IT was just one sentence, said with a confidence and even a little enthusiasm.
IT doesn't get much better than slotting a goal for your new club and for a footballer there is nothing worse than knowing that injury will keep you out for the season.
AN adventurous Cairns upbringing is to blame for Charlie Dixon's sporadic season with the Gold Coast Suns although it should not stand in the way of his homecoming on July 13.
NOT one, not two, but three marathons in three days.
It wasn't South Sydney's best performance, but Rabbitohs coach Michael Maguire was content to win ugly at Barlow Park yesterday.
THE Rabbitohs' have found a second home away from Sydney after scoring a thrilling 30-24 victory over the Titans in Cairns today.
THAT South Sydney coach Michael Maguire says the Rabbitohs have plenty of improvement in them almost sounds like a threat.
CAIRNS is set to reap almost $2 million from this weekend's NRL match between the Rabbitohs and Titans, according to a local economist.
HE is yet to meet his coach and doesn't know the way home from the Taipans' stadium, but Mitchell Young is hardly a fish out of water in Cairns.
IN another major event coup for Far North Queensland, Cairns will host the 2017 UCI Mountain Bike and Trials World Championships.
GOLD Coast co-captain Nate Mylesis not expecting a warm welcome when he returns home to Barlow Parktomorrow.
GORDONVALE may be erecting a sign to acknowledge their home grown football star, but Cape York community Hope Vale are going one better.
THE Dalai Lama's first stop in Sydney yesterdaywas marked by jokes, singing, and frenzied selfies from fans who were eager to pose with the religious leader before his minders hustled him away.
SOUTH Sydney five-eighth John Sutton says the Rabbitohs are treating the Gold Coast Titans with plenty of respect as they prepare for Sunday's NRL showdown in Cairns.
THE message-bank of South Sydney CEO Shane Richardson succinctly articulates his passion for the Rabbitohs in less than 12 seconds.
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