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Kangaroos

MENINGA BRINGS AN AXE TO KANGAROOS SET-UP

2016-09-21T13:21:30+00:00 September 21st, 2016|Kangaroos|

FORMER Queensland State of Origin captain Trevor “The Axe” Gillmeister is officially “back in the game”, joining Mal Meninga’s coaching staff with the Australian Kangaroos for the Prime Minister’s XIII match against PNG and the end-of-year Four Nations tournament in the UK. Gillmeister, captain of one of the Maroons’ greatest victories in the 1995 clean

TEST SELECTION WILL NOT BE ‘PLANE’ SAILING

2016-08-11T08:55:19+00:00 August 11th, 2016|Kangaroos|

KANGAROOS coach Mal Meninga is maintaining a “wait and see” approach to Jarryd Hayne’s chances of returning to Test football, after the ex-NFL star made his return to rugby league with the Gold Coast Titans. The Titans scored the biggest signing coup in the club’s history with the announcement two-time Dally M winner Hayne would

MORGAN’S FUTURE BRIGHT WITH ROOS

2017-07-19T10:48:18+00:00 April 28th, 2016|Kangaroos, NRL|

A BLOSSOMING Michael Morgan is in the box seat to become Australia’s long-term No.6 after earning his first Kangaroos jersey in the trans-Tasman Test against New Zealand. Morgan was one of four Test debutants named in Mal Meninga’s first Australian team, with fellow Queenslander Josh McGuire, and wingers Semi Radradra and Blake Ferguson also handed

MAL SAYS ROOS JOB IS ‘A LONG WAY OFF’

2017-07-19T10:48:19+00:00 October 28th, 2015|Kangaroos|

YES, Mal Meninga would one day like to coach the Kangaroos. But don’t measure him up for a green and gold tracksuit just yet. Meninga, not surprisingly, has been mentioned as one of the favourites to take over from Tim Sheens as Australian Test coach for 2016. But the record-breaking Queensland coach says there is

Jed says players need a break

2015-11-09T05:15:06+00:00 October 19th, 2012|Kangaroos|

Australian Kangaroos team manager Gavin Allen says the game’s best players risk being burnt out by a crushing workload being placed on the NRL’s top-flight stars. Allen, a former top-line prop himself with the Broncos and Maroons, said the game’s biggest assets – its star players – needed to be protected for

Tough as Tate

2017-07-19T10:48:26+00:00 January 4th, 2011|Kangaroos|

Brent’s tearful exit from the Four Nations final broke the hearts of league fans everywhere. But, yet again, this brave Maroon is digging deep to fight back. AUSTRALIAN Rugby League team manager Gavin “Jed” Allen says his close-up view of Brent Tate’s heartbreaking torment at another serious injury is one of the

Four Nations Tournament Wrap-up

2017-07-19T10:48:27+00:00 November 17th, 2010|Kangaroos|

Every week during the Four nations tournament, FOGS director and Australian Rugby League team manager Gavin “Jed” Allen has been filing his account of life inside the Kangaroos camp. Here is his fourth and last installment, after Australia’s loss to New Zealand at Suncorp Stadium. Everyone at fogs.com.au would like to thank

UPDATE FROM THE KANGAROOS’ CAMP

2015-11-19T05:33:46+00:00 November 1st, 2010|Kangaroos|

Every week, FOGS director and Australian Rugby League team manager Gavin “Jed” Allen will be filing his account of life inside the Kangaroos camp. Here is his second instalment, after Australia’s win over England at AAMI Stadium in Melbourne. Stay tuned to fogs.com.au for Jed’s Kangaroo Diary during the course of this

COMMENTARY FROM THE KANGAROOS CAMP

2015-11-10T03:14:47+00:00 October 25th, 2010|Kangaroos|

Every week, FOGS director and Australian Rugby League team manager Gavin “Jed” Allen will be filing his account of life inside the Kangaroos camp. Here is his first instalment, after Australia’s opening round win over Papua New Guinea. Stayed tuned to fogs.com.au for Jed’s Kangaroo Diary during the course of this year’s

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