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Andrew Webster is Chief Sports Writer of The Sydney Morning Herald.

Why the Dragons must go all-in on Cameron Ciraldo
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Why the Dragons must go all-in on Cameron Ciraldo

With Anthony Griffin’s future to be discussed at a board meeting on Tuesday, now is the time to go after the Panthers assistant.

  • by Andrew Webster

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The NSW players Brad Fittler needs to run a red line through
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The NSW players Brad Fittler needs to run a red line through

The Blues were outmuscled and outplayed in the State of Origin decider. Anyone got a red pen?

  • by Andrew Webster
Battle of Brisbane: No holds barred in Queensland’s onslaught
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Battle of Brisbane: No holds barred in Queensland’s onslaught

If the Maroons couldn’t finesse their way to victory with Munster, they’d have to kick and scream and claw – or, in the case of Tino Fa’asuamaleaui, headlock – their way to victory without him.

  • by Andrew Webster
Nathan Cleary’s desire to play the perfect game of football

Nathan Cleary’s desire to play the perfect game of football

When it comes to the best rugby league playmakers, ‘the game is their life’. The NSW and Penrith halfback thinks about nothing else.

  • by Andrew Webster
NRL considering changes to State of Origin format
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NRL considering changes to State of Origin format

Origin is rugby league’s golden goose, but head office is once again considering tinkering with when the games are played and the gap between them.

  • by Andrew Webster
State of Origin III: Who will win the decider

State of Origin III: Who will win the decider

The Herald’s team of rugby league experts give their views on who will come out on top and why in game three on Wednesday night.

  • by Roy Masters, Andrew Webster, Phil Lutton, Dan Walsh, Adrian Proszenko, Caden Helmers, Christian Nicolussi, Adam Pengilly and Michael Chammas
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What’s next for the Nicky K? How could you know, bro?
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What’s next for the Nicky K? How could you know, bro?

Once Nick Kyrgios gets out of the way, you suspect Nick Kyrgios will win Wimbledon.

  • by Andrew Webster
LeBron. Tiger. Roger … Kyrgios?

LeBron. Tiger. Roger … Kyrgios?

Nike had big plans for Nick Kyrgios eight years ago. It’s finally starting to pay off.

  • by Andrew Webster
Why Brad Fittler overlooked Reagan Campbell-Gillard - again
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Why Brad Fittler overlooked Reagan Campbell-Gillard - again

The Blues opted for Jordan McLean to replace the injured Payne Haas in the State of Origin decider, ignoring Parramatta prop Campbell-Gillard who was dropped after game one.

  • by Andrew Webster
NSWRL’s moral victory over NRL as peace talks loom
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NSWRL’s moral victory over NRL as peace talks loom

Four NSW teams won their Origin matches at the weekend. Not bad for a so-called dysfunctional governing body.

  • by Andrew Webster
Of course Ashley Klein got it right with Felise Kaufusi sin bin
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Of course Ashley Klein got it right with Felise Kaufusi sin bin

The Queensland veteran had Junior Paulo’s head between his legs, following three set restarts in as many minutes. If that wasn’t a professional foul, what is?

  • by Andrew Webster