Laymen, legends and lords were united in grief in December, mourning the loss of Queensland’s iconic first State of Origin captain, Arthur Beetson. The rugby league world lost “Big Artie” to a heart attack on December 1, the same day he was to appear as the guest of honour at a celebration
THE Former Origin Greats have been left heart-broken by the tragic death of the original FOG – inaugural Queensland State of Origin captain Arthur Beetson. “Big Artie”, as he was known to everyone, passed away suddenly this morning from a heart attack on the Gold Coast. He was 66. FOGS Executive Chairman
FOGS Cup and FOGS Colts Challenge to stay for three more years FOGS Cup and FOGS Colts Challenge to stay for three more years FOGS Executive Chairman Gene Miles has announced that the organisation is about to renew its deal as naming rights sponsor of the Queensland Rugby League’s FOGS Cup and
Rugby league Immortality awaits him, but it took a shanked kick at goal in the Four Nations final to prove that the maroon master, Darren Lockyer, is human after all. After a season of pressure and scrutiny that would have crushed lesser men, Lockyer signed off on his fantastic career by leading
FORMER Queensland prop Andrew Gee is the latest appointee to the board of the Former Origin Greats. 40-year-old Gee played 17 Origin games for Queensland between 1990 and 2003, in a first grade career with the Brisbane Broncos and Warrington that stretched over an incredible 15 years, and netted three premierships.