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  • Griffin still harbours far northern pride
    ASIDE from 160 minutes, 60-odd tackles and about 30 gut-busting runs each year, Rod Griffin’s heart remains in the Far North.
  • Just like Hezron
    A SEASON after Hezron Murgha struck the Intrust Super Cup like a tsunami, his little brother has been reduced to tears when told he’d get his shot to do the same today.
  • Norths’ win just the tonic after coach’s exit
    A WIN yesterday was the tonic the Tigers needed after a turbulent few days has forced them into a quick search for a new coach.
  • Game shame as Heat fire up
    AN FNQ Heat player has labelled the club’s board disrespectful and “a disgrace” in their treatment of former coach Peter Tokesi, following his shock resignation on Tuesday night.
  • Menmuny to pick up pace for Pride
    A SEASON after Hezron Murgha struck the Intrust Super Cup like a tsunami, his little brother has been reduced to tears when told he’d get his shot to do the same today.
  • Juniors ensure Pride duo retain fire
    NORTHERN Pride duo Tyrone McCarthy and Blake Leary admit they’ve been bouncing around like kids at Easter ahead of just their second match in a month. Yesterday, 30 screaming kids delivered a reminder of just what that enthusiasm looks like.
  • Meeting on Tokesi’s fate
    A SECRET player ballot to decide the future of former FNQ Heat coach Peter Tokesi was discussed at a meeting with board officials.
  • Slater staying on crest of the wave
    THE world’s greatest surfer has admitted he would probably have retired if Mick Fanning had not beaten him for the world title in December.
  • Snowden eager to sign off on a high
    THE five-month Darley farewell tour for Peter Snowden has almost come to an end — and the trainer would love to bag another major.
  • Tigers claw to second win of year
    CATFIGHTS are rarely pretty. But the four premiership points were a thing of beauty for Richmond.

 
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