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National Rugby League News / Manly players in dark over Barrett saga
« Last post by RNA on Yesterday at 01:44:33 PM »
Manly players remain in the dark over the future of NRL coach Trent Barrett but won't be drawn into any ongoing issues between the coach and administration.

Sea Eagles players returned to training on Monday after Friday's second-half collapse to the Gold Coast and off the field the club have their own battles.

Speculation continues to swirl about Barrett's future after reports suggested he was ready to walk out on the club at season's end, fed up with a lack of resources for his football department.

More: https://wwos.nine.com.au/2018/08/20/12/21/manly-players-in-dark-over-barrett-future

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National Rugby League News / Lodge likely to extend Broncos NRL deal
« Last post by RNA on Yesterday at 01:44:33 PM »
Controversial Brisbane prop Matt Lodge admits he wouldn't be playing NRL if not for Wayne Bennett but is hoping to re-sign with the Broncos even if the master coach is moved on.

Lodge says he is nutting out a contract extension with the Broncos and aims to re-sign soon, after Bennett threw him an NRL lifeline following his well-publicised 2015 New York drunken rampage.

Lodge can plan his NRL future again after reaching a settlement with the victims of his US attack, following a $1.2-million damages bill.

More: https://wwos.nine.com.au/2018/08/20/12/04/brisbane-ignore-bennett-saga-mccullough

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Canberra Raiders NRL Team / Inglis expected to return against Canberra
« Last post by Raidercast on Yesterday at 01:44:31 PM »
South Sydney skipper Greg Inglis is expected to make his long-awaited return from a broken thumb against Canberra this weekend after receiving the all-clear from club doctors.

Inglis must receive one final clearance from his surgeon before taking the field but is tipped to make a timely comeback for the injury-hit Rabbitohs.

The 31-year-old hasn't played since injuring his thumb against North Queensland in Cairns in early July and missed State of Origin III as a result.

More: https://wwos.nine.com.au/2018/08/20/13/26/inglis-expected-to-return-against-canberra

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Former Kiwis captain Jesse Bromwich is excited at the chance to play for New Zealand Māori in a NRL season curtainraiser next year.

More: http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/league/106396423/Jesse-Bromwich-backs-plan-for-NZ-M-ori-to-play-Australian-Indigenous-teams

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Play of the week. What a tackle this was from Sia Soliola! When you need someone to stand up and lead by example Sia is the man! Brought to you by @CocaColaAU No Sugar.     #WeAreRaiders #NRLRaidersRoosters



More: https://twitter.com/RaidersCanberra/status/1031375266818355200

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Two comebacks with game finishing right on the Wellington tryline.

More: https://www.nzherald.co.nz/league/news/article.cfm?c_id=79&objectid=12109847

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National Rugby League News / Storm's Chambers cops three-game NRL ban
« Last post by RNA on Yesterday at 01:12:53 PM »
Melbourne star Will Chambers has accepted a three-game NRL ban for his crusher tackle on Parramatta winger Jarryd Hayne, ruling him out until the Storm's second game of the finals.

Chambers could have been suspended for five-matches after being hit with a grade-three charge for dangerous contact, but took the early guilty plea on Monday.

Sydney Roosters co-captain Boyd Cordner can avoid a suspension for a dangerous throw with an early guilty plea after being cited with a grade one charge.

More: https://wwos.nine.com.au/2018/08/20/12/50/storm-s-chambers-cops-three-game-nrl-ban

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National Rugby League News / Former Kiwi Tony handed top NZ role
« Last post by RNA on Yesterday at 01:12:52 PM »


The New Zealand Rugby League has unveiled former Kiwis back Motu Tony as its new high performance boss.

More: https://wwos.nine.com.au/2018/08/20/12/45/former-kiwi-tony-handed-top-nz-role

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Canberra Raiders Membership Sponsor, Austbrokers Canberra, today have confirmed they will give away $17,500 at the last home game of the season this Saturday during the half-time interval. The Raiders surpassed 20,000 members for the first time in season 2018 and it's through the direct support of Austbrokers Canberra over the last few seasons that this was an achievable goal for the club.

Each week for the first 10 home matches of the season there was $100,000 up for grabs at the game, with the highlight coming in round 14 against the Panthers when Raiders member Josh picked up $50,000 at halftime! So far in 2018 Austbrokers Canberra have given away $82,500 at Raiders home games as part of their Member Spin and Win and Halftime Cash giveaway promotions, and have decided to bump that figure up to $100,000 in total for the season at the last home game.

More: http://dlvr.it/QgRrFc

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