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WHY BIG MAL IS SO PROUD OF CAM AND JT

2018-02-09T11:58:52+00:00 February 9th, 2018|NRL|

QUEENSLAND legend Mal Meninga has revealed the one special characteristic Maroons champions Cameron Smith and Johnathan Thurston share that makes the Kangaroos coach “most proud” about the pair’s incredible careers. Smith and Thurston’s phenomenal contribution to rugby league will be celebrated at Suncorp Stadium on February 23 with “A Night With Cam and JT”. A

HUMBLE MORGAN ON TRACK TO JOIN GREATS

2018-02-02T16:06:29+00:00 January 29th, 2018|Origin|

NO Thurston. No Cronk. No worries. That’s the view of Queensland’s Mr Fixit Michael Morgan as the Maroons prepare for life without the scrumbase legends who spearheaded the Origin dynasty created by Mal Meninga and upheld by coach Kevin Walters. Entering his fourth Origin campaign in 2018, Morgan has become a key pillar in Queensland’s

KEVVIE DECLARES RACE FOR MAROONS NO.7 WIDE OPEN

2018-02-19T16:18:20+00:00 January 23rd, 2018|Origin|

KEVIN Walters has thrown down the challenge to Queensland's next generation of playmakers, with the Maroons coach declaring the famous No.7 Origin jumper  up for grabs. The Queensland scrumbase will have a new look next season following halfback Cooper Cronk’s decision to join Johnathan Thurston in representative retirement in the wake of Australia’s World Cup

MAROONS CAN’T WAIT FOR ORIGIN ‘HEADACHE’

2017-12-08T10:04:55+00:00 December 8th, 2017|Origin|

QUEENSLAND selector Gene Miles admits he can’t wait to experience a “massive headache” with the Maroons when State of Origin rolls around in 2018. Miles and his fellow Queensland selectors will have a task in front of them next year – working out who to leave out, rather than who to put in. While the

COOPS CALLS FULLTIME ON REP FOOTY CAREER

2017-12-04T10:02:45+00:00 December 4th, 2017|Kangaroos|

COOPER Cronk will celebrate his 34th birthday as an official “Former” Origin Great, after bringing down the curtain on one of the great representative careers with Australia’s 6-0 World Cup final win over England at Suncorp Stadium. Cronk will join long-time halves partner Johnathan Thurston in representative retirement in 2018, but both will continue on

OLD ENEMIES AND OLD FRIENDS COLLIDE AGAIN

2017-11-27T09:11:09+00:00 November 27th, 2017|Kangaroos|

AFTER an all-Queensland NRL grand final, and more than a decade of dominance from the Maroons at State of Origin level, rugby league fans will now have the first “all-Queensland” Rugby League World Cup final. Of course, the showpiece finale of the exceptional World Cup tournament will be played out between Australia and England at

FAREWELL TO NATE, A TRUE ORIGIN GREAT

2017-11-21T10:21:45+00:00 November 21st, 2017|FOGS, From the Chairman|

QUEENSLAND selector Gene Miles has hailed Nate Myles as the ultimate State of Origin forward, after the 32-game Maroon veteran announced he was walking away from rugby league. After a long career across five clubs – Canterbury, the Roosters, Gold Coast, Manly and Melbourne – Myles quietly slipped into retirement in November. The announcement was

THREE CHEERS – BILLY’S BACK TO KEEP MAGIC TRIO INTACT

2017-11-15T08:48:25+00:00 November 15th, 2017|Origin|

THE Maroons have received a massive boost, with champion fullback Billy Slater declaring he will extend his representative career in a move that will see Queensland’s Big Three remain intact in 2018. Queensland skipper Cameron Smith faced going into next year’s campaign as the only survivor of Melbourne’s champion trio as Slater and Cronk weighed

LEAGUE STRIKES BACK IN RATINGS CODE WARS

2017-10-30T10:29:01+00:00 October 30th, 2017|Kangaroos|

DOUBTS about rugby league’s ability to succeed on the world stage were quickly extinguished over the first weekend of the Rugby League World Cup, with huge audiences tuning in to get their fix of footy. While international rugby league has been maligned for a long time, as it lived in the shadow of the behemoth

FELISE STORMS INTO THE FRAME FOR KANGAROOS

2017-10-04T10:44:53+00:00 October 4th, 2017|Kangaroos|

MAROON-in-waiting Felise Kaufusi has surged into the representative arena on the back of the Storm’s successful season as one of the bolters in Mal Meninga’s 24-man Kangaroos squad for the Rugby League World Cup. Queensland’s 18th man in Game 3 of this year’s State of Origin series, Kaufusi will make his senior representative debut in

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