Glenn Jackson

Glenn Jackson

Glenn Jackson is a Rugby League Writer for The Sydney Morning Herald

League

Morris on alert for Inglis to cut loose

Glenn Jackson NSW centre Josh Morris is expecting to be busier in Wednesday night's second Origin than he was in the first encounter.

League

Blues spurred by the echoes of 2005

Paul Gallen

Glenn Jackson, Michael Carayannis, Daniel Lane, Chris Barrett, Brad Walter NSW's class of '13 recall where they were the last time the Blues won a State of Origin series.

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State of Origin

Blues coach gives injured stars time to heal

Jarryd Hayne

Glenn Jackson NSW coach Laurie Daley will give his injured stars until the weekend to prove their fitness after naming an extended 20-man squad for the July 17 State of Origin decider at ANZ Stadium.

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State of Origin

No Gal, not a worry for Blues, says Bird

Greg Bird

Glenn Jackson AS NSW approach their first match without Paul Gallen since 2010, his fellow enforcer Greg Bird says the Blues have enough motivation to consider in the Origin decider without trying to win for their...

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State of Origin

Awful truth: Blues rue another that got away

Glenn_Jackson

Glenn Jackson Another missed opportunity, on a night of many. Queensland's streak withstood a streaker - but also enormous pressure from NSW, who once again put themselves in a position to end the Maroons'...

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League

From trying times to try time, Stewart shines

Brett Stewart

Glenn Jackson It is not every day you get to surpass an Immortal. But Manly fullback Brett Stewart, in passing Bob Fulton as Manly's second all-time highest try-scorer, has done so.

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Confident Manly keep the faith before ASADA interviews over supplements

Sea Eagles

Glenn Jackson As their officials and players prepare to be quizzed by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority, Manly are maintaining their confidence in the programs that led to their staff having to front the...

League

Manly players put on happy face before ASADA interviews

Anthony Watmough

Glenn Jackson If Manly were bothered by their links to the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority investigation, they were not showing it on Wednesday.

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League

Stewart finds form at right time to help Eagles soar

GOSFORD, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 11:  Anthony Watmough of Manly walks off injured during the round 22 NRL match between the Manly Sea Eagles and the New Zealand Warriors at Bluetongue Stadium on August 11, 2013 in Gosford, Australia.  (Photo by Tony Feder/Getty Images)

Glenn Jackson The last time Glenn Stewart approached a match against South Sydney, he was returning to his side after a knee injury; unfit and unsure about what lay ahead.

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League

Taufua tackle under microscope as committee reflects on Toovey's tirade

Glenn Jackson Manly coach Geoff Toovey's war on officialdom could intensify as the NRL match review committee is set to scrutinise a tackle by Sea Eagles winger Jorge Taufua on South Sydney hooker Issac Luke.

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League

Watmough puts hand up, knee in for Manly's cause

Anthony Watmough

Glenn Jackson Manly's top-four position was all but sealed by a player who probably shouldn't have even been out there.

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League

Depleted Sea Eagles see off late Raiders rally

David Williams

Glenn Jackson Andrew Dunemann’s first outing as a head coach was largely a disappointing one; Canberra were simply outclassed by a better side.

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League

Snowden gone for season after pleading guilty to shoulder charge

ray thompson

Glenn Jackson Kade Snowden's NRL season is over after the Newcastle prop accepted a seven-match ban for the shoulder charge that left North Queensland hooker Ray Thompson with a broken jaw.

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Rugby League

Manly in Storm warning

Caught: Manly's George Rose is tackled but the Sea Eagles still had too many guns for the Storm.

Glenn Jackson Sea Eagles leave it late to claim a major scalp but pick off Storm.

League

Sea Eagles cruise to victory in battle of Brookvale

Williams

Glenn Jackson Manly have left it late to claim a major scalp. But their timing is as good as their execution was on Saturday night.

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Don't sleep on Napa: Roosters' hitman is taking scalps and turning heads

Dylan Napa

Glenn Jackson What do you get when you cross Paul Gallen, James Graham and Sam Burgess?

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League

Flat Manly know they must improve for finals bid

Daly Cherry-Evans

Glenn Jackson Having produced what coach Geoff Toovey described as a ''flat'' final-round performance against Penrith, Manly captain Jamie Lyon conceded that the Sea Eagles would need significant improvement to...

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League

Sea Eagles ready for physical examination

Anthony Watmough

Glenn Jackson and Michael Chammas Manly coach Geoff Toovey is expecting Friday night's elimination semi-final against Cronulla to be every bit as physical as the Sea Eagles' brutal clash with Sydney Roosters.

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League

This final four is a dream coming true for promoters

Greg Inglis

Glenn Jackson The NRL faces a scenario where it hardly matters who loses; they still win. Whichever way they look from here on in, they will be blessed with promotional dreams on both the penultimate weekend and...

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League

Skipper shrugs off suggestions it's last chance time for Manly

Jamie Lyon

Glenn Jackson South Sydney have not won a premiership since 1971, but try telling their opponents on Friday night that the Rabbitohs will be more desperate to win than they are.

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