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Adrian Proszenko is the Chief Rugby League Reporter for the Sydney Morning Herald.

Looking after No.1: Tedesco set to remain with Roosters on $3.3m deal

Looking after No.1: Tedesco set to remain with Roosters on $3.3m deal

The Roosters appear to have marquee fullback options for the next decade with James Tedesco set to extend his contract just days after Joseph Suaalii signed on.

  • by Adrian Proszenko

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It's official: Joseph Suaalii becomes a Rooster

It's official: Joseph Suaalii becomes a Rooster

Add another chapter to the Book of Feuds. The Roosters have officially unveiled Joseph Suaalii after getting under the guard of arch rivals South Sydney to sign the boom teenager.

  • by Adrian Proszenko
'Bruv, are you taking steroids?': Hunt's explosive text to Gallen

'Bruv, are you taking steroids?': Hunt's explosive text to Gallen

An explosive text chain between Paul Gallen and Mark Hunt will ensure their fight at Bankwest Stadium will be personal.

  • by Adrian Proszenko
Curtis Scott commences legal action against police over botched case
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Curtis Scott commences legal action against police over botched case

Already embarrassed by their handling of the matter, the police face the prospect of a six-figure damages payout after Curtis Scott began legal proceedings.

  • by Adrian Proszenko
Oldest living Kangaroos captain Dick Poole celebrates 90th birthday

Oldest living Kangaroos captain Dick Poole celebrates 90th birthday

A living treasure, former Australian rugby league captain Dick Poole celebrated another milestone with his family on Friday.

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Ricky Stuart has never been afraid to speak his mind. Now he'll get a say on league's rules

Ricky Stuart has never been afraid to speak his mind. Now he'll get a say on league's rules

He described the NRL as “boring” before this year’s rule changes, now Ricky Stuart will be among the league luminaries shaping what the game's laws will look like next year.

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Dragons finally release Saab as dominos fall in transfer market

Dragons finally release Saab as dominos fall in transfer market

After months of speculation over his future, St George Illawarra has relented and granted Jason Saab the release he desired to enable him to join Manly.

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Tszyu open to participating in 'big show' stadium fight night

Tszyu open to participating in 'big show' stadium fight night

His immediate focus is on next opponent Bowyn Morgan, but Tim Tszyu is open to the prospect of participating in a fight night featuring the best local talent.

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How the Roosters beat the Rabbitohs to the signature of Joseph Suaalii
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How the Roosters beat the Rabbitohs to the signature of Joseph Suaalii

It proved the sticking point in negotiations with South Sydney, but the Roosters have snared Joseph Suaalii after taking a gamble they believe will pay off.

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Bulldogs roll out the blue and white carpet for Josh Addo-Carr
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Bulldogs roll out the blue and white carpet for Josh Addo-Carr

Fresh from his State of Origin heroics, Storm star Josh Addo-Carr was given a tour of Bulldogs headquarters on Tuesday as part of a pitch to join the ''family club''.

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Titmuss passed medical tests at Manly in days before death

Titmuss passed medical tests at Manly in days before death

Manly player Keith Titmuss didn’t raise any red flags during a series of club medical checks that were conducted just days before he died.

  • by Adrian Proszenko