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Craig Izzard: Former rugby league star guilty of bribe taking over illegal waste dumping - dailytelegraph.com.au

FORMER rugby league player Craig Izzard has been found guilty by the Independent Commission Against Corruption of taking bribes and acting dishonestly in his role as an illegal waste dumping investigator for western Sydney councils.

Izzard, who played for the Penrith Panthers and Parramatta Eels, faced the corruption watchdog last year over a number of allegations that he asked for money in return for ignoring illegal asbestos-ridden waste dumping between January 2015 and March 2016.

Found guilty... Craig Izzard.Aerial photograph from ICAC Operation Scania.Craig Izzard in his rugby league career.

Findings of Operation Scania released on Wednesday found Izzard, 52, engaged in serious corrupt conduct in his role as Western Sydney Regional Illegal Dumping Squad officer.

Mr Izzard earlier said he helped an associate, Nosir Kabite, submit development applications on properties in...


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Auckland Nines may be shelved next year due to Rugby League World Cup - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Auckland Nines could be missing from the calendar next year as the event's promoters and the NRL wrestle with how to fit it into an off-season schedule that includes the World Cup.

The possibility of a venue change in 2018 was raised after poor crowds attended the tournament in February but Fairfax Media has learnt it's increasingly likely that it won't go ahead at all.

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Group 4 league boss Mick Schmiedel talks tough about sport's future - Cootamundra Herald

NSW: A country rugby league group president reckons 'lazy' parents and 'soft' kids are ruining the game.

LONE RIDER: Group 4 boss Mick Schmiedel is known for calling it how he sees it, and has done so again - taking 'lazy' parents and 'soft' kids to task.

LONE RIDER: Group 4 boss Mick Schmiedel is known for calling it how he sees it, and has done so again - taking 'lazy' parents and 'soft' kids to task.

Plain-talking Group 4 president Mick Schmiedel has bemoaned the dramatic drop in junior league players graduating to the senior ranks in the region – and has laid the blame on “lazy” parents and “soft” children.

With the league heartland in danger of becoming a wasteland in the under-16 and under-18 ranks, the former long-standing player, who is a veteran administrator and coach, said parents needed to get “off the couch” and get their kids involved in league.

“I put the blame, and they won’t like this, squarely at mums and dads,” he said.

“I think a lot of mums and dads have just got too lazy now to take their kids to training...


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Fight erupts at under-7s rugby league match between Kingsgrove ... - dailytelegraph.com.au

POLICE were called to an under-7s rugby league match today after a sideline dispute between parents turned ugly.

The unedifying incident, which involved chair throwing and shoving, led to the game being abandoned and pleas to “get the kids outta here” — happened at Renown Park, Oatley in Sydney’s southern suburbs about 10am.

The dispute was sparked after a contentious decision by a female referee during the under-7s match between the Kingsgrove Colts and Kogarah Cougars.

Coaches from the opposing teams started arguing shortly after the referee had awarded a penalty.

A trainer for the Kogarah Cougars then injected himself into the dispute, pushing his way towards a man in a grey shirt from the opposing team.

The altercation turned ugly at the under-7s rugby league match.

Witnesses said the trainer was being held back by other parents, calming down after about a minute.

Then the...


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Sin Bin: Kiwis chase Brian Smith for Rugby League World Cup - The Sydney Morning Herald

Brian Smith could make a shock return to the coaching box in the upcoming Rugby League World Cup.

New Zealand are seeking to bolster their brains trust after assistant coach Steve McNamara stood down from the role to take up the top job at Super League club Les Catalans. We're reliably informed Smith is at the top of a hit-list to help oversee head coach David Kidwell's World Cup preparations.

Look who's back: Brian Smith may be joining the Kiwis coaching team for the rugby league world cup. Look who's back: Brian Smith may be joining the Kiwis coaching team for the rugby league world cup. Photo: Colin Whelan

Kidwell and Smith have a strong relationship from their time at Parramatta, where Smith coached the fiery forward during his decade-long stint at the club.

It's unclear what Smith's official title would be, but it's likely to be more along the lines of coaching director or technical analyst than assistant coach.

The potential appointment was a hot topic when the NZRL board...


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Andrew Demetriou's warning to NRL: Underestimate Ian Prendergast at your peril - The Sydney Morning Herald

Former AFL chief executive Andrew Demetriou has a blunt message for the NRL: underestimate players' association boss Ian Prendergast at your peril.

"He can be firm, he can be tough, he can stubborn," Demetriou says. "In that role, you have to be. You've got a guy who never sought to be a profile guy. It's easy to say he's not an NRL person. He's experiencing that now; I've seen some of the commentary coming out after him because he doesn't know the game. I don't buy that. Strategically, because he's an 'outsider' coming into a different sporting code, he's quite cleverly used the players to their advantage."

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Targeting Johnathan Thurston all part of toughest game of all - The Sydney Morning Herald

Tyson Frizell, the man who reinjured the game's best player, Johnathan Thurston, says he has no regrets about what happened on the field, even though it cost Thurston an Origin III farewell.

Thurston's shoulder has been the hot topic post-Origin, made that way by Andrew Johns' honest assessment of the Blues' performance and the subsequent season-ending surgery. Johns famously slammed the Blues for not going at Thurston all game long and exploiting his injury. It was something that Frizell certainly did when he was on the field.

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Mitchell Pearce field goal sinks Melbourne Storm at Adelaide Oval - The Sydney Morning Herald

The agony of State of Origin was replaced with the ecstasy of a golden-point thriller on Saturday for halfback Mitchell Pearce who's superb field goal was the difference between the Sydney Roosters and the Melbourne Storm at the Adelaide Oval.

Pearce's 35m strike was successful despite serious pressure from Cameron Munster, and completed a remarkable 12-point comeback in front of a stunned 21,492-strong South Australian crowd.

Late drama: Mitchell Pearce is mobbed by teammates after slotting home the winning field goal in golden point. Late drama: Mitchell Pearce is mobbed by teammates after slotting home the winning field goal in golden point. Photo: Daniel Kalisz

Just three nights ago Pearce was left slumped on the turf of ANZ Stadium after Queensland broke NSW hearts with a late comeback of their own to force a decider in Origin game three.

But that was all forgotten, momentarily at least, as the Roosters closed the gap on Melbourne at the top of the NRL ladder to just two points. As it...


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Rugby league star Dylan Napa knocked out at party but police investigation stymied - dailytelegraph.com.au

IT was the Palm Beach charity party that ended with $20,000 damage to a house and a rugby league star ­allegedly knocked out with a fireplace poker — but nobody wants to talk to police.

Roosters star Dylan Napa, who played in Queensland’s State of Origin victory on Wednesday night, was left unconscious after he was ­allegedly hit in the head with a fireplace poker by Robert Whitten, 34, in a bizarre end to the charity party at a northern beaches mansion on ­December 10.

But Whitten has avoided being charged after Napa agreed to give police a statement but requested no action be taken in relation to him being knocked out.

Queensland player Dylan Napa allegedly went to a woman’s aid and a scuffle broke out.

Whitten and his wife ­Brihony Whitten were allegedly hired to work as cleaners for the party.

But according to court documents, at some time ­between 10pm and 3.50am, Napa, who...


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I want to pick my kids up, says injured Thurston

Johnathan Thurston shrieks after winning Origin II for Queensland

Johnathan Thurston will miss one of the biggest games of his decorated NRL career, but the decision to choose family ahead of his personal sporting goals was an easy one.

"I did ask [whether I could play Game III], and the advice they gave me was that I could, but if the tear gets any bigger than the quality of your life post-football isn't going to be great," Thurston told Triple M Brisbane.

"I probably wouldn't be able to pick my kids up and things like that.

"While I would love to be there for game three, I would prefer to be able to pick my kids up a thousand times over, so the decision was pretty easy.

"In the end, as much as I'm shattered, life after football is not far away. And that was the decision."

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Australian Wheelchair Rugby League team prepares for World Cup in France - ABC Online

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When Craig Cannane was paralysed by a motorcycle accident at age 18, he thought he would never play rugby league again.

Damage to his L1 vertebrae left him an incomplete paraplegic — his left leg is paralysed while he has use of his right leg.

But six years ago he was introduced to wheelchair rugby league and his passion for the game was reignited.

"I've played rugby league since I was nine," Mr Cannane said.

"So after my accident I thought I'd never play again and that I'd only have to sit and watch it.

"Being Australian, rugby league is a big thing so when it came here, nothing was going to stop me playing it."

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Former rugby league player Craig Izzard found corrupt by ICAC - The Sydney Morning Herald

Former rugby league player Craig Izzard has been found corrupt by the Independent Commission Against Corruption for agreeing to accept bribes in exchange for not investigating unlawful asbestos dumping during his employment as an anti-dumping investigator.

Mr Izzard, a former investigator with the Western Sydney Regional Illegal Dumping Squad (RIDS), was found to have engaged in "serious corrupt conduct" by the commission on Tuesday. The matter has now been referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions for the consideration of criminal charges.

Former rugby league player Craig Izzard has been found corrupt by the ICAC for agreeing to accept bribes in exchange for ... Former rugby league player Craig Izzard has been found corrupt by the ICAC for agreeing to accept bribes in exchange for not investigating illegal dumping. Photo: Peter Rae

As part of its finding, the ICAC has recommended the NSW government considers enacting a specific and serious standalone offence for the disposal of asbestos waste, as...


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Dubbo College out to continue its rugby league dominance | Daily ... - Daily Liberal

The Dubbo side, which meets Orange on Friday is stacked with Western Rams players.

PLAYMAKER: Jai Merritt will be key for Dubbo College in its two rugby league matches. Photo: NICK MCGRATH

PLAYMAKER: Jai Merritt will be key for Dubbo College in its two rugby league matches. Photo: NICK MCGRATH

Dubbo College sports coordinator believes the Astley Cup rugby league competition is as tight as its ever been but anything other than two Dubbo wins would come as a shock in the 2017 competition.

Dubbo College’s first tie for 2017 starts on Thursday at Orange, with tennis, both boys and girls soccer, athletics and the Mulvey Cup debate on the agenda.

Rugby league, one of Dubbo’s great strengths and points of pride in recent years, kicks off on Friday morning but despite his side being stacked with Western Rams players, May doesn’t expect an easy task.

“The Astley Cup rugby league is as even as it can be,” he said.

“Last year against Bathurst it was one of the most competitive games you’ll see...


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Rugby league 'choir' helps launch new Marymount College hymn - Catholic Leader

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On song: Burleigh Heads parish administrator Fr Stanley Orji joined opens rugby league player Oliver Singh and composer Peter Shaw for the launch of Marymount College’s new hymn.

A ROUSING rendition of Marymount College’s new hymn Deus, Meus et Omnia (God is my all) raised the roof at its annual Mary Help of Christians feast day Mass.

The college’s open rugby league team led the way when they joined the choir to lead the school in singing what will become a new tradition.

Rugby coach and mentor Jason Hamilton said it came as no surprise the team was prepared to display its vocal talent.

“The opening line of the first stanza said: ‘Take pride in the name of Marymount’ and that was what we are all about with this team,” Mr Hamilton said.

“The young men’s growth as a group is all about the strength they muster through pride in all they do, both on and off the field.

“We couldn’t wait...


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State of Origin: Game 3 will be the most-watched rugby league event in history - Wide World of Sports

State of Origin Game III in 2017 will now become the biggest and most-watched rugby league match in history. 

The stage is set. An Origin decider, at Suncorp Stadium, with Queensland Champion Jonathan Thurston playing his last ever match in those famous Maroon Queensland colours. 

What a great result for the game. 

But how the hell did we get here? 

This series looked pretty much over at half-time of last night's Game II encounter with NSW leading 16-6 and seemingly in total control. 

After 2 hours of Origin football in 2017, New South Wales led Queensland 44-10. 

Now they find themselves as outsiders in a Game III decider in Brisbane in three weeks time.  

Incredible. 

But that's Origin football. 

The Blues won Game I by 28-4. At half time in Game II they led 16-6. 

For 120 minutes the Blues were completely dominant and  untroubled by the...


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Group 4 league boss Mick Schmiedel talks tough about sport's future - Victor Harbor Times

NSW: A country rugby league group president reckons 'lazy' parents and 'soft' kids are ruining the game.

LONE RIDER: Group 4 boss Mick Schmiedel is known for calling it how he sees it, and has done so again - taking 'lazy' parents and 'soft' kids to task.

LONE RIDER: Group 4 boss Mick Schmiedel is known for calling it how he sees it, and has done so again - taking 'lazy' parents and 'soft' kids to task.

Plain-talking Group 4 president Mick Schmiedel has bemoaned the dramatic drop in junior league players graduating to the senior ranks in the region – and has laid the blame on “lazy” parents and “soft” children.

With the league heartland in danger of becoming a wasteland in the under-16 and under-18 ranks, the former long-standing player, who is a veteran administrator and coach, said parents needed to get “off the couch” and get their kids involved in league.

“I put the blame, and they won’t like this, squarely at mums and dads,” he said.

“I think a lot of mums and dads have just got too lazy now to take their kids to training...


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Hayne losing sleep over Origin stuff-ups

Jarryd Hayne looks on during NSW's loss to Maroons in State of Origin Game II in Sydney.
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NSW star Jarryd Hayne admits master coach Wayne Bennett had every right to call him out for bombing a near-certain try in the Blues' State of Origin II loss to Queensland.

Two days after the heartbreaking defeat, Hayne bounced back with an explosive flurry of points to set up Gold Coast's 26-14 win over Wests Tigers on Friday night.

The NSW centre scored two tries and set up a third in the space of 10 second-half minutes to almost single-handedly snap the Titans' four-game losing streak and keep their season alive.

The performance came almost a year after the code-hopping star infamously...


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NRL Live: Cowboys take on Panthers in Townsville

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Auckland Nines may be shelved next year due to Rugby League ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Auckland Nines could be missing from the calendar next year as the event's promoters and the NRL wrestle with how to fit it into an off-season schedule that includes the World Cup.

The possibility of a venue change in 2018 was raised after poor crowds attended the tournament in February but Fairfax Media has learnt it's increasingly likely that it won't go ahead at all.

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Astley Cup 2017: Dubbo College rugby league side looking to maintain its dominance over Bathurst and Orange - Daily Liberal

The Dubbo side, which meets Orange on Friday is stacked with Western Rams players.

PLAYMAKER: Jai Merritt will be key for Dubbo College in its two rugby league matches. Photo: NICK MCGRATH

PLAYMAKER: Jai Merritt will be key for Dubbo College in its two rugby league matches. Photo: NICK MCGRATH

Dubbo College sports coordinator believes the Astley Cup rugby league competition is as tight as its ever been but anything other than two Dubbo wins would come as a shock in the 2017 competition.

Dubbo College’s first tie for 2017 starts on Thursday at Orange, with tennis, both boys and girls soccer, athletics and the Mulvey Cup debate on the agenda.

Rugby league, one of Dubbo’s great strengths and points of pride in recent years, kicks off on Friday morning but despite his side being stacked with Western Rams players, May doesn’t expect an easy task.

“The Astley Cup rugby league is as even as it can be,” he said.

“Last year against Bathurst it was one of the most competitive games you’ll see...


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    Pos Team P W D L
    1 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 24 19 0 5
    2 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 24 17 1 6
    3 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (P) 24 17 1 6
    4 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 24 15 0 9
    5 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 24 15 0 9
    6 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 24 14 0 10
    7 Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 14 0 10
    8 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 24 11 1 12
    9 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 11 0 13
    10 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 24 10 0 14
    11 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 24 10 0 14
    12 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 9 0 15
    13 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24 8 0 16
    14 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 24 13 0 11
    15 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 24 6 0 18
    16 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 24 1 1 22
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