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Escape With ET
Cronulla Sharks favourite son, Andrew Ettinghausen, has been a busy man in his 20 years of retirement, hosting and producing his own fishing television show called Escape with ET. We caught up for an extended chat with ET in this week’s episode of Turn Back Time.

Lifehouse Langmack
NSWRL’s Paul Langmack became the newest Chris O’Brien Lifehouse Ambassador after being recently diagnosed with squamous cancer in two lymph nodes of the neck.

Daley’s Final Word
Steve “Blocker” Roach sat down with NSW VB Blues coach Laurie Daley to talk all things Origin in this week’s instalment of The Daley News. Laurie discusses Jarryd Hayne, Robbie Farah, the make-up of his side, and more. Verdict
As usual, there has been plenty of speculation about the make up of the VB Blues side, and the Queensland team for the first State of Origin match at ANZ Stadium. Various employees of named their Blues team and Maroons team, and finally collaborated them into one. Bryan Fletcher and Nathan Hindmarsh also had their say on the team to take the field on 1 June.  

Among the candidates to don a maiden VB Blues jumper is Brisbane Broncos speedster James Roberts, who says he will happily play on the wing if it means an Origin debut.

Wing on the Hayne Plane
Successful code-hopper Craig Wing firmly believes that Jarryd Hayne will be a success in Rugby Sevens. He also took a trip down memory lane, analysing what it meant for him to wear the VB Blues jersey and explained why he’s never missed an Origin match.

VB Blues' Team Of The Week
As previously mentioned, there is a lot of speculation about the make up of the VB Blues' team, but who is actually in form? Find out here with this week’s edition of the VB Blues' Team Of The Week.

ISP NSW Team Of The Week
Jarrod McInally scored a massive six tries on the weekend for the Canterbury Bulldogs, which was enough for him to be named captain of this week’s Intrust Super Premiership NSW Team Of The Week.

Best in Australia
The Parramatta Eels added to their Harold Matthews success with a dominant victory in the under-16s National Junior Final, while the Penrith Panthers achieved the same feat in the under-18s.