There once was a time when James Tedesco wasnt the King of Campbelltown.Before the Camden product was burning NRL turf in the modern era, and after former Wests Magpie Jason Taylor was piloting conversions in a former one, there was a player from Minto that every kid wanted to be.That player, code-hopper Jarryd Hayne, on Saturday returns to his hometown for the first time in his NRL career when Gold Coast look to keep their season alive against Wests Tigers.Tigers winger David Nofoaluma remembers a time when every aspiring league junior in the area, including himself, had eyed Haynes every move, swerve, and even footwear.I remember going to get a pair of boots that he wore when I was only a youngster. You go to the store and you ask to get the Jarryd Hayne boots, Nofoaluma told AAP.Jarryds from Campbelltown, so he was one of the players you looked up to when I was a kid. To come in the NRL and even play against him was massive for me.Back in 2009, he was it. He was the man everyone wanted to be.Despite Haynes famous move to gridiron in 2014 that captured the imagination of the entire nation, his mantle as the most popular sportsperson in south-west Sydney was taken over by another local in Tedesco.Not only that, but some even consider the Tigers star the premier fullback in the league today, and wont simply hand back the NSW No.1 State of Origin jumper to its predecessor next year.Tedescos effort this year is reminiscent of Haynes unforgettable campaign in 2009, when he single-handedly dragged Parramatta to a fairytale grand final appearance with an unprecedented run of form.In Tedescos 16 games to Haynes 26 seven years ago, Tedesco has matched, or almost matched, the former Parramatta star in tries (14 each) and line break assists (Tedescos 10 to Haynes 11).However Haynes 178 tackle busts (89), 37 offloads (6) and 175 metres per game (135) proved that there is still some way for the 23-year-old Tedesco to go.On Saturday at Campbelltown Sports Stadium, the local products face off in what is arguably the most anticipated individual showdown of the NRL season.Theres a lot of kids out here that want to be the kind of player that Teddy is, Nofoaluma said.Stats say a lot of things, but I reckon Teddys actually got more to give. Hes got a long way to go and we havent seen the best of him yet. If he keeps this up, theres no telling what he can do.HAYNE 2009 v TEDESCO 2016Games: 26 to 16Tries: 14 to 14Points: 57 to 56Avg possessions: 28 to 23Avg runs: 17 to 13Avg metres: 175 to 135Tackle busts: 178 to 89Line breaks: 34 to 16Line break assists: 11 to 10Try assists: 19 to 10Offloads: 37 to 6Errors: 33 to 16Penalties conceded: 15 to 4 http://www.broncosrookiestore.com/Broncos-Demarcus-Ware-Jersey/ . - Goaltender Philippe Desrosiers of the Rimouski Oceanic has broken a shutout record that was only three months old in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. http://www.broncosrookiestore.com/Broncos-Cody-Latimer-Jersey/ .ca NHL Power Rankings for the second straight week, ahead of the Pittsburgh Penguins and Colorado Avalanche. http://www.broncosrookiestore.com/Broncos-Garett-Bolles-Jersey/ . 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KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Usain Bolt spent a few minutes on the grassy infield of National Stadium after his race Thursday to put himself through some very slow cool-down jogs.It was an easy end to an easy night.Officially beginning his quest for a third consecutive Olympic gold medal in the 100-meter dash, Bolt cruised through the quarterfinals at the Jamaica National Senior Championships, which serve as his countrys trials to decide who goes to the Rio Games in August.No one has ever won three golds in the 100, which is what both Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce could do in Rio. Theyll be among the favorites to qualify for the team on Friday, when the 100 semifinals and finals are held about two hours apart for both the men and women. The 200-meter qualifiers are Saturday, and the semis and finals in that event come when the meet ends Sunday.Bolt completed his quarterfinal in a jog-for-him time of 10.15 seconds. Fraser-Pryce won her quarterfinal in 11.38 seconds.It was about advancement, Jamaican sprint star Veronica Campbell-Brown said.Thursday was little more than an obligatory dress rehearsal for Bolt and the other top Jamaicans. He changed clothes trackside after his race, left his flimsy, white, plastic chair without a word and headed to the infield for a brief workout capped by some photos with fans -- even soome policemen.dddddddddddd As he walked back across the track and into the night, a song blared through the stadiums speaker system.Mi nah falla nobody, was the lyric.Even when translating the lyrics from Patois to English, the message was clear: Bolt doesnt follow anybody, and he doesnt plan to anytime soon. He wasnt the fastest on Thursday; that distinction went to Nickel Ashmeade, who won his heat in 10.07 seconds, but certainly no one would label Ashmeade the favorite for Friday.The closest thing Bolt had to trouble Thursday was a false start in his heat, though it didnt seem to affect him. Jamaicas biggest track names -- Bolt, Fraser-Pryce, Campbell-Brown, Yohan Blake and Asafa Powell -- all advanced out of the quarters with ease.An NCAA champion earned his trip to Rio when Arkansas Clive Pullen -- a Kingston native who was the Division I indoor champion this past winter -- won the triple jump while hitting the Olympic qualifying standard. Hes the first Jamaican to earn a triple-jump Olympic spot in 44 years.To do it on home soil is a blessing, Pullen said.Pullen was already daydreaming about walking into the opening ceremony in Rio in the same group as Bolt.Cannot wait, he said. 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