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Adam Pengilly is a Sports reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald.

Fittler fears standalone impact, backs Bennett's Origin window

Fittler fears standalone impact, backs Bennett's Origin window

Brad Fittler has voiced his opposition to the standalone State of Origin concept, warning it could dilute the quality of the game's most watched spectacle.

  • by Adam Pengilly

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James and Prior in duel for spot as Maloney declares himself 'sweet'

James and Prior in duel for spot as Maloney declares himself 'sweet'

Ryan James and Matt Prior will wage a straight shootout to be Brad Fittler's 12th NSW debutant this series.

  • by Adam Pengilly
New Zealand, England to fly players' union rep to Denver

New Zealand, England to fly players' union rep to Denver

The competing nations have asked the RLPA's general manager of stakeholder relations Clint Newton to travel to Colorado.

  • by Adam Pengilly
Crichton on red alert as explosive Inglis goes from friend to foe

Crichton on red alert as explosive Inglis goes from friend to foe

Angus Crichton said it would be the stuff of dreams to seal a State of Origin series at ANZ Stadium, but there's one man standing in NSW's way.

  • by Adam Pengilly
Nightingale determined to put team first as he considers his future

Nightingale determined to put team first as he considers his future

Jason Nightingale doesn't want a decision over his future to become a distraction for the title-chasing Dragons as he embraces a new bench utility role.

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NRL on track to smash $45 million surplus, opens up books

NRL on track to smash $45 million surplus, opens up books

The NRL is on track to achieve a projected $45 million surplus in the first year of its $1.8 billion five-year broadcast cycle after opening up its books.

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Robert bags four tries as Rabbitohs run amok in battle of brothers

Robert bags four tries as Rabbitohs run amok in battle of brothers

The Jennings and Burgess brothers played like they were in the backyard again. And the big brother outmuscled little brother in a battle of the top and bottom.

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Dragons taking no risks with Denver duo Widdop and Graham

Dragons taking no risks with Denver duo Widdop and Graham

St George Illawarra will send its strength and conditioning guru as a chaperone for potential England stars Gareth Widdop and James Graham for the Denver Test.

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Dragons survive Bulldogs scare to return to top of NRL ladder

Dragons survive Bulldogs scare to return to top of NRL ladder

An unconvincing St George Illawarra dodged a post-State of Origin hangover and scrambled back to the top of the ladder after surviving scare from the Bulldogs.

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Bellamy beats Broncos, but will he now join them?

Bellamy beats Broncos, but will he now join them?

It's the multi-million dollar question that Craig Bellamy is tipped to answer in a matter of days.

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Dragons Origin stars to back up, Graham ready to fire against old club

Dragons Origin stars to back up, Graham ready to fire against old club

Paul McGregor fears he won't have a better chance this year to back up his State of Origin quartet than against the Bulldogs, whose season is on the line.

  • by Adam Pengilly