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Wests Tigers coach Michael Maguire sounded out Israel Folau about NRL return: reports – Wide World of Sports

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Bulldogs players want SBW back at Belmore – Australian Associated Press

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It seems pie-in-the-sky but Canterbury players are welcoming the Bulldogs’ ambitious attempts to lure Sonny Bill Williams back to the NRL cellar dwellers next year.

The Bulldogs’ new naming-rights sponsor are reportedly pursuing the cross-code superstar for 2021, if Williams doesn’t return to the Toronto Wolfpack in the English Super League after his late-season cameo with the Sydney Roosters.

Roosters supremo Nick Politis is also said to have…



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Accomplished caddie Steve Williams believes the US PGA Championship’s lack of atmosphere will be an added challenge for former boss Tiger Woods when he resumes his chase of Jack Nicklaus’ record 18 major wins this week.

All eyes will be on Woods, the star attraction at the first major of a golf season ravaged by the coronavirus, when play begins on Friday (AEST) at San Francisco’s TPC Harding Park.

COVID-19 restrictions forced officials to cancel July’s…



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Sam Newman lashes Victorian government and Daniel Andrews’ COVID-19 shutdown ‘lunacy’ – 7NEWS.com.au

The AFL great responded to news of another 250,000 job losses with a dramatic message about golf courses.

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AFL great Sam Newman has lashed the Victorian government over the complete closure of golf clubs in Melbourne.
All golf clubs and facilities were forced to close last Sunday as premier Daniel Andrews enacted a range of tougher measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 in the city last week.
The Victorian premier turned the screws even further on Monday, announcing a shutdown of Victorian businesses that will put another 250,000 people out of work.
They will join a further 250,000 people who a…

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