YOU’VE heard people say “40 is the new 30”. Well Mal Meninga thinks, in rugby league terms at least, 400 will become the new 300. Meninga was talking specifically about former Maroons and Kangaroos captain Cameron Smith, who stands on the cusp of doing something no player has done in the NRL – becoming the
RETIRED Maroons champion Johnathan Thurston has urged Queensland coach Kevin Walters to consider blooding Cowboys flyer Kyle Feldt as an Origin winger next season. Feldt was a ray of hope in North Queensland’s disastrous 2018 campaign, with the strapping 102kg winger making an ominous statement to Maroons selectors with the best season of his career.
IMMORTAL Mal Meninga has delivered Johnathan Thurston the ultimate retirement gift, labelling the Cowboys great “what every Australian aspires to be”. Thurston’s last NRL game for the Cowboys against the Gold Coast at Cbus Super Stadium brings down the curtain on a remarkable 17-year career that has seen him establish new benchmarks for what a
HE has proven to be a Maroons match-winner on the wing, and is currently filling in fullback for his club team South Sydney. But Queensland winger Dane Gagai has set his sights on emulating Maroons skipper Greg Inglis and making a permanent move into the Queensland centres next season. When Inglis broke his hand playing
HE has been described as a colossus of rugby league, a giant of the game. A champion, a legend, a Former Origin Great. Now Mal Meninga carries a new title among his incredible arsenal of superlatives: Rugby League Immortal. Long overdue, Meninga was finally recognised with rugby league’s highest individual honour with inclusion in its
THE battle to replace Billy Slater in the Queensland No.1 jumper has intensified with Maroons five-eighth Cameron Munster revealing he is keen to test himself as an Origin fullback. Munster has been a shining light in his four Origin games in the Queensland No.6 jumper, most recently in Game Three this year when the Storm
Price: $1,500 (inc GST) Stock Availability: Contact FOGS The continuation of Queensland's dominance in the Origin Arena was again cemented with the Maroons taking out the 2017 Holden State of Origin Series, winning both Game II (ANZ Stadium) and Game III (Suncorp Stadium). The 2017 Series welcomed new blood with Milford, Napa, Holmes, Wallace,
QUEENSLAND will launch into the 2019 State of Origin series from a rock-solid base after a gripping, powerful and emotional win in Game Three of the 2018 series at Suncorp Stadium. In one of the highest quality Origin games in recent memory, the Maroons emerged from a relentless war of attrition with an 18-12 victory
Gadens has signed on as the Official Legal Partner of the Former Origin Greats (FOGS). The partnership was announced on the eve of today’s final game in the 2018 State of Origin series. “Gadens is a firm with international reach, but our Brisbane office is proudly owned by Queenslanders and it was an easy decision
THE HON. MALCOLM TURNBULL MP PRIME MINISTER MR TREVOR RUTHENBERG LNP CANDIDATE FOR LONGMAN Saturday July 7 2018 Investing in Young Lives Through Former Origin Greats The Turnbull Government is supporting the education of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in Caboolture and throughout Queensland, with a new $1 million investment.