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So far Casey Doyle has created 35 blog entries.

COOPER READY TO TAKE HIS CHANCE

February 17th, 2017|

GAVIN Cooper has waited too long, and been too patient, to lose it all now. It took 10 years for the Cowboys' no-nonsense back-rower to finally clinch the Queensland Origin jumper that always cruelly seemed just out of reach. But after finally cracking the most dominant team in State of Origin history last season, Cooper

2017 FOGS ANNUAL CHARITY LUNCH

February 8th, 2017|

State of Origin is the pinnacle event on the Rugby League calendar, the three match series, the greatest interstate rivalry, state against state, mate against mate. The FOGS Annual Charity Lunch is back as the preceding event to State of Origin Game One in 2017.  After successfully hosting the renowned annual event for well over 10

VOWLES IS EXCITED BY NEW CHALLENGES AHEAD

January 24th, 2017|

FORMER Queensland centre Adrian Vowles fears the Broncos will regret letting Ben Hunt walk out of the club, after the halfback officially agreed to join the Dragons on a five-year mega deal worth a reported $6 million dollars. Hunt’s decision to quit the Broncos to join St George Illawarra took many by surprise, but no

SATTS SAYS TITANS READY FOR A TOP-FOUR CHARGE

January 16th, 2017|

WAYNE Bennett’s gamble with Benji Marshall will prove a masterstroke, and the Titans will stun everyone by storming home to finish in the top four. These are just a couple of the prophecies predicted by Former Origin Great and rugby league analyst Scott Sattler as he turned his crystal ball to the 2017 NRL season

TALLIS WANTS TO MAINTAIN RAGE IN CROSS-CODE WAR

December 9th, 2016|

FORMER Queensland captain Gorden Tallis says rugby league needs to keep building on a terrific year for the game to maintain its foothold in Queensland in the war against rival codes. Rugby league enjoyed a stellar year, particularly in Queensland, where – for the first time – all three NRL clubs qualified for the finals

MACKAY’S FAVOURITE PHOTO BOMBER JOINS FOGS TO OPEN COMMUNITY SPACE

December 5th, 2016|

KNIGHTS MUST GET IT RIGHT WITH PONGA

December 5th, 2016|

AUSTRALIAN coach Mal Meninga has warned Newcastle they must “get it right” with the development of their rookie marquee signing Kalyn Ponga. Ponga created a sensation in the post-season when he agreed to quit North Queensland and join the Knights on a four-year deal from 2018 worth around $3 million – the richest deal for

MAL’S EYES ON BIGGER PRIZES AFTER FOUR NATIONS SUCCESS

November 21st, 2016|

MAL Meninga insists his job as Australian coach has only just begun despite the Kangaroos’ crushing win over New Zealand in the Four Nations final at Anfield. The Kangaroos were never really challenged on their way to their 34-8 victory, the Australians producing their best form in the final game of an arduous 11-month season.

FOUR NATIONS BECOMES BATTLES OF TWO COACHES

November 14th, 2016|

THE showdown the rugby league world has been waiting for is upon us, and Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga could not be happier. Meninga ignited a Four Nations firestorm with his recent column in The Courier-Mail newspaper, where he laid bare the fractured friendship between himself and England coach Wayne Bennett. Meninga, as always, did not

KING WALLY IS NOW OFFICIALLY A LEGEND

October 19th, 2016|

THE elevation of Wally Lewis to Legend status by the Sports Australia Hall of Fame is a fitting, if slightly overdue, honour for the King of rugby league according to FOGS Executive Chairman Gene Miles. Lewis was inducted as the 38th Legend of the Sports Australia Hall of Fame at a gala dinner in October,

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