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    Mumford looking for four-year deal

    27/07/2018 - Author: admin

    Swans premiership ruckman Shane Mumford is out of contract, with negotiations yet to begin on what his management hopes could be a new four-year deal. He is sure to attract attention from several clubs if talks break down.
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    Melbourne’s Max Gawn is another ruckman seeking a new deal, with discussions also on hold.

    Mumford’s current four-year deal, estimated to be worth between $250,000 and $300,000 a season, is about to expire.

    His agent, Anthony McConville, of Mac’s Sports, and the Swans agreed over summer to wait until at least the mid-season break to open discussions.

    Mumford, who will turn 27 in July, is one of the competition’s premier ruckmen, although he appears to have been hindered by injury this season.

    He has played 64 matches for the Swans since leaving Geelong, after he was unable to dislodge Brad Ottens and Mark Blake during the 2009 finals campaign.

    ”He is 26. In a perfect world, I would like to look at four years, to be honest,” McConville said of imminent contract discussions.

    ”If it is three years, it’s three. If it’s two, it’s two. I haven’t had the conversation with them [Sydney].

    ”I will go to the table with an open mind. In saying that, we have a relative amount of expectation … We will see where it takes us.”

    The lucrative deal the Swans offered four years ago raised some eyebrows, but both parties have prospered. Mumford was traded for pick 28, which the Cats used to secure Mitch Duncan.

    ”It was a good, fair deal considering the output they have got from a player over the last three and a bit years now,” McConville said.

    ”I am sure they [Swans] are happy with the result.”

    Mumford has worked well alongside flourishing ruckman Mike Pyke, although just what the Swans do in terms of selection of their big men when Kurt Tippett is available after his league-imposed suspension is intriguing.

    Former Swans premiership coach Paul Roos this week acknowledged the importance of stockpiling ruckmen, having watched Fremantle’s big men department decimated by injury.

    ”I would say there is always interest from clubs, especially with his quality,” McConville said.

    ”I would expect to have the conversation with the club around midyear. I wouldn’t imagine there would be too many issues going forward – hopefully not. But, I mean, we’ll see.

    ”There are a lot of things to take into consideration, obviously, when players are out of contract, both for the player and the club.

    ”It was always said from the start of this season that we won’t start talking until midyear. We are still a few weeks from that period. They were happy with that, I was happy with that.”

    Mumford’s hitouts to advantage have dipped from 28 per cent last season to 21 per cent, but he still wins 52 per cent of all hitouts.

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    No muzzle on Clarke’s men for Ashes

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    There is no danger Australia will follow England’s lead and ban players from talking about the Ashes, after James Pattinson revealed the bowlers’ plan to ”open up” England by targeting their captain and best batsman Alastair Cook.
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    England coach Andy Flower has muzzled his players, who have been told they will face disciplinary action if they shift focus from the series against New Zealand and the Champions Trophy to talk publicly about the more glamorous Ashes assignment that follows.

    Australian captain Michael Clarke has no such concerns, and has encouraged his troops to keep talking and tweeting as the Champions Trophy and Australia A squads prepare to depart for Britain this weekend.

    ”I’m very open to the guys talking about whatever they want to talk about. I love the fact that in the Australian team we allow people to be themselves,” Clarke said. ”That’s probably one of the great advantages of social media … We understand there’s a line and don’t overstep the mark. [But] there’s no restrictions in regards to guys not talking about the Ashes.”

    Pattinson, the potent young paceman, took immediate advantage of the licence, taking early aim at Cook. The opening batsman scored 1249 runs at 48.03 last year but was dismissed by left-arm quick Trent Boult in both innings in the first Test against New Zealand at Lord’s, for 32 and 21.

    ”The big thing for us is Cook, he’s their star batsman, their captain, their leader, so we want to get into him as much as possible, not really verbally,” Pattinson said. ”As a bowling group, we’ll be working hard on trying to get into him early on, bowl to his weaknesses and try to get his wicket because we feel like if we can do that, we can open them up quite early.

    Cook averages 50 against Australia and Peter Siddle foreshadowed a new approach.

    ”In the past we have tried too many different things instead of sticking to what we knew would work. If we keep that consistency we know we can build pressure on him,” Siddle said.

    The Australians have also been monitoring Cook’s opening partner Nick Compton, who has made two centuries in his first eight Tests, and young middle order batsmen Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow, one of whom is expected to make way for Kevin Pietersen if he proves his fitness before the Ashes.

    ”Joe Root looks a pretty composed player … Compton is finding it hard, getting lbw a lot, he closes off quite a bit,” Pattinson said. ”You look at those things, find out weaknesses, but they’re all class batsmen. The big thing for us is don’t have any doubts, trust our ability, that will shine through in the end.”

    The 23-year-old fast bowler, who has recovered from abdominal surgery, has milked his older brother and Nottingham veteran Darren for information about bowling at Trent Bridge, the seam-friendly venue for the first Test.

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    Ryan in mix to join revamped Storm

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    GreenEDGE Cycling boss and Melbourne businessman Gerry Ryan says he will decide early next month whether to join the consortium that has taken control of Melbourne Storm.
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    European-based Kiwis Bart Campbell and Michael Watt and Melbourne millionaire Matthew Tripp have been identified as members of Holding MS, the company that assumed control of the Storm from News Limited on Tuesday.

    Ryan has also been mentioned but told Fairfax Media he was yet to commit to the group.

    ”I think we’re all going to meet on the fourth or the third of June, when we’re going to discuss the final rollout of the new structure,” Ryan said.

    ”We’ll have some dialogue then and I’ll decide what I’m going to do.

    ”I don’t have time to be the owner or major shareholder. But I have said before I think the club can work.”

    Ryan said it was his understanding that three individuals were already committed and five more had been asked to take part.

    Ryan said he was impressed with new chief executive Mark Evans and that the new owners would ”bring value to the club” but believed it would ”take a few years to turn the club around”.

    ■ Storm coach Craig Bellamy said he always believed James Maloney, who lines up for the Roosters against Melbourne on Saturday, would be a first grader and added the ex-Storm player would not be out of place in the NSW team. Maloney left the Storm for the Warriors in 2009 after playing four first-grade games.

    ”I used to play against his old man,” said Bellamy. ”He was a tough unit, his old man. James is of the same ilk. He’s a tough, gritty player , he’s probably made for origin.

    ”I don’t really think about, when they leave here, what level they’re going to get to. I knew he was a first-grade player, without a doubt. He’s done tremendously well. He’s had a real good career over there at the Warriors.

    ”If he does get that [blue] jumper, it’s going to be an enormous credit to him. He hasn’t had the easiest start to his career … but he’s worked really hard and it will be a real pride thing for him and his family if he gets that blue jumper.”

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    The Secret Agent: Injury will not affect Thomas contract

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    ‘I got a shelf life of 10 years, tops. My next contract’s gotta bring me the dollars that’ll last me and mine a long time. S—, I’m out of this sport in five years. What’s my family gonna live on? Huh?”
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    Rod Tidwell put the life of a professional athlete into perspective with this powerful statement he provided to his agent in the hit movie Jerry McGuire. A sound contract requires both parties to share in the potential risks and ensure the outcome protects the athlete’s future. Recently, we have seen players’ contract status played out for all to see – Lance Franklin, Dale Thomas, Matthew Leuenberger and veteran free agent Adam Cooney. Each has different strengths and a different level of bargaining power. A player must establish what key objectives are important and how their agent arrives at that point.

    The science of contract negotiation is simple. An agent must go into discussions at their player’s strongest point: the point that they know their player has reached the level of consistency required at AFL level, and in the case of the competition’s elite, the point where the industry recognises them as one of the best players in their position.

    Collingwood star Thomas will not play again until at least round 20. For a player out of contract, this is not ideal. Many would suggest this will diminish his market value, but when you’re a player of his reputation you will easily command a considerable price on the open market, and Collingwood must factor this in. The market has already set its expectation and the fact he is injured will not deter anyone from paying market value.

    Franklin finds himself in arguably the most powerful position a player has ever been. He is marketable, kicks goals and is the hallmark of the competition’s elite physical status. Franklin’s decision to hold off on talks with Hawthorn is the new age of contractual negotiation. It’s about allowing the market to determine the value he truly brings. The key factor for most is to consolidate their financial future.

    For others, it’s the chance to attend the big dance for the first time or in Brian Lake’s case, the chance to attend one more time. Lake recognised that he had three years of football left, and his agent found a club that best provided this. Money was never the deciding factor.

    It is something for Robert Murphy and Nick Dal Santo to consider. Does the name on the locker mean the most? What do they want their career to be remembered for?

    A lot of the time the finances are not the issue. A loyal servant will always get paid well. It’s the importance a player puts on success that’s the immeasurable commodity.

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    Khawaja to turn over a new leaf in Ashes series

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    Men on a mission: Usman Khawaja (centre) joins captain Michael Clarke (left) and Australian cricket teammates on Wednesday. Photo: Brendan EspositoUsman Khawaja says he is misunderstood by some in the Cricket Australia hierarchy, admitting that a casual exterior was often mistaken for a bad attitude by those that ”don’t really know me well enough”.
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    The 26-year-old has pinpointed the Ashes series in July and August as the battleground to finally confirm himself as a worthy and permanent member of Australia’s top six.

    He has been stranded on the periphery in the past two years, playing only six Tests since his debut in Sydney in 2011, and against England is desperate to put behind him his days of being 12th man, a standby, or an extra batsman on tour.

    Khawaja, now based in Queensland after quitting NSW last year, has been well aware of a belief held by some within Australia’s management that his attitude needed improving.

    Being one of four players controversially stood down for a Test in India during that abysmal tour did not help his cause but the gifted Pakistan-born left-hander is adamant he works as hard as anyone.

    ”There are a lot of new people in Cricket Australia and I think that a lot of people who say that don’t really know me well enough,” Khawaja said.

    ”I don’t think you can get to state level or even playing for Australia for that fact without working your arse off. I think it’s impossible. I’ve done a lot of hard work to get where I am. It is disappointing sometimes to hear that. All I can do is go out there and prove myself on the field. All we’re thinking about right now is getting those Ashes back. I know if I can contribute to that then I can get a bit more comfortable where I am in international cricket.”

    Speaking for the first time about being a member of the so-called Mohali Four – the players suspended for March’s third Test for not completing performance feedback on time – Khawaja explained his bitter disappointment.

    ”I felt like I did everything I could up until that point. I was training as hard as I could, as long as I could, trying to tick all the boxes, and it was unfortunate, probably mis-communication on my part, that I didn’t hand in what we had to hand in on time,” he said. ”I’ve learnt from that. I was very disappointed, I was a bit frustrated, a bit angry, but it’s all part of life, all part of cricket and I’m just grateful to be on this Ashes tour.”

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    Clarke happy to talk up Ashes

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    There is absolutely no danger that Australia will follow England’s lead and ban its players from talking about the Ashes, with James Pattinson revealing the bowlers’ plan to ”open up” England by targeting the captain and best batsman, Alastair Cook.
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    England coach Andy Flower has muzzled his players, who have been told they will face disciplinary action if they shift focus from the current series against New Zealand and the forthcoming Champions Trophy to talk publicly about the more glamorous Ashes assignment that follows.

    Australian captain Michael Clarke has no such concerns, and has encouraged his troops to keep talking and tweeting as the Champions Trophy and Australia A squads prepare to depart for the UK this weekend.

    ”I’m very open to the guys talking about whatever they want to talk about. I love the fact that in the Australian team we allow people to be themselves,” Clarke said.

    ”That’s probably one of the great advantages of social media … We understand there’s a line and don’t overstep the mark. [But] there’s no restrictions in regards to guys not talking about the Ashes.”

    Pattinson, the potent young paceman, took immediate advantage of the licence, taking early aim at Cook. The England captain and opening batsman scored 1249 runs at 48.03 last year but was dismissed by left-arm quick Trent Boult in both innings in the first Test against New Zealand at Lord’s, for 32 and 21.

    ”The big thing for us is Cook, he’s their star batsman, their captain, their leader, so we want to get into him as much as possible, not really verbally,” Pattinson told Fairfax Media. ”As a bowling group, we’ll be working hard on trying to get into him early on, bowl to his weaknesses and try to get his wicket because we feel like if we can do that we can open them up quite early. Over the last few years bowlers around the world have struggled to find weaknesses. He’s a tall guy but he plays really well if you drop short.”

    Cook averages 50 against Australia and Peter Siddle foreshadowed a new approach.

    ”In the past we have tried too many different things instead of sticking to what we knew would work. If we keep that consistency we know we can build pressure on him. We know where we need to bowl to him and this series will [be] a lot different from how we’ve gone about it in the past,” Siddle said.

    The Australians have also been monitoring Cook’s opening partner Nick Compton, who has made two centuries in his first eight Tests, and young middle-order batsmen Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow, one of whom is expected to make way for Kevin Pietersen if he proves his fitness before the Ashes.

    ”Joe Root looks a pretty composed player … Compton is finding it hard, getting lbw a lot, he closes off quite a bit,” Pattinson said. ”You look at those things, find out weaknesses, but they’re all class batsmen. The big thing for us is don’t have any doubts, trust our ability, that will shine through in the end.”

    The 23-year-old fast bowler, who has recovered from abdominal surgery, has milked his older brother and Nottingham veteran Darren for information about bowling at Trent Bridge, the seam-friendly venue for the first Test.

    ”He’s given me a great insight into Notts and what to expect there, as well as a lot of the venues,” he said. ”That’s great information I can pass on to the rest of the boys.”

    Australia had the three leading wicket-takers in the 2009 Ashes, but Siddle expects the bowling group – which also includes Ryan Harris, Mitchell Starc, Jackson Bird, all-rounder James Faulkner and spinner Nathan Lyon – to pose a more constant threat.

    ”Yes, we had the three leading wicket-takers, but we lacked consistency. We let England get away at too many crucial times and they scored loads of runs at those times that cost us matches,” Siddle said.

    ”So that is going to be the key. When we’ve had success in the last couple of years, we’ve built pressure from both ends and really tied the runs down, which makes it a whole lot easier on the batsmen as well.”

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    NHRU sees red over foul play, crowd behaviour

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    THE NHRU plans to crack down on foul play after a spike in incidents referred to the judiciary.
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    So far the incidents have been confined to lower grades, but NHRU general manager Fenton Coull said there was a worrying trend towards a rise of bad behaviour among crowds.

    Last Saturday in the Colts game between Merewether-Carlton and Easts one player was red-carded and another three were given yellows following a fight.

    ‘‘We’re going to get the judiciary to start cracking down and talk to the clubs because it hasn’t just been on-field incidents,’’ Coull said.

    ‘‘There’s been a lot of stuff going on off the field.

    ‘‘We had a real good run with judiciary at the start of the year, but it’s gone all haywire.’’

    This week six players were cited by the judiciary, five seniors and one junior.

    The week before eight players were cited, including six juniors.

    Not all were found guilty of their charges.

    ■ Wanderers will celebrate their growing Pacific Islander influence on Saturday when they host a charity night at No.2 Sportsground.

    During the night the Two Blues 12 players and five coaching staff of Islander background will provide traditional food and entertainment.

    Money raised will go towards a player welfare fund.

    ‘‘The other outcome of the night is to spread an awareness of each of our players’ culture and give them a chance to show the rest of club what they’re about,’’ Wanderers assistant coach Roman Brady said.

    ■ Easts secretary Richard Warry is hopeful the club will receive a Fijian boost soon.

    The club are negotiating with three players from the Pacific island nation – a prop, five-eighth and No.8.

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    Game to help bereaved family

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    THE Newcastle Rugby League community was left in shock last month when former Souths and Western Suburbs lock Nathan Kelly died suddenly, aged 33.
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    That same community is now rallying together to support Kelly’s children, Hayden, 6, and Makayla, 3.

    Kelly was sleeping in the early hours of April 18 when he had a heart attack.

    Sunday’s local derby between the Rosellas and Lions at Harker Oval will be used to raise money for his children and commemorate his life.

    The former Knights junior last played in the Real NRL in 2002, but the match will have strong ties to the family as his brother-in-law Dane Queenan plays five-eighth for Souths.

    “It’s a tragedy having two young kids aged three and six,” Queenan said.

    “It still doesn’t feel real.”

    Kelly moved down from Taree in 1996 to accept a Knights scholarship and later played 54 grade games at Wests from 1998 to 2000, mostly at lock.

    His stint at the Rosellas included two undefeated minor and major premierships in under 20s and a reserve-grade title.

    In 2001 and 2002 Kelly spent two seasons at Souths, where he played 22 first-grade games.

    Former Wests player and close friend Brock Willis said Kelly had remained close with many of his former Rosellas teammates.

    “When we went to the funeral all the Wests boys just remembered him as having that cheeky grin and being a hard worker and fitness fanatic,” Willis said.

    “He had that persona about him that everyone loved.”

    After his successful rugby league career, Kelly kept his competitive juices flowing in triathlon.

    He also helped organise and raise money for the Hunter Medical Research Institute while participating in the Sparke Helmore Triathlon.

    He built a career as a lawyer at Newcastle law firm Moray & Agnew, where he worked in litigation and personal injury.

    A benefit night will be held at Wests Leagues Club later in the year to raise money for Hayden and Makayla.

    On Sunday, Wests will donate all money raised from their juniors raffles to Kelly’s family.

    Souths and Wests players will wear black armbands and a minute’s appreciation will be held before kick-off.

    TRAGEDY: Nathan Kelly with his children, Hayden and Makayla.

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    Newcastle Barbarians game added to Lions tour

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    THE British and Irish Lions’ visit to the Hunter has become even bigger, with a Newcastle Barbarians game added to the festival of rugby.
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    The Barbarians, made up of players from all 10 NHRU clubs, will host Durham University First XV at No.2 Sportsground on June10, the night before the Lions match against a Combined Country side at Hunter Stadium.

    Durham were crowned British Universities and College Sport champions last season and have produced England captains such as Phil de Glanville and Will Carling.

    The Durham players will travel to Australia to follow the Lions.

    Hamilton and Newcastle representative coach Scott Coleman will mentor the Barbarians side.

    ‘‘The majority of the players are excited,’’ Coleman said.

    ‘‘A couple of the coaches aren’t that keen on it due to risk of injuries. At the end of the day they’re going to get injured in any round, but there’s a bit of prestige behind it and it’s also for charity.

    ‘‘We’re not saying it’s the best side in Newcastle. We’ve made a conscious effort to pick a minimum of two from every club in Premier Rugby.’’

    Durham University’s second XV will play in the curtain-raiser against a Newcastle All-Star Barbarians team made up of ex-Wallabies, Super Rugby stars and rugby league players such as Steve Merrick, Ben Darwin, Daniel Manu and Tim Brasher.

    ‘‘With that English side they’ll have a few guys with them touring, and anyone who’s in town for the Lions game early … they’ll watch it,’’ Coleman said.

    ‘‘It’s a bit of a stage for the younger blokes.’’

    The games will raise money for Ronald McDonald House and Hearts in Union charities.

    Corporate sponsorships costing $250 and $500, which include a chance to mingle with former Wallabies, are available.

    Contact Barbarians team manager Danny Maiava on 0410701962.

    The 32-man Barbarians squad, to be cut to 25 before the match: Anthony Barrett, Dillon Rowney, Tipiloma Kivalu, Tom Eymael, Luke Sherwood (Wanderers), John Taufaao, Junior To’o, Brendan Holiday (Lake Macquarie), Ed MacDonald, Adam Nolan, Gareth Ernst, Pratik Ahuja (Merewether), Nick Palmer, Nick Boyd, Sireli Bainivalu, Damien Wells (Hamilton), Josh Afoa, Dylan Heins, Hayden Pedersen, Tim Riley, Francis Deng (Waratahs), Dan Collins, Chad Northcott (Nelson Bay), Nick Lane, James Wilkinson (University), Adrian Sutter, Tyler Ostle (Southern Beaches), Marty Lisiua, Andrew Tuala, Ridge Maa-Nelson (Easts), James Johnson, Lachlan Gulliver (Maitland).

    Tyler Ostle, centre, from Southern Beaches, has been selectedin the 32-man Barbarians squad.

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    VIDEO: New contract for Gagai

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    DANE Gagai’s career was at the crossroads this time last year.
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    Just 21 at the time, the Broncos had run out of patience with him after his slack attitude led to a series of disciplinary breaches. They tore up the two-year contract he signed in March last year.

    In stepped Knights coach Wayne Bennett, who had coached Gagai’s father, Ray, during the Broncos’ formative years, and he threw the kid a lifeline.

    The Mackay-born former Junior Kangaroos and Queensland Schoolboys rugby union representative joined the Knights on an incentive-based deal, knuckled down in his new home town and showed flashes of brilliance in 12 NRL appearances.

    Gagai has continued to impress this season, despite missing four games due to torn ankle ligaments, and has been rewarded with an upgraded two-year contract that will keep him at the Knights until the end of 2015.

    Earmarked as a future Queensland State of Origin representative, the elusive right centre said repaying the faith the Knights showed in him was one of the main reasons he re-signed.

    “I was happy enough to sign another deal. I was really grateful for what the club offered me,” Gagai said yesterday.

    “They gave me the opportunity to come here and play for them, and I’ve really enjoyed my time here. I’m loving Newcastle, so I thought, why not re-sign.

    ” . . . They gave me an opportunity to come down here and make a fresh start, and I did that, and everyone’s been supportive and really got behind me and helped me out a lot.

    “I’m enjoying life in Newcastle, I’m enjoying my footy, so I didn’t see why there was any reason for me to go anywhere else.”

    Gagai said he had always dreamed of playing Origin for the Maroons but, for now, was focused on playing consistently for the Knights.

    ■ In reporting Dane Gagai’s signing on May 29 last year, the final paragraph in the Newcastle Herald article read: “The Knights have also re-signed NSW Cup prop Robbie Rochow until the end of 2014 and National Youth Cup utility back Will Smith until the end of 2013.”

    No longer referred to as a NSW Cup prop, Rochow has also signed an upgraded new deal with the Knights that secures his future until the end of 2016.

    Equally comfortable in the front or back row, Rochow has played 18 straight games since his first NRL appearance in Newcastle colours in their 32-6 victory over Manly at Hunter Stadium on July 14 last year and has been one of the team’s most consistent performers this year.

    “It didn’t take me long to make my decision so I’m really happy and my parents are proud.

    “I was still re-signed until next year so I wasn’t off contract, and it wasn’t too much of a decision for me,” said Rochow, who has scored a try in Newcastle’s past two games.

    “Once I got a deal to extend on what I already had, I was pretty quick to make my decision.”

    The 22-year-old East Maitland Griffins junior thought the door at the Knights was closed when he left home in 2008 to join Melbourne.

    Rochow enjoyed his time with the Storm, and played one NRL game for them in 2010 and 2011, but jumped at the chance to come home last year.

    “It’s taken me a while to get back here, and it’s my first deal that’s longer than a year, which is really relieving,” he said.

    “To go down to Melbourne was great for me, but to be back here now and playing the footy I am at the moment, I couldn’t be happier . . .

    “I didn’t think I’d be coming back to the Knights, and I didn’t expect to be playing NRL either.

    “But the more I trained and the more I improved down there, it became a reality, then once I got the offer to come back to Newcastle I was really pleased and it didn’t take me long.”

    ■ The Knights will break new ground in jersey signage at Mt Smart Stadium on Sunday when each player wears a fan’s Twitter “handle” on their backs as part of a promotion run in conjunction with club sponsor sportsbet南京夜网.au.

    “This is a first for Australian sport. Never before have fans had their personal Twitter handles on the back of their favourite player’s jersey,” sportsbet南京夜网.au spokesman Ben Hawes said.

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