Greg Prichard

Greg Prichard

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

The writer, his Brookie and the man who made Sea Eagles soar

Greg Prichard Renowned author and Manly tragic Thomas Keneally says he hopes Des Hasler gets the respect he deserves when he returns to Brookvale Oval for the first time since his acrimonious split with Manly at...

Curse of the Eels points to Manly win

Parramatta eels

Greg Prichard PARRAMATTA are the most dangerous team in the competition - the week after you play them. And if the curse of the Eels continues at Brookvale Oval on Friday night, Manly will beat their old coach Des...

Sharks still in the dark over Lewis

Shane Flanagan

Greg Prichard Cronulla coach Shane Flanagan said last night that, as far as he was aware, Luke Lewis still hadn't made a decision on which club he would play for next season.

Rugby league

Broncos peg title hopes to Griffin with long-term deal

Anthony Griffin

Greg Prichard IDEALLY, Anthony Griffin would like to spend the rest of his coaching days in charge of Brisbane, but the realist in him won't let him consider that possibility - even at a club whose first coach was...

League

Kearney to leave Parramatta

Stephen Kearney

Greg Prichard Stephen Kearney's time as Parramatta coach is over. Fairfax has been told that at a meeting between Kearney and club officials yesterday it was decided Kearney would not see out his time at the club.

League

Eels left with no choice but to sack under-performing Kearney

Members night at Parramatta Leagues Club where members can question the officials. 
Friday, February 2 2011.
SHD;Sport;Pictures by Steve Lunam/sjl


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Greg Prichard Even at a club that was desperate to appear stable by not getting rid of another coach ahead of time, Stephen Kearney finally had to go.

Patient board finally forced to push Kearney out

Stephen Kearney

Greg Prichard EVEN at a club that was desperate to appear stable by not getting rid of another coach ahead of time, Stephen Kearney finally had to go.

Broncos wary of fullback threat

Billy Slater

Greg Prichard THE first thing Brisbane need to do against Melbourne tonight is avoid being carved up by a fullback - again.

The spectacular is child's play for Inu

Krisnan Inu

Greg Prichard BACK when he was a kid, playing with his mates in the backyard or on the street, Krisnan Inu would attempt to win the muckaround game by doing something freaky, whether it was scoring a try or...

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.

Rugby league

Daley promises he will make Blues fans proud

Greg Prichard Laurie Daley can't guarantee NSW will win next year's State of Origin series, but when asked what he could guarantee long-suffering Blues fans after being appointed the team's new coach yesterday, he...

Rugby league

No guarantees - but Daley says NSW can break hoodoo

Laurie Daley

Greg Prichard LAURIE DALEY can't guarantee NSW will win next year's State of Origin series, but when asked what he could guarantee long-suffering Blues fans after being appointed the team's new coach yesterday, he...

Rugby League

Elation greets $1bn television rights contract

NRL TV rights

Josh Rakic and Greg Prichard, Sydney Leading NRL players and officials warmly welcome news of a $1.025 billion television deal.

Rugby League

Players and officials laud 'great result for the game'

Mitchell Pearce

Greg Prichard, Josh Rakic THE game's leading players and officials have warmly welcomed the news of a $1.025 billion television deal, describing it as a massive boost that will considerably strengthen rugby league's position...

Bone of contention: Farah wants to play finals

Robbie Farah

Greg Prichard WESTS TIGERS captain Robbie Farah says he will play in the first week of the finals series if his team make it, despite the fact he would only be halfway through the healing process from a broken...

League

Dogs rubbish talk of losing being a positive

Greg Prichard In a warning shot to the Raiders ahead of tomorrow's season-defining clash at Canberra Stadium, Bulldogs players are adamant they would not be better off losing a game going into the finals.

Bulldogs brush off talk about needing to lose

Krisnan Inu

Greg Prichard CANTERBURY players are adamant they are not scared of flying in the face of popular opinion that says they would be better off losing a game going into the finals.

Daley turns to Stuart in first step on Origin quest

Laurie Daley

Greg Prichard NEWLY-appointed NSW coach Laurie Daley will meet with his predecessor, Ricky Stuart, tomorrow to kick-start his planning for next year's State of Origin campaign.

Pipped Tigers eye another run right into finals: Galloway

Wests Tigers

Greg Prichard WESTS TIGERS players believe the team's performance in forcing competition leaders Canterbury into extra time before losing to a field goal proves they can win the premiership if they can make the...

Mini case to change charges: ARLC

Greg Prichard The ARLC has moved to ensure players who are involved in incidents similar to the one in which Anthony Minichiello was this week charged with striking are in future charged with dangerous contact.