Greg Prichard

Greg Prichard

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

Souths left to count the cost as Burgess joins rehab ward

Greg Prichard THE Charity Shield game might have ripped a hole in South Sydney's forward pack, after prop Luke Burgess was forced out injured for three months, but Rabbitohs coach Michael Maguire says trial...

Clock ticking for Blues wannabes as squad takes shape

Brett Stewart

Greg Prichard INJURED stars Glenn Stewart, Josh Dugan and Brett Stewart need to get back on the field quickly if they are to have any chance of making the NSW side for State of Origin I against Queensland at...

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...

Long time coming, but big-game debut a chance to carve up troubled history, and the opposition

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Greg Prichard When would Todd Carney have made his State of Origin debut, had he not been his own worst enemy? Probably 2009.

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So little between the sides, but so much room to improve for game two

Greg Prichard The Blues are going to get better in this series, but so are Queensland. It's a matter of whether the Blues can fine-tune things enough to win in Sydney and create momentum going into a decider on...

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Harrigan backs refs to stay cool in battle

Bill Harrigan

Greg Prichard BILL HARRIGAN says he and fellow referees' boss Stuart Raper have not felt compelled to warn tonight's Origin whistle-blowers to ignore what has been reported in the media leading into the game or to...

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Farah's got what it takes, regardless of whether NSW can break drought

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Greg Prichard The great thing about rugby league is that it keeps offering second chances. If you keep working hard and hanging in there, you can get the opportunity to make up for past disappointments.

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Farah wasn't at risk, insists Blues doctor

Robbie Farah exits the Sofitel hotel in brisbane the day after New south wales lost to queensland in game 3 of the State of Origin game in Brisbane. 4th of July 2012. Photo: harrison Saragossi

Greg Prichard NSW team doctor Dave Givney last night angrily denied suggestions Blues hooker Robbie Farah was on the field when he should have been replaced after suffering a concussion in State of Origin III.