State of Origin heads west as New South Wales and Queensland clash at Perth Stadium. Can the Maroons seal the series with a win, or will the Blues force a decider? Find out in our live blog.
Gone are the days of "chook raffles" or paying their own way to games, as the Queensland women's State of Origin team laces up to take the crown from NSW in tonight's second clash at North Sydney.
Blues coach Brad Fittler admits he has "more sleepless nights" ahead as his tactics and key players come under question after Queensland's win in the State of Origin opener at Lang Park.
The time for talk — or not talking about your opponents — is over as Queensland host New South Wales in State of Origin Game I. Bookmark our live blog to follow all the action later this evening.
Indigenous State of Origin players will refuse to sing Advance Australia Fair tonight, because they say the words "young and free" are disrespectful to 60,000 years of pre-European Indigenous history.
The NRL's tacit support of two players deciding not to sing the national anthem before next week's State of Origin I illustrates it is showing leadership in Indigenous affairs, writes Richard Hinds.
Nathan Cleary retains his New South Wales State of Origin jersey for next month's series opener against Queensland, while the Blues also include five debutants in their squad.
With Queensland's hooking stocks severely stretched by injury, QRL chairman Bruce Hatcher says the return of 42-match veteran Cameron Smith would be "manna from heaven".
Greg Inglis's rugby league retirement brings down the curtain on a remarkable NRL and State of Origin career that will see him remembered as a legend of the game, writes Zane Bojack.
Maroons and Australia great Greg Inglis announces a timeline for his retirement from the NRL, setting 2020 as his final year in the game.