The team news and expected changes heading into Round 17 of the 2015 Telstra Premiership season, including the possible returns of Jamie Lyon and Tyson Frizell.
Having played at fullback for the Maroons just once before, Greg Inglis believes he's now better placed to provide direction for his team in the Origin decider.
The Manly Sea Eagles have signed Panthers hooker Apisai Koroisau to a three-year deal, starting in 2016.
The 2015 Holden State of Origin decider, at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium on July 8, is officially a sell-out.
Robbie Farah is giving himself every chance to play Origin III but in the meantime is helping old rival Michael Ennis slot into the NSW role if required.
The Dragons will be out to reverse a three-game losing run without some of their stars against a depleted Cowboys side on Saturday at WIN Stadium.
The Touch Football Australia Board has elected Anita Hagarty as the Chair to work through its next strategic cycle, following Mike Rush stepping down.
Penrith say Jamie Soward and Peter Wallace hold the key to turning around their NRL season.
Stand-in Wests Tigers captain Dene Halatau has accepted he'll be carrying a partially ruptured biceps for the rest of his life.
Eels players say the side's confidence is building after three wins in their past four starts and are glad to be able to repay under-fire coach Brad Arthur.