Inglis eyes Kangaroos captaincy … after premiership with Bunnies

Greg Inglis would love to lead South Sydney all the way to the premiership – then skipper Mal Meninga's Kangaroos into the post-Cameron Smith era. The player who will succeed Smith as the Australian captain has come down to a two-way shootout between Inglis and the man he comes up against on Saturday night,  Roosters and NSW skipper Boyd Cordner. […]

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Inglis best leader in Aussie sport: Johns

Greg Inglis has been hailed the best leader in Australian sport following his strong debut as Queensland captain. Despite the Maroons losing the State of Origin opener at the MCG, Inglis' performance has received universal praise. Leading from the front: Greg Inglis. Losing Cameron Smith to representative retirement was always going to be a big blow for Queensland, but they […]

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Meninga sees Inglis as next captain

Greg Inglis and Boyd Cordner have firmed as the likely front-runners to be the next Kangaroos captain after Cameron Smith's shock representative retirement. Smith's decision to walk away from representative football has opened up a number of gaps in both the Queensland and Australian squads. Frontrunner: Greg Inglis may well be the next Australian captain. The Melbourne hooker hasn't missed […]

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Once a reluctant role model, Inglis now wears heart on his sleeve

This is the very image of the NRL's Indigenous Round: A proud Greg Inglis, elevated by his sport, ready to give back not just to the game that made him but the people and culture he represents. True colours: Greg Inglis poses against an Aboriginal flag in Redfern for the NRL’s Indigenous round. Inglis stands in front of an Aboriginal […]

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Rabbitohs' Inglis and Dragons' Aitken prepare for second showdown

Sunday's second showdown of the year between Rabbitohs centre Greg Inglis and St George Illawarra counterpart Euan Aitken looms as a potential State Of Origin preview with the pair set to square off again in next month's series opener. Aitken left Inglis "embarrassed" in round five when he ran around the Souths superstar great close to the line and scored […]

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Mark Webster steps down as Inglis chief executive

Inglis managing director Mark Webster will step down as the chief executive of the sales company at the end of the year. Webster told staff of his decision at Riverside Stables on Friday morning and is set to chase non-executive roles in business. Stepping down: Inglis managing director Mark Webster. “After 20 years as a chief executive I decided that […]

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