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LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM'S Vlado Mazevski runs his eye over the third and final game of the 2009 Harvey Norman State of Origin series to be played tonight at Suncorp Stadium.
QUEENSLAND Rugby League (QRL) Chairman John McDonald today announced the XXXX Maroons team for Game 3 of the Harvey Norman State of Origin Series, to be played at Suncorp Stadium on Wednesday 15 July 2009.
CAMERON Smith sealed Queensland's fourth consecutive series win with a try in the 79th minute, 24-14 the final margin in State of Origin II 2009.
WHEN New South Wales play Queensland in Game II of the 2009 Origin Series tonight there will be a one very happy boy on the sideline. 15-year-old Sam Coyte from Orange, New South Wales will be a ball boy for the big event.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM'S Paul Jobber runs his eye over the second game of the 2009 Harvey Norman State of Origin series to be played tonight at ANZ Stadium.
THE New South Wales Rugby League has named the lineup for the NSW Aussie Blues clash against Queensland at ANZ Stadium next Wednesday at 8:00pm.
PAUL gives you a comprehensive preview of tonight's Origin opener while the LeagueUnlimited crew give you their tips.
THE XXXX Maroons squad will take part in a special clinic with students from seven primary schools at Melbourne
THE following players have been selected to represent the XXXX Queensland Maroons in Game 1 of the Harvey Norman State of Origin Series at Etihad Stadium, Melbourne, on June 3.
NSW will announce their Origin team tonight while the Maroons name their 17 tomorrow, but in the lead-up, LeagueUnlimited.com wants you to name the strongest line-up for your team heading in to Game I in Melbourne on June 3.
NEW South Wales City have overcome a 12-6 half time deficit to outclass NSW Country by 40-18 in Orange tonight. *Judiciary news update*
QUEENSLAND selectors have today announced the XXXX Maroons
NSWRL has announced a 40-man Origin squad.
ALLAN Langer and Jason Hetherington will take on roles with the XXXX Queensland Maroons in 2009.
MAL Meninga unlikely to replace Ricky Stuart as coach of Kangaroos.