Sea Eagles vs Cowboys live scores: Cowboys' Taumalolo flaw exposed as Manly dominate

Sea Eagles vs Cowboys live scores: Cowboys' Taumalolo flaw exposed as Manly dominate

Unwanted Sharks front-rower Aaron Woods says he isn't fazed by Cronulla's call to not re-sign him and is just focusing on finishing this season "on a high", ahead of tonight's clash with the first-placed Panthers. Woods, halfback Shaun Johnson and centre Josh Dugan were all told last week that their contracts, which are set to expire at the end of this year, would not be renewed by Cronulla. It represents a crushing plummet for Woods, a former mainstay of the Kangaroos and Blues sides who's just been forced out of a second NRL club. Former Wests Tigers enforcer Woods, who's played 17 Tests with Australia and 14 games with NSW, was forced out of Canterbury midway through the 2018 season. It's for that reason that the 30-year-old feels comfortable looking for a new home. "I've been in this situation before, when I was at the Tigers and even when I was at the Bulldogs. It's nothing new to me," Woods said on Fox League's coverage. "We've had back-to-back wins and we're coming up against the competition leaders. If that's not …
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