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Roy Ward is a Sports writer for The Age.

Will Genia breaks arm in second test, will miss Irish series decider
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Will Genia breaks arm in second test, will miss Irish series decider

Wallabies and Rebels star Will Genia faces more time on the sidelines after breaking his arm in the second Test against Ireland.

  • by Roy Ward

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Melbourne Vixens upset West Coast Fever, keep finals hopes strong

Melbourne Vixens upset West Coast Fever, keep finals hopes strong

The Vixens tested out their title hopes against early leaders West Coast Fever on Saturday and came away with a big win.

  • by Roy Ward
Life of Ryley: Fitting in between Smith and Munster

Life of Ryley: Fitting in between Smith and Munster

There is arguably no two playmakers more different than Cameron Smith and Cameron Munster in the rugby league world.

  • by Roy Ward
Adam Coleman embraces "no excuses" mantra as Wallabies chase Irish win

Adam Coleman embraces "no excuses" mantra as Wallabies chase Irish win

A younger Adam Coleman would find himself "derailed" but in-game setbacks, now he rises above it.

  • by Roy Ward
Storm sit Slater out for Knights game, but say he'll be fit for Origin

Storm sit Slater out for Knights game, but say he'll be fit for Origin

Billy Slater won't be risked against Newcastle Knights this weekend but the Storm say he will be fit for State of Origin.

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Craig Bellamy asks for patience from Storm, Broncos

Craig Bellamy asks for patience from Storm, Broncos

Craig Bellamy has yet to decide on his coaching future and has asked the Storm and Brisbane Broncos to give him a little longer to make up his mind.

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Wessels chokes up as he recalls power of 1995 World Cup

Wessels chokes up as he recalls power of 1995 World Cup

Melbourne coach Dave Wessels made an emotional address at a Rebels lunch, recalling how he fell in love with rugby.

  • by Georgina Robinson, Tom Decent & Roy Ward
Brandon Paenga-Amosa reveals the sight that brought tears to his eyes

Brandon Paenga-Amosa reveals the sight that brought tears to his eyes

Brandon Paenga-Amosa isn't afraid to show his softer side and he talks about his emotional Test debut.

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Victorian rugby star Pete Samu never saw Wallabies coming

Victorian rugby star Pete Samu never saw Wallabies coming

Pete Samu started his rugby journey with Moorabbin and after almost a decade away from home could play for the Wallabies at AAMI Park on Saturday night.

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United can retain star imports despite new signings

United can retain star imports despite new signings

Melbourne coach Dean Vickerman says his club can retain Casper Ware, Casey Prather and Josh Boone but are allowing their stars to chase their NBA dreams.

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Storm prop Jesse Bromwich out 4-6 weeks as Slater named to return

Storm prop Jesse Bromwich out 4-6 weeks as Slater named to return

The Storm's forward pack faces its biggest test of the season with star prop Jesse Bromwich out for four to six weeks after a hamstring tear.

  • by Roy Ward