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.

Apprentice Price gets one over master in thrilling season-opener

NEWCASTLE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 01:  Jamie Soward of the Dragons celebrates with team mate Brett Morris after kicking the winning field goal in extra time during the round one NRL match between the Newcastle Knights and the St George Illawarra Dragons at Hunter Stadium on March 1, 2012 in Newcastle, Australia.  (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

Greg Prichard Steve Price, take a bow. You took your team to your coaching mentor's new house and came away with the win.

Comments 12

An ugly game, but a win doesn't have to be pretty

Uate of the Knights.

Greg Prichard If it wasn't the game from hell, it was from a place nearby. But they can't all be jewels, and one of the beautiful things about rugby league is that even if you play ugly but manage to win, it's...

Clock ticking for Blues wannabes as squad takes shape

Brett Stewart

Greg Prichard INJURED stars Glenn Stewart, Josh Dugan and Brett Stewart need to get back on the field quickly if they are to have any chance of making the NSW side for State of Origin I against Queensland at...

Power play: Blues prepared to pair Sims with Williams for extra impact

Greg Prichard dinkus

Greg Prichard Don't be surprised if NSW go with a double whammy of second-row powerhouses off the bench in Tariq Sims and Tony Williams for Origin I against Queensland.

Comments 19

Talking points

Five things we learnt from last night's game

Paul Gallen

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

Comments 22

Farah returns to fray for Tigers and NSW after emotional week

Robbie Farah.

Greg Prichard and Brad Walter AFTER a traumatic week in which he farewelled his mother, Wests Tigers captain Robbie Farah has chosen to play in tonight's game against Newcastle at Hunter Stadium.

Talking points

Five things we learnt from last night's game

Carney

Greg Prichard The talking points from Origin II.

Comments 32

Talking points

Sticky must be praised for having courage to change a winning team

Greg Prichard dinkus

Greg Prichard Akuila Uate had to go from the NSW side. He cost the Blues with mistakes in State of Origin I and again in the second game, and they couldn't afford to stick with him for the decider. Q

Comments 2

Talking points

Wrecking ball Williams can be deciding factor in Maroons' destruction

Tony Williams

Greg Prichard Tony Williams is the most important player in State of Origin III.