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  • Cronk not going anywhere yet

    Cronk not going anywhere yet

    Maroons halfback Cooper Cronk admits his future lies in Sydney when he finishes his career with more than 300 Telstra Premiership appearances to his name for the Melbourne Storm.

  • Papalii ready if called up for Maroons

    Papalii ready if called up for Maroons

    While he has begun the 2017 season by setting the tone for the young forwards that surround him, Raiders back-rower Josh Papalii says he does not yet feel comfortable carrying the tag of a leader at the club.

  • Confident Coen ready for next step

    Confident Coen ready for next step

    At 20 years of age and 13 games into his NRL career, Cowboys colossus Coen Hess has a message for those who are questioning whether he could handle an elevation into Queensland's Origin team in 2017.

  • Greenberg on Origin's future

    Greenberg on Origin's future

    NRL Chief Executive Officer Todd Greenberg was on hand to discuss all hot topics with the media at today's 2017 State of Origin launch at ANZ Stadium...

  • Origin 2017 series launched

    Origin 2017 series launched

    Coach Kevin Walters and Cooper Cronk represented Queensland at today's State of Origin series launch in Sydney.

  • Video: Maroon Festival launch

    Video: Maroon Festival launch

    Miss the official launch of the 2017 Maroon Festival from the Treasury Casino? Catch up right here as Festival Ambassador Petero Civoniceva joins the Queensland Premier, the Honarable Annastacia Palaszczuk MP and...

  • Gallery: Maroon Festival launch

    Gallery: Maroon Festival launch

    Origin legend Petero Civoniceva rubs shoulders with the Honorable Annastacia Palaszczuk MP, Premier of Queensland, QRL Chairman Bruce Hatcher and The Star Entertainment Group Managing Director Queensland Geoff Hogg in launching the inaugural Maroon Festival at Treasury Brisbane today.

  • Premier launches Maroon Festival 2017

    Premier launches Maroon Festival 2017

    Today the Premier of Queensland, the Honorable Annastacia Palaszczuk MP, joined QRL Chairman Bruce Hatcher and dignitories at Treasury Brisbane to announce the launch of the inaugural Maroon Festival, an all-new, free community event that will take over South Bank from Sunday May 28 until Wednesday May 31.

  • Billy's happy return to NRL

    Billy's happy return to NRL

    It was a happy homecoming for Melbourne Storm fullback Billy Slater after a week of intense build-up, playing a pivotal role in a powerful and brutal 14-12 heart-stopping win over the Brisbane Broncos on Thursday night...

  • Change to Maroons' selection panel

    Change to Maroons' selection panel

    The Queensland Rugby League has confirmed the make-up of a new selection panel ahead of the 2017 Holden State of Origin series.