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NSW coach Laurie Daley says the referees failed to police the ruck in last year's Origin series and has called them to officiate it like any other NRL game.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr will miss the opening match of the NBA finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday because of complications from back surgery.
Australian golfer Wade Ormsby has won a place at the US Open by making the cut-off in a qualifier in England.
Champion Sri Lanka batsman Kumar Sangakkara has fallen short in his quest to join the likes of Don Bradman in making a sixth consecutive first-class century.
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