They were great rivals at junior level in Australia, but perhaps unsurprisingly, there is more which unites Blake Austin and Aidan Sezer than divides them. For three memorable seasons, Austin and Sezer led Canberra to the upper echelons of the NRL in a memorable period for not only the Raiders, but the individual careers of…

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