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James Roberts injured in Brisbane Broncos' NRL win over Penrith Panthers - ABC Online

Broncos star James Roberts is taken from the field after injuring his ankle against the Panthers.

The sight of New South Wales State of Origin hopeful James Roberts being carried off the field has soured Brisbane's 32-18 win over Penrith at Lang Park.

Roberts staked another claim for a Blues jersey with an 85-metre wonder try but his Origin dream may be shattered after damaging his right ankle with seven minutes left on the clock.

A shattered Roberts had to be escorted from the field after his leg collided with team-mate Matt Gillett in a tackle.

It had initially been feared Roberts had sustained a knee injury but Broncos coach Wayne Bennett confirmed after the match the star centre had instead hurt his ankle.

Roberts will undergo scans this week to determine the full extent of the injury.

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Broncos forward vying for selection - Courier Mail

HIS bone-rattling defence is what made him an NRL player.

Now, Mitchell Dodds hopes crushing the Intrust Super Cup competition with his much-loved Wynnum Manly Seagulls can take him back to the top level.

The Brisbane Broncos-contracted forward, whose last appearance in the NRL was the 2015 grand final loss to the North Queensland Cowboys, has returned to Red Hill after a season in England.

Dodds only made a comeback from a broken leg two weeks ago but already had his sights set on breaking back into Wayne Bennett’s team.

Mitchell Dodds has returned to the Broncos after a year in England. Picture: Elise Searson

“I want to be playing NRL and hopefully I can keep improving week by week and break into the team,” Dodds said.

“The goal is to get back there as quickly as I can.

“In saying that I just want to help the team (Broncos) in any way I can. If that means watching and cheering...


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New South Wales Blues Origin hopeful James Roberts injured in ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Blues coach Laurie Daley would have loved to see James Roberts slicing holes in the Penrith defence on Thursday night as he helped pave the way for Brisbane's 32-18 victory over the battling Panthers at Suncorp Stadium.

Less pleasing would have been the sight of Roberts being carried from the field with seven minutes left, suffering from what would later be confirmed as an ankle injury.

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The severity was yet to be known late on Thursday night but it was serious enough to warrant X-rays on the damaged joint first thing on Friday morning.

It's another setback for a player that had seemingly got his house in order off the field and was around the edges of Origin selection with the first team to be named in coming weeks.

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Brisbane Broncos coach Wayne Bennett unfazed by injury to James Roberts - Wide World of Sports

NSW selectors may feel differently but Wayne Bennett says the prospect of losing strike centre James Roberts to injury does not faze him.

Roberts again staked his claim for a Blues spot with a sublime display highlighted by an 85m runaway try in Brisbane's 32-18 NRL win over Penrith on Thursday night.

But the Broncos speedster's Origin hopes appear to have been dashed by an ankle complaint with six minutes to play.

Brisbane coach Bennett said scans would reveal more this week after Roberts left the game in crutches.

However, Bennett believed the Broncos juggernaut would keep rumbling along without Roberts after moving into the top four with a fourth straight win.

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How the Bronco cheated a casino - Courier Mail

BRONCOS player Joe Ofahengaue was caught cheating after casino security reviewed footage of him winning a hand of poker and noticed him slip a $100 chip underneath the $15 he already had on the table.

The details of the bizarre incident were aired in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Friday morning, after Ofahengaue pleaded guilty in writing to one charge of cheating by fraudulent act or scheme.

Police prosecutor Sen Const Wade Domagala said Ofahengaue was at the Treasury Casino about 5.45am on April 8 when he won the hand of poker and slipped “a $100 chip under the $15 chip”.

He said the dealer did not see the sleight of hand, but when security reviewed the footage the ruse was apparent.

“The defendant returned the money after being challenged by security and left the area,” Sen Const Domagala said.

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NRL bunker backs video referee after controversial Panthers no try against Broncos - ABC Online

Brisbane Broncos and Penrith Panthers crash over the line

The NRL bunker has once again been forced to defend itself after Penrith's 32-18 loss to the Broncos.

A fifth-minute decision was sent to the bunker as a try, after James Tamou cleaned up a dropped ball to dive over under the posts.

It came after hooker Peter Wallace took the ball to the line and replays clearly showed Broncos lock Josh McGuire knocking the ball out, propelling it backwards from the perspective of the Panthers.

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The bunker deemed it a knock on, prompting an outcry from commentators — both professional and amateur — and the bunker explained its decision on social media.

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NRL bunker video, Brisbane Broncos v Penrith Panthers, Peter Wallace knock on - Fox Sports

JUST as fury over last week’s dubious Brisbane win over South Sydney was beginning to die, the bunker has poured more fuel on the fire with the NRL backing another confounding call from the multimillion dollar video bunker.

Social media went mental again on Thursday night as the Broncos benefitted from the video referee’s decision to overturn a try to Penrith’s James Tamou, claiming veteran hooker Peter Wallace had knocked on in the lead-up.

On-field official Gerard Sutton referred the call upstairs as a try.

But the bunker overruled his call, despite replays suggesting defender Josh McGuire had knocked the ball out of Wallace’s hands before it travelled backwards to Tamou.

Watch the bizarre ruling in the video player above.


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Brisbane Bronco Joe Ofahengaue fined for 'calculated act of deceit' at Brisbane casino - Stuff.co.nz

Joe Ofahengaue was fined after pleading guilty to cheating by a fraudulent act, practice or scheme.
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Joe Ofahengaue was fined after pleading guilty to cheating by a fraudulent act, practice or scheme.

A Broncos player who tried to swindle money from a casino in Brisbane, Australia by sneaking an extra $A100 ($NZ108) chip onto a poker table been fined after pleading guilty.

At 5.45am on the morning of Saturday April 8, Joe Ofahengaue beat the house but took another punt and sneaked the higher value chip underneath the $15 one he had initially bet, in a attempt to hoodwink the dealer.

It worked and the dealer paid out an extra $100 but Ofahengaue's scam was detected on security cameras, Brisbane Magistrates Court heard on Friday.

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He returned the money after being confronted by Treasury Casino staff in Brisbane and left the area immediately.

Later that day he returned to the casino and gave his name to staff.

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Brisbane Broncos forward Joe Ofahengaue charged over alleged casino cheating - Stuff.co.nz

Joe Ofahengaue, left, was reportedly not expected to appear in court in person.
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Brisbane Broncos forward Joe Ofahengaue has been charged over an alleged early morning casino cheating incident.

The 21-year-old Tongan national representative returned to the Broncos NRL side this year after he was dropped to the Queensland Cup toward the end of 2016.

His case is due to be mentioned in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Friday.

A police spokesman said a 21-year-old man was issued with a notice to appear over an incident in Brisbane's Treasury Casino at 5.45am (local time) on April 8.

Ofahengaue was charged with cheating by fraudulent act, practice or scheme. It is understood to be related to an incident at a blackjack table, according to a report in the Courier Mail. He was reportedly not expected to appear in court in person.

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Brisbane Broncos forward Josh McGuire scares five-eighth Anthony Milford with snake - Wide World of Sports

Brisbane forward Josh McGuire is well known for pulling pranks on his unsuspecting Broncos teammates.

The man known as 'Moose' likes hiding before scaring other players when they least expect it, and once even ambushed them in their hotel rooms during an away trip with a giant frill-necked lizard.

Following a training session before the club's win over South Sydney at ANZ Stadium on Friday night, McGuire decided to bring in his brother's pet snake to help spice things up.

Understandably, there were a few players more than happy to give him wide berth but there was no escape for five-eighth Anthony Milford who was cooling off in the showers.

Milf might be able to show the defence a clean set of heels but there was no escaping McGuire and his friend as he chased him up and down the shower block.

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Brisbane Broncos coach Wayne Bennett could help cut George Burgess's NRL ban - Wide World of Sports

South Sydney have turned to Brisbane coach Wayne Bennett for a friendly favour in a desperate bid to have George Burgess's four-match NRL ban reduced.

Languishing outside the top eight after being robbed of victory against the Broncos, the Rabbitohs are pulling out all stops to have Burgess back on deck ASAP.

The firebrand front-rower was outed for four matches after pleading guilty to a shoulder charge on Brisbane five-eighth Anthony Milford last Friday's controversial 25-24 defeat at ANZ Stadium.

Throw in a round-13 bye and - ironically - Burgess won't be back until Souths' return bout against the Broncos in Brisbane on June 9.

That is, unless the Rabbitohs can persuade the NRL to allow England's Test against Samoa in Sydney on May 6 to count as one match of Burgess's ban.

Broncos forward vying for selection - Courier Mail

HIS bone-rattling defence is what made him an NRL player.

Now, Mitchell Dodds hopes crushing the Intrust Super Cup competition with his much-loved Wynnum Manly Seagulls can take him back to the top level.

The Brisbane Broncos-contracted forward, whose last appearance in the NRL was the 2015 grand final loss to the North Queensland Cowboys, has returned to Red Hill after a season in England.

Dodds only made a comeback from a broken leg two weeks ago but already had his sights set on breaking back into Wayne Bennett’s team.

Mitchell Dodds has returned to the Broncos after a year in England. Picture: Elise Searson

“I want to be playing NRL and hopefully I can keep improving week by week and break into the team,” Dodds said.

“The goal is to get back there as quickly as I can.

“In saying that I just want to help the team (Broncos) in any way I can. If that means watching and cheering...


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Jordan Kahu's effort crashes into the crossbar after clearing his lagging teammates - including Sam Thaiday, who offered up his arms as sticks to aim at.

An exciting game of football this evening - we saw a great opening stanza from Brisbane, who didn't do enough to move into the top four, despite the competition points earned.

Penrith gave us something to think about for a period in the second half, but in the end the magic from a few wasn't enough..

With all the excitement and improvised balls out the back came mistakes, and the experience of the Broncos ensured a win.

 

Thanks for following along with us this evening, I hope you enjoyed it.

Until next time!

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No go, Joe! Broncos star in casino shame - Courier Mail

BRONCOS forward Joe Ofahengaue has fallen foul of the law again after being caught up in a casino cheating controversy.

Ofahengaue, who played against the Panthers at Suncorp Stadium on Thursday night, is due to face Brisbane Magistrates Court on Friday on a charge of cheating by fraudulent act, practice or scheme.

The charge is understood to be related to an incident at a blackjack table at a casino.

Ofahengaue is not expected to appear in court in person.

Ofahengaue leaves court after being fined $250 for driving without a licence.

Broncos CEO Paul White confirmed Ofahengaue had alerted the club to the matter.

“The club is aware of the matter and has notified the NRL Integrity Unit about it,” White said.

“We will allow due course to run and then determine if any further action is to be taken.”

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NRL Season 2017: Penrith Panthers in freefall as Brisbane Broncos push them to fifth-consecutive defeat - Brisbane Times

Crisis? Can we now call it a crisis? Nine rounds, two wins and now a fifth consecutive defeat. For the Penrith Panthers, a team many felt could contend for a grand final, these are worrying times.

Wayne Bennett was convinced Penrith would step up to the plate at Suncorp Stadium on Thursday night against the Broncos. Most teams love the occasion, Bennett reasoned, and the Panthers were just too good to keep being this bad.

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NRL bunker video, Brisbane Broncos v Penrith Panthers, Peter Wallace knock on - Fox Sports

JUST as fury over last week’s dubious Brisbane win over South Sydney was beginning to die, the bunker has poured more fuel on the fire with the NRL backing another confounding call from the multimillion dollar video bunker.

Social media went mental again on Thursday night as the Broncos benefitted from the video referee’s decision to overturn a try to Penrith’s James Tamou, claiming veteran hooker Peter Wallace had knocked on in the lead-up.

On-field official Gerard Sutton referred the call upstairs as a try.

But the bunker overruled his call, despite replays suggesting defender Josh McGuire had knocked the ball out of Wallace’s hands before it travelled backwards to Tamou.

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New South Wales Blues Origin hopeful James Roberts injured in Brisbane Broncos' NRL win - The Sydney Morning Herald

Blues coach Laurie Daley would have loved to see James Roberts slicing holes in the Penrith defence on Thursday night as he helped pave the way for Brisbane's 32-18 victory over the battling Panthers at Suncorp Stadium.

Less pleasing would have been the sight of Roberts being carried from the field with seven minutes left, suffering from what would later be confirmed as an ankle injury.

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The severity was yet to be known late on Thursday night but it was serious enough to warrant X-rays on the damaged joint first thing on Friday morning.

It's another setback for a player that had seemingly got his house in order off the field and was around the edges of Origin selection with the first team to be named in coming weeks.

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Brisbane Broncos forward Joe Ofahengaue charged over an alleged cheating incident at Treasury Casino - Brisbane Times

Brisbane Broncos forward Joe Ofahengaue has been charged over an alleged early morning casino cheating incident.

The 21-year-old Tongan national representative returned to the Broncos NRL side this year after he was dropped to the Queensland Cup toward the end of 2016.

Under the spotlight: Joe Ofahengaue. Under the spotlight: Joe Ofahengaue. Photo: NRL Imagery

His case is due to be mentioned in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Friday.

A police spokesman said a 21-year-old man was issued with a notice to appear over an incident in Brisbane's Treasury Casino at 5.45am on April 8.

Ofahengaue was charged with cheating by fraudulent act, practice or scheme.

It is understood to be related to an incident at a blackjack table, according to a report in the Courier Mail.

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The Brisbane Broncos are the latest target of an extortion bid - NEWS.com.au

A Broncos player has been dragged into a fresh extortion controversy.

THERE are reports a Brisbane Broncos player is the latest NRL star to be caught on film behaving badly.

Seven News and The Courier Mail reported someone was offering to sell footage to media outlets allegedly showing a Bronco taking cocaine, with an asking price of more than $50,000.

According to Seven, the clip shows a person lean over a toilet seat and snort a substance presumed to be cocaine. However, the network said the player can’t be categorically identified because he only faces the camera for a very short period of time.

The player alleged to be in the clip denied doing anything untoward when contacted by the Broncos.

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Jack Bird rejects Cronulla Sharks offer to join the Brisbane Broncos - Fox Sports

SHARKS coach Shan Flanagan says he was ‘terribly disappointed’ Jack Bird has decided to walk away from the club that developed him into a premiership winner and Origin player.

On Thursday morning, Bird made the decision that he will move to Queensland and join the Brisbane Broncos on a four-year deal worth a massive $4 million.

The contract is for three years with a further year option to stay which would take through to the end of the 2021 season.

The Broncos contract offer is believed to be worth $350,000 more over three seasons, than what the Sharks were offering.

Bird, who won last year’s premiership at centre, made the decision before training this morning after also weighing up a multi-million dollar offer from the Newcastle Knights.


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Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 12 - 14 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 25 April 2015, 4:00pm Allianz Stadium (Nine Network) 35,110
Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 10 - 12 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 25 April 2015, 6:00pm AAMI Park (Fox Sports) 13,948
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Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 26 - 18 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 26 April 2015, 2:00pm Pepper Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,798
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