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Nate Myles takes fans inside the Queensland Origin camp in the latest episode of Maroon Zone to hit the television screens this weekend.

Now a veteran of 24 Origin appearances, Myles makes a smooth transition as he swaps the steeden for the microphone.

In a not-to-be-missed episode, Jeep ambassador Jesinta Campbell chats with the “women of Origin”.

Maroon Zone host and Queensland rugby league great Kevin Walters explores the “lifeblood” of rugby league with a fascinating insight into grassroots footy across the state; and the tremendous community work of the Former Origin Greats organisation makes a huge impression.

Maroon Zone – Channel 9/Win/NBN – Sunday, 1.30pm

*If you have missed previous episodes of Maroon Zone - you can catch up with them online thanks to QRL TV. Click on the links below for past episodes.

Episode 1:

Episode 1 - Part 1 (Maroon Zone looks back at the history of State of Origin and the start of Queensland's amazing run of eight straight series wins)

Episode 1 - Part 2 (Take a look at the FOGS organisation and the work they do in the community)

Episode 1 - Part 3 (Where are They Now with Mark Hohn and why are we the Maroons?)

Episode 1 - Part 4 (Intrust Super Cup overview - welcome PNG!)

Episode 2:

Episode 2 - Part 1 (Former Olympian and Jeep Ambassador Nat Cook recaps Game 1)

Episode 2 - Part 2 (Nat catches up with Maroons halfback Cooper Cronk in Camp Maroon)

Episode 2 - Part 3 (Where are They Now with Bryan Neibling and join the FOGS at their annual charity luncheon - this year supporting Epilepsy Queensland)

Episode 2 - Part 4 (Broadcasters Peter Psaltis, Andrew Slack and league writer Steve Ricketts look back on some great memories of Origin)