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Corey Parker having a crack at us....

...............“The biggest clash, the Dolphins up against the Broncos in Round 26 at Suncorp Stadium is (during) the Riverfire (Festival) where half a million people will be moving throughout the season.

“Magic Round is a carnival-like atmosphere and the Dolphins are playing the last game against the mighty Wests Tigers.

“At that point, people just want to go home and prepare for Monday and that there is just another low blow for the Dolphins.”...................

 
Corey Parker having a crack at us....

...............“The biggest clash, the Dolphins up against the Broncos in Round 26 at Suncorp Stadium is (during) the Riverfire (Festival) where half a million people will be moving throughout the season.

“Magic Round is a carnival-like atmosphere and the Dolphins are playing the last game against the mighty Wests Tigers.

“At that point, people just want to go home and prepare for Monday and that there is just another low blow for the Dolphins.”...................

I'm surprised we even got a run magic round . Should be some punishment for running last the previous season from the NRL ....
 
Corey Parker having a crack at us....

...............“The biggest clash, the Dolphins up against the Broncos in Round 26 at Suncorp Stadium is (during) the Riverfire (Festival) where half a million people will be moving throughout the season.

“Magic Round is a carnival-like atmosphere and the Dolphins are playing the last game against the mighty Wests Tigers.

“At that point, people just want to go home and prepare for Monday and that there is just another low blow for the Dolphins.”...................

He ain’t wrong.
 
I'm surprised we even got a run magic round . Should be some punishment for running last the previous season from the NRL ....
We did get the dud Sunday night draw. Corey Parker not happy that Dolphins paired with us, coz he knows we go all right in MR.
 
We did get the dud Sunday night draw. Corey Parker not happy that Dolphins paired with us, coz he knows we go all right in MR.
I think he’s more upset that the Dolphins aren’t the joint headliner.
It’s a no brainer that Broncos v Dolphins would sell out the stadium and should have been the main game for the weekend.
Dolphins v the spooners on a Sunday night? Who gives a shit?
 
Jahream Bula and John Bateman have made the long list for the 2023 IRL Golden Boot Men's Award. All other men's nominees include:

Long Lists​

Men's 2023 Golden Boot​

Matty Ashton (England)
John Bateman (England)
Jahream Bula (Fiji)

Su’a Faalogo (Samoa)
James Fisher-Harris (New Zealand)
Addin Fonua-Blake (Tonga)
Harry Grant (Australia)
Payne Haas (Australia)
Jahrome Hughes (New Zealand)
Edwin Ipape (Papua New Guinea)
Tui Kamikamica (Fiji)
Lachlan Lam (Papua New Guinea)
Mikey Lewis (England)
Esan Marsters (Cook Islands)
Ronaldo Mulitalo (New Zealand)
Cameron Murray (Australia)
Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (New Zealand)
Harry Smith (England)
Hamiso Tabuia-Fidow (Australia)
Joey Tapine (New Zealand)

 
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Jahream Bula's made the long list for the 2023 IRL Golden Boot Men's Award. All other nominees include:

Long Lists​

Men's 2023 Golden Boot​

Matty Ashton (England)
John Bateman (England)
Jahream Bula (Fiji)
Su’a Faalogo (Samoa)
James Fisher-Harris (New Zealand)
Addin Fonua-Blake (Tonga)
Harry Grant (Australia)
Payne Haas (Australia)
Jahrome Hughes (New Zealand)
Edwin Ipape (Papua New Guinea)
Tui Kamikamica (Fiji)
Lachlan Lam (Papua New Guinea)
Mikey Lewis (England)
Esan Marsters (Cook Islands)
Ronaldo Mulitalo (New Zealand)
Cameron Murray (Australia)
Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (New Zealand)
Harry Smith (England)
Hamiso Tabuia-Fidow (Australia)
Joey Tapine (New Zealand)


And John Bateman too.
 
This was in a media report about Newington going co-ed.

"Sports stars and former politicians are among the alumni including ex-NSW deputy premier Ian Armstrong and NRL players such as Joel Luani and Cameron Murray. "

Joel Luani?

F me Newington must be hard up for famous alumni!!
 
#AskKenty



Sports journalist Paul Kent has been hit with a third domestic violence charge as he prepares to fight the allegations in a matter of weeks.
The 53-year-old Daily Telegraph and Fox Sports rugby league journalist is fighting charges he attacked a 33-year-old woman at his home in Lilyfield in May following an alleged domestic dispute.

NSW Police charged Mr Kent with common assault and intentionally choking a person without consent. He pleaded not guilty in court in May.

During a brief hearing on Monday, a more serious charge of assault occasioning actual bodily harm was laid.

“Can we just clarify I think a third charge has been laid since the last time we were before the court,” Mr Kent’s lawyer, Jon-Pierre Elias told the court.
“Assault occasioning actual bodily harm.”

Mr Elias confirmed his client would also be pleading not guilty to the charge.

NSW Police allege Mr Kent was involved in an “altercation” with a 33-year-old woman before she was “allegedly assaulted”.

Officers attended and initially arrested both Mr Kent and the woman, but she was released without charge.

The 53-year-old did not attend Sydney’s Downing Centre Local Court on Monday, where it was confirmed he will fight the allegations at a hearing on December 11 and 12.

The court heard the full brief of evidence was yet to be served, with Magistrate Theo Tsavdaridis ordering it to be served by December 4.

The court was previously told there were three defence witnesses.

Outside court in May, Mr Kent told reporters he was looking forward to the “full story” coming out.

When asked what his employers thought about the charges, Mr Kent said “they fully support” him.

“I’m embarrassed about it, but unfortunately it’s beyond my control so I’ll just let the court process see its way through now and once we get to the end then we can hopefully see some things through different eyes,” he said.

“It’s the rugby league soap opera, it’s the way it rolls … that’s fine, people are entitled to their opinions and we’ll get to the end of it and everything will be OK.”

The 53-year-old has been temporarily stood down from his roles as a senior writer for The Daily Telegraph and host of Fox Sports show NRL 360.

He will return to court in December for a hearing.
 
This was in a media report about Newington going co-ed.

"Sports stars and former politicians are among the alumni including ex-NSW deputy premier Ian Armstrong and NRL players such as Joel Luani and Cameron Murray. "

Joel Luani?

F me Newington must be hard up for famous alumni!!
Actually forgot about him - had to check Wiki and found this:

 
#AskKenty



Sports journalist Paul Kent has been hit with a third domestic violence charge as he prepares to fight the allegations in a matter of weeks.
The 53-year-old Daily Telegraph and Fox Sports rugby league journalist is fighting charges he attacked a 33-year-old woman at his home in Lilyfield in May following an alleged domestic dispute.

NSW Police charged Mr Kent with common assault and intentionally choking a person without consent. He pleaded not guilty in court in May.

During a brief hearing on Monday, a more serious charge of assault occasioning actual bodily harm was laid.

“Can we just clarify I think a third charge has been laid since the last time we were before the court,” Mr Kent’s lawyer, Jon-Pierre Elias told the court.
“Assault occasioning actual bodily harm.”

Mr Elias confirmed his client would also be pleading not guilty to the charge.

NSW Police allege Mr Kent was involved in an “altercation” with a 33-year-old woman before she was “allegedly assaulted”.

Officers attended and initially arrested both Mr Kent and the woman, but she was released without charge.

The 53-year-old did not attend Sydney’s Downing Centre Local Court on Monday, where it was confirmed he will fight the allegations at a hearing on December 11 and 12.

The court heard the full brief of evidence was yet to be served, with Magistrate Theo Tsavdaridis ordering it to be served by December 4.

The court was previously told there were three defence witnesses.

Outside court in May, Mr Kent told reporters he was looking forward to the “full story” coming out.

When asked what his employers thought about the charges, Mr Kent said “they fully support” him.

“I’m embarrassed about it, but unfortunately it’s beyond my control so I’ll just let the court process see its way through now and once we get to the end then we can hopefully see some things through different eyes,” he said.

“It’s the rugby league soap opera, it’s the way it rolls … that’s fine, people are entitled to their opinions and we’ll get to the end of it and everything will be OK.”

The 53-year-old has been temporarily stood down from his roles as a senior writer for The Daily Telegraph and host of Fox Sports show NRL 360.

He will return to court in December for a hearing.
DV is the stuff of weak gutted dogs.
PK collecting DV charges like they are Infinity Stones
Couldn't happen to a more floggier flog
 

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