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Anthony Watmough, Josh Morris to make their NRL returns

Michael Carayannis NSW duo Anthony Watmough and Josh Morris are expected to return for their club side’s this weekend after missing last weeks games through injury or suspension.

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State of Origin: Anthony Watmough all heart off the field as well

Brothers: Anthony Watmough and lifelong friend Jamie Miller.

Adrian Proszenko There is a brotherhood, the type that can only be forged in the furnace of an Origin victory or the confines of a Coffs Harbour getaway, that has bonded the NSW players like superglue.

Anthony Watmough to fight dangerous throw charge

NSW coach Laurie Daley embraces Anthony Watmough after the Blues sealed their first series victory in nine years.

Michael Carayannis Blues back-rower Anthony Watmough will fight his dangerous throw charge at the NRL judiciary on Thursday night in a bid to play for NSW in game three.

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State of Origin: Anthony Watmough says the Blues are closest ever

Michael Carayannis Anthony Watmough has described the Blues camp as the “closet” team he has been part of as the Blues enter enemy territory for the first time.

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Anthony Watmough in doubt for Anzac Test

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James MacSmith Manly back-rower Anthony Watmough is in doubt for next month's Anzac Test after badly injuring his elbow in the Sea Eagles' controversial win over North Queensland on Friday night.

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Anthony Watmough has unfinished business as rep swansong looms

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Michael Chammas Manly back-rower Anthony Watmough is considering retiring from representative football, but not until he ticks off the final two achievements on his list.

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Hands off our players, Manly Sea Eagles tell rivals

Brothers in arms: Brett Stewart (right) may follow his brother Glenn, who has signed with South Sydney, out of Manly.

Adrian Proszenko Manly boss David Perry has gone to the NRL over concerns rival clubs are illegally approaching his star players with inducements to break their current contracts.

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Geoff Toovey unimpressed by talk Watmough, Stewart want out of Manly

Nonplussed: Geoff Toovey would not confirm or deny reports Anthony Watmough and Brett Stewart asked to be released from their Manly contracts.

Michael Carayannis Manly coach Geoff Toovey has refused to confirm or deny that three of his star players have asked for a release from their contract but has hit out and people who he claims are trying to undermine...

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Talkin' teams and Ultimate League (round 20)

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 27:  Paul Gallen of the Sharks celebrates victory with fans after the round 16 NRL match between the Brisbane Broncos and the Cronulla Sharks at Suncorp Stadium on June 27, 2014 in Brisbane, Australia.  (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)

Chris Boulous Join Chris Boulous for the NRL team news as it comes as well as plenty of Ultimate League chat.

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Live blog: St George Illawarra Dragons v Manly Sea Eagles

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Alex Rowe Can the Dragons stay within reach of the eight with a win over top-of-the-table Manly?

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Manly Sea Eagles keep minds on job to beat Dragons despite off-field dramas

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Michael Carayannis Manly have brushed aside talk of further player discontent to beat St George Illawarra 21-12 at Jubilee Oval on Monday night.

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St George-Illawarra Dragons v Manly Sea Eagles

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South Sydney's Adam Reynolds back from knee injury to take on Parramatta Eels

On the comeback trail: South Sydney halfback Adam Reynolds.

Michael Carayannis South Sydney have been boosted by the inclusion of Adam Reynolds, who has overcome a knee injury and will play against Parramatta on Friday night.

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Canterbury Bulldogs forward Tony Williams' hulking frame keeps him out of No.6 jersey

Wrecking machine: Bulldogs forward Tony Williams at his barnstorming best is virtually unstoppable.

Michael Carayannis Des Hasler’s refusal to name Tony Williams in the No.6 jersey may have more to do with Williams’ hulking frame than mind games from the Bulldogs coach.

Paul Gallen will play again this NRL season

Paul Gallen is likely to play again this season with his biceps injury not needing surgey.

James MacSmith Paul Gallen will play again for Cronulla this season after scans on his injured bicep revealed he will not require surgery.

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No player in Origin – but now minor premiership is in Penrith Panthers' reach

On the prowl: the Panthers are well placed to end their 23-year wait for the minor premiership.

Michael Chammas The Panthers will take another step towards ending an 11-year drought in Sydney's west if they put Brisbane away at Penrith on Monday night.

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Talkin' teams and Ultimate League

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Chris Boulous Join Chris Boulous for the NRL team news as it comes as well as plenty of Ultimate League chat.

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Brent Kite fears Manly dynasty may unravel

Fond memories: Brent Kite celebrates the 2011 grand final win, one of two premierships he won with Manly.

Ben Horne Two-time Manly premiership winner Brent Kite says it's up to young Sea Eagles players to ensure the culture at the proud club doesn't die.

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NSW Blues confident they can succeed despite inevitable changing of the guard

In the twilight: NSW skipper Paul Gallen is a veteran these days but is unsure of his representative future.

Michael Chammas Paul Gallen has no intention to retire from representative football, but regardless of whether the skipper straps on the boots for another campaign or not, he will leave a legacy that will live on...

Trent Merrin may be out for a month

Ouch: Trent Merrin (centre), with Dragons and NSW teammates Brett Morris and Josh Dugan, injured the AC joint in his shoulder during game three against Queesland.

Adrian Proszenko Trent Merrin could miss up to a month of football after suffering a suspected grade two AC joint injury in his first touch in State of Origin III.