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Wallaby Toomua links with 'rival' Cooper

They've been wrestling over No.10 jerseys since their Brisbane schoolboys days.

But playmakers Quade Cooper and Matt Toomua will put their rivalry behind them come Saturday night when they start side-by-side for the Wallabies in the third Bledisloe Cup Test in Dunedin.

Toomua, 23, has been promoted to second five-eighth from the bench following an injury to his Brumbies teammate Christian Lealiifano.

Having been given the nod at first five-eighth in the first two Bledisloe Test defeats at the start of the Rugby Championship, Toomua will line up outside Reds first five Cooper, who has since reclaimed the No.10 jersey.

"I'm not going to say there is no rivalry, obviously there is a rivalry," Toomua said.

"You look at the bloke who is in front or behind you. He's more often than not been in front of me."

While the success of both the Reds and Brumbies in recent years has helped bring the Cooper v Toomua debate to the fore, their jostling for the playmaker role extends as far back as the 2006 Australian Schools Rugby Championships.

Cooper, two years Toomua's senior, beat him to the Queensland I No.10 jersey that year - which also featured Kurtley Beale in the NSW I side.

However, Toomua did lead Queensland II to their first ever national title while he was still in Year 11.

"He (Cooper) was earmarked as a future prospect. Being a bit younger, you looked up to him and looked to challenge yourself," Toomua said.

Following school, Toomua found his development path blocked by Cooper and Berrick Barnes in Queensland, so he headed down to the ACT Brumbies as No.10 great Stephen Larkham was retiring.

"It was quite logical really," said Toomua.

That same logical, steady-as-you-go style is also how Toomua approaches his on-field decisions.

Compared to the mercurial Cooper, the two are chalk-and-cheese.

Yet Toomua is confident they'll strike the right balance.

"We've made no secrets about the fact that we're trying to do a first and second five-eighth," he said.

"I've heard a lot of guys say that sometimes you almost feel (Cooper) doesn't know what he's about to do but then he pulls off something amazing.

"So hopefully he can make a good break and I'll get the last pass to score a try."

Knights oust Storm from NRL finals

The Newcastle Knights have ridden the Storm and are officially in "uncharted waters" according to coach Wayne Bennetthome organizer online.

The master coach steered his under-rated side to a shock 18-16 win over NRL defending champions Melbourne, eliminating them from the finals race.

The hard-fought victory was all the more impressive given that it was done at the Storm's fortress AAMI Park where the Knights hadn't won since 2004 Hong Kong ip networkingadd hair.

Newcastle, entering the finals in seventh position, will now meet the Sydney Roosters next Saturday night at Allianz Stadium for a place in the grand final.

The Knights showed ferocity to out-enthuse the Storm early on and then tenacity to hold off a late fightback as they led 18-10 with 14 minutes remaining.

Bennett has been a first grade coach for 27 years and made the finals 23 times, including seven premierships - six with Brisbane and one with St George Illawarra

His skipper Jarrod Mullen, who has been at the Knights since 2005, has never even played in a preliminary final bvi company setup.

"This is uncharted waters for these guys wood cabinet storage," Bennett said.

"They've got here because they've kept it simple and they've kept a focus on what they've got to do so if they get ahead of themselves they will blow it all out of the water, so it's my job to make sure that doesn't happen."

Bennett said he hadn't given the Roosters any thought, but said self belief in the squad was high.

During both earlier clashes this season with the Storm the Knights led but let Melbourne back in and that they didn't in the semi-final showed their progress.

"That's how far we've come, we couldn't finish them off then but this time we got in front and we did finish it so we continue to grow as a footy team," he said.

They could be forced to do it without halfback Tyrone Roberts, who suffered a knee injury late in the game and will have scans on Sunday.

Storm skipper Cameron Smith was a shattered man after feeling his team had the talent to go all the way again.

He said his team lacked the urgency and intensity, particularly at the start of games, that they needed for September action.

"It's not so much that we are out of the competition but the way we went out," Smith said.

"It wasn't our best performance last week or against the Knights.

"We had a team capable of doing something this year but we didn't play good enough when it matters and that's all it comes down to really nuskin."

Storm winger Sisa Waqa could miss the World Cup with his native Fiji after suffering a grade two medial ligament tear midway through the second half.

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Mobile gaming company Scopely raises $60M

Scopely just announced that it has raised $60 million in Series C funding.
The round was led by Revolution Growth, a firm led by former AOL executives Steve Case and Ted Leonsis (AOL owns TechCrunch), which targets startups outside Silicon Valley and New York. (Scopely is headquartered in Los Angeles.) Revolution’s Donn Davis is joining Scopely’s board of directors, while Greenspring, Sands Capital Ventures, Cross Creek Advisors and Pritzker Group Venture Capital also participated in the new round cloud computing hong kong.
Scopely has built a platform for promoting and monetizing mobile games, whether developed in-house or by third-party studios. Its titles include The Walking Dead: Road to Survival, Wheel of Fortune Free Play and WWE Champions. The company says it reaches more than 125 million players, with The Walking Dead alone generating hundreds of millions of dollars in annual revenue.
In the funding release, CEO Walter Driver noted that it’s been less than a year since Scopely raised its Series B, and he said the company is already profitable. So why raise more funding phone covers?
“This capital infusion will enable us to expand the business through inorganic means while we continue to execute on our path of organic growth in parallel,” Driver said. “The opportunity to work with the founding team of AOL is extremely exciting for us as they have a long history of operating at the intersection of technology and media Wigs for Cancer Patients Bright Hopes.”
Scopely has now raised nearly $160 million in total funding.


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