes a moment of raw heartbreak to silence the cacophony of slander and criticism.

Hunt’s wife Bridget recently revealed the couple suffered a miscarriage early in the season, in a year where the Dragons halfback copped a torrent of condemnation as he struggled to live up to his $1.2 million price-tag.

Attacked for his performance in Origin 2, chastised for his decision making in the Dragons’ season-ending loss to the Rabbitohs – it’s the type of devastating revelation that seems to render all that noise mute.

More: https://wwos.nine.com.au/nrl/ben-hunt-wife-miscarriage-nrl-backlash/db00a9b4-6a6b-46bf-bffa-a85ec3c8c08b

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Kiwis rookie Joseph Manu was welcomed off the field after Saturday's win against the Kangaroos with a haka and a Cook Islands traditiontional chant.

More: http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/league/107863719/Joseph-Manus-numerous-fans-honour-him-with-haka-after-Kiwis-win

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"A lot of young kids unfortunately at some stage make a mistake."

More: https://www.nzherald.co.nz/league/news/article.cfm?c_id=79&objectid=12142348

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