THE IMMOVABLE OBJECT

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The rivalry between the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles and the Melbourne Storm is one of the most intense in Australian Rugby, and Manly’s Jorge Taufua marked this occasion with this absolutely bone-crunching tackle:

Unfortunately for Taufua and his teammates, the tackle was not enough — Melbourne won 36-6.

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