Greg Prichard

Greg Prichard

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

First among equals: Morris wants to take centre stage after stellar season

Josh Morris

Greg Prichard JOSH MORRIS believes he now deserves to be rated on the same level as the two centres he regards as the best in the game - Justin Hodges and Jamie Lyon.

League

Slow start comes back to bite the Dogs

Josh Reynolds and Kris Keating

Greg Prichard CANTERBURY were bitterly disappointed with the way they played in the first half of the grand final, saying they had contributed heavily to their own demise by making too many mistakes.

Dogs hear his master's voice before rolling over

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Greg Prichard Melbourne never let Canterbury into the grand final. They strangled them in the first half and stood firm in the face of a second-half comeback to rightfully claim the title.

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.

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...

Snowden may be odd prop out for Country

Kade Snowden

Greg Prichard KADE SNOWDEN played for NSW and Australia last year, but now he is in danger of missing out on the Country side for Sunday week's game against City in Mudgee.

The right stuff: Morris to move for Stuart's centre strategy

Josh Morris

Greg Prichard, Michael Chammas COUNTRY representative Josh Morris will be switched to right centre from his normal left at some stage of the game against City in Mudgee on Sunday, in a clear indication he is very close to...

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...

Power play: Blues prepared to pair Sims with Williams for extra impact

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Greg Prichard Don't be surprised if NSW go with a double whammy of second-row powerhouses off the bench in Tariq Sims and Tony Williams for Origin I against Queensland.

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Ricky gets personal to put Carney at ease

Todd Carney

Greg Prichard, Dominic Bossi TODD CARNEY said a lunchtime chat yesterday with NSW coach Ricky Stuart - in which they talked about life, rather than football - put him in the right frame of mind to begin making his mark on State...

League

Vintage Thurston showed his class when it really counted

Greg Prichard The biggest stage calls for the greatest players to show what makes them so good under the most extreme pressure. Enter Johnathan Thurston.

Five things we learnt from last night's match

Greg Inglis

Greg Prichard This game can be an absolute heartbreaker.

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Thurston weaves magic to put rivals under his spell

Thurston

Greg Prichard The biggest stage calls for the greatest players to show what makes them so good under the most extreme pressure. Enter Johnathan Thurston.

Ellis looks for a dream ending to his nightmare season

Gareth Ellis

Greg Prichard GARETH ELLIS will have to wait another week to make his comeback after more than three months out injured for Wests Tigers.