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  1. Which makes me appreciate this forum so much. On such occasions I can come here and hide which I will be doing next month to avoid the wedding
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  2. I for one welcome our new lizard overlord
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  3. Another royal to fawn over. The hysterical level of sychophantic dribbling makes me want to hurl
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  5. Casualty Ward: Round 8 Brisbane Broncos Brisbane Broncos hooker Andrew McCullough is facing six weeks on the sidelines after suffering a medial ligament injury to his elbow in Friday night's 34-20 loss to the Melbourne Storm. McCullough left the field in the 51st minute of the loss and Broncos high-performance manager Jeremy Hickmans has since confirmed the extent of the injury. "In good news, all tendons are intact and there are no fractures to his arm," Hickmans said. "While there is some muscle damage, it is secondary to the ligament damage. With an injury of this type he is expected to return to the field in four to six weeks." Andrew McCullough (elbow, round 13) Jordan Kahu (jaw, round 9-12) Andre Savelio (knee, season) Matt Gillett (neck, round 16-18) Canberra Raiders The Raiders could have rugged forward Charlie Gubb back on deck this weekend. Charlie Gubb (groin, round 9) Josh Hodgson (knee, round 18) Sam Williams (knee, round 11) Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs The Bulldogs said they got through last Thursday's bruising loss to the Roosters without any injury concerns. Aiden Tolman (ankle, round 13-15) Cronulla Sharks Wade Graham is a strong chance to play this weekend after he was a late scratching against the Panthers on Sunday. Jayson Bukuya (groin, round Paul Gallen (knee, round 11-12) Luke Lewis (calf, TBC) Wade Graham (hamstring, round Gold Coast Titans Titans coach Garth Brennan will consider making changes after the heavy loss to the Cowboys. Dale Copley (hamstring, round 10-11) Nathan Peats (ribs, round 11-13) Manly Warringah Sea Eagles The club has confirmed Brad Parker will miss 4-6 weeks with a torn meniscus in his left knee. Curtis Sironen (knee, season) Kelepi Tanginoa (knee, season) Jorge Taufua (collarbone, round 12) Brad Parker (knee, round 12) Melbourne Storm Melbourne prop Jesse Bromwich suffered a knee injury in the win over Brisbane and he could miss as much as six weeks with his knee injury. Storm football manager Frank Ponissi told Triple M on Sunday afternoon that the club was sweating on the results of scans on the Kiwi international's grade-two medial ligament strain. Jahrome Hughes (shoulder) made his return through reserve grade on the weekend. Jesse Bromwich (knee, round 13-15) Dale Finucane (thumb, round 9) Cheyse Blair (knee, round Sandor Earl (knee, round 17) Newcastle Knights Mitchell Pearce is hopeful of returning from a pectoral injury suffered against the Wests Tigers on Saturday night earlier than expected. "Worse case is four months, so 16 weeks. I've spoken to other guys ... Boyd Cordner from the Roosters is a good mate of mine, he did a similar injury that was 10 weeks. Daniel Tupou is out for 10 weeks," Pearce told local radio station KOFM. "It just depends how you heal. I'm obviously going to think about the best case and that's 10 weeks." Mitchell Pearce (pectoral, round 18-23) Tautau Moga (knee, season) Connor Watson (shoulder, round 8-9) Nick Meaney (ankle, round 13) North Queensland Cowboys Shaun Fensom made his return from his horrific grand final night leg injury last weekend in the Intrust Super Cup, racking up 44 minutes off the bench for the Townsville Blackhawks. Kane Linnett (pectoral, round 13) Jordan McLean (foot, round 16) Josh Chudleigh (knee, season) John Asiata (pectoral, round 18) Parramatta Eels Jarryd Hayne will miss at least a month with the recurrence of his hip injury. Jarryd Hayne (hip, round 11) Nathan Brown (ankle, round Bevan French (shoulder, round Tepai Moeroa (concussion, round Penrith Panthers Penrith winger Josh Mansour could miss the remainder of the Telstra Premiership season after suffering multiple facial fractures last weekend. The Panthers are hopeful Mansour may be able to return after the Holden State of Origin series. However, the Kangaroos winger is bracing for the worst case scenario, which would put him out for the rest of 2018. Waqa Blake (ankle, round 14) Tyrone May (knee, round 9) Tyrone Phillips (pectoral, round 8-9) Nathan Cleary (knee, round 10-11) Tim Browne (bowel, indefinite) Sam McKendry (knee, season) Josh Mansour (cheekbone, indefinite) South Sydney Rabbitohs Cameron Murray was close to playing last weekend so should be right to go for round 8. Cameron Murray (hamstring, round Tyrell Fuimaono (dislocated toe, round 13) Zane Musgrove (ankle, round 13) Dean Britt (groin, indefinite) St George Illawarra Dragons Paul McGregor can't believe how well his team has performed injury-wise in 2018. No injuries Sydney Roosters Roosters hooker Jake Friend looks set to suit up for the Anzac Day clash with the Dragons, named in his customary No.9 jersey. Daniel Tupou (pectoral, round 13-15) Sio Siua Taukeiaho (knee, round 8-9) Jake Friend (concussion, monitored) Warriors Warriors coach Stephen Kearney said back-rower Tohu Harris won't play against the Storm on Anzac Day after failing to get through concussion protocol following a head knock against the Dragons on Friday. Tohu Harris (concussion, round 9) James Gavet (hamstring, round Blake Ayshford (back, indefinite) Gerard Beale (leg, round 9) Nathaniel Roache (neck, season) Leivaha Pulu (foot, TBC) Solomone Kata (ankle, round 9-10) Shaun Johnson (groin, round 9) Wests Tigers The Tigers should have a few of their regular first-graders back on deck this weekend. Russell Packer (knee, round 10) Chris Lawrence (hamstring, round Josh Reynolds (shoulder, round 11) Elijah Taylor (concussion,round Jacob Liddle (sternum, round
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  6. Gainsborough Trinity (established in 1873) were relegated from the National North league yesterday. It is the first time they have ever been promoted or relegated in their entire history.
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  7. Busted. I eat all of them Although I started eating kale as a kid in the 70s that my dad grew in the back garden because you can pick it right through the winter, at a time when our terraced house had neither heating nor an inside toilet. So I reckon kale has done more social climbing than me...
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  8. London marathon today reminded me of a must have track on my running play list.
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  9. It is slightly ironic that Canada can provide the sort of winter rugby that many of those who oppose Toronto's presence bizarrely pine for. Anyway summer is hitting the UK this week after a pretty pleasant weekend, so time to hibernate this thread, hopefully for a long time.
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