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Fed-up  Wests Tigers coach Tim Sheens has thrown down an unlikely challenge to Western Suburbs veteran Tommy Raudonikis, naming the outspoken 62-year-old in his side for the aptly named Heritage round clash against Souths. And Raudonikis has accepted the jersey in what could go down in the history books as one of the greatest ever sporting comebacks.…

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Manly’s shareholders and club executives have dug deep into their own pockets to retain gun half-back Daly Cherry-Evans, The Public Apology can confirm. Last week Cherry-Evans’ manager Gavin Orr had requested the 23-year-old be released from his current contract, which sees the player on a $85,000 base salary for this season. The scare forced Manly CEO David Perry and shareholders into a…

Read More Manly Faithful Fork Out To Keep Cherry-Evans

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Three players from the Wests Tigers have donned their aprons to cook up a feast for the six homeless people that live in the Bondi/Rose Bay area. Near unknowns Blake Ayshford, Jacob Miller and Tom Humble teamed up with MasterChef winner Julie Goodwin in the kitchen for charity partners the Exodus Foundation last week in…

Read More Tigers flex culinary muscles in Bondi

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The simmering feud between NRL boss David Gallop and Manly fullback Brett Stewart shows no signs of relenting, with both parties shunning the very thought of a public apology. And now a most unlikely figure has thrown his weight behind the inane Mexican standoff – former Prime Minister and staunch anti-apologist John Howard. The Public…

Read More Former PM John Howard backs Gallop-Stewart feud