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Origin

MUNSTER’S CALL: I WANT TO BE MAROONS’ FULLBACK

2018-12-07T09:49:37+00:00 December 14th, 2018|Origin|

CAMERON Munster says Valentine Holmes' shock decision to quit the NRL has opened the door for him to chase the Queensland fullback spot - even if he risks losing the famous Maroons No.6 jumper. Holmes and Kalyn Ponga were considered the front-runners to wear the Queensland No.1 jumper next season following the retirement of Maroons

KEVVIE PROUD OF DALY’S RETURN

2018-12-03T12:08:55+00:00 December 10th, 2018|Coach's Desk, Origin|

QUEENSLAND coach Kevin Walters says the reemergence of Daly Cherry-Evans as a representative weapon will give the Maroons the cornerstone of experience to build a young team around over the next couple of years. Queensland’s transition out of the recent golden era with the departures of Cameron Smith, Cooper Cronk, Billy Slater and Johnathan Thurston

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

MARVEL MUNSTER IS EYEING OFF BILLY’S SPOT

2018-07-27T15:36:37+00:00 July 27th, 2018|Origin|

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

MAROONS VICTORY ONE FOR THE AGES

2018-07-12T10:15:27+00:00 July 12th, 2018|Origin|

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

MAROONS CALL IN THE OLD AND THE NEW FOR ORIGIN II

2018-06-18T15:18:33+00:00 June 18th, 2018|Origin|

THE unbridled brilliance of Kalyn Ponga can no longer be denied, with the Newcastle sensation called on by Queensland to make his State of Origin debut in Sunday’s all-or-nothing showdown with NSW at ANZ Stadium. Ponga, in just his first full season of first grade, has been a standout for the Knights and will bring

TOSSER’S LEGACY LIVES ON, 10 YEARS LATER

2018-06-11T08:46:51+00:00 June 11th, 2018|FOGS, Origin|

QUEENSLAND are on the ropes. The Maroons’ grip on State of Origin’s title belt is weakened, and slipping after a period of remarkable success. The Blues, emboldened under the unique philosophies of a new coach and the enthusiasm of some rookie players, can smell blood in the water. With their leader missing, the Maroons are

MAROONS MUST FIND METTLE FOR ORIGIN II

2018-06-07T09:49:25+00:00 June 7th, 2018|Origin|

A MAGNIFICENT captain’s knock from Greg Inglis could not save Queensland as they crashed to 22-12 loss to NSW in State of Origin I at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. In his first game as captain - the 4th Indigenous captain of the Maroons - and in his 31st game for the Maroons, Inglis was simply

MAROONS NAMED WITH NEW CAPTAIN

2018-06-07T09:11:47+00:00 May 28th, 2018|All, Origin|

QUEENSLAND’S State of Origin selectors have heralded a new era with a new-look Maroons team announced for the first game of the series against NSW at the MCG on June 6. This year’s campaign was always going to be one of transition, given the representative retirements of team leaders Cameron Smith, Cooper Cronk and Johnathan

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