League great, Mal Meninga, believes newly retired star Greg Inglis will eventually be recognised in the hall of fame.

Meanwhile in AFL the Hawks have lost one of their top players.

Mac Lyon reports.


He’s been flying high for Hawthorn and now the Hawks have swooped.

Jaeger O’Meara signing on for another four years with the side.

While his team mate dodged suspension.

Patrick Dangerfield’s swing against the Giants.

Compared to last year’s lash out by Eagle Andrew Gaff.

Wayne Carey, AFL Great: “It’s no different to what Gaff did in some aspects. Gaff didn’t mean to hit anyone on the chin he accidentally did. He got eight weeks. I say Patty’s very, very lucky.”

Will Hammill wasn’t so lucky.

Landing a two game ban for this slam against the Suns.

While in NRL Kangaroos Coach Mal Meninga has reacted to Greg Inglis’s retirement..

Mal Meninga, Kangaroos Coach: “He’s had a lot of success, man of the matches, Clive Churchills, golden boot, all these sort of things.”

Believing the Maroon’s highest ever try scorer hass earned a place in the hall of fame.

Mal Meninga, Kangaroos Coach: “I just love the way he has carried himself, I love the fact that he, he was humble, he was honest.”

From one great to another.

Mac Lyon, QUT News.