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Storm sweating on government call about Queensland base

Melbourne’s players and staff said goodbye to their families on Wednesday night, initially heading to Sydney where they will be housed at Olympic Park. “It was a bit of shock on Monday to know we’ve got to pack up and leave,” Storm coach Craig Bellamy said. “It’s thrown a bit …

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Duo target more success with four shots at Kembla

In the Dean Industrial Handicap (1200m), Bell rides an outsider, according to early betting, in Brilliant Tavi but the filly shouldn’t be discounted on price. She’s only had one start and finished down the track at Goulburn in January but there was support for her in the betting and she …

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Tips and race-by-race preview for Kembla on Thursday

4. Oojooba gave a good account at Gosford before a break and liked her trial when kept under a big grip at Randwick recently, looked as though she could have won it easily. Likely to be within striking range of the lead and hard to hold out.Dangers: 3. You Rang …

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Pateman, Barton claim lack of natural justice in RADB hearing

As well as being denied the opportunity to test the concentration of urine and the organic and inorganic levels of alleged cobalt in the reserve sample, the pair also argue the RADB failed to give adequate weight to a number of key defence submissions. One expert called upon in the …

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World tennis number one Novak Djokovic tests positive for COVID-19

“I am extremely sorry for each individual case of infection. I hope that it will not complicate anyone’s health situation and that everyone will be fine. I will remain in self-isolation for the next 14 days, and repeat the test in five days.” Djokovic has been criticised for organising the …

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Kogarah move leaves Panthers $25k out of pocket, Fan in the Stand scrapped

The Panthers have even made a point of referring to their round-seven clash as being played at Sarraf Strata Jubilee Stadium, one of their sponsors in direct competition with Nestrata, the official naming-rights holder of Kogarah Oval. In a bid to appease sponsors while games were being played away from …

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Mack Mason’s Waratahs career all but over as life after Beale takes shape

“When news came out he’s signed in France, there was always the possibility it would become too difficult for him to contribute to us. It’s been a really sad loss for us. It just became apparent it was the right thing to do. We’ve had a good send-off for him.” …

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SCG Trust merger opens door for Souths to move back to Allianz

SCG Trust chairman Tony Shepherd and his deputy, Rod McGeoch, will head the new board and an advisory committee has been established to determine the remaining directors. Long-serving trustee Alan Jones is expected to be named on the new “Super Trust”, along with Venues NSW director and former ARL boss …

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Decision time looms for Bulldogs over Pay future

Prior to the competition’s suspension earlier this year, Canterbury were keen to see how the team performed across the opening two months before weighing up whether to extend Pay’s tenure into a fourth and fifth season. By the the time the Dogs have played the Tigers, Bennett’s South Sydney, the …

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‘He’s completely owned it’: Knights coach praises Best for honesty over COVID breach

“As soon as he’s realised on Sunday there could have been something to worry about, he self-reported himself to the club and they’ve passed that information on. Bradman Best has breached the NRL’s biosecurity rules.Credit:Getty “He wasn’t out at a nightclub or anything. And had his mother gone to visit …

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