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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

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

MAL’S MAROON PLEA TO KEV: DON’T GO, WE NEED YOU

2017-08-28T08:50:27+00:00 August 28th, 2017|Origin|

MAL Meninga does not think Queensland will need a new State of Origin coach any time soon. And he is glad about that for a number of reasons. Firstly, it means that Kevin Walters will continue on his unbeaten ways as Queensland coach into 2018 and beyond, as he looks to continue the Maroons dynasty

BRAVO, QUEENSLAND. YOU WERE SIMPLY BRILLIANT

2017-07-19T10:48:12+00:00 July 13th, 2017|Origin|

ON the stage proclaimed as the biggest game in State of Origin history, Queensland produced one of its finest hours to destroy NSW 22-6 in Game Three at Suncorp Stadium and give the Maroons an 11th series win in 12 years. Fittingly, in front of the biggest crowd to ever watch an Origin match at

MAROONS ROOKIE SET TO RISE FOR THE OCCASION

2017-07-19T10:48:12+00:00 July 4th, 2017|Origin|

A SUCCESSFUL spine transplant from the NRL’s leading club could underpin Queensland’s quest for glory in the third and deciding State of Origin match at Suncorp Stadium on July 12. The Maroons announced a 17-man squad, listed alphabetically, for Origin III with only two changes – forced by the injuries to five-eighth Johnathan Thurston and

JT AND THE MIGHTY MAROONS CONJURE ANOTHER MIRACLE

2017-07-19T10:48:12+00:00 June 22nd, 2017|Origin|

ULTIMATELY, the only surprising thing about Queensland’s epic win in State of Origin II was that it was considered a surprise at all. How many times have we seen this script play out in nearly 40 years of Origin football? The Maroons: on the rack, past their prime, ripe for the picking. The Blues: On

HEARTBREAK AND NEW BLOOD IN MAROONS ORIGIN OVERHAUL

2017-07-19T10:48:13+00:00 June 12th, 2017|Origin|

COREY Oates is State of Origin’s hard-luck kid after being squeezed out of a Queensland team looking for redemption in Game II in Sydney. Oates scored Queensland’s only try in Origin I and barely put a foot wrong, but he was the man in the wrong jersey at the wrong time as Maroons selectors overhauled

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