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RICKY STUART – SUNDAY TELEGRAPH COLUMN

Ricky Stuart: The Storm are driven by the big three, but everyone in the team does their part precisely by: Ricky Stuart From:The Sunday Telegraph September 30, 2012 Ricky Stuart reckons Cameron Smith and Billy Slater will be all smiles on Sunday night. Picture: Gregg Porteous Source: The Daily Telegraph THE Big Four, as Bryan …

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PAUL ROOS – HERALD SUN COLUMN

GRAND FINAL By Paul Roos SWANS VS HAWKS A coach’s mind is always racing the morning of a game but this morning as John Longmire and Alastair Clarkson wake up I doubt they slept much. Both coaches would be reviewing absolutely every part of the game in their mind.  The biggest question that they will …

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ANDREW JOHNS – NINEMSN COLUMN

Bulldogs to win battle of the best By Andrew Johns – Wed Sep 26 2012 The final game of the 2012 season sees the competition’s two best teams, with the competition’s two best coaches, clash for the NRL premiership title. Bulldogs coach Des Hasler has taken his side to within one win of the premiership …

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RICKY STUART – SUNDAY TELEGRAPH COLUMN

Craig Bellamy and his Storm-troopers will face their day of reckoning Ricky Stuart The Sunday Telegraph September 23, 2012 12:00AM   Craig Bellamy leads the Storm squad to a press conference in 2010 after the salary cap rorting story broke. Picture: Jay Town Source: Herald Sun TWO years back, when the Melbourne Storm were going …

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PAUL ROOS – HERALD SUN COLUMN

Swans are no fans of history BY Paul Roos  – From: The Daily Telegraph  – September 21, 2012 Previous Magpies wins over the Swans will mean nothing tonight. Picture: Sam Ruttyn The Daily Telegraph IT doesn’t matter how many times each coach says it, people tend not to believe that the past 11 wins by …

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ANDREW JOHNS – NINEMSN COLUMN

Bad calls take focus off great season BY Andrew Johns – Thu Sep 20 2012 In what has been an incredible season of rugby league, refereeing errors have completely overshadowed some of the biggest games. All the talk following last weekend’s finals has been about the Kieran Foran knock-on call in Manly’s victory over North …

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LEONARDO DICAPRIO SET TO GET MARRIED IN THE HAMPTONS

Director Scorsese and crew searched for weeks before settling on a Hamptons house that could be styled to look like the Caribbean island Anguilla’s Malliouhana Hotel. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Tuesday, September 18, 2012, 1:55 PM Kambayashi/AP Leonardo DiCaprio. LEO GETS WEDDED BLITZ Save the date: Leo’s getting married in the Hamptons Wednesday. At least …

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PAUL ROOS – HERALD SUN COLUMN

Evenly matched as Collingwood and West Coast enter tonight’s final with fair amount of confidence BY Paul Roos – September 15, 2012 BOTH teams will go into tonight’s match confident they can win. West Coast because of its form last week and its victory over the Magpies in Round 22. The Pies because they have …

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RICKY STUART – SUNDAY TELEGRAPH COLUMN

Manly Sea Eagles have the form and experience to challenge the Storm BY Ricky Stuart – Sunday September 15, 2012 MANLY get their second half right and suddenly we’re all talking about them as contenders again. This time last week we had them all written off after a disappointing game against Canterbury, but now, after …

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RICHARD DE CRESPIGNY – THE AUSTRALIAN

Hero Qantas pilot pays tribute to Neil Armstrong as a master of the machine by: Chris Griffith From: The Australian -September 13, 2012 WHEN does man override machine? It was a pertinent question for Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, and Qantas pilot Richard de Crespigny, who in 2010 captained a …

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ANDREW JOHNS – NINEMSN COLUMN

Big games deserve the big stadiums BY Andrew Johns – September 12, 2012 Manly plays North Queensland this weekend at the Sydney Football Stadium and once again the issue of crowd size has come up. Last season when these two sides met in the first week of the finals on the same ground, they attracted …

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GREG ALEXANDER – NRL.COM COLUMN

South Sydney exposed by soft run BY Greg Alexander NRL.com Thu, Sep 13, 2012 For all the hype and headlines surrounding the Rabbitohs’ surge into the semi-finals, I left AAMI Park disappointed at their underwhelming performance against Melbourne. Souths were outmuscled and out-thought, and struggled to come to grips with finals mentality. But that’s not …

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