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  • State of Origin 1 Wrap Up

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    A clinical second half from the Maroons and a perfectly-executed Cooper Cronk field goal have helped Queensland edge an 11-10 win over a resolute Blues side that suffered a from serious lack of execution in the second half.

  • Long Time Friends Reunite after Battle

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    Lifelong friends Sia Soliola and Sam Perrett spent time with their families at the National Zoo and Aquarium after the incredible 41-34 game at GIO Stadium in round 11.

  • Rona Flying with 12 Tries

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    Curtis Rona has started the 2015 season in sensational fashion scoring 12 tries and sitting at the top of the NRL's try-scoring list.

  • Blues halves ready to go: Hodkinson

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    NSW halfback Trent Hodkinson says he and new Blues five-eighth Mitchell Pearce have combined well, while his own flagging confidence came flooding back as soon as he entered the NSW camp.

  • NSW Cup Side to Play Mounties

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    The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs NSW Cup side has today been named ahead of the match against Mounties, on Saturday afternoon at Belmore Sports Ground.

  • Round 11 NRL Plays of the Match

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    Vote for your play of the match from our round 11 win over the Canberra Raiders as chosen by bulldogs.com.au with your #dogsofrewards.

  • Player Poll: What is your favourite Origin moment as a fan?

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    Before they were Origin stars, they were footy fans like the rest of us. Here are the moments this year's Origin players remember most fondly in Origin history.

  • Thompson Scores 80,000th Try

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    Winger Corey Thompson crashed over in the second half to score his 3rd try of the season and register the 80,000th try scored in Australian premiership rugby league history.

  • NSW v Queensland: Origin I Preview

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    The Holden State of Origin beast just seems to keep getting bigger every year and in 2015, for the first time since 2006, it is the New South Welshmen who head in looking to retain the shield and the Queenslanders who are the challengers.

  • Round 11 v Raiders in Pics

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    A collection of photos from our 41-34 win over the Canberra Raiders.