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Roosters win big in 2018 NRL draw - SBS

The Sydney Roosters have been the big winners of Thursday's 2018 NRL draw announcement, while the Warriors and Gold Coast will have to do it the hard way.

The NRL delivered a win for Sydney fans, but the Roosters were the biggest victors from the NRL's 2018 draw announcement on Thursday.

Already rumoured to be in the hunt for Australian halfback Cooper Cronk, the Tri-colours received a massive leg up with the kindest schedule for next year.

They will play a competition-low nine matches against teams who qualified for last year's finals, avoiding facing the likes of Melbourne, North Queensland, Parramatta, Cronulla and Penrith twice.

Their clashes with the Storm and Cowboys are also at Allianz Stadium - where they had a 9-1 record last year - avoiding two of the toughest road trips along the way.

In turn they also meet last year's bottom six of Canterbury, South Sydney, Warriors,...


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Read more: Roosters win big in 2018 NRL draw - SBS

Roosters win big in 2018 NRL draw - SBS

The Sydney Roosters have been the big winners of Thursday's 2018 NRL draw announcement, while the Warriors and Gold Coast will have to do it the hard way.

The NRL delivered a win for Sydney fans, but the Roosters were the biggest victors from the NRL's 2018 draw announcement on Thursday.

Already rumoured to be in the hunt for Australian halfback Cooper Cronk, the Tri-colours received a massive leg up with the kindest schedule for next year.

They will play a competition-low nine matches against teams who qualified for last year's finals, avoiding facing the likes of Melbourne, North Queensland, Parramatta, Cronulla and Penrith twice.

Their clashes with the Storm and Cowboys are also at Allianz Stadium - where they had a 9-1 record last year - avoiding two of the toughest road trips along the way.

In turn they also meet last year's bottom six of Canterbury, South Sydney, Warriors,...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Roosters win big in 2018 NRL draw - SBS

Roosters win big in 2018 NRL draw - SBS

The Sydney Roosters have been the big winners of Thursday's 2018 NRL draw announcement, while the Warriors and Gold Coast will have to do it the hard way.

The NRL delivered a win for Sydney fans, but the Roosters were the biggest victors from the NRL's 2018 draw announcement on Thursday.

Already rumoured to be in the hunt for Australian halfback Cooper Cronk, the Tri-colours received a massive leg up with the kindest schedule for next year.

They will play a competition-low nine matches against teams who qualified for last year's finals, avoiding facing the likes of Melbourne, North Queensland, Parramatta, Cronulla and Penrith twice.

Their clashes with the Storm and Cowboys are also at Allianz Stadium - where they had a 9-1 record last year - avoiding two of the toughest road trips along the way.

In turn they also meet last year's bottom six of Canterbury, South Sydney, Warriors,...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Roosters win big in 2018 NRL draw - SBS

Roosters win big in 2018 NRL draw - SBS

The Sydney Roosters have been the big winners of Thursday's 2018 NRL draw announcement, while the Warriors and Gold Coast will have to do it the hard way.

The NRL delivered a win for Sydney fans, but the Roosters were the biggest victors from the NRL's 2018 draw announcement on Thursday.

Already rumoured to be in the hunt for Australian halfback Cooper Cronk, the Tri-colours received a massive leg up with the kindest schedule for next year.

They will play a competition-low nine matches against teams who qualified for last year's finals, avoiding facing the likes of Melbourne, North Queensland, Parramatta, Cronulla and Penrith twice.

Their clashes with the Storm and Cowboys are also at Allianz Stadium - where they had a 9-1 record last year - avoiding two of the toughest road trips along the way.

In turn they also meet last year's bottom six of Canterbury, South Sydney, Warriors,...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Roosters win big in 2018 NRL draw - SBS

Roosters win big in 2018 NRL draw - SBS

The Sydney Roosters have been the big winners of Thursday's 2018 NRL draw announcement, while the Warriors and Gold Coast will have to do it the hard way.

The NRL delivered a win for Sydney fans, but the Roosters were the biggest victors from the NRL's 2018 draw announcement on Thursday.

Already rumoured to be in the hunt for Australian halfback Cooper Cronk, the Tri-colours received a massive leg up with the kindest schedule for next year.

They will play a competition-low nine matches against teams who qualified for last year's finals, avoiding facing the likes of Melbourne, North Queensland, Parramatta, Cronulla and Penrith twice.

Their clashes with the Storm and Cowboys are also at Allianz Stadium - where they had a 9-1 record last year - avoiding two of the toughest road trips along the way.

In turn they also meet last year's bottom six of Canterbury, South Sydney, Warriors,...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Roosters win big in 2018 NRL draw - SBS

Cooper Cronk, Sydney Roosters not necessarily a match made in heaven - Stuff.co.nz

If the cap fits: the Roosters will have to offload players to accommodate Cooper Cronk.
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If the cap fits: the Roosters will have to offload players to accommodate Cooper Cronk.

OPINION: Cooper Cronk may or may not play on in the NRL next year. He may or may not play for the Sydney Roosters.

Both seem likely and here's a compelling reason why it's likely to happen.

In NRL grand final week in 2010, before the Roosters squared off with the Dragons in Sunday's decider, this column bashed up the easy story about the glamour club's directors, each of them multi-millionaire businessmen.

Mitchell Pearce is unlikely to stomach being turned into a bench player or a hooker if the Roosters sign Cooper Cronk.
MARK KOLBE/GETTY IMAGES

Mitchell Pearce is unlikely to stomach being turned into a bench player or a hooker if the Roosters sign Cooper Cronk.

Roosters chairman Nick Politis, according to Business Review Weekly's annual rich list the previous year, was valued at A$182 million (NZ$204 million).

READ MORE:
* Roosters emerge as favourites to sign Cronk
* Cronk,...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Cooper Cronk, Sydney Roosters not necessarily a match made in heaven - Stuff.co.nz

Cooper Cronk, Sydney Roosters not necessarily a match made in heaven - Stuff.co.nz

If the cap fits: the Roosters will have to offload players to accommodate Cooper Cronk.
CAMERON SPENCER/GETTY IMAGES

If the cap fits: the Roosters will have to offload players to accommodate Cooper Cronk.

OPINION: Cooper Cronk may or may not play on in the NRL next year. He may or may not play for the Sydney Roosters.

Both seem likely and here's a compelling reason why it's likely to happen.

In NRL grand final week in 2010, before the Roosters squared off with the Dragons in Sunday's decider, this column bashed up the easy story about the glamour club's directors, each of them multi-millionaire businessmen.

Mitchell Pearce is unlikely to stomach being turned into a bench player or a hooker if the Roosters sign Cooper Cronk.
MARK KOLBE/GETTY IMAGES

Mitchell Pearce is unlikely to stomach being turned into a bench player or a hooker if the Roosters sign Cooper Cronk.

Roosters chairman Nick Politis, according to Business Review Weekly's annual rich list the previous year, was valued at A$182 million (NZ$204 million).

READ MORE:
* Roosters emerge as favourites to sign Cronk
* Cronk,...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Cooper Cronk, Sydney Roosters not necessarily a match made in heaven - Stuff.co.nz

Cooper Cronk, Sydney Roosters not necessarily a match made in heaven - Stuff.co.nz

If the cap fits: the Roosters will have to offload players to accommodate Cooper Cronk.
CAMERON SPENCER/GETTY IMAGES

If the cap fits: the Roosters will have to offload players to accommodate Cooper Cronk.

OPINION: Cooper Cronk may or may not play on in the NRL next year. He may or may not play for the Sydney Roosters.

Both seem likely and here's a compelling reason why it's likely to happen.

In NRL grand final week in 2010, before the Roosters squared off with the Dragons in Sunday's decider, this column bashed up the easy story about the glamour club's directors, each of them multi-millionaire businessmen.

Mitchell Pearce is unlikely to stomach being turned into a bench player or a hooker if the Roosters sign Cooper Cronk.
MARK KOLBE/GETTY IMAGES

Mitchell Pearce is unlikely to stomach being turned into a bench player or a hooker if the Roosters sign Cooper Cronk.

Roosters chairman Nick Politis, according to Business Review Weekly's annual rich list the previous year, was valued at A$182 million (NZ$204 million).

READ MORE:
* Roosters emerge as favourites to sign Cronk
* Cronk,...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Cooper Cronk, Sydney Roosters not necessarily a match made in heaven - Stuff.co.nz

Cooper Cronk, Sydney Roosters not necessarily a match made in heaven - Stuff.co.nz

If the cap fits: the Roosters will have to offload players to accommodate Cooper Cronk.
CAMERON SPENCER/GETTY IMAGES

If the cap fits: the Roosters will have to offload players to accommodate Cooper Cronk.

OPINION: Cooper Cronk may or may not play on in the NRL next year. He may or may not play for the Sydney Roosters.

Both seem likely and here's a compelling reason why it's likely to happen.

In NRL grand final week in 2010, before the Roosters squared off with the Dragons in Sunday's decider, this column bashed up the easy story about the glamour club's directors, each of them multi-millionaire businessmen.

Mitchell Pearce is unlikely to stomach being turned into a bench player or a hooker if the Roosters sign Cooper Cronk.
MARK KOLBE/GETTY IMAGES

Mitchell Pearce is unlikely to stomach being turned into a bench player or a hooker if the Roosters sign Cooper Cronk.

Roosters chairman Nick Politis, according to Business Review Weekly's annual rich list the previous year, was valued at A$182 million (NZ$204 million).

READ MORE:
* Roosters emerge as favourites to sign Cronk
* Cronk,...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Cooper Cronk, Sydney Roosters not necessarily a match made in heaven - Stuff.co.nz

Cooper Cronk, Sydney Roosters not necessarily a match made in heaven - Stuff.co.nz

If the cap fits: the Roosters will have to offload players to accommodate Cooper Cronk.
CAMERON SPENCER/GETTY IMAGES

If the cap fits: the Roosters will have to offload players to accommodate Cooper Cronk.

OPINION: Cooper Cronk may or may not play on in the NRL next year. He may or may not play for the Sydney Roosters.

Both seem likely and here's a compelling reason why it's likely to happen.

In NRL grand final week in 2010, before the Roosters squared off with the Dragons in Sunday's decider, this column bashed up the easy story about the glamour club's directors, each of them multi-millionaire businessmen.

Mitchell Pearce is unlikely to stomach being turned into a bench player or a hooker if the Roosters sign Cooper Cronk.
MARK KOLBE/GETTY IMAGES

Mitchell Pearce is unlikely to stomach being turned into a bench player or a hooker if the Roosters sign Cooper Cronk.

Roosters chairman Nick Politis, according to Business Review Weekly's annual rich list the previous year, was valued at A$182 million (NZ$204 million).

READ MORE:
* Roosters emerge as favourites to sign Cronk
* Cronk,...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Cooper Cronk, Sydney Roosters not necessarily a match made in heaven - Stuff.co.nz

Mitchell Pearce not feeling the love at Sydney Roosters while club woos Cooper Cronk - The Sydney Morning Herald

At the time of writing, no Roosters official had talked to Mitchell Pearce and the longer that goes on the more the club should be concerned.

He is very much the roadkill in the drive to get Cooper Cronk to Bondi Junction. Pearce has heard all the chatter and rival clubs are making call after call. If he wasn't considering his options, he would not be human.

Marketable: Other clubs are interested in Mitchell Pearce if the Roosters want to offload him in favour of Cooper Cronk. Marketable: Other clubs are interested in Mitchell Pearce if the Roosters want to offload him in favour of Cooper Cronk. Photo: NRL imagery

Cronk is known to be upset that Pearce has been wearing it. After the Roosters played Melbourne in round 23, Pearce and Cronk had a long chat, in which Pearce told the Storm half of his admiration for him. The Roosters know Cronulla are keen on Pearce. And, to be fair to the Roosters, they've been saying they don't want to get rid of Pearce. They say that he is part of the club's plans – ...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Mitchell Pearce not feeling the love at Sydney Roosters while club woos Cooper Cronk - The Sydney...

Mitchell Pearce not feeling the love at Sydney Roosters while club woos Cooper Cronk - The Sydney Morning Herald

At the time of writing, no Roosters official had talked to Mitchell Pearce and the longer that goes on the more the club should be concerned.

He is very much the roadkill in the drive to get Cooper Cronk to Bondi Junction. Pearce has heard all the chatter and rival clubs are making call after call. If he wasn't considering his options, he would not be human.

Marketable: Other clubs are interested in Mitchell Pearce if the Roosters want to offload him in favour of Cooper Cronk. Marketable: Other clubs are interested in Mitchell Pearce if the Roosters want to offload him in favour of Cooper Cronk. Photo: NRL imagery

Cronk is known to be upset that Pearce has been wearing it. After the Roosters played Melbourne in round 23, Pearce and Cronk had a long chat, in which Pearce told the Storm half of his admiration for him. The Roosters know Cronulla are keen on Pearce. And, to be fair to the Roosters, they've been saying they don't want to get rid of Pearce. They say that he is part of the club's plans – ...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Mitchell Pearce not feeling the love at Sydney Roosters while club woos Cooper Cronk - The Sydney...

Mitchell Pearce not feeling the love at Sydney Roosters while club woos Cooper Cronk - The Sydney Morning Herald

At the time of writing, no Roosters official had talked to Mitchell Pearce and the longer that goes on the more the club should be concerned.

He is very much the roadkill in the drive to get Cooper Cronk to Bondi Junction. Pearce has heard all the chatter and rival clubs are making call after call. If he wasn't considering his options, he would not be human.

Marketable: Other clubs are interested in Mitchell Pearce if the Roosters want to offload him in favour of Cooper Cronk. Marketable: Other clubs are interested in Mitchell Pearce if the Roosters want to offload him in favour of Cooper Cronk. Photo: NRL imagery

Cronk is known to be upset that Pearce has been wearing it. After the Roosters played Melbourne in round 23, Pearce and Cronk had a long chat, in which Pearce told the Storm half of his admiration for him. The Roosters know Cronulla are keen on Pearce. And, to be fair to the Roosters, they've been saying they don't want to get rid of Pearce. They say that he is part of the club's plans – ...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Mitchell Pearce not feeling the love at Sydney Roosters while club woos Cooper Cronk - The Sydney...

Mitchell Pearce not feeling the love at Sydney Roosters while club woos Cooper Cronk - The Sydney Morning Herald

At the time of writing, no Roosters official had talked to Mitchell Pearce and the longer that goes on the more the club should be concerned.

He is very much the roadkill in the drive to get Cooper Cronk to Bondi Junction. Pearce has heard all the chatter and rival clubs are making call after call. If he wasn't considering his options, he would not be human.

Marketable: Other clubs are interested in Mitchell Pearce if the Roosters want to offload him in favour of Cooper Cronk. Marketable: Other clubs are interested in Mitchell Pearce if the Roosters want to offload him in favour of Cooper Cronk. Photo: NRL imagery

Cronk is known to be upset that Pearce has been wearing it. After the Roosters played Melbourne in round 23, Pearce and Cronk had a long chat, in which Pearce told the Storm half of his admiration for him. The Roosters know Cronulla are keen on Pearce. And, to be fair to the Roosters, they've been saying they don't want to get rid of Pearce. They say that he is part of the club's plans – ...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Mitchell Pearce not feeling the love at Sydney Roosters while club woos Cooper Cronk - The Sydney...

Mitchell Pearce not feeling the love at Sydney Roosters while club woos Cooper Cronk - The Sydney Morning Herald

At the time of writing, no Roosters official had talked to Mitchell Pearce and the longer that goes on the more the club should be concerned.

He is very much the roadkill in the drive to get Cooper Cronk to Bondi Junction. Pearce has heard all the chatter and rival clubs are making call after call. If he wasn't considering his options, he would not be human.

Marketable: Other clubs are interested in Mitchell Pearce if the Roosters want to offload him in favour of Cooper Cronk. Marketable: Other clubs are interested in Mitchell Pearce if the Roosters want to offload him in favour of Cooper Cronk. Photo: NRL imagery

Cronk is known to be upset that Pearce has been wearing it. After the Roosters played Melbourne in round 23, Pearce and Cronk had a long chat, in which Pearce told the Storm half of his admiration for him. The Roosters know Cronulla are keen on Pearce. And, to be fair to the Roosters, they've been saying they don't want to get rid of Pearce. They say that he is part of the club's plans – ...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Mitchell Pearce not feeling the love at Sydney Roosters while club woos Cooper Cronk - The Sydney...

Steve Roach blasts Sydney Roosters for insulting silence on Mitchell ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

A high-profile supporter of Mitchell Pearce has rubbished suggestions that he could learn from Cooper Cronk as a mature-age understudy at the Sydney Roosters, saying the club's pursuit of the Kangaroos No.7 was a "big kick in the guts" for their long-time halfback.

The Roosters are expected to escalate their bid to lure Cronk to the eastern suburbs with chairman Nick Politis arriving back from overseas on Sunday and planning to meet with Roosters coach Trent Robinson early this week to discuss making a play for the 33-year-old and how his signing would affect others at the club.

Playmakers: Speculation over the futures of Mitchell Pearce and Cooper Cronk continues unabated. Playmakers: Speculation over the futures of Mitchell Pearce and Cooper Cronk continues unabated. Photo: AAP

Chief among them is Pearce, who was also due back in Sydney on Monday after several days away in Orange. Speculation about his future has heated up since Cronk on Friday asked his manager, George...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Steve Roach blasts Sydney Roosters for insulting silence on Mitchell ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Steve Roach blasts Sydney Roosters for insulting silence on Mitchell ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

A high-profile supporter of Mitchell Pearce has rubbished suggestions that he could learn from Cooper Cronk as a mature-age understudy at the Sydney Roosters, saying the club's pursuit of the Kangaroos No.7 was a "big kick in the guts" for their long-time halfback.

The Roosters are expected to escalate their bid to lure Cronk to the eastern suburbs with chairman Nick Politis arriving back from overseas on Sunday and planning to meet with Roosters coach Trent Robinson early this week to discuss making a play for the 33-year-old and how his signing would affect others at the club.

Playmakers: Speculation over the futures of Mitchell Pearce and Cooper Cronk continues unabated. Playmakers: Speculation over the futures of Mitchell Pearce and Cooper Cronk continues unabated. Photo: AAP

Chief among them is Pearce, who was also due back in Sydney on Monday after several days away in Orange. Speculation about his future has heated up since Cronk on Friday asked his manager, George...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Steve Roach blasts Sydney Roosters for insulting silence on Mitchell ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Steve Roach blasts Sydney Roosters for insulting silence on Mitchell ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

A high-profile supporter of Mitchell Pearce has rubbished suggestions that he could learn from Cooper Cronk as a mature-age understudy at the Sydney Roosters, saying the club's pursuit of the Kangaroos No.7 was a "big kick in the guts" for their long-time halfback.

The Roosters are expected to escalate their bid to lure Cronk to the eastern suburbs with chairman Nick Politis arriving back from overseas on Sunday and planning to meet with Roosters coach Trent Robinson early this week to discuss making a play for the 33-year-old and how his signing would affect others at the club.

Playmakers: Speculation over the futures of Mitchell Pearce and Cooper Cronk continues unabated. Playmakers: Speculation over the futures of Mitchell Pearce and Cooper Cronk continues unabated. Photo: AAP

Chief among them is Pearce, who was also due back in Sydney on Monday after several days away in Orange. Speculation about his future has heated up since Cronk on Friday asked his manager, George...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Steve Roach blasts Sydney Roosters for insulting silence on Mitchell ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Steve Roach blasts Sydney Roosters for insulting silence on Mitchell ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

A high-profile supporter of Mitchell Pearce has rubbished suggestions that he could learn from Cooper Cronk as a mature-age understudy at the Sydney Roosters, saying the club's pursuit of the Kangaroos No.7 was a "big kick in the guts" for their long-time halfback.

The Roosters are expected to escalate their bid to lure Cronk to the eastern suburbs with chairman Nick Politis arriving back from overseas on Sunday and planning to meet with Roosters coach Trent Robinson early this week to discuss making a play for the 33-year-old and how his signing would affect others at the club.

Playmakers: Speculation over the futures of Mitchell Pearce and Cooper Cronk continues unabated. Playmakers: Speculation over the futures of Mitchell Pearce and Cooper Cronk continues unabated. Photo: AAP

Chief among them is Pearce, who was also due back in Sydney on Monday after several days away in Orange. Speculation about his future has heated up since Cronk on Friday asked his manager, George...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Steve Roach blasts Sydney Roosters for insulting silence on Mitchell ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Steve Roach blasts Sydney Roosters for insulting silence on Mitchell ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

A high-profile supporter of Mitchell Pearce has rubbished suggestions that he could learn from Cooper Cronk as a mature-age understudy at the Sydney Roosters, saying the club's pursuit of the Kangaroos No.7 was a "big kick in the guts" for their long-time halfback.

The Roosters are expected to escalate their bid to lure Cronk to the eastern suburbs with chairman Nick Politis arriving back from overseas on Sunday and planning to meet with Roosters coach Trent Robinson early this week to discuss making a play for the 33-year-old and how his signing would affect others at the club.

Playmakers: Speculation over the futures of Mitchell Pearce and Cooper Cronk continues unabated. Playmakers: Speculation over the futures of Mitchell Pearce and Cooper Cronk continues unabated. Photo: AAP

Chief among them is Pearce, who was also due back in Sydney on Monday after several days away in Orange. Speculation about his future has heated up since Cronk on Friday asked his manager, George...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Steve Roach blasts Sydney Roosters for insulting silence on Mitchell ... - The Sydney Morning Herald



 

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