Greg Prichard

Greg Prichard

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

Will Sea Eagles fans dare to travel?

Greg Prichard Any chance of Manly fans turning up in numbers for their team's semi-final against North Queensland at Allianz Stadium on Friday? The Sea Eagles need their support.

Weekend talking points

Time to blow whistle on referees' bosses

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Greg Prichard The ARL Commission has got to blow up the refereeing department at the end of the season and start again.

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Ward given keys to make right call

Greg Prichard VETERAN video referee Chris Ward, who made the biggest decision by an upstairs official in NRL history, has been brought back into the front line by the man who asked him to make that call in the...

Plenty of Sea Eagles have not flown the nest

Greg Prichard Some facts and figures heading into the third week of the NRL finals.

Greenberg won't hold back lofty ambitions

Greg Prichard Canterbury are making plans to parlay their success on the field this season into something huge off it.

Bennett seeks an explanation

Wayne Bennett

Greg Prichard Newcastle coach Wayne Bennett is covering all the angles heading into Friday night's big game against unbeaten competition leaders Melbourne at AAMI Park.

Gallen cops it again as Souths star lashes out

Paul Gallen

Greg Prichard AFTER being injured and placed on report in the loss to South Sydney on Monday night, Cronulla captain Paul Gallen again found himself in the firing line yesterday, when Rabbitohs star and fellow...

state of origin

So little between the sides, but so much room to improve for game two

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Greg Prichard The Blues are going to get better in this series, but so are Queensland. It's a matter of whether the Blues can fine-tune things enough to win in Sydney and create momentum going into a decider on...

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Talking points

Five things we learnt from last night's game

Paul Gallen

Greg Prichard Greg Prichard pinpoints five important themes from Origin I.

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Different video ref always the plan

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Greg Prichard REFEREES bosses Bill Harrigan and Stuart Raper always planned to use a different video referee in each of the three State of Origin games this year.

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.