TITLE

Gordie's animal instincts rob Bunnies

AUTHOR(S)
Jackson, Glenn
PUB. DATE
March 2003
SOURCE
Rugby League Week;3/26/2003, Issue 4, p47
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Gorden Tallis was responsible for defeat of South Sydney Rabbitohs against Brisbane Broncos. A couple of smart Brisbane defenders knew it was coming, even if Wayne Bennett didn't. With the clock running out and the Rabbitohs running out the clock, Tallis came up with the play of the season so far. Stringer hit the ball up from dummy half, Tallis curled his arm over the ball and yanked it free just as the 112 kg Rabbitohs front-rower was about to hit the deck. When Brent Tate plonked the ball over the line, ripping the heart out of the Rabbitohs, it was all too much for one fan. The very thing that sparked Tallis flurry of fists last week is the very thing that makes him great, the aggression and animal instincts that led to the play that few in the National Rugby League could replicate.
ACCESSION #
10153037

 

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