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Canberra Times
Ex-Canterbury Bulldogs forward Dale Finucane now part of furniture at MelbourneWhen Michael Ennis lined up Des Hasler a couple of months back, declaring that
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
When Michael Ennis lined up Des Hasler a couple of months back, declaring that the Canterbury coach's time was up, the feisty player-turned-pundit insisted he was not driven by bitterness over his own departure from Belmore. Instead, he said, where... Read more
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Canberra Times
Bulldogs gave Des Hasler complete control and his recruitment and retention let him downCook, Dale Finucane – they would all walk into Canterbury's side in round one n
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Cook, Dale Finucane – they would all walk into Canterbury's side in round one next year. The list goes on. Tim Lafai, Michael Ennis, Curtis Rona, Herman Ese'ese. The only decision you could defend in hindsight was releasing Trent Hodkinson to... Read more
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The North West Star
The reason Bulldogs had to sack Des HaslerCook, Dale Finucane - they would all walk into Canterbury's side in round one n
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
Cook, Dale Finucane - they would all walk into Canterbury's side in round one next year. The list goes on. Tim Lafai, Michael Ennis, Curtis Rona, Herman Ese'ese. The only decision you could defend in hindsight was releasing Trent Hodkinson to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bulldogs gave Des Hasler complete control and his recruitment and retention let him downCook, Dale Finucane – they would all walk into Canterbury's side in round one n
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Cook, Dale Finucane – they would all walk into Canterbury's side in round one next year. The list goes on. Tim Lafai, Michael Ennis, Curtis Rona, Herman Ese'ese. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. The only... Read more
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The Age
Bulldogs gave Des Hasler complete control and his recruitment and retention let him downCook, Dale Finucane – they would all walk into Canterbury's side in round one n
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Cook, Dale Finucane – they would all walk into Canterbury's side in round one next year. The list goes on. Tim Lafai, Michael Ennis, Curtis Rona, Herman Ese'ese. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. The only... Read more
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The North West Star
Ex-Bulldog now part of furniture in Melbournein two grand finals, but after three seasons in Melbourne the lock certainly ap
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
in two grand finals, but after three seasons in Melbourne the lock certainly appears like one that got away. When Michael Ennis lined up Des Hasler a couple of months back, declaring that the Canterbury coach's time was up, the feisty... Read more
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The Age
Ex-Canterbury Bulldogs forward Dale Finucane now part of furniture at MelbourneWhen Michael Ennis lined up Des Hasler a couple of months back, declaring that
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
When Michael Ennis lined up Des Hasler a couple of months back, declaring that the Canterbury coach's time was up, the feisty player-turned-pundit insisted he was not driven by bitterness over his own departure from Belmore. Instead, he said, where... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ex-Canterbury Bulldogs forward Dale Finucane now part of furniture at MelbourneWhen Michael Ennis lined up Des Hasler a couple of months back, declaring that
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
When Michael Ennis lined up Des Hasler a couple of months back, declaring that the Canterbury coach's time was up, the feisty player-turned-pundit insisted he was not driven by bitterness over his own departure from Belmore. Instead, he said, where... Read more
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Western Weekender
Panthers didn’t want it enoughgrade decider. When you look at recent premiership winning sides, a pattern st
Western Weekender / Posted 4 days ago
grade decider. When you look at recent premiership winning sides, a pattern starts to emerge. Last year, Paul Gallen, Michael Ennis and a number of other Cronulla players probably realised 2016 was their last chance to win a title. That... Read more
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Canberra Times
Dog days are over: The highs and lows of Des Hasler's coaching stint at Canterbury.international five-eighth, forged at Manly, was critical in attracting him to t
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
international five-eighth, forged at Manly, was critical in attracting him to the club for 2018 and beyond.The Lows Michael Ennis: Hasler's recruitment and retention has been heavily criticised and there was no greater blunder than letting... Read more
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The North West Star
Dog days are over: Hasler's highs and lows at Canterbury.New Zealand international five-eighth, forged at Manly, was critical in attract
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
New Zealand international five-eighth, forged at Manly, was critical in attracting him to the club for 2018 and beyond. Michael Ennis: Hasler's recruitment and retention has been heavily criticised and there was no greater blunder than letting... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Dog days are over: The highs and lows of Des Hasler's coaching stint at Canterbury.in attracting him to the club for 2018 and beyond. Get the latest news and upd
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
in attracting him to the club for 2018 and beyond. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. Michael Ennis: Hasler's recruitment and retention has been heavily criticised and there was no greater blunder than letting... Read more
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The Age
Dog days are over: The highs and lows of Des Hasler's coaching stint at Canterbury.in attracting him to the club for 2018 and beyond. Get the latest news and upd
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
in attracting him to the club for 2018 and beyond. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. Michael Ennis: Hasler's recruitment and retention has been heavily criticised and there was no greater blunder than letting... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Freddy lets slip: Robbo’s massive Morgan callLinnett and that are doing a great job, but they’re not that super fast so you’
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 7 days ago
Linnett and that are doing a great job, but they’re not that super fast so you’ve got to somehow find them out.” NRL: Michael Ennis has some serious advice for the Sydney Roosters ahead of their final against the North Queensland... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Freddy lets slip: Robbo’s massive Morgan callLinnett and that are doing a great job, but they’re not that super fast so you’
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Linnett and that are doing a great job, but they’re not that super fast so you’ve got to somehow find them out.” NRL: Michael Ennis has some serious advice for the Sydney Roosters ahead of their final against the North Queensland... Read more
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News.com.au
Freddy lets slip: Robbo’s massive Morgan callLinnett and that are doing a great job, but they’re not that super fast so you’
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
Linnett and that are doing a great job, but they’re not that super fast so you’ve got to somehow find them out.” NRL: Michael Ennis has some serious advice for the Sydney Roosters ahead of their final against the North Queensland... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Freddy lets slip: Robbo’s massive Morgan callLinnett and that are doing a great job, but they’re not that super fast so you’
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
Linnett and that are doing a great job, but they’re not that super fast so you’ve got to somehow find them out.” NRL: Michael Ennis has some serious advice for the Sydney Roosters ahead of their final against the North Queensland... Read more
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Canberra Times
Did the referees make the right call? Safety first denies certain Panthers trywas no knock-on that occurred. The Brisbane player made the knock-on so it shou
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
was no knock-on that occurred. The Brisbane player made the knock-on so it should have been play on." Former Sharks hooker Michael Ennis said he agreed with Gasnier to a certain degree but could understand why the referees stopped play. "I know... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Controversy as Oates KO’d in sickening collisionthat kind of collision, but it is play on (under the rules of the game),” Gasni
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
that kind of collision, but it is play on (under the rules of the game),” Gasnier noted. Fellow Fox League panellist Michael Ennis disagreed with Gasnier. “Taking aside the letter of the law, I liked it (the stoppage). Just the sound that... Read more
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The Age
Did the referees make the right call? Safety first denies certain Panthers trywas no knock-on that occurred. The Brisbane player made the knock-on so it shou
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
was no knock-on that occurred. The Brisbane player made the knock-on so it should have been play on." Former Sharks hooker Michael Ennis said he agreed with Gasnier to a certain degree but could understand why the referees stopped play. "I know... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Did the referees make the right call? Safety first denies certain Panthers trywas no knock-on that occurred. The Brisbane player made the knock-on so it shou
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
was no knock-on that occurred. The Brisbane player made the knock-on so it should have been play on." Former Sharks hooker Michael Ennis said he agreed with Gasnier to a certain degree but could understand why the referees stopped play. "I know... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Controversy as Oates KO’d in sickening collisionthat kind of collision, but it is play on (under the rules of the game),” Gasni
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
that kind of collision, but it is play on (under the rules of the game),” Gasnier noted. Fellow Fox League panellist Michael Ennis disagreed with Gasnier. “Taking aside the letter of the law, I liked it (the stoppage). Just the sound that... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Dirty secret Sharks don’t want us to knowtimes. Manly (856) and Penrith (913) were the two worst offenders in this depar
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 13 days ago
times. Manly (856) and Penrith (913) were the two worst offenders in this department. Losing fullback Ben Barba and hooker Michael Ennis from last year’s grand final winning team meant Cronulla’s potency with ball in hand was going to be tested,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Dirty secret Sharks don’t want us to knowtimes. Manly (856) and Penrith (913) were the two worst offenders in this depar
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 days ago
times. Manly (856) and Penrith (913) were the two worst offenders in this department. Losing fullback Ben Barba and hooker Michael Ennis from last year’s grand final winning team meant Cronulla’s potency with ball in hand was going to be tested,... Read more
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News.com.au
Footy whingers’ dirty little secretWITH BALL IN HAND The Sharks’ attack was clunky for much of 2017.Source:AAP L
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
WITH BALL IN HAND The Sharks’ attack was clunky for much of 2017.Source:AAP Losing fullback Ben Barba and hooker Michael Ennis from last year’s grand final winning team meant Cronulla’s potency with ball in hand was going to be tested,... Read more
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The North West Star
Five burning questions: Cronulla Sharks v North Queensland Cowboystheir past five leading into the finals, including a 26-16 defeat at the hands
The North West Star / Posted 16 days ago
their past five leading into the finals, including a 26-16 defeat at the hands of Cronulla. How much will the Sharks miss Michael Ennis? It's taken some work to replace the retired Sharks hooker, who has moved into a television role since leaving... Read more
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The Age
Cronulla Sharks v North Queensland Cowboys: Five burning questionstheir past five leading into the finals, including a 26-16 defeat at the hands
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
their past five leading into the finals, including a 26-16 defeat at the hands of Cronulla. How much will the Sharks miss Michael Ennis? It's taken some work to replace the retired Sharks hooker, who has moved into a television role since leaving... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cronulla Sharks v North Queensland Cowboys: Five burning questionstheir past five leading into the finals, including a 26-16 defeat at the hands
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
their past five leading into the finals, including a 26-16 defeat at the hands of Cronulla. How much will the Sharks miss Michael Ennis? It's taken some work to replace the retired Sharks hooker, who has moved into a television role since leaving... Read more
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NZCity
Sharks can go back-to-back, says EnnisThey may have spluttered into the NRL finals but Michael Ennis predicts Cronull
NZCity / Posted 17 days ago
They may have spluttered into the NRL finals but Michael Ennis predicts Cronulla are about to find another gear and are poised to pull off a premiership boilover. The Sharks must do it the hard way if they're to be the first team in 24 years to win... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Ironic hypocrisy in gruesome NRL dogfightBulldogs. It’s a massive loss for Canterbury. “I don’t know where the Bulldogs
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 18 days ago
Bulldogs. It’s a massive loss for Canterbury. “I don’t know where the Bulldogs go next to be honest. To lose a leader like Michael Ennis (after the 2014 season) then a leader like James Graham is a huge loss.” Poor salary cap management meant the... Read more
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News.com.au
Ironic hypocrisy in gruesome NRL dogfightBulldogs. It’s a massive loss for Canterbury. “I don’t know where the Bulldogs
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
Bulldogs. It’s a massive loss for Canterbury. “I don’t know where the Bulldogs go next to be honest. To lose a leader like Michael Ennis (after the 2014 season) then a leader like James Graham is a huge loss.” Poor salary cap management meant the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Ironic hypocrisy in gruesome NRL dogfightBulldogs. It’s a massive loss for Canterbury. “I don’t know where the Bulldogs
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 days ago
Bulldogs. It’s a massive loss for Canterbury. “I don’t know where the Bulldogs go next to be honest. To lose a leader like Michael Ennis (after the 2014 season) then a leader like James Graham is a huge loss.” Poor salary cap management meant the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Why Benji can kick Roosters to the curbFORMER Brisbane hooker Michael Ennis says Benji Marshall will provide the Bronc
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 days ago
FORMER Brisbane hooker Michael Ennis says Benji Marshall will provide the Broncos with much-needed composure when he slots in at halfback in their NRL qualifying final. Marshall has been parachuted into the starting side to play Sydney Roosters on... Read more
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News.com.au
Why Benji can kick Roosters to the curbsession on September 5, 2017 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/
News.com.au / Posted 19 days ago
session on September 5, 2017 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images) FORMER Brisbane hooker Michael Ennis says Benji Marshall will provide the Broncos with much-needed composure when he slots in at halfback in their... Read more
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NZCity
Ennis backs Marshall to boost BroncosFormer Brisbane hooker Michael Ennis says Benji Marshall will provide the Bronc
NZCity / Posted 19 days ago
Former Brisbane hooker Michael Ennis says Benji Marshall will provide the Broncos with much-needed composure when he slots in at halfback in their NRL qualifying final. Marshall has been parachuted into the starting side to play Sydney Roosters on... Read more
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