Sport Robinson sees sparks in Roosters run home
Charlie Robinson, 'Night Court' Star, Dead at 75
The veteran TV actor died Sunday from cardiac arrest.The actor died on Sunday at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, according to multiplereports. Robinson died as a result of cardiac arrest and multi-system organ failure due to septic shock and metastatic adenocarcinoma, People reports.
He has seen the embers, now Trent Robinson wants a roaring fire.
The Sydney Roosters coach says he has spotted sparks of the team he wants to take through to the NRL finals, but it needs stoking against Newcastle on Friday night.
The fifth-placed side has been held together with resilience and strapping tape this season after an incredible injury toll threatened to bring their season undone.
And although their form hasn't been at its devastating best, a tough 34-18 victory over North Queensland last weekend showed him they're on the right track to finish the season strongly.
British far-right activist loses Syrian schoolboy libel case
Judges order Tommy Robinson to pay Jamal Hijazi 100,000 pounds ($138,000) after ruling he libelled the Syrian schoolboy.Jamal Hijazi, 18, was attacked in the playground at Almondbury Community School in Huddersfield, northern England, in October 2018.
"You can play rugby league each week but not see what you want to see or see the essence of the game that you really want to play," he said.
"I saw the essence of the game that we want to continue to play and greenness in us in the way that we went about it.
Video: Freddy & Joey's Tips - Round 19 (Wide World of Sports)
"But we had some hardness there as well, from 12-nil down and the patience we had at 14-12 to sit there through a period of time.
"To be honest, I really want to build on that. I really want to continue to build that as a team. I really want young and old to really understand how we want to play as a team.
"I want an intelligent, thinking team on the field that's got hardness about it. I saw the embers, but we've got to keep stoking it each week.
"We're starting to get a group of troops back at this time of year so we're in a good place physically."
NSW Origin star James Tedesco will make his return to the side against Newcastle on Friday, while veteran centre Josh Morris has been dropped for the game.
The Roosters are four points out of the top four behind Parramatta, who they play in round 20, followed by second-placed Penrith.
A round-24 clash with South Sydney has them facing all top four sides but Melbourne over the next seven weeks, while they also face Brisbane, St George Illawarra and Canberra.
Papenhuyzen to return via bench for Storm .
Ryan Papenhuyzen will make his long-awaited return for Melbourne from a concussion off the bench against North Queensland. The 23-year-old has battled ongoing symptoms since a brutal head knock during Magic Round in mid-May, with the Storm taking a cautious approach to his return. Papenhuyzen was left bedridden for almost two weeks following the high tackle by St George Illawarra forward Tyrell Fuimaono, who was banned for five weeks.They have had no reason to rush his return, winning 14 matches in succession with his replacement Nicho Hynes earning a NSW Origin call-up on the back of his performances.