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Ricky Stuart had a Rugby Union pathway to the Raiders - just sayin'. Cooper Cronk had a Union background in his early development years. There are plenty of quality players who have made and who could make, the switch. The trick is to get them in their late teens or early 20s and take the time to develop them.
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How about the Aboriginal elder at Suncorp Stadium in his welcome to country message.

With the Wallabies and All Blacks lined up he started with..

“Welcome to the Rugby League”
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If they keep getting blokes sent off it will be

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Heartbroken Wallabies flyhalf Reece Hodge felt "like I've let my whole country down" after missing a kick which could have won his side a Test match: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/ ... /?cs=14280

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10 penalty goals..

Yawnion.

Enough said.
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-PJ- wrote: November 22, 2020, 2:12 pm 10 penalty goals..

Yawnion.

Enough said.
Horrible.
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