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Adrian Proszenko is the Chief Rugby League Reporter for the Sydney Morning Herald.

Teenager Dylan Brown impresses for Eels in  trial loss to Canberra

Teenager Dylan Brown impresses for Eels in trial loss to Canberra

Eels fans got their first glimpse of rookie playmaker Dylan Brown in Friday night's trial against Canberra. They liked what they saw.

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Kings get chance to make mark before finals frenzy

Kings get chance to make mark before finals frenzy

It may be a regular-season match against the bottom side, but there is plenty at stake for Sydney ahead of the NBL playoffs.

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NRL considers sidelining clubs from process of punishing players

NRL considers sidelining clubs from process of punishing players

The days of clubs having the first right to punish misbehaving players could soon be coming to an end.

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Grand final hero Keary in doubt for World Club Challenge

Grand final hero Keary in doubt for World Club Challenge

Keary's injury could catapult rookie playmaker Lachlan Lam into the Roosters' side for the first time.

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NRL players should stand down if accused of serious crimes: Lumby

NRL players should stand down if accused of serious crimes: Lumby

The Jack de Belin sexual assault case has raised fresh questions about whether players should be sidelined when facing serious police allegations.

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Meninga headhunted to chair new coaches' union

Meninga headhunted to chair new coaches' union

Mal Meninga is already a genuine league powerbroker, but could soon become more influential as head of the new NRL coaches' union.

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Leave it to Bieber: Giants, Swifts stoked with new home

Leave it to Bieber: Giants, Swifts stoked with new home

NSW Swifts midcourter Maddy Proud has described netball's new home in Sydney as a "dream come true" and a "game-changer" for the sport.

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Suspending Napa would only encourage blackmailers: Players' union

Suspending Napa would only encourage blackmailers: Players' union

The RLPA has implored the NRL not to sideline Napa, warning the punishment could increase the chances of illegal sharing of private videos.

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England remains an option if Flanagan's NRL deregistration stands

England remains an option if Flanagan's NRL deregistration stands

The Super League could offer former Cronulla coach Shane Flanagan a lifeline during his NRL ban.

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Tszyu eyes US, possibly Mundine, after another stunning knockout

Tszyu eyes US, possibly Mundine, after another stunning knockout

There isn't much left on the local scene for Tim Tszyu to conquer, but don't discount a bout against ageing warrior Anthony Mundine.

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'The ball is in his court': Gallen says he's not stalling SBW fight

'The ball is in his court': Gallen says he's not stalling SBW fight

If the fight against Sonny Bill Williams never eventuates, it's not from a lack of trying from Paul Gallen.

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