The Centralian Advocate Fri 10 Jun 2022
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48 SPORT Friday June 10 2022 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 12-PAGE FORM GUIDE TOP TOOL FOR PICKING WINNERS INSIDE Australian heavyweight star Justis Huni steps over police tape as he returns to his home in Brisbane after it was hit by five bullets in a drive-by shooting in the early hours of Thursday. Picture: Dan Peled/ NCA NewsWire SCARY TALE OF THE TAPE JUSTIS Hunis father fears his son could be the victim of a hate campaign after the Australian heavyweight boxing star was rocked by a driveby shooting that saw five bullets sprayed into their Brisbane home. Police were called to the scene of the Huni family home in Brisbanes south after the boxing sensation was woken by the sound of gunshots at 4am on Thursday. There were 10 people in the home at the time. Hunis street in Sunnybank Hills was declared a crime scene, with police ordering the family not to touch the bullets. REPORT P44 (08) 8944 9900 Home Delivery FRI KING HANDS CAM CROWN Maroons legend Lewis declares Munster new Origin monarch NRL Immortal Wally Lewis has labelled Cameron Munster the new king of State of Origin as the Maroons pivot revealed how a strict booze ban inspired his Homebush hatchet job on the Blues. Munster terrorised NSW in Queenslands 16-10 boilover in the series opener on Wednesday night. The King Lewis, Darren Lockyer and Johnathan Thurston are regarded as Queenslands greatest fiveeighths, but The Emperor of Lang Park says Munster is now in their elite playmaking league. STORY P46 Please game responsibly. ARE YOU THE TERRITORYS NEXT MILLIONAIRE? PLAY AT YOUR LOCAL PUB OR CLUB FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN