Sport: Cronk ponders landmark, NRL future - - PressFrom - Australia
  •   
  •   

SportCronk ponders landmark, NRL future

23:56  11 may  2019
23:56  11 may  2019 Source:   msn.com

'Israel has done no wrong': Israel Folau's family jump to his defence as his landmark code of conduct hearing is forced into its third day

'Israel has done no wrong': Israel Folau's family jump to his defence as his landmark code of conduct hearing is forced into its third day Israel Folau's family has defended him as his landmark hearing will resume on Tuesday following a weekend stalemate at Rugby Australia (RA) headquarters in Sydney. The 30-year-old's loved ones have spoken out in support of his controversial social media posts, insisting it comes from a place of love, not hate.

Cooper Cronk has enjoyed a trip down memory lane before his landmark 356th NRL game but is yet to confirm whether he will draw the curtain on his career.

Family-owned since 1948, Stark & Cronk provides plumbing, heating and air conditioning installations and repairs, as well as well and water conditioning to the Greater Merrimack Valley.

Video provided by Wide World of Sports

There has been no shortage of fond memories for Cooper Cronk as he prepares for his landmark 356th NRL game.

And the off-contract Sydney Roosters playmaker said he was ready to create some more before finally drawing the curtain on his career.

Not that he was giving away too much about his future on Saturday.

Cronk returned to the venue that started it all before his milestone NRL clash against Canberra on Sunday - Brisbane's Bishop Park.

Cronk set to make call on NRL future

Cronk set to make call on NRL future Sydney Roosters halfback Cooper Cronk says he's expecting to make an announcement on his NRL future in the next few weeks.

Grant Ponders NRL Future . Author. Nicholas Janzen (Twitter: @NicholasJanzen). Grant was selected in the Wests Tigers’ 21-man NRL squad for the Round 1 clash with the Roosters, but never took the field. He insists playing in the Intrust Super Premiership is a strong challenge, and reflective

Moving Beyond “Struggling Reader” Labels. landmark 360admin. March 6, 2019. College Prep. Tips for a Successful College Interview. landmark 360admin. July 6, 2018. Learning Disabilities.

He enjoyed a trip down memory lane on Saturday when the Roosters on for the round nine clash at Brisbane Norths' home ground, 16 years after the halfback launched his career at the then Melbourne Storm feeder club.

Cronk ponders landmark, NRL future © Cameron Spencer/Getty Images Cooper Cronk has enjoyed a trip down memory lane before his landmark 356th NRL game but is yet to confirm whether he will draw the curtain on his career. Almost 20 years after running around for the Queensland Cup club, Cronk is primed to leapfrog Brisbane great Darren Lockyer (355 games) and trail just ex-Storm teammate Cameron Smith (392g) on the all-time appearance list.

"To pass Darren's milestone in Queensland is fitting in a regard but I take 356 games like I did others," Cronk said.

Man illegally enters Tower of London - home of the crown jewels

Man illegally enters Tower of London - home of the crown jewels The Metropolitan Police have launched an appeal after a man illegally entered the Tower of London last month. The man can be seen on grainy CCTV walking through the famous landmark that houses the world-famous crown jewels, which are worth up to £5bn. According to police, the man was seen walking around the grounds at around 10.50pm on Saturday 6 April - hours after it closed. He was approached and challenged by security at the Tower of London but managed to make off. The unknown man was last seen climbing down towards the shore of the River Thames near St Katherine Dock, on the northern bank.

Landmark Consolidated. Always putting our partners, clients and stakeholders first. Real Estate Development Project M. Commercial, Residential & Retail. The Landmark Consolidated organization has a broad spectrum of experience in the development and con.

Landmark Worldwide is a personal and professional growth, training and development company focusing on people achieving success, fulfillment and greatness. The Landmark Forum is designed to bring about positive, permanent shifts in the quality of your life—in just three days.

"But there are fond memories coming back here (Bishop Park). This is where it all started.

"Hopefully there are few more good moments in my time."

Cronk, 35, may have been feeling nostalgic but he wasn't in the mood to reflect on his career just yet, saying he was still mulling over his playing future.

In the final season of his two-year Roosters deal, Cronk confirmed an announcement on whether he would play on was imminent.

Asked how many more games he hoped to add to his NRL tally, Cronk said: "Hopefully I get another 15, 20, 25.

"There have been a few thoughts in my head in recent times but I haven't really made the ultimate decision yet.

"It won't be dragged out for too much longer.

"I know which way I am leaning toward but I still need a bit of time to make the ultimate decision."

Pictures: NRL stars then and now

Ad sponsored topics
  • Ranked: 20 most beautiful places in the world

  • Secret hacks to get the best airline experience

  • The 50 most incredible beaches in the world

Read more

Cooper Cronk's pending retirement will leave big gap, teammates say.
Cooper Cronk was the outsider when he quit the Melbourne Storm for the Roosters, but 18 months later, he is leaving a lasting mark on the Sydney-based club. On Monday, the 35-year-old announced his retirement at season's end, having already clocked up 357 games — the second-highest number in NRL history. "It's been one a hell of a ride," Cronk said at the SCG on Monday. After 14 seasons with the Storm, the Brisbane-born Cronk was ushered into the Roosters' line-up in 2018 to replace the enigmatic halfback, Mitchell Pearce. It was both an upsetting and awkward time for Cronk and his future eastern suburbs team mate.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 0
This is interesting!