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MAL’S LOVE OF LEAGUE LEADS HIM TO TITANS

2018-11-13T16:14:03+00:00 November 13th, 2018|NRL|

IMMORTAL Mal Meninga admits it will be a strange sensation cheering against his beloved Canberra Raiders in March next year as the former Queensland coach takes up his new role with the Gold Coast Titans. The Titans sent a shockwave through rugby league earlier this month with their massive recruitment coup – luring Kangaroos coach

ALL THREE QLD CLUBS HAVE SOME WORK TO DO FOR 2019

2018-10-26T09:44:12+00:00 October 26th, 2018|NRL|

SEVERAL Maroons stars will hold the key to the fortunes of Queensland’s NRL clubs as the Broncos, Cowboys and Titans chase premiership dreams in 2019. The 2018 NRL season was not a pleasant one for Queensland’s trinity of teams, with the Titans finishing third-last and the Cowboys crashing spectacularly, going from premiership favourites to a

SUPER COOPER TAKES BRAVERY TO NEW HEIGHTS

2018-10-02T13:30:56+00:00 October 2nd, 2018|NRL|

COOPER Cronk wrote his name into the history books and confirmed his place as one of the modern greats of the game with a heroic performance for the Roosters in their grand final win over the Storm. Cronk was in doubt for the game right up until kick-off as a suspected rotator cuff injury suffered

HISTORY AND GLORY CALL FOR OUR QUEENSLANDERS

2018-09-26T08:43:19+00:00 September 26th, 2018|NRL|

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

FAREWELL TO JT, A NATIONAL TREASURE

2018-08-27T09:39:49+00:00 August 27th, 2018|NRL|

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

GAGAI WANTS TO STAY CENTRED

2018-08-20T09:41:34+00:00 August 20th, 2018|NRL, Origin|

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

RUGBY LEAGUE IMMORTALITY FOR BIG MAL

2018-08-02T08:46:40+00:00 August 2nd, 2018|NRL|

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

WHY BIG MAL IS SO PROUD OF CAM AND JT

2018-02-09T11:58:52+00:00 February 9th, 2018|NRL|

QUEENSLAND legend Mal Meninga has revealed the one special characteristic Maroons champions Cameron Smith and Johnathan Thurston share that makes the Kangaroos coach “most proud” about the pair’s incredible careers. Smith and Thurston’s phenomenal contribution to rugby league will be celebrated at Suncorp Stadium on February 23 with “A Night With Cam and JT”. A

SORRY, COOPER. BUT IT SEEMS FAIRYTALES DO COME TRUE

2017-10-03T08:46:39+00:00 October 3rd, 2017|NRL|

COOPER Cronk declared after Melbourne’s incredible 34-6 grand final win over the Cowboys that “there are no fairytales” in rugby league. But there was plenty of evidence to the contrary after the methodical Storm blew the gutsy Cowboys away to take the 2017 NRL premiership. Playing his last game in Melbourne colours, and possibly his

NSW LOCKED OUT OF GRAND FINAL IN STORM-COWBOYS SHOWDOWN

2017-09-25T10:38:38+00:00 September 25th, 2017|NRL|

QUEENSLAND will be delivered another rugby league fairytale regardless of the result in the historic NRL grand final between the Melbourne Storm and North Queensland Cowboys. While the two clubs are over 2000km apart, the game essentially boils down to another all-Queensland derby showdown, with a host of Maroons that played in this year’s State

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