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FOX Business
Blue Apron Upgradedit earns its first profit, and may need to sell more stock to stay afloat.The m
FOX Business / Posted 38 minutes ago
it earns its first profit, and may need to sell more stock to stay afloat.The most important thing: When red ink flows, sharks circle Meanwhile, Blue Apron's meal-kit-by-mail area of the market is started to pretty crowded. Last week, we... Read more
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FOX Business
Blue Apron Upgradedit earns its first profit, and may need to sell more stock to stay afloat.The m
FOX Business / Posted 39 minutes ago
it earns its first profit, and may need to sell more stock to stay afloat.The most important thing: When red ink flows, sharks circle Meanwhile, Blue Apron's meal-kit-by-mail area of the market is started to pretty crowded. Last week, we... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
HomeTeam 25: Football rankings for Tampa Baymuch and has not put up more than 14 in any game this season. 14. Nature Coast
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 2 hours ago
much and has not put up more than 14 in any game this season. 14. Nature Coast (2-0) Up next: at Lake Wales Skinny: The Sharks extended their regular-season win streak to 24 with last week's victory over Crystal River. Michael Weston has 237... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Atom Cats secure silvera 6-1 romp over the Brock Badgers. Brylie Renaud was in goal. Belleville opene
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 2 hours ago
a 6-1 romp over the Brock Badgers. Brylie Renaud was in goal. Belleville opened the tournament by dunking the Scarborough Sharks 4-0. Scoring for the Bearcats were Peyton Cormier (2), Alex Dewar and Dylan Trickey. Picking up assists were Tori... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Picks of the week: Concerts, open mic, shark-themed festival make waves in Bay Areamonth-long program, hosted by Shark Stewards — a nonprofit that focuses on rest
The Daily Californian / Posted 3 hours ago
month-long program, hosted by Shark Stewards — a nonprofit that focuses on restoring the health of the ocean by saving sharks from the fin trade, habitat destruction and overfishing — as well as the Greater Farallones Association. With events... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Blades' first lossStobbs Division by winning twice on the weekend. The Flags beat the Admirals 3
Chatham Daily News / Posted 3 hours ago
Stobbs Division by winning twice on the weekend. The Flags beat the Admirals 3-2 on Sunday and the Wheatley Omstead Sharks 5-2 on Saturday. Also Sunday, the Lakeshore Canadiens beat the Essex 73's. Flyers 6, Blades 2 At Blenheim, Cato and... Read more
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Rippa
NRL Grand Final Betting Odds: Melbourne Storm clear favourites for flagthe finals series. The Cowboys have played on the road in all three wins en ro
Rippa / Posted 4 hours ago
the finals series. The Cowboys have played on the road in all three wins en route to the Grand Final, defeating Cronulla Sharks in Golden Point, winning in Sydney against Parramatta Eels and then winning their Preliminary Final against Sydney... Read more
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The Mercury News
Did early playoff exit, Marleau’s departure affect Sharks’ ticket sales?SAN JOSE — Sharks season ticket sales for 2017-18 are about the same as they we
The Mercury News / Posted 4 hours ago
SAN JOSE — Sharks season ticket sales for 2017-18 are about the same as they were the year before when the team was coming off a trip to the Stanley Cup Final, the club’s chief operating officer said. John Tortora, COO of Sharks Sports &... Read more
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Rippa
NRL Grand Final Start Time: What time does Melbourne Storm v North Queensland Cowboys kick off?the finals series. The Cowboys have played on the road in all three wins en ro
Rippa / Posted 5 hours ago
the finals series. The Cowboys have played on the road in all three wins en route to the Grand Final, defeating Cronulla Sharks in Golden Point, winning in Sydney against Parramatta Eels and then winning their Preliminary Final against Sydney... Read more
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Rippa
NRL Grand Final: Melbourne Storm v North Queensland Cowboys Preview and Predictionscompleting a third straight win on the road during the finals series having pre
Rippa / Posted 5 hours ago
completing a third straight win on the road during the finals series having previously got the better of the Cronulla Sharks and Parramatta Eels. The question now is whether North Queensland, who had won only one of their final six regular... Read more
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EuroNews
Killer whales give surfers a scare during Norway competitionNorway, could’ve been cause for great alarm, but the animals in question were n
EuroNews / Posted 5 hours ago
Norway, could’ve been cause for great alarm, but the animals in question were not every surfer’s nightmare, great white sharks, but orcas. Nevertheless, all surfers competing in the semi-finals stage of the Lofoten Masters made a speedy exit... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Flags flying highwinning twice on the weekend. The Flags edged the Amherstburg Admirals 3-2 on
Sarnia Observer / Posted 6 hours ago
winning twice on the weekend. The Flags edged the Amherstburg Admirals 3-2 on Sunday after downing the Wheatley Omstead Sharks 5-2 on Sunday. The Flags have a 4-0-0-0 record. The Petrolia Flyers also had a good weekend. They earned their first... Read more
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Gulf News
Whale carcass dug up from Australian beach over shark fearsLocals feared its rotting carcass was attracting sharks Sydney: A massive hump
Gulf News / Posted 7 hours ago
Locals feared its rotting carcass was attracting sharks Sydney: A massive humpback whale buried on a popular Australian beach after it washed up dead was being exhumed on Monday because locals feared its rotting carcass was attracting sharks.The... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Shark fin bans might not help sharks, scientists saywhich is a practice that’s illegal in the United States and involves removing t
Bangor Daily News / Posted 7 hours ago
which is a practice that’s illegal in the United States and involves removing the fins from recently caught, often live sharks and discarding the animals. Nearly a quarter of U.S. states have bans in place on the sale of fins, and sharks were... Read more
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African Football
Cape Verde are an open book, says Senegal coachknows what to expect from Cape Verde ahead of their clash in the 2018 FIFA Worl
African Football / Posted 8 hours ago
knows what to expect from Cape Verde ahead of their clash in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualification Group D match. The Blue Sharks of Cape Verde, who are placed second in Group D, beat South Africa 2-1 both home and away earlier this... Read more
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The Young Witness
Were they right? Each Sharks, Sea Eagles gripe broken downDid the Cronulla Sharks and Manly Sea Eagles really have reason to complain aft
The Young Witness / Posted 9 hours ago
Did the Cronulla Sharks and Manly Sea Eagles really have reason to complain after their finals losses? Gripes: Shane Flanagan and Paul Gallen. Photo: AAP Sharks coach Shane Flanagan felt compelled to take a dossier of "disgraceful" decisions to his... Read more
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SKY News
Great white shark sightings force council to cut up humpback whale carcassit on the beach. However, thousands of locals signed a petition to have the ca
SKY News / Posted 9 hours ago
it on the beach. However, thousands of locals signed a petition to have the carcass exhumed after it attracted a number of sharks to the beach - causing the holiday spot to be closed for safety reasons. In the days after it beached 21 great white... Read more
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Canberra Times
Jack Bird unsure which position he'll play when he joins Brisbane Broncosat Brisbane. Photo: AAP Bird played most of 2017 at centre for Cronulla, the p
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
at Brisbane. Photo: AAP Bird played most of 2017 at centre for Cronulla, the position he played 12 months ago when the Sharks won their first premiership. He could easily slot in at centre under Bennett partnering James Roberts, with Anthony... Read more
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Canberra Times
Blake Ferguson facing nervous wait ahead of Kangaroos World Cup announcementlikely be paired with Cowboys playmaker Michael Morgan in the halves after the
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
likely be paired with Cowboys playmaker Michael Morgan in the halves after the pair do battle in Sunday's NRL grand final. Sharks half James Maloney is also hopeful he'll squeeze into the World Cup frame as a back-up. Meninga spoke with Ferguson... Read more
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Canberra Times
Cooper Cronk rides the emotions as Melbourne Storm grand finale beckonsCronk responded to the question. Just as he answered Munster was walking past
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
Cronk responded to the question. Just as he answered Munster was walking past the media scrum and called out "Go the Sharks" and kept walking. That reference appeared to be a jibe about the potential for Cronk to join one of Storm's most... Read more
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BBC News
Whale exhumed in Australia after backlashhumpback whale has been exhumed from an Australian beach following a protest by
BBC News / Posted 10 hours ago
humpback whale has been exhumed from an Australian beach following a protest by locals who feared it would attract sharks. The whale died in New South Wales last week after being found attached to a fishing trap. It may have become... Read more
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Gazette
Former Thornbury Bronco Billy Vunipola is out of Autumn Tests with another injuryhas undergone knee surgery after sustaining a cartilage problem during Saracens
Gazette / Posted 10 hours ago
has undergone knee surgery after sustaining a cartilage problem during Saracens 41-13 Aviva Premiership win over Sale Sharks at the Allianz Park on Saturday. It will rule him out for 16 weeks and force him to miss the England matches against... Read more
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The Age
Cooper Cronk rides the emotions as Melbourne Storm grand finale beckonsCronk responded to the question. Just as he answered Munster was walking past
The Age / Posted 10 hours ago
Cronk responded to the question. Just as he answered Munster was walking past the media scrum and called out "Go the Sharks" and kept walking. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. That reference appeared to be a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Sharks Sink Bulls At Wet Kings ParkThe Sharks maintained their Currie Cup winning streak to to nine matches when t
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 hours ago
The Sharks maintained their Currie Cup winning streak to to nine matches when they beat the Blue Bulls at a wet Kings Park on Saturday. In a game played in treacherous conditions, the Sharks outscored their opponents by two tries to one, with the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cooper Cronk rides the emotions as Melbourne Storm grand finale beckonsCronk responded to the question. Just as he answered Munster was walking past
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 hours ago
Cronk responded to the question. Just as he answered Munster was walking past the media scrum and called out "Go the Sharks" and kept walking. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. That reference appeared to be a... Read more
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The North West Star
Ferguson facing nervous wait ahead of World Cup announcementlikely be paired with Cowboys playmaker Michael Morgan in the halves after the
The North West Star / Posted 10 hours ago
likely be paired with Cowboys playmaker Michael Morgan in the halves after the pair do battle in Sunday's NRL grand final. Sharks half James Maloney is also hopeful he'll squeeze into the World Cup frame as a back-up. Meninga spoke with Ferguson... Read more
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The Age
Blake Ferguson facing nervous wait ahead of Kangaroos World Cup announcementlikely be paired with Cowboys playmaker Michael Morgan in the halves after the
The Age / Posted 10 hours ago
likely be paired with Cowboys playmaker Michael Morgan in the halves after the pair do battle in Sunday's NRL grand final. Sharks half James Maloney is also hopeful he'll squeeze into the World Cup frame as a back-up. Meninga spoke with Ferguson... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Blake Ferguson facing nervous wait ahead of Kangaroos World Cup announcementlikely be paired with Cowboys playmaker Michael Morgan in the halves after the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 hours ago
likely be paired with Cowboys playmaker Michael Morgan in the halves after the pair do battle in Sunday's NRL grand final. Sharks half James Maloney is also hopeful he'll squeeze into the World Cup frame as a back-up. Meninga spoke with Ferguson... Read more
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Oxford Mail
WEEKEND RESULTS: September 23 & 24Bloxham 1, Banbury Utd Yth 19; Carterton Tn 0, Banbury Irish 6; Charlbury Tn Yt
Oxford Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
Bloxham 1, Banbury Utd Yth 19; Carterton Tn 0, Banbury Irish 6; Charlbury Tn Yth 8, Witney Vikings Yth 1; Deddington Tn Sharks 9, Grendon Rgrs 1. C League: Bloxham Rgrs 0, Easington Spts 12; Chadlington 3, Deddington Tn Cobras 2; Stonesfield... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Whale carcass dug up from Australian beach over shark fearsAustralian beach after it washed up dead was being exhumed Monday because local
The Borneo Post / Posted 11 hours ago
Australian beach after it washed up dead was being exhumed Monday because locals feared its rotting carcass was attracting sharks. The 18-tonne animal came ashore entangled in fishing ropes last week at Nobbys Beach in holiday hotspot Port... Read more
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Weekly Times
Massive whale carcass dug up on NSW beachRogers says council didn't make a mistake when it decided to bury the whale and
Weekly Times / Posted 12 hours ago
Rogers says council didn't make a mistake when it decided to bury the whale and he doesn't agree the carcass would attract sharks. "There's no admission of mistakes been made," he said. "(We) responded to concerns raised." The state government... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Health specialists are itching for a mosquito emojimore than half the world’s population with their disease-spreading bites. In fa
SaukValley.com / Posted 12 hours ago
more than half the world’s population with their disease-spreading bites. In fact, mosquitoes are deadlier — by far — than sharks and snakes. They are the incubator and chief disseminator of malaria, dengue and yellow fevers, as well as newer... Read more
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The Age
Jack Bird unsure which position he'll play when he joins Brisbane Broncosat Brisbane. Photo: AAP Bird played most of 2017 at centre for Cronulla, the p
The Age / Posted 12 hours ago
at Brisbane. Photo: AAP Bird played most of 2017 at centre for Cronulla, the position he played 12 months ago when the Sharks won their first premiership. He could easily slot in at centre under Bennett partnering James Roberts, with Anthony... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Jack Bird unsure which position he'll play when he joins Brisbane Broncosat Brisbane. Photo: AAP Bird played most of 2017 at centre for Cronulla, the p
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
at Brisbane. Photo: AAP Bird played most of 2017 at centre for Cronulla, the position he played 12 months ago when the Sharks won their first premiership. He could easily slot in at centre under Bennett partnering James Roberts, with Anthony... Read more
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Canberra Times
Whale carcass removal under way as NSW council caves in to community pressureRogers said council didn't make a mistake when it decided to bury the whale and
Canberra Times / Posted 12 hours ago
Rogers said council didn't make a mistake when it decided to bury the whale and he doesn't agree the carcass would attract sharks. "There's no admission of mistakes been made," he said. "[We] responded to concerns raised." The state government... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Whale carcass dug up from Australian beach over shark fearsAustralian beach after it washed up dead was being exhumed Monday because local
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 hours ago
Australian beach after it washed up dead was being exhumed Monday because locals feared its rotting carcass was attracting sharks. The 18-tonne animal came ashore entangled in fishing ropes last week at Nobbys Beach in holiday hotspot Port... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Health specialists are itching for a mosquit emokimore than half the world’s population with their disease-spreading bites. In fa
SaukValley.com / Posted 13 hours ago
more than half the world’s population with their disease-spreading bites. In fact, mosquitoes are deadlier — by far — than sharks and snakes. They are the incubator and chief disseminator of malaria, dengue and yellow fevers, as well as newer... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Whale carcass removal under way as NSW council caves in to community pressureRogers said council didn't make a mistake when it decided to bury the whale and
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
Rogers said council didn't make a mistake when it decided to bury the whale and he doesn't agree the carcass would attract sharks. "There's no admission of mistakes been made," he said. "[We] responded to concerns raised." The state government... Read more
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The Age
Whale carcass removal under way as NSW council caves in to community pressureRogers said council didn't make a mistake when it decided to bury the whale and
The Age / Posted 13 hours ago
Rogers said council didn't make a mistake when it decided to bury the whale and he doesn't agree the carcass would attract sharks. "There's no admission of mistakes been made," he said. "[We] responded to concerns raised." The state government... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Boland: Which fairytale will ring true in this year's NRL grand final?scraped into eighth place. Few gave them much hope of going further. Since the
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 hours ago
scraped into eighth place. Few gave them much hope of going further. Since then they have climbed three mountains — the Sharks, the Eels and the Roosters — and conquered each more convincingly than the last. But now they have to face the... Read more
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Canberra Times
NRL grand final 2017: North Queensland Cowboys prop John Asiata playing through paintrying to help out [at home], but my wife [Shailah] is doing so well," Asiata s
Canberra Times / Posted 14 hours ago
trying to help out [at home], but my wife [Shailah] is doing so well," Asiata said. "When I [broke his hand] against the Sharks I was pretty angry. I knew it was going to hurt and I didn't know what was going to happen throughout the... Read more
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The North West Star
Asiata can't change daughter's nappy, but can play in grand finaltrying to help out [at home], but my wife [Shailah] is doing so well," Asiata s
The North West Star / Posted 15 hours ago
trying to help out [at home], but my wife [Shailah] is doing so well," Asiata said. "When I [broke his hand] against the Sharks I was pretty angry. I knew it was going to hurt and I didn't know what was going to happen throughout the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Controversial whale carcass exhumed and craned off NSW beachcouncil initially buried the beached whale and decided to remove it after local
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 hours ago
council initially buried the beached whale and decided to remove it after local residents raised concerns it would attract sharks. "There's no admission mistakes have been made, the council simply responded to a perception in the community and... Read more
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The Age
NRL grand final 2017: North Queensland Cowboys prop John Asiata playing through paintrying to help out [at home], but my wife [Shailah] is doing so well," Asiata s
The Age / Posted 16 hours ago
trying to help out [at home], but my wife [Shailah] is doing so well," Asiata said. "When I [broke his hand] against the Sharks I was pretty angry. I knew it was going to hurt and I didn't know what was going to happen throughout the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NRL grand final 2017: North Queensland Cowboys prop John Asiata playing through paintrying to help out [at home], but my wife [Shailah] is doing so well," Asiata s
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
trying to help out [at home], but my wife [Shailah] is doing so well," Asiata said. "When I [broke his hand] against the Sharks I was pretty angry. I knew it was going to hurt and I didn't know what was going to happen throughout the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
NSW whale carcass removal under wayRogers says council didn't make a mistake when it decided to bury the whale and
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 hours ago
Rogers says council didn't make a mistake when it decided to bury the whale and he doesn't agree the carcass would attract sharks. "There's no admission of mistakes been made," he said. "(We) responded to concerns raised." The state government... Read more
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News.com.au
NSW whale carcass removal under wayRogers says council didn't make a mistake when it decided to bury the whale and
News.com.au / Posted 17 hours ago
Rogers says council didn't make a mistake when it decided to bury the whale and he doesn't agree the carcass would attract sharks. "There's no admission of mistakes been made," he said. "(We) responded to concerns raised." The state government... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Boks turmoil as star ‘rusty and needs more time’Boks contender win a place on the pine, and he failed to make any impact in 30
Adelaide Now / Posted 20 hours ago
Boks contender win a place on the pine, and he failed to make any impact in 30 minutes for the Bulls in their loss to the Sharks on Saturday. Mitchell wouldn’t be drawn on the quality of Pollard’s effort but suggested he was not in peak shape -... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Boks turmoil as star ‘rusty and needs more time’Boks contender win a place on the pine, and he failed to make any impact in 30
The Courier Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
Boks contender win a place on the pine, and he failed to make any impact in 30 minutes for the Bulls in their loss to the Sharks on Saturday. Mitchell wouldn’t be drawn on the quality of Pollard’s effort but suggested he was not in peak shape -... Read more
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News.com.au
Boks turmoil as star ‘rusty and needs more time’Boks contender win a place on the pine, and he failed to make any impact in 30
News.com.au / Posted 20 hours ago
Boks contender win a place on the pine, and he failed to make any impact in 30 minutes for the Bulls in their loss to the Sharks on Saturday. Mitchell wouldn’t be drawn on the quality of Pollard’s effort but suggested he was not in peak shape -... Read more
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