Glenn Jackson

Glenn Jackson

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

Glenn Jackson

Clubs restack from backs to their packs

Sonny Bill Williams

Glenn Jackson PREMIERSHIP teams are bred not bought, or so the saying went the last time Sydney Roosters went on such a spree.

Weathering the Storm: Bulldogs plan around Melbourne's triumvirate of power for an uphill battle without Barba

Slater

Glenn Jackson Melbourne don't lose very often. But even rarer are occasions when the Storm lose with Cooper Cronk, Billy Slater and Cameron Smith all in the team.

Rugby League

Dugan acts to help save his career after tirade

Dugan

Glenn Jackson Josh Dugan will hold separate meetings on Tuesday with the NRL's salary cap auditor and the administration's welfare staff as he attempts to save his career.

League

NRL brings in change to charge definition

Ashley Harrison

Glenn Jackson, Lee Gaskin Fresh from their decision to alter obstruction interpretations, the NRL is now set to make changes to the policing of shoulder charges in time for round five.

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

Carney's Cronulla circling for Fergo raid

Todd Carney and Blake Ferguson

Glenn Jackson, Brad Walter Blake Ferguson did not attend Canberra's match against Manly on Sunday due to a family matter and received permission to do so from Raiders chief executive Don Furner.

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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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Happy habit of beating the best leaves Furner flapping for answer

David Furner

Glenn Jackson COACHES are generally prepared for any question. Canberra coach David Furner, under pressure at various times this season, is no different. But one question yesterday had him scrambling.

Finishing first not the be-all and end-all, says Reynolds

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Michael Chammas, Glenn Jackson Having squandered their chance to wrap up the minor premiership, Bulldogs five-eighth Josh Reynolds insists his side has placed no importance on finishing the regular season in first spot.

It's on for young and old, but niggle won't cause everyone to giggle

Paul Gallen

Glenn Jackson FOR all the brilliance of the first weekend of the finals, was there any more fascinating moment than a young Canberra upstart getting under the skin of one of the best forwards in the game?

League

Taylor can handle Papalii: Burgess

12TH SEPTEMBER- 2012 -SPORT -STORY CHRIS DUTTON - THE CANBERRA TIMES- PHOTO BY MELISSA ADAMS.
Raiders training at Raiders HQ, Bruce ahead of there clash with the Rabbitohs this weekend. Raiders player Josh Papalii.

Glenn Jackson, Chris Barrett He stuck it to New South Wales captain Paul Gallen, and now Raiders enforcer Josh Papalii has South Sydney's Dave Taylor in his sights.

Battle with Papalii is Taylor-made for big man

Josh Papalii

Glenn Jackson, Chris Barrett DESPITE the clear size advantage, the impending battle between Josh Papalii and Dave Taylor appears a mismatch; a player who got under the skin of Paul Gallen against the player who appeared to lose...

League

Where it all began for master coaches

Coach Michael Maguire <right> during South Sydney Rabbitohs rugby league training at Redfern Oval. Sun Herald Sport. 02 March 2012. Photo by Simon Alekna

Glenn Jackson In round 17, 1992, a close but seemingly unremarkable game was played at the then named Bruce Stadium - a 15-14 win to Manly over Canberra, clinched by a Matthew Ridge field goal.

Coach factory: how a game in Canberra set up the future

Des Hasker at Leichardt Oval 1993

Glenn Jackson IN ROUND 17, 1992, a close but seemingly unremarkable game was played at the then named Bruce Stadium; a 15-14 win to Manly over Canberra, clinched by a Matthew Ridge field goal.

Wighton beats suspension to make debut

Raiders player Jack Wighton trains yesterday. Wighton is free to make his NRL debut against the Titans this Saturday after having his high tackle charge downgraded at the judiciary on Wednesday night.

Glenn Jackson Players jump over many hurdles to make their NRL debut, but a judiciary hearing is rarely one of them.

Terry towels up stuttering Tigers as Raiding party rules the west

Raiders v Tigers

Glenn Jackson One group of men hunched, huffing and broken; the other quick and eager. Canberra came for a match few expected them to win. Clearly they were some of the few to believe, however.