QUEENSLAND began scouring its playing ranks for State of Origin answers on Thursday as questions continued to be posed about the state of the Suncorp Stadium playing surface.
STATE of Origin casualty Justin Hodges will NOT seek legal action against Suncorp Stadium despite a season-ending injury on the uneven playing surface last Wednesday.
QUEENSLAND centre Justin Hodges has been given legal advice he could sue after injuring his knee at Suncorp Stadium during Wednesday's State of Origin match.
TONY Rea has again named the same team for this Sunday's game at Castleford Tigers.
IN Bulls Eye this week, coach Brian Noble, second row forward, Jamie Peacock and hooker James Lowes look ahead to Sunday's Round 14 Tetley's Super League clash at Wilderspool when the Bulls travel across Pennines to take on the Wolves.
WIGAN Warriors Coach Stuart Raper has announced the following team for Friday's Tetley's Super League home clash with Hull at the JJB Stadium, 8pm Kick Off.
WING Matt Petersen signed a new two-year contract with National Rugby League (NRL) strugglers the Parramatta Eels yesterday.
KIWIS veteran Stephen Kearney will set a new appearance record for a New Zealander in the National Rugby League (NRL) when he leads the Melbourne Storm against Penrith on Saturday night.
A noisy crowd at Energy Australia Stadium in Newcastle saw their home side claw back from a 12 point deficit at halftime to win at the death by 32 - 30.
QUEENSLAND duo Gorden Tallis and Tonie Carroll are likely to drop out of Brisbane's side for Sunday's top of the table National Rugby League match against Canberra.
SECOND rower Sione Faumuina is all for the New Zealand Warriors showing off their flair in the National Rugby League (NRL).
MID-SEASON madness is about to infect the National Rugby League, but the Warriors are set to avoid the worst of it.
THE aftermath of Origin is the inevitable let down we get from seeing the mere mortals trundle around the field in their team colours pretending to think they are solely focussed on club duties.
FORMER Kiwis captain Quentin Pongia has some unfinished business to take care off when he resurrects his National Rugby League (NRL) career with St George-Illawarra tonight.
NEWCASTLE pair Danny Buderus and Ben Kennedy and St George Illawarra's Luke Bailey and Shaun Timmins will have fitness tests today to see if they will play in tonight's National Rugby League match at EnergyAustralia Stadium.