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The Sydney Roosters are an rugby league football club reigning from the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, Australia. The club competes in the NRL (National Rugby League) and is one of the most successful clubs they have won twelve New South Wales Rugby League and National Rugby League titles. The club holds the record for the longest winning streak, and the second greatest margin of victory in Australian rugby league history.

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Sydney Roosters: James TEdesco and Cooper Cronk to form deadly ... - NEWS.com.au

JAMES Tedesco hopes a Queenslander will take his game to the next level — and help retain the NSW No. 1 jersey.

Tedesco has had little to do with his new Sydney Roosters teammate Cooper Cronk, but said he would love to enjoy the kind of success the star halfback had with Billy Slater during his career at the Melbourne Storm.

As Tedesco enjoys the last few weeks of his holiday with housemate and Parramatta Eels halfback Mitchell Moses, another potential Blues fullback, Tom Trbojevic, is helping Mal Meninga’s Kangaroos prepare for Saturday’s World Cup final against England.

Barring injury, Tedesco and Trbojevic will fight it out for the NSW No.1 jersey, ­especially with Matt Moylan expected to play five-eighth for new club Cronulla.

Tedesco was a standout in a beaten Blues team this season, and is banking on improving further with the help of now former Maroons No.7 Cronk.

“He’s one...


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Sydney Roosters: James TEdesco and Cooper Cronk to form deadly ... - NEWS.com.au

JAMES Tedesco hopes a Queenslander will take his game to the next level — and help retain the NSW No. 1 jersey.

Tedesco has had little to do with his new Sydney Roosters teammate Cooper Cronk, but said he would love to enjoy the kind of success the star halfback had with Billy Slater during his career at the Melbourne Storm.

As Tedesco enjoys the last few weeks of his holiday with housemate and Parramatta Eels halfback Mitchell Moses, another potential Blues fullback, Tom Trbojevic, is helping Mal Meninga’s Kangaroos prepare for Saturday’s World Cup final against England.

Barring injury, Tedesco and Trbojevic will fight it out for the NSW No.1 jersey, ­especially with Matt Moylan expected to play five-eighth for new club Cronulla.

Tedesco was a standout in a beaten Blues team this season, and is banking on improving further with the help of now former Maroons No.7 Cronk.

“He’s one...


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Read more: Sydney Roosters: James TEdesco and Cooper Cronk to form deadly ... - NEWS.com.au

Sydney Roosters NRL star Blake Ferguson treated for shock gambling addiction, says The Mole - Wide World of Sports

NRL star battles gambling problem

Roosters star Blake Ferguson has revealed he spent time in recent weeks in rehab - for a gambling addiction.

But Ferguson, who lost many thousands of dollars betting on things other than the NRL last year, is happy with the results of his time in therapy and believes it has cleared his head for the season ahead.

"It was one of the best things I have done and I feel great for it," Ferguson says.

"I had a problem and I addressed it."

Sydney Roosters winger Blake Ferguson (c) has been treated for gambling addiction. (AAP)

Despite battling mental demons, Ferguson had a fine season for the Roosters in 2017.

He played 22 games and scored 11 tries - only Latrell Mitchell scored more - and played for New South Wales and Australia.

Roosters boss Nick Politis has been aware of Ferguson’s problems and stood by the...


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Read more: Sydney Roosters NRL star Blake Ferguson treated for shock gambling addiction, says The Mole -...

Sydney Roosters: James TEdesco and Cooper Cronk to form deadly ... - NEWS.com.au

JAMES Tedesco hopes a Queenslander will take his game to the next level — and help retain the NSW No. 1 jersey.

Tedesco has had little to do with his new Sydney Roosters teammate Cooper Cronk, but said he would love to enjoy the kind of success the star halfback had with Billy Slater during his career at the Melbourne Storm.

As Tedesco enjoys the last few weeks of his holiday with housemate and Parramatta Eels halfback Mitchell Moses, another potential Blues fullback, Tom Trbojevic, is helping Mal Meninga’s Kangaroos prepare for Saturday’s World Cup final against England.

Barring injury, Tedesco and Trbojevic will fight it out for the NSW No.1 jersey, ­especially with Matt Moylan expected to play five-eighth for new club Cronulla.

Tedesco was a standout in a beaten Blues team this season, and is banking on improving further with the help of now former Maroons No.7 Cronk.

“He’s one...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Sydney Roosters: James TEdesco and Cooper Cronk to form deadly ... - NEWS.com.au

Sydney Roosters NRL star Blake Ferguson treated for shock gambling addiction, says The Mole - Wide World of Sports

NRL star battles gambling problem

Roosters star Blake Ferguson has revealed he spent time in recent weeks in rehab - for a gambling addiction.

But Ferguson, who lost many thousands of dollars betting on things other than the NRL last year, is happy with the results of his time in therapy and believes it has cleared his head for the season ahead.

"It was one of the best things I have done and I feel great for it," Ferguson says.

"I had a problem and I addressed it."

Sydney Roosters winger Blake Ferguson (c) has been treated for gambling addiction. (AAP)

Despite battling mental demons, Ferguson had a fine season for the Roosters in 2017.

He played 22 games and scored 11 tries - only Latrell Mitchell scored more - and played for New South Wales and Australia.

Roosters boss Nick Politis has been aware of Ferguson’s problems and stood by the...


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Read more: Sydney Roosters NRL star Blake Ferguson treated for shock gambling addiction, says The Mole -...

Former league player caught up in Sydney cocaine busts - NEWS.com.au

RUGBY League has been embroiled in yet another drug scandal as promising NRL hopeful Ben Darcy was stung in a cocaine distribution ring bust.

The 28-year-old is facing eight charges over his role in one of the dial-in drug services, which was allegedly used to funnel cocaine into ritzy Sydney suburbs.

Officers made the arrest on November 25 — finding cocaine and $30,000 in a property in Underwood St, Paddington.

The former Sydney Roosters junior had become a prominent figure in the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) investigation into drugs in sport.

In 2013, Australian Customs officials allegedly found incriminating messages on Ben Darcy’s phone, which revealed Roosters prop Martin Kennedy and former Raiders player Sandor Earl had been supplied with illicit substances.

The incriminating texts were found after customs officers seized Darcy’s phone when he returned to...


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Read more: Former league player caught up in Sydney cocaine busts - NEWS.com.au

Sydney Roosters NRL star Blake Ferguson treated for shock gambling addiction, says The Mole - Wide World of Sports

NRL star battles gambling problem

Roosters star Blake Ferguson has revealed he spent time in recent weeks in rehab - for a gambling addiction.

But Ferguson, who lost many thousands of dollars betting on things other than the NRL last year, is happy with the results of his time in therapy and believes it has cleared his head for the season ahead.

"It was one of the best things I have done and I feel great for it," Ferguson says.

"I had a problem and I addressed it."

Sydney Roosters winger Blake Ferguson (c) has been treated for gambling addiction. (AAP)

Despite battling mental demons, Ferguson had a fine season for the Roosters in 2017.

He played 22 games and scored 11 tries - only Latrell Mitchell scored more - and played for New South Wales and Australia.

Roosters boss Nick Politis has been aware of Ferguson’s problems and stood by the...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Sydney Roosters NRL star Blake Ferguson treated for shock gambling addiction, says The Mole -...

Former league player caught up in Sydney cocaine busts - NEWS.com.au

RUGBY League has been embroiled in yet another drug scandal as promising NRL hopeful Ben Darcy was stung in a cocaine distribution ring bust.

The 28-year-old is facing eight charges over his role in one of the dial-in drug services, which was allegedly used to funnel cocaine into ritzy Sydney suburbs.

Officers made the arrest on November 25 — finding cocaine and $30,000 in a property in Underwood St, Paddington.

The former Sydney Roosters junior had become a prominent figure in the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) investigation into drugs in sport.

In 2013, Australian Customs officials allegedly found incriminating messages on Ben Darcy’s phone, which revealed Roosters prop Martin Kennedy and former Raiders player Sandor Earl had been supplied with illicit substances.

The incriminating texts were found after customs officers seized Darcy’s phone when he returned to...


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Read more: Former league player caught up in Sydney cocaine busts - NEWS.com.au

Sydney Roosters NRL roster 2018: Isaac Liu re-signs | Fox Sports - Fox Sports

THE Roosters have locked in a key member of their forward pack, with Isaac Liu re-signed on a three-year extension that keeps him in Bondi until the end of the 2021 season.

Liu established himself as a starting player in 2017, wearing the No.13 jersey in one of the competition’s best middles alongside Dylan Napa and Jared Waerea-Hargreaves.

He capped his best season yet with a call-up to New Zealand’s World Cup squad, playing off the bench in three of the four matches of the Kiwis’ ill-fated campaign.

Speaking about his re-signing on Thursday, the 26-year-old said he was delighted to continue his career at the Roosters.

Isaac Liu has re-signed with the Roosters.
Isaac Liu has re-signed with the Roosters.Source: Getty Images

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Read more: Sydney Roosters NRL roster 2018: Isaac Liu re-signs | Fox Sports - Fox Sports

Former league player caught up in Sydney cocaine busts - NEWS.com.au

RUGBY League has been embroiled in yet another drug scandal as promising NRL hopeful Ben Darcy was stung in a cocaine distribution ring bust.

The 28-year-old is facing eight charges over his role in one of the dial-in drug services, which was allegedly used to funnel cocaine into ritzy Sydney suburbs.

Officers made the arrest on November 25 — finding cocaine and $30,000 in a property in Underwood St, Paddington.

The former Sydney Roosters junior had become a prominent figure in the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) investigation into drugs in sport.

In 2013, Australian Customs officials allegedly found incriminating messages on Ben Darcy’s phone, which revealed Roosters prop Martin Kennedy and former Raiders player Sandor Earl had been supplied with illicit substances.

The incriminating texts were found after customs officers seized Darcy’s phone when he returned to...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Former league player caught up in Sydney cocaine busts - NEWS.com.au

Sydney Roosters NRL roster 2018: Isaac Liu re-signs | Fox Sports - Fox Sports

THE Roosters have locked in a key member of their forward pack, with Isaac Liu re-signed on a three-year extension that keeps him in Bondi until the end of the 2021 season.

Liu established himself as a starting player in 2017, wearing the No.13 jersey in one of the competition’s best middles alongside Dylan Napa and Jared Waerea-Hargreaves.

He capped his best season yet with a call-up to New Zealand’s World Cup squad, playing off the bench in three of the four matches of the Kiwis’ ill-fated campaign.

Speaking about his re-signing on Thursday, the 26-year-old said he was delighted to continue his career at the Roosters.

Isaac Liu has re-signed with the Roosters.
Isaac Liu has re-signed with the Roosters.Source: Getty Images

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Read more: Sydney Roosters NRL roster 2018: Isaac Liu re-signs | Fox Sports - Fox Sports

Sydney Roosters NRL roster 2018: Isaac Liu re-signs | Fox Sports - Fox Sports

THE Roosters have locked in a key member of their forward pack, with Isaac Liu re-signed on a three-year extension that keeps him in Bondi until the end of the 2021 season.

Liu established himself as a starting player in 2017, wearing the No.13 jersey in one of the competition’s best middles alongside Dylan Napa and Jared Waerea-Hargreaves.

He capped his best season yet with a call-up to New Zealand’s World Cup squad, playing off the bench in three of the four matches of the Kiwis’ ill-fated campaign.

Speaking about his re-signing on Thursday, the 26-year-old said he was delighted to continue his career at the Roosters.

Isaac Liu has re-signed with the Roosters.
Isaac Liu has re-signed with the Roosters.Source: Getty Images

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Read more: Sydney Roosters NRL roster 2018: Isaac Liu re-signs | Fox Sports - Fox Sports

NRL news: Sydney Roosters reportedly re-sign key duo Jake Friend ... - Wide World of Sports

The Sydney Roosters have shored up their stocks for the post-Mitchell Pearce era, reportedly re-signing co-captain Jake Friend and Luke Keary.

The key pair were off contract at the end of the 2018 NRL season however the Roosters have moved to keep them at Bondi Junction.

In a big boost which will ensure the Tri-colours remain a premiership force for the next several years, co-captain Friend has signed on for a further two years until 2020, News Corp reports.

Five-eighth Keary has agreed to a three-year extension through till the end of 2021.

The Roosters will boast one of the strongest spines in the competition in 2018 with Friend and Keary combining with star signings Cooper Cronk and James Tedesco.

Incumbent NSW halfback Pearce was granted a release from the final year of his contract following the recruitment of Cronk on a two-year deal and has signed with Newcastle.

On Thursday...


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Read more: NRL news: Sydney Roosters reportedly re-sign key duo Jake Friend ... - Wide World of Sports

NRL news: Sydney Roosters reportedly re-sign key duo Jake Friend ... - Wide World of Sports

The Sydney Roosters have shored up their stocks for the post-Mitchell Pearce era, reportedly re-signing co-captain Jake Friend and Luke Keary.

The key pair were off contract at the end of the 2018 NRL season however the Roosters have moved to keep them at Bondi Junction.

In a big boost which will ensure the Tri-colours remain a premiership force for the next several years, co-captain Friend has signed on for a further two years until 2020, News Corp reports.

Five-eighth Keary has agreed to a three-year extension through till the end of 2021.

The Roosters will boast one of the strongest spines in the competition in 2018 with Friend and Keary combining with star signings Cooper Cronk and James Tedesco.

Incumbent NSW halfback Pearce was granted a release from the final year of his contract following the recruitment of Cronk on a two-year deal and has signed with Newcastle.

On Thursday...


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Read more: NRL news: Sydney Roosters reportedly re-sign key duo Jake Friend ... - Wide World of Sports

NRL news: Sydney Roosters reportedly re-sign key duo Jake Friend ... - Wide World of Sports

The Sydney Roosters have shored up their stocks for the post-Mitchell Pearce era, reportedly re-signing co-captain Jake Friend and Luke Keary.

The key pair were off contract at the end of the 2018 NRL season however the Roosters have moved to keep them at Bondi Junction.

In a big boost which will ensure the Tri-colours remain a premiership force for the next several years, co-captain Friend has signed on for a further two years until 2020, News Corp reports.

Five-eighth Keary has agreed to a three-year extension through till the end of 2021.

The Roosters will boast one of the strongest spines in the competition in 2018 with Friend and Keary combining with star signings Cooper Cronk and James Tedesco.

Incumbent NSW halfback Pearce was granted a release from the final year of his contract following the recruitment of Cronk on a two-year deal and has signed with Newcastle.

On Thursday...


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Read more: NRL news: Sydney Roosters reportedly re-sign key duo Jake Friend ... - Wide World of Sports

Sydney Roosters: James TEdesco and Cooper Cronk to form deadly ... - NEWS.com.au

JAMES Tedesco hopes a Queenslander will take his game to the next level — and help retain the NSW No. 1 jersey.

Tedesco has had little to do with his new Sydney Roosters teammate Cooper Cronk, but said he would love to enjoy the kind of success the star halfback had with Billy Slater during his career at the Melbourne Storm.

As Tedesco enjoys the last few weeks of his holiday with housemate and Parramatta Eels halfback Mitchell Moses, another potential Blues fullback, Tom Trbojevic, is helping Mal Meninga’s Kangaroos prepare for Saturday’s World Cup final against England.

Barring injury, Tedesco and Trbojevic will fight it out for the NSW No.1 jersey, ­especially with Matt Moylan expected to play five-eighth for new club Cronulla.

Tedesco was a standout in a beaten Blues team this season, and is banking on improving further with the help of now former Maroons No.7 Cronk.

“He’s one...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Sydney Roosters: James TEdesco and Cooper Cronk to form deadly ... - NEWS.com.au

Sydney Roosters: James TEdesco and Cooper Cronk to form deadly ... - NEWS.com.au

JAMES Tedesco hopes a Queenslander will take his game to the next level — and help retain the NSW No. 1 jersey.

Tedesco has had little to do with his new Sydney Roosters teammate Cooper Cronk, but said he would love to enjoy the kind of success the star halfback had with Billy Slater during his career at the Melbourne Storm.

As Tedesco enjoys the last few weeks of his holiday with housemate and Parramatta Eels halfback Mitchell Moses, another potential Blues fullback, Tom Trbojevic, is helping Mal Meninga’s Kangaroos prepare for Saturday’s World Cup final against England.

Barring injury, Tedesco and Trbojevic will fight it out for the NSW No.1 jersey, ­especially with Matt Moylan expected to play five-eighth for new club Cronulla.

Tedesco was a standout in a beaten Blues team this season, and is banking on improving further with the help of now former Maroons No.7 Cronk.

“He’s one...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Sydney Roosters: James TEdesco and Cooper Cronk to form deadly ... - NEWS.com.au

Cronk's call helps Roosters, NSW: Cordner | SBS News - SBS

He may have just won a World Cup alongside him but Boyd Cordner's dividends may have just gotten bigger after Cooper Cronk's decision to quit representative football.

Cronk dropped a bombshell after Australia's World Cup triumph over England when he announced he would be retiring from the state and international arena.

The move is significant for his new NRL side the Sydney Roosters, who will reap the benefits of having the veteran halfback focused on club football for the entire 2018 season.

Cordner, who is the Roosters co-captain, said it would be music to the ears of coach Trent Robinson and the rest of the coaching staff.

"It's only going to be good news for the Roosters," Cordner told AAP.

"I'm sure the coaching staff will be happy about that.

"But even if he did want to play on, it wouldn't have been an issue.

"But that's his decision and we respect that as a playing...


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Read more: Cronk's call helps Roosters, NSW: Cordner | SBS News - SBS

Cronk's call helps Roosters, NSW: Cordner | SBS News - SBS

He may have just won a World Cup alongside him but Boyd Cordner's dividends may have just gotten bigger after Cooper Cronk's decision to quit representative football.

Cronk dropped a bombshell after Australia's World Cup triumph over England when he announced he would be retiring from the state and international arena.

The move is significant for his new NRL side the Sydney Roosters, who will reap the benefits of having the veteran halfback focused on club football for the entire 2018 season.

Cordner, who is the Roosters co-captain, said it would be music to the ears of coach Trent Robinson and the rest of the coaching staff.

"It's only going to be good news for the Roosters," Cordner told AAP.

"I'm sure the coaching staff will be happy about that.

"But even if he did want to play on, it wouldn't have been an issue.

"But that's his decision and we respect that as a playing...


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Read more: Cronk's call helps Roosters, NSW: Cordner | SBS News - SBS

Sydney Roosters NRL star Blake Ferguson treated for shock gambling addiction, says The Mole - Wide World of Sports

NRL star battles gambling problem

Roosters star Blake Ferguson has revealed he spent time in recent weeks in rehab - for a gambling addiction.

But Ferguson, who lost many thousands of dollars betting on things other than the NRL last year, is happy with the results of his time in therapy and believes it has cleared his head for the season ahead.

"It was one of the best things I have done and I feel great for it," Ferguson says.

"I had a problem and I addressed it."

Sydney Roosters winger Blake Ferguson (c) has been treated for gambling addiction. (AAP)

Despite battling mental demons, Ferguson had a fine season for the Roosters in 2017.

He played 22 games and scored 11 tries - only Latrell Mitchell scored more - and played for New South Wales and Australia.

Roosters boss Nick Politis has been aware of Ferguson’s problems and stood by the...


Read full article on NRL GN SydneyRoosters


Read more: Sydney Roosters NRL star Blake Ferguson treated for shock gambling addiction, says The Mole -...



 

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