Greg Prichard

Greg Prichard

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

Luke not missed but coach extends olive branch

Greg Prichard Michael Maguire has pulled the right rein much more often than he has pulled the wrong one in his first season as South Sydney coach.

In his new position, Inglis remains Storm's No.1 priority

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Greg Prichard 1. Can Greg Inglis do a job on his old club?

I told you so: Hasler plays the underdog

Des Hasler

Greg Prichard MELBOURNE and Manly have the best records of any of the finals teams against fellow top-eight sides, which goes some way to supporting the opinions of bookmakers that they should be shorter in...

Will Sea Eagles fans dare to travel?

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Greg Prichard Any chance of Manly fans turning up in numbers for their team's semi-final against North Queensland at Allianz Stadium on Friday? The Sea Eagles need their support.

Raiders' resurgence provides fans a dash of the Green Machine's glory days

Josh Dugan

Greg Prichard There is something about Canberra that makes you love them when they are on fire.

Crocker worthy of run with Souths greats

the sydney roosters vs the south sydney rabbiths at allianz stadium Michael Crocker tries to motivate southsphotography brendan espositosmh,16th july 2012

Greg Prichard SOUTH Sydney great Bob McCarthy paid Michael Crocker the ultimate compliment on the eve of the Rabbitohs co-captain's 200th first-grade game by declaring he would have made the club's great...

Weekend talking points

Time to blow whistle on referees' bosses

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Greg Prichard The ARL Commission has got to blow up the refereeing department at the end of the season and start again.

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Force is with Luke after discipline wake-up call, says Fenech

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Greg Prichard SOUTH SYDNEY great Mario Fenech says Issac Luke has learnt the lesson he needed to learn if he is to become a great Rabbitohs player.

Greenberg won't hold back lofty ambitions

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Greg Prichard Canterbury are making plans to parlay their success on the field this season into something huge off it.

Try-scoring Cooper the leader of the packs

Greg Prichard Take a look at the important bits and pieces from the NRL finals action so far.

League

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Sandow loses chance to find form as injury ends cup role

Greg Prichard CHRIS SANDOW has been spared the embarrassment of having to play for Parramatta's feeder team, Wentworthville, in the NSW Cup this weekend after being ruled out because of a shoulder injury.

Rigours of Origin threaten to take toll on Storm-Broncos blockbuster

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Greg Prichard THE timing of potentially the biggest NRL game of the season - Melbourne versus Brisbane - just two days after State of Origin I is an example of hideous scheduling that could see a blockbuster game...

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League

Greg Prichard's Power Rankings

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Greg Prichard Last week's position in brackets.

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Gallen cops it again as Souths star lashes out

Paul Gallen

Greg Prichard AFTER being injured and placed on report in the loss to South Sydney on Monday night, Cronulla captain Paul Gallen again found himself in the firing line yesterday, when Rabbitohs star and fellow...

Parra keep faith with slow starter Sandow

Parramatta Eels v Canterbury Bulldogs, round 9 2012, Picture: Chris De JongChris Sandow on the bench

Greg Prichard EELS coach Stephen Kearney and his main playmaker, Chris Sandow, are still breaking new ground in their working relationship.

Inglis joins team to help indigenous youngsters score in academia

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Greg Prichard Greg Inglis says there is a surefire way to prevent the growing hype surrounding his South Sydney team from bringing it undone.

Maguire keeps quiet on premiership charge, so it's left for Bennett to praise Souths' title form

Sam Burgess

Greg Prichard South Sydney coach Michael Maguire would not admit to it if the Rabbitohs won the competition.

Rugby league

Falling stars: Origin exertions still taking toll on top players

Cameron Smith of the Storm

Greg Prichard MELBOURNE coach Craig Bellamy has warned the effect of State of Origin on star players isn't going to suddenly disappear just because the series is over.

Scrap to start at halfback is still on at Souths, says Maguire

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Greg Prichard SOUTH SYDNEY coach Michael Maguire says the battle for the halfback spot to start the premiership is not over yet, despite Adam Reynolds having been named there for Saturday night's trial game...