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WALKER’S ON TRACK TO ACHIEVE MAROONS DREAM

2021-04-29T09:09:08+00:00 April 29th, 2021|NRL|

CHRIS Walker concedes he may be accused of being biased, but the former Maroons flyer is adamant it is only a matter of time before his nephew, Roosters sensation Sam Walker, plays State of Origin for Queensland. The 18-year-old is the talk of the rugby league world following his head-spinning entry to the NRL in

TRIBUTES AS MAROONS’ CAREERS ARE CUT SHORT

2021-04-14T11:32:59+00:00 April 14th, 2021|NRL, Origin|

QUEENSLAND’s two most recent coaches Wayne Bennett and Kevin Walters have paid tribute to Michael Morgan and Jake Friend in the wake of their sudden retirements from the NRL. The Queensland Origin family was rocked last week when Morgan and Friend drew the curtain on their glittering careers, just 48 hours apart, after both waged

JARROD WANTS SELECTORS TO REMEMBER THIS TITAN

2021-02-22T15:02:41+00:00 February 22nd, 2021|NRL, Origin|

JARROD Wallace admits he was “gutted” to be axed by the Maroons for last year’s Origin series and is hoping a bumper fightback with the Titans this season can catapult him back into a Queensland jumper. Wallace has carved out a reputation as a quality NRL front-rower, having amassed 152 first-grade games since his debut

WHY MAROONS NEED KEVVY TO GET BRONCOS FIRING

2021-01-29T10:47:24+00:00 January 29th, 2021|NRL|

Former Queensland captain and Broncos premiership winner Trevor Gillmeister says the entire state is hoping Kevin Walters can pull Brisbane out of the mire in 2021 – because the future success of the Maroons is depending on it. The Broncos suffered a cataclysmic implosion last year, with the once proud club disintegrating and finishing with

REVEALED: THE TWO BLUES THAT GILLY WON’T BOO

2020-12-01T08:57:05+00:00 December 1st, 2020|NRL|

It is not very often you will hear former Queensland captain Trevor Gillmeister have a kind word to say about a former NSW State of Origin opponent. But with the Broncos’ new assistant coaches, Gilly is happy to make not one, but two, exceptions. As the Broncos start the long road back from their embarrassing

TITANS SHOW LOCAL CLUBS HOW TO TURN IT AROUND

2020-09-29T16:11:35+00:00 September 29th, 2020|NRL|

New beginnings for Queensland’s three NRL franchises will herald a new era for the Maroons in the next few seasons as the Broncos, Titans and Cowboys rebuild on the back of some of the state’s most talented youngsters. While the Titans finished the season strongly to finish just outside the finals in ninth spot on

NRL COVID-19 SHUTDOWN HITS HOME FOR MAROON MUNSTER

2020-04-24T10:15:34+00:00 April 24th, 2020|NRL|

FOR the past month, Cameron Munster has been back on home soil in Queensland. The coronavirus pandemic has given the Storm and Queensland Origin star a chance to break from NRL training in Melbourne to reconnect with local folk in his hometown Rockhampton. It has been a grounding experience. In an NRL industry where players

SATTLER SAYS SHIFT TO PROP MAY BLUNT ARROW

2020-01-20T08:46:39+00:00 January 17th, 2020|NRL|

Former Queensland and premiership lock Scott Sattler is worried rugby league may not get to see modern Maroons No.13 Jai Arrow reach his full potential with a mooted shift to the front row when he joins the South Sydney Rabbitohs at the end of this season. Arrow was one of the biggest names on this

WALTERS WARNS DAVE TO NOT BE DAZZLED BY DOLLARS

2019-12-10T09:12:28+00:00 December 10th, 2019|NRL|

Maroons coach Kevin Walters has cautioned David Fifita to be careful what he wishes for this Christmas as the young Queensland State of Origin giant becomes the most sought-after free agent in the game in 2020. Fifita is off contract with the Brisbane Broncos at the end of the 2020 season, and has been free

CLUB SUCCESS AT HEART OF KEVIN’S 2020 VISION

2019-12-05T08:56:12+00:00 December 5th, 2019|NRL|

Maroons coach Kevin Walters has a simple wish for Christmas – seeing all three of Queensland’s NRL clubs enjoying a renaissance in 2020. Walters’ hopes for a surge up the premiership ladder for the Broncos, Cowboys and Titans is driven partly by good, old-fashioned Queensland parochialism, but also out of a need for more in-form

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