Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)

SEVENTH ORIGIN HEAVEN? TAKE IT AS a[euro][approximately]RED', BRO Meninga Brothers Argue over Maroon Selections

Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)

SEVENTH ORIGIN HEAVEN? TAKE IT AS a[euro][approximately]RED', BRO Meninga Brothers Argue over Maroon Selections

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Byline: Patrick Williams

CAMERON Meninga expects to be toasting big brother Mal's record seventh State of Origin series win in a row tonight a with red beer. Cameron (pictured sampling the special brew yesterday) is the younger brother of the Maroons rugby league coach (inset).

With a win at Suncorp, the Queensland Origin side will have 15 wins with Mal at the helm a and he will pass Phil Gould's win record with the Blues.

Cameron admits if he were coach, the Maroons would have looked a little different.

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CAMERON, the manager of the Mooloolaba Surf Club, revealed that he and Mal discuss the make-up of the Maroons, just as any brothers do.

aMal and I like to sit down and debate team selection from time to time,a the 41-year-old said.

Cameron, who in his playing days lined up for the Maroochydore Swans, said Mal did not agree with him this time around.

Cameron had suggested putting Darius Boyd at fullback, Dane Nielsen on the wing and leaving Greg Inglis in the centres for tonight's big game. …

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