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Chris Latham pulls out of Brisbane Global Rugby Tens with hamstring injury according to : SMH

as declared in Former Queensland Reds and Wallabies fullback Chris Latham has pulled out of the Brisbane Global Rugby Tens due to a hamstring injury.
“It’s very disappointing,” Latham said.
Latham, 41, retired from rugby in 2012 but had signed on to play in the knockout tournament at Suncorp Stadium as a wildcard player.
He sustained the injury during the team’s final training run on Friday afternoon.
Latham’s withdrawal is the second to hit the Reds, with ex-NRL recruit Lachlan Maranta to also not playing due to injury.

Chris Latham pulls out of Brisbane Global Rugby Tens with hamstring injury

according to @GregDavis_cmailOriginally published as Wild Knights burn NSW on red-hot day
Barnes then opted to take a penalty goal attempt and slotted the drop goal to put the Wild Knights out of reach and NSW’s tournament hopes on a knife’s edge.
Barnes played 43 games for the Waratahs between 2010 and 2013 after starting his rugby career with the Queensland Reds in 2006.media_camera The underdog Panasonic Wild Knights proved too canny for the Waratahs.
FORMER Waratahs star Berrick Barnes conspired against his old side to steer the Japanese — based Panasonic Wild Knights to a stunning 15-5 upset victory over NSW at the Brisbane Tens tournament on Saturday.
A clever draw and pass set up a try for Kentaro Kodama to establish a 12-5 lead in the second half after Ben Gunter crossed early for the Wild Knights to put the Waratahs under the pump.

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AUSTRALIAN clubs have had a mixed start at the inaugural Brisbane Tens as players and fans tackle 36 degree temperatures at Suncorp Stadium.
Day one coverage kicks off on Fox Sports 501HD at 12.30pm (AEDT) with day two coverage starting at 10.30am (AEDT) on the same channel.
Sean Maloney and Sam Worthington put the Sydney 7s in the rear window and preview this weekend’s Brisbane Tens.

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