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Origin

MOSES HEADING FOR ORIGIN’S PROMISED LAND

2019-02-18T09:35:33+00:00 February 18th, 2019|Origin|

HE was a shock appointment as Wests Tigers captain, and now Queenslander Moses Mbye is eyeing another special honour by breaking into the Maroons Origin side. With the Queensland No.1 jumper lying vacant following the retirement of champion Billy Slater, Mbye is keen to throw down the challenge to Kalyn Ponga – the Newcastle young

BOYD HAPPY TO KEEP ‘FORMER’ IN FORMER ORIGIN GREAT

2019-02-04T10:14:08+00:00 February 4th, 2019|Origin|

DARIUS Boyd insists he is content with his decision to retire from State of Origin and says not even the departure of Valentine Holmes can convince him to embark on a Queensland comeback this season. One of Queensland’s most decorated players, Boyd stunned the code when he dropped a retirement bombshell last year, quitting the

KEVVIE LOOKS FOR MUNSTER AND DALY SHOW TO RUN LONG-TERM

2019-01-25T10:39:46+00:00 January 25th, 2019|Coach's Desk, Origin|

QUEENSLAND coach Kevin Walters is determined to build another Johnathan Thurston-Cooper Cronk strikeforce, saying he is keen to retain Cameron Munster and Daly Cherry-Evans as his Maroons halves for the 2019 series. Thurston and Cronk orchestrated the most successful dynasty in Origin history for Queensland, but their representative retirements last year has forced Walters to

IT’S BLACK AND WHITE: PONGA  STILL DREAMS OF MAROON

2019-01-15T09:13:43+00:00 January 15th, 2019|Origin|

KALYN Ponga flashes a cheeky grin.  He has just been asked about Valentine Holmes’ shock defection to try his luck at cracking the NFL – and whether the Newcastle young gun would ever follow his Queensland Origin teammate by turning his supreme talent to American football. “I reckon I could make it as a quarterback,”

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

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