NSW's Josh Addo-Carr sealed the result.Source:News Corp Australia.
“It is a big gamble — 11 players on debut and it is exciting and unpredictable,” Gould told Channel 9. But there was no denying the Blues who finally lived up to bookies’ favouritism as Latrell Mitchell (48th), Tom Trbojevic (50th) and Josh Addo-Carr (70th) crossed in the second half. Victories in Games I and II by the scorelines of 22-12 and 18-14 in Melbourne and Sydney respectively has seen the Blues claim just its second series win since 2005. Tom Trbojevic and Josh Addo-Carr crossed to make sure for the Blues. It is the first time NSW has not taken a bus to the MCG, but coach Brad Fittler’s left-field idea proved to be a masterstroke as the Blues avoided Melbourne’s notorious peak-hour traffic. Queensland appeared in disarray when Gagai suffered a compound dislocation at Tuesday’s match eve training run at the MCG barely 24 hours after veteran fullback Billy Slater pulled out with a hamstring complaint.
Tedesco got a nice pass away as he was falling to the deck.
Queensland forced Nathan Cleary in-goal to earn a repeat set on the back of a ten-minute period of physical dominance.
Inglis ran in and put a crunching hit under the ribs of the Manly star — but was ruled to have been a mile offside. Outside of that it was pretty clear cut.
“Queensland are getting tired. They also won the first two games of the 2003 and 2014 series, but then lost the final match, both of those at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, the former by 36-6 in what was Cameron Smith’s debut match for the Maroons. And their luck didn’t change on Wednesday as the most inexperienced Maroons side in more than a decade could not stop NSW registering Origin win No.50 - albeit six years after Queensland had notched the same landmark. The 2019 State of Origin series was the 38th annual best-of-three series between the Queensland and New South Wales rugby league teams.
In: Corey Oates, Daly Cherry-Evans, Tim Glasby. With the State of Origin shield already lost, ... That’s your ultimate preview to the third and final State of Origin match for 2018, and there will be plenty of questions to be asked, including: Can the great Billy Slater finish his Maroons career with victory in his first game as skipper? “He strikes the ball as good as anyone I have seen. The 28-year-old, who has otherwise been in good form for the Dragons, has been relegated to the bench with Daly Cherry-Evans earning a reprieve and being named in the number seven jumper alongside five-eighth Munster. “There has been a bit of chat south of the border and we certainly have some firebrands in our pack - I would not be surprised if a real physical contest erupts. Commentators were far more furious over the blatant forward pass that led to Josh Addo-Carr’s match-sealing try in the 68th minute. Smith told Channel 9 after the game the decision was a “turning point”. “Tedesco once again through tired forwards up through the middle and carved them up,” he said. “If the Maroons win this one it would be the biggest upset in State of Origin history,” Lewis told Macquarie Sports Radio. We want to see it. Nationwide News Pty Limited Copyright © 2020. There weren’t many questionable decisions.”. It came on the back of a darting linebreak from James Tedesco which allowed Maloney and Trbojevic to catch the Maroons’ left edge unprepared. He dived over in the corner to put NSW ahead 22-12 after 70 minutes. Look at Maloney a metre behind the line when he throws the pass.Then look at Addo-Carr a metre over the line when he catches it.Two referees are there and both miss it. We will let that one go.”. Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. Those selections paid off, as hooker Damien Cook was a livewire throughout and created the break for the first try by impressive man of the match James Tedesco, while Trbojevic and Addo-Carr tries - on the back of returning half Jimmy Maloney's accurate kicking game and smart passing - secured the win. And for a while it looked like being enough. Fittler's appointment. Interchange:Tariq Sims, Jake Trbojevic, Angus Crichton, Tyrone Peachey. “You could see that unfolding,” Sterling told Channel 9. In a break with tradition, Greg Inglis and Boyd Cordner eyeballed each other during Advance Australia Fair before getting stuck into the start of play.
Maloney missed the conversion to leave the scores locked at 12-12 after 49 minutes. They certainly finished stronger.
How to get into rugby league - a crowd-pleasing, physically demanding game with few stoppages and plenty of pace. 2018 State of Origin: Game 3. State of Origin’s new era without Queensland’s Big Four has kicked off with a 22-12 NSW victory at the MCG. Other than that, the side is mostly unchanged, though Paul Vaughan, who has volunteered to take the first hit-up of the match, will get a place on the run-on side with his Dragons teammate Sims to start on the bench. @val_holmes1 goes length of the field!#Origin #NRL pic.twitter.com/uUEEIeFzsA. The Blues giant clearly ruffled feathers in the Maroons camp when he claimed: “I can’t wait to get out there and start killing some people”. Peking Duk ft. Elliphant - Stranger #Origin Follow LIVE: https://t.co/iqXxKhbTlI Watch LIVE: @Channel9 pic.twitter.com/r86GO8rWqd, AFL lift your game, NRL pre game entertainment , Peking Duck igniting the daytime versus nighttime @AFL Grand Final debate in 3-2-1... #StateofOrigin, Maroons confirm Morgan’s move to fullback. Oops! In the places of their more experienced now-former teammates, the likes of Cameron Munster, Ben Hunt and Anthony Milford have done their best to fill their huge shoes, but their tasks eventually proved to be too much. Replays showed the ball sailed almost 4m forward, but there was no mention of the infringement on the Channel 9 telecast until Gallen laughed about the pass going unnoticed after the game. Queensland legend Darren Lockyer said the Maroons would be glad the Blues didn’t try and press on for a try. Hunt, in particular, came under intense scrutiny for his poor performance in Game II, during which he made the decision to kick on the third tackle after Blues centre James Roberts had been sin-binned for a professional foul late in the second half. #Origin #NRL pic.twitter.com/RJjyo1u1Qi. NEW South Wales has delivered a hammer blow to … Queensland scored on the next set of six when Ben Hunt delivered another perfectly weighted kick into the in-goal. “As a Queenslander, I was happy they took the two,” Lockyer said in commentary for Channel 9. “In the past it’s been obvious, but tonight as a team they did a really good job of it. The retirements from representative football of Cameron Smith, Darius Boyd, Johnathan Thurston and Cooper Cronk left the Maroons void of experience entering this year’s series, and their absences have clearly told the story as they surrendered the shield for just the second time since 2005. ‘It’s a massive hit,” Phil Gould told Channel 9. I wonder how different that game would have been had the penalty been called on Crichton instead of Gagai. The Blues will start with David Klemmer and Reagan Campbell-Gillard in the front row. Queensland forward Gavin Cooper complained to referee Gerard Sutton over his interference on a kick from Damien Cook into the Maroons’ in-goal. “Huge challenge, monumental task to come to a ground they have never played on before and get it right. Too strong! #Origin Follow LIVE: https://t.co/iqXxKhbTlI Watch LIVE: @Channel9 pic.twitter.com/y54DWPJbBy, Queensland hit back after ugly Maloney mistake. That takes a lot of time,” he said.
The signs were ominous for Queensland after a chaotic lead-up, losing veteran fullback Billy Slater (hamstring) and sweating until the last minute for the availability of winger Dane Gagai (finger). Although there was obvious delight within the Blues camp that their new-look side came away with a winning start, that optimism could be tempered by memories of 2017 when a bright start evaporated in games two and three as Queensland regrouped and responded. @NRL sort it out.#QLDER #Origin2018 #stateoforigin2018 pic.twitter.com/oB5OzpWTkF. Stat ... State of Origin. From Start Both decisions were barely mentioned on Channel 9’s live telecast — but they were picked up by fans on social media, who were screaming for justice as the Blues ran away to a 1-0 series lead.
His violent driving tackle saw Blues players run in to push him off Trbojevic — but the melee went no further than that. He will handle it.” Gagai kept his left hand firmly in his jacket throughout the team walk, refusing to show TV cameras his damaged finger. Addo-Carr finished off a sweet linebreak from Blues star James Tedesco that went through the hands of James Maloney. TRY!Tedesco breaks away and Tommy Turbo does the rest. Not one mention of the Maloney forward pass for that last try by the Ch 9 commentary team.
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