Greg Prichard

Greg Prichard

Greg Prichard is a Senior Sports Reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald

Putting the worth in Wentworthville: Kearney drops Sandow to NSW Cup

Greg Prichard AFTER failing to find his form and confidence playing for Parramatta in first grade, Chris Sandow has been told to widen his search to the NSW Cup with Wentworthville.

Constant Gardner adds fire to Sharks

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Greg Prichard NATHAN GARDNER is positive about his comeback from a knee reconstruction today, which could end up giving Cronulla a massive boost going into the finals.

Luke not missed but coach extends olive branch

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Greg Prichard Michael Maguire has pulled the right rein much more often than he has pulled the wrong one in his first season as South Sydney coach.

Flanagan guarded on plans for Gardner

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 07: Nathan Gardner of the Sharks injures his knee during the round six NRL match between the Cronulla Sharks and the St George Illawara Dragons at Toyota Stadium on April 7, 2012 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images) nathan.jpg

Greg Prichard NATHAN GARDNER will be on the bus to Canberra today as part of an extended Cronulla squad for tomorrow's elimination final against the Raiders, but there is no guarantee Sharks coach Shane Flanagan...

Force is with Luke after discipline wake-up call, says Fenech

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Greg Prichard SOUTH SYDNEY great Mario Fenech says Issac Luke has learnt the lesson he needed to learn if he is to become a great Rabbitohs player.

Eels turn to star power to overcome horror start

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Greg Prichard MELBOURNE coach Craig Bellamy yesterday revealed he has spoken with his former assistant at the Storm - Parramatta coach Steve Kearney - to offer him support in the wake of the horror start to the...

Sandow loses chance to find form as injury ends cup role

Greg Prichard CHRIS SANDOW has been spared the embarrassment of having to play for Parramatta's feeder team, Wentworthville, in the NSW Cup this weekend after being ruled out because of a shoulder injury.

Evans rises above pack to push claims for top grade

PENRITH, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 21:  Kane Evans of New South Wales makes a break during the Toyota U20 State of Origin match between New South Wales and Queensland at Centrebet Stadium on April 21, 2012 in Penrith, Australia.  (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

Greg Prichard SYDNEY ROOSTERS are hoping young prop Kane Evans can graduate to first grade this year, but even if they have to wait until next year they are convinced they are on a winner.

A team's work is never done, not this season

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Greg Prichard You dominate a game, score five tries in building a 31-point lead, and you don't let the opposition score until the 67th minute - yet you're kicking yourself at full-time even though you've won.

Mortimer out to grab his chance

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Greg Prichard DANIEL MORTIMER says this is the chance he has been anticipating ever since he joined Sydney Roosters at the end of last season.

Fighting charge adds to cloud over Jennings' future with Panthers

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Greg Prichard UNCERTAINTY over the future of Michael Jennings at Penrith is likely to remain now that he won't play at any level again until Origin II at ANZ Stadium on June 13.

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Cleary making his presence felt at foot of the mountains as his troops do the same to the premiers

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Greg Prichard Phil Gould, the boss of everything at Penrith, didn't bring Ivan Cleary to the club to place the cones at training and mix the Gatorade.

Decision pending for Origin III referees but panel wants stability

Rugby League St George Illawarra Dragons v Wests Tigers  Tigers Robbie Farah  talks to referee Tony Archer at Win Jubilee Oval. Friday March 16th 2012.Pictures Steve Christo SMH Sport/News

Greg Prichard REFEREES Tony Archer and Ben Cummins and video referee Steve Clark appear likely to remain in charge for what is arguably the biggest game in State of Origin history.

Fa'aoso signs with Storm but could fly off to Manly

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Greg Prichard RICHIE FA'AOSO could end up playing for three NRL clubs within 12 months after signing for Melbourne yesterday.

Anderson, Price answer Parra's SOS

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Greg Prichard PARRAMATTA'S newly appointed football consultant, Chris Anderson, says the club's board has assured him they want Steve Kearney to remain as coach at least until his contract runs out at the end of...