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Tomorrows weekly pressa with Mr Annesley promises to be the best yet.

Multiple demotions and plenty of tripping over ones own tongue.
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He hung Casey Badger out to dry over a player being one step offside for a charge down on a slow motion replay in Golden Point. Something that every rugby league fan knows happens regularly.

Annesley certainly didn’t do her any favours putting her back in charge of a game just a few weeks later.
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‘High profile Queensland NRL player’ reportedly accused of rape

Reports have emerged that a “high profile” Queensland-based NRL player has been accused of rape on Tuesday night. Nine Queensland first reported the allegation was made by a woman to police on Tuesday night. The Courier Mail further reported the player is “high-profile”. The SMH reported the NRL is aware of the allegations.

Read more: https://www.news.com.au/sport/nrl/high- ... 3f011fb144
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That sounds like a terrible story emerging.

Let’s hope high profile means high profile, not someone who’s never played at a representative level.

The media often refers to “NRL player charged by police” and it’s a jersey flegg player for Bulldogs who drove without a licence, etc.
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In other Rugby League 2024 news, Reece Walsh has withdrawn from the Broncos game against Manly due to knee soreness.


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Rick wrote: May 16, 2024, 11:24 am In other Rugby League 2024 news, Reece Walsh has withdrawn from the Broncos game against Manly due to knee soreness.


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Noticed this too. I didn’t realise he was carrying any type of injury.
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BJ wrote:That sounds like a terrible story emerging.

Let’s hope high profile means high profile, not someone who’s never played at a representative level.

The media often refers to “NRL player charged by police” and it’s a jersey flegg player for Bulldogs who drove without a licence, etc.
News says player has played State of Origin as well.


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Ron78 wrote: May 16, 2024, 11:59 am
BJ wrote:That sounds like a terrible story emerging.

Let’s hope high profile means high profile, not someone who’s never played at a representative level.

The media often refers to “NRL player charged by police” and it’s a jersey flegg player for Bulldogs who drove without a licence, etc.
News says player has played State of Origin as well.


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A name (whether its the right name or not) is pretty easily found for anyone who wants to look hard enough
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Botman wrote: May 16, 2024, 12:21 pm A name (whether its the right name or not) is pretty easily found for anyone who wants to look hard enough
Is it a walking clock?
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The Nickman wrote: May 16, 2024, 12:27 pm
Botman wrote: May 16, 2024, 12:21 pm A name (whether its the right name or not) is pretty easily found for anyone who wants to look hard enough
Is it a walking clock?
I'd wager it was some variety of walking clock that is to be charged.
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This is going to turn out to be TR’s dog again
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Brandon Wakeham arrested for drug trafficking

Former NRL player among three men charged with alleged drug offences: https://www.9news.com.au/national/forme ... 2e4357437f

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The Nickman wrote: May 16, 2024, 12:10 pm
Ron78 wrote: May 16, 2024, 11:59 am
BJ wrote:That sounds like a terrible story emerging.

Let’s hope high profile means high profile, not someone who’s never played at a representative level.

The media often refers to “NRL player charged by police” and it’s a jersey flegg player for Bulldogs who drove without a licence, etc.
News says player has played State of Origin as well.


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Botman wrote:A name (whether its the right name or not) is pretty easily found for anyone who wants to look hard enough
Comments like this just make me feel less internet savvy than I already felt.


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-TW- wrote:Brandon Wakeham arrested for drug trafficking

Former NRL player among three men charged with alleged drug offences: https://www.9news.com.au/national/forme ... 2e4357437f

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he's going away for life if his legal defence is anything like his footy defence

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