Tag Archives: Michael O’Connor
Ahhh, the 1980s – mullets, moustaches, tobacco sponsorship, Rex Mossop, the birth of State of Origin, Tina Turner, and Jim Comans rubbing out enforcers for 12 months. And some of..
Throughout the 1980s no fullback consistently dominated the position like Garry Jack did, and in 1986 he was officially recognised as the best player on the planet. A constant figure..
Last week, I had a crack at naming Queensland’s all-time greatest State of Origin XIII. This week, I’ve picked my best New South Wales Blues XIII, considering all 267 players..
As a coach Graham Lowe reached the highest levels of the game, leading both New Zealand and Queensland to success. Through the late 1970s to mid 1990s, Lowe mentored some..
Across its 36-year history, State of Origin has provided us with some of the best moments in modern rugby league history. From fights to field goals and freakish tries, we..
Long-time rugby league fans generally either love or hate the Manly Sea Eagles. The Northern Beaches club entered the NSWRL/NRL in 1947 and have since won eight premierships. They secured..