NRL 2020: Corey Norman pokies win, Matt Moylan, Nathan Peats, Bryce Cartwright


Dragons star Corey Norman had a weekend to remember after cleaning up just over $25,000 on the pokies.

The 29-year-old was accompanied by Sharks utility Matt Moylan, Parramatta’s newest recruit Bryce Cartwright and ex-Titan Nathan Peats for a night on the town over the weekend.

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Peats captured the moment of Norman winning big and posted the video on his Instagram.

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It’s not the first time an NRL player has won big and it certainly won’t be the last. Storm star and rugby league’s cult hero, Brandon Smith won a hefty amount at the races during last year’s off-season.





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State of Origin teams, game 3, 2020: NSW Blues, Queensland Maroons, Corey Allan, Edrick Lee, Brenko Lee, late mail, how to watch


Queensland and New South Wales have confirmed their teams for the State of Origin decider at Suncorp Stadium.

Queensland will trot out another four debutants on Wednesday night at Suncorp Stadium.

South Sydney youngster Corey Allan will play fullback, pushing Val Holmes to the wing.

Edrick Lee is also on debut and he will occupy the other wing, while his cousin Brenko Lee will debut at left centre.

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Harry Grant debuts off the bench.



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State of Origin 2020 Game 3: NSW Blues v Queensland Maroons, Corey Allan, Daly Cherry-Evans, James Tedesco try, video, watch


James Tedesco scored what will arguably be the easiest try of his career, opening the Blues’ account in Origin III after a litany of Maroons errors.

NSW were coming to the end of a set of six when Nathan Cleary hoisted a bomb up in the air to test rookie fullback Corey Allan.

As Allan went up to challenge for the ball he fumbled the ball in his own in goal, knocking it forward.

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Queensland captain Daly Cherry-Evans, who was tracking back to help his teammate out, couldn’t touch the ball given he would have been in an off-side position and handed the Blues a fresh six tackles.



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State of Origin 2020: Josh Addo-Carr, Corey Allan hit, Phil Gus Gould, fastest man on the planet, Queensland defeats NSW


Josh Addo-Carr might not be the fastest man on the planet.

And by the letter of the law Corey Allan’s professional foul on the Blues winger in the 77th minute of NSW’s 20-14 defeat in the Origin decider might not have been a penalty try.

But even the most one-eyed Maroons supporter has to admit Queensland dodged a bullet when Allan took out the Melbourne Storm flyer 15m from the try line.

Replays showed Addo-Carr was clearly in front of Cameron Munster, Valentine Holmes and Harry Grant in the race for the ball, which appeared to bounce nicely, making a clean gather by the NSW man highly likely.

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One man in no doubt was Channel 9’s Phil Gould, who called the moment like a broken record stuck on loop.





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Wayne Bennett considering switching Corey Allan to fullback in place of Valentine Holmes for series decider


Asked about a potential shift on Sunday, Allan said: “I’m named on the wing. The plan right now is to focus on coming up against Addo-Carr. That’s my main focus. We’ll see how training pans out.”

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Allan will be one of two Maroons in line to make their debut after Bennett promoted young hooker Harry Grant to the bench in favour of the experienced Ben Hunt.

Hunt was thrown into the fray in Sydney after just two minutes following Cameron Munster’s concussion, but the Storm premiership winner is tipped to play as he progresses through the NRL’s brain injury protocols.

The irony of Allan’s possible hit-and-run mission at fullback is that’s it has been fuelled by the advice of a former Blues representative and Rabbitohs teammate in Mitchell.

“‘Trell’ had a big influence [on the fullback switch],” Allan said. “He is only 23 or 24 and he’s won two premierships. He helped me with all the little things.

“Every little thing I was learning from him. He was showing me what to look for when defenders are shutting, all the little things that help you on the footy field.

“It would be funny if ‘Trell’ was playing for the Blues because I can’t take him seriously. We muck around all the time. It’d be interesting if he was on the Blues side.”

It would be a baptism of fire for Allan if he was thrown into the fullback role given he would likely be opposed by NSW skipper James Tedesco, who was at his brilliant best in NSW’s 34-10 series-levelling win in Sydney.

Holmes played his first game in more than six weeks at ANZ Stadium after he was ruled out of Queensland’s win in Adelaide through suspension.

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“Wayne told me about game three … it was pretty short and blunt actually,” Allan said. “He asked me if I was ready and what I would bring. After my answer he said ‘I’ll sleep on it’. I hadn’t heard anything for a couple of days and then just before we ran out for training the other day he just goes, ‘you’re playing’. And I was like ‘oh, thank you’.

“Straight away my heart was pounding like it was game day. I was pretty excited. I’m pretty over the moon about it.”

Winger Xavier Coates was on light duties at training on Sunday.

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NRL 2020: Transfer Whispers, contract news, signings, Kevin Walters, Broncos, Latrell Mitchell, Rabbitohs, Corey Allan, Josh Mansour release, Panthers


A couple of hurdles have stopped the Broncos from hitting the player market, but new coach Kevin Walters says that will all change very soon.

Meanwhile, salary cap pressure and the upgrade of a superstar’s deal will cost South Sydney a promising player.

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Read on for the latest Transfer Whispers.



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NRL 2020: South Sydney Rabbitohs, James Roberts to be released, next club, Corey Allan, contract, transfer


James Roberts’ time at South Sydney is set to come to end next week, with the centre expected to walk away from the last year of a lucrative contract.

There has been speculation that Roberts, 27, would quit his $550,000-a-year Rabbitohs deal for a number of months.

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The centre has struggled for form since switching from the Broncos midway through the 2019 season, with a pectoral injury and a stint in a mental health facility preventing him from getting on the field.

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That talk intensified in recent weeks with the Bunnies re-signing Alex Johnston and offering deals to Taane Milne and Tautau Moga.



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Melbourne Cup 2020 best form guide, every horse rated, tips, predictions, horses, field, odds, Corey Brown analysis, jockey


Foxsports.com.au is this year thrilled to have dual Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Corey Brown join us for his expert guide on the big race.

Currently out with a back injury, the former Sydney jockeys’ premiership winner claimed the race that stops the nation in 2009 aboard Shocking – from way out in gate 21 – and in 2017 on Irish stayer Rekindling, jumping from the inside this time in gate four.

Here are fascinating insights on what it’s like to ride in – and win – the nation’s greatest race, and his thoughts on this year’s edition.

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NRL 2020: Transfer Whispers, contract news, Jahrome Hughes, Melbourne Storm, Corey Allan, Rabbitohs, James Tedesco, Roosters


The November 1 deadline is upon us, which means the transfer market is about to heat up.

Players who are off contract from 2022 onwards are now free to negotiate with rivals.

While there’s still a host of stars looking for homes for next season.

Read on for the latest Transfer Whispers.

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Dockers add Joel Corey to coaching panel


Fremantle coach Justin Longmuir has added former Geelong star Joel Corey to his new-look coaching ranks.

Corey, a three-time premiership player with Geelong, has joined Fremantle as a development coach.

The 38-year-old joined the Western Bulldogs’ coaching ranks following his retirement in 2013, but was let go earlier this year due to COVID-19 cost-cutting measures.

Corey joins former Bulldogs star Matthew Boyd as new arrivals under Longmuir.

The duo replace Michael Prior and Anthony Rock, who were both let go by Fremantle earlier this year.

“I feel I’ve grown as a coach,” Corey said.

“Sometimes when you’re new in coaching you feel like you’re not aware of a lot of things and as the years go on, all the different experiences you’ve had, your awareness grows and you can react or be proactive in different situations.

“Wherever I’ve been, there’s been a determination to put in the hard work and it’s nice when you get to enjoy the fruits of that, but nothing happens without that hard work.”





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