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Toothless Sharks sunk by Cowboys in NRL

Townsville : Australia | Sep 02, 2012 at 12:46 AM PDT
Source: The Age
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The Raiders' 42-22 win against the Warriors earlier in the day meant the Sharks were aware at halftime they had to beat the Cowboys to ensure they play the Green Machine in Sydney next Sunday. Neil Henry's Cowboys knew before they game they would finish fifth and host a home final in Townsville regardless... FULL ARTICLE AT The Age
 
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