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DAILY TELEGRAPH – PARRAMATTA EELS ASK PERMISSION TO BEND SALARY CAP TO SIGN ISRAEL FOLAU

PARRAMATTA will break next season’s salary cap to get Israel Folau back to rugby league, but only if the ARL Commission grants them permission. The Daily Telegraph understands Parramatta have approached the commission to spend more than the game’s $5 million salary cap for next year and then operate under a reduced cap for 2014. …

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MARK BOURIS – SWITZER TV

Mark Bouris, 21 November 2012 He was known as the Wizard of Oz after building up Wizard Home Loans and selling it for more than half a billion dollars. Now, the star of The Apprentice is taking on the Big Four banks with his business Yellow Brick Road in a new deal with Macquarie. For …

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CHRISTIAN'S SUSPENSION GIVES HENRIQUES A CHANCE TO SHINE

THE all-rounder’s curse continued on Tuesday but in Dan Christian’s case the Test aspirant’s bizarre downfall has nothing to do with injury. It was a case of three strikes and you’re out for Christian, who has been slapped with a one-match ban by South Australian cricket officials for multiple property damage offences after being dismissed. …

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ED COWAN – STAR GOES TO BAT FOR KIDS

by JAMES HOOPER, The Sunday Telegraph, November 18, 2012 Source: The Sunday Telegraph THE sticker on the base of Australian Test opener Ed Cowan’s bat reads simply “Not For Sale”. Rather than auction the square of willow off to the highest bidder for upwards of $50,000 in sponsorship, the left-hander who plundered his maiden Test …

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ED COWAN – THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

Ed Cowan happy to be unsung and unfashionable as he continues to prove the doubters wrong James Hooper The Sunday Telegraph November 18, 2012 12:00AM Ed Cowan is happy for now to be unsung and unfashionable. Picture: Phil Hillyard Source: The Sunday Telegraph ED Cowan has never been a fan of trying to sugar coat …

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ED COWAN – NEWS.COM.AU

Australia opener Ed Cowan reveals post-century look skyward was nod to late friend Peter Roebuck By Laine Clark, AAP, November 12, 2012 9:57PM Relief … Cowan locked up his spot for the series against the Proteas with a fine century. Gazing toward the heavens after reaching his maiden Test ton at the Gabba on Monday, …

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ANDREW JOHNS JOINS MANLY IN EXCLUSIVE DEAL – MANLY DAILY

by Jon Geddes, Manly Daily, 6 Nov 12 Andrew Johns is a massive off-season recruit for the Sea Eagles RUGBY League Immortal Andrew Johns is excited about working with Manly’s rising talent following his appointment as specialist coach and club ambassador. Manly backed a winner on Melbourne Cup day with confirmation that Johns will work exclusively …

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RICKY STUART – SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Ricky Stuart believes Israel Folau will be a bigger success on his return to the NRL than Sonny Bill Williams BY Ricky Stuart  – The Sunday Telegraph – November 04, 2012 Israel Folau and Sonny Bill Williams are coming back to the NRL. Source: The Daily Telegraph THE question was put to me during the …

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JORDAN BELFORT – WALL ST WOLF TRADES ON HIS HARD LESSONS

by LISA MACNAMARA The Australian 31/10/12 5:47 PM GOOD public relations is essential for any new business launch. And it doesn’t get any better than this: Martin Scorsese directing a film about your life and Leonardo DiCaprio portraying you. “The whole thing is surreal,” Jordan Belfort says. “I wrote this book and before it was …

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MOISES HENRIQUES – WE GOT WHAT WE DESERVED

We got what we deserved: Moises Henriques Sixers’ all-rounder lauds his team’s CLT20 2012 campaign Moises Henriques was a happy campaigner as the Sydney Sixers cruised to a 10-wicket win over the Highveld Lions to become the CLT20 2012 champions. With the bowlers polishing off the hosts’ top order early on and their own openers …

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HERALD SUN – ED COWAN LEAVES NOTHING TO CHANCE

Meticulous opener Ed Cowan leaves nothing to chance by: Mark Hayes From: Herald Sun October 30, 2012 12:00AM Ed Cowan spent part of the Australian winter watching South Africa play in England to prepare for the summer ahead. Picture: Wayne Ludbey Source: Herald Sun AN author, scholar and voracious reader, it should come as no …

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PAUL ROOS – HERALD SUN COLUMN

Paul Roos analyses seasons for teams that missed the finals BY Paul Roos Herald Sun -September 01, 2012 AS the season is about to close and the eight finalists are set for 2012, let’s have a look at the 10 teams that missed out on the eight. Digital Pass – $5 weekend papers Who is …

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