Greg Prichard

Greg Prichard

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

Sharks still in the dark over Lewis

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.

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...

Blues the biggest losers as certain selections face uncertain futures

Kurt Gidley

Greg Prichard Last night's game in Newcastle blew up in NSW coach Ricky Stuart's face, with injury ending the season for Blues regular Kurt Gidley, threatening the State of Origin comeback of veteran hooker Danny...

Penrith look on as Jennings plays for his future

Rugby League round 2 Roosters v Panthers at Allianz stadium Panthers Michael Jennings celebrates his try Sunday March 11th 2012.Pictures Steve Christo

Greg Prichard THE future of Penrith's highly paid centre, Michael Jennings, is set to be discussed at a club board meeting today.

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Cleary making his presence felt at foot of the mountains as his troops do the same to the premiers

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Greg Prichard Phil Gould, the boss of everything at Penrith, didn't bring Ivan Cleary to the club to place the cones at training and mix the Gatorade.

Lewis not sold on taking back Penrith captaincy

Luke Lewis.

Michael Chammas, Greg Prichard There is no guarantee Luke Lewis will accept the Penrith captaincy back once his State of Origin commitments with NSW are over.

Talking points

Sharks star has to show he's back to brilliant best

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Greg Prichard Tonight's game between Parramatta and Cronulla will give NSW a good idea of their chances against Queensland in State of Origin II.

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Lewis wants to lead again, but Penrith captaincy can take back seat if needed

Luke Lewis

Greg Prichard LUKE LEWIS has decided he wants the Penrith captaincy back when the State of Origin series is over - but won't have any problem if Kevin Kingston remains in charge.

Pick a club, talk about cash later, Lewis told

Luke Lewis

Greg Prichard and Sam Hall THE manager of Luke Lewis has instructed the NSW and Australian forward to decide which clubs he would be interested in playing for as the process to find the representative star a new home speeds up.

League

Lewis on cusp of deciding new club

Penrith Panthers Executive General Manger Rugby League Phil Gould and Panthers player Luke Lewis at the announcement that Lewis is leaving the club.

Greg Prichard A new deal for in-demand Penrith star Luke Lewis could be finalised by Wednesday, his manager Greg Willett says.

Lewis wants new club to help set up a life after football

Luke Lewis

Greg Prichard A NEW deal for in-demand Penrith star Luke Lewis could be finalised by Wednesday, says his manager Greg Willett.

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The penny drops: Jennings' pair of tries underlines potential for Penrith

Michael Jennings

Greg Prichard When your captain comes calling to talk some home truths, and he's one of the most respected players in the game and you have a reputation for letting yourself and your teammates down through a lack...