Greg Prichard

Greg Prichard

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

Dessie's Dogs make it a dozen as Tigers hang by a thread

Ennis

Greg Prichard WESTS Tigers' coach Tim Sheens said on the eve of the eve of last night's game that Canterbury weren't unbeatable, and in a way he was proved right - even though his team lost.

Time for Tigers, Sheens to go in different ways

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Greg Prichard 1 One of the things proved by the sorry exit of Wests Tigers over the last two rounds - apart from the fact they weren't up to it this year and the team and coach Tim Sheens have been together too...

Numero uno: Mortimer at fullback for Dogs clash

Daniel Mortimer

Greg Prichard DANIEL MORTIMER has been named at fullback for Sydney Roosters in their opening trial game against Canterbury at Belmore Sports Ground on Sunday but that is just the first of a number of positions he...

Tigers vow to seize chance to deliver Ellis a premiership

Gareth Ellis

Greg Prichard THE news that this will be the last season for Gareth Ellis at Wests Tigers has rammed home to his teammates that this season may represent the best chance they will ever have to win the premiership.

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Analysis

They may not be at their best but stars still shine

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Greg Prichard Where do you begin with an incredible game like that? The only place is at the end, when the players whose responsibility it is to make the difference want the ball in their hands.

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Sheens keeps the faith as Tedesco's debut ends in tears

James Tedesco

Greg Prichard THERE will be a mountain of good wishes for rookie Wests Tigers fullback James Tedesco after his heartbreaking injury yesterday but, to reconcile himself with what has happened, he is best advised to...

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Tigers left stunned as Inglis wobbler crowns comeback

Tim Sheens

Greg Prichard When you see Tim Sheens looking haunted after his Wests Tigers team had gone to bank a win only to lose the two points somewhere between the entrance and the counter, you are motivated to ask - why...

Weekend analysis

Todd looks good for his first Blues jersey but really he needs to be great

Todd Carney

Greg Prichard TODD Carney might think he's ready for State of Origin, but in reality he isn't. Not yet.

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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.

Farah puts up hand for Origin

Greg Prichard Robbie Farah has banged down the door to the hooking job in a NSW side that desperately needs the match-winning qualities of in-form players like him if it is going to have any chance of ending...

Houdini routine shows Farah has what it takes to be Origin hooker

Robbie Farah

Greg Prichard ROBBIE FARAH has banged down the door to the hooking job in a NSW side that desperately needs the match-winning qualities of in-form players like him if it is to have any chance of ending...

No butts, NRL restates concussion guidelines

Benji Marshall

Greg Prichard THE NRL's chief medical officer, Ron Muratore, says Wests Tigers superstar Benji Marshall should have been taken off the field for assessment rather than being allowed to play on after being stunned...