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COREY Parker, the only survivor of the "Baby Broncos" outfit which stunned Wests Tigers 28-14 at Campbelltown in 2002, will captain Brisbane on Saturday.
BRISBANE will head into Saturday night's NRL clash with Cronulla confident of causing an upset.
WITH the Brisbane Broncos missing key players, the Sea Eagles easily defeated the home side by 30-12 in front of a smaller crowd than usual at Suncorp Stadium this afternoon in Brisbane.
SENIOR coach-in-waiting Ivan Henjak looked the part as he prepared Brisbane for Sunday's showdown with Manly without Wayne Bennett looking over his shoulder.
FORMER centre Michael De Vere will join Brisbane's coaching ranks next season, adding to incoming coach Ivan Henjak's already impressive support staff.
BRISBANE will delay Darren Lockyer's exploratory knee surgery until his specialist Dr Peter Meyers returns from overseas next week.
PETER Wallace remains relaxed about the pressure of playing in place of injured Lockyer. He has also appeared to solve Brisbane's half-back crisis.
INCOMING coach Ivan Henjak says there is too much history at Brisbane for the NRL club to be torn apart by rumours over player signings.
BRONCOS greats Allan Langer and Shane Webcke will reunite at Brisbane next year as the NRL club prepares for life without coach Wayne Bennett.
QUEENSLAND'S representatives on the national selection panel don't expect any opposition when they submit Darren Lockyer's name for next month's Centenary Test.
IT wasn't always assured, with a late comeback scaring the home side - but Brisbane have recorded a confidence-boosting victory over South Sydney at Suncorp Stadium, victorious 32-18 tonight in front of 34,112 fans.
BRISBANE captain Darren Lockyer breezed through training and is set to start in Friday night's NRL clash against South Sydney.
BRISBANE centre Justin Hodges is free to play South Sydney on Friday night after accepting an early guilty plea for a dangerous throw.
CHAMPION Brisbane five-eighth Darren Lockyer has come through his first training session with the Broncos and is likely to play on Friday night.
BRISBANE fullback Karmichael Hunt was ruled out of action for up to three weeks after suffering a knee injury against Gold Coast on Friday night.