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The Blues though were fantastic in the second half and despite the late fightback from the Maroons, NSW were probably the better team across the series. The NFL Show's Jason Bell and Osi Umenyiora discuss whether the league is ready for its first gay active player. Oldest player: Petero Civoniceva (36 years and 73 days – Game 3, 2012)
Finally, a dropped ball from NSW and QLD are off the hook. 77' - Excellent field position here for Queensland.
Since 1988 either New South Wales or Queensland usually hosts two of the three matches on a rotational basis. DCE now kicks to Addo-Carr, and he beats a player or two after taking the ball. Later in the set, the ball comes inside to Oates inside NSWs half and Oates spills it! We got a bit too comfortable. #origin #WomenInLeague #OurWay, Cracking crowd here at North Sydney Oval for the State of Origin. After the game two massacre in Perth few would have thought that Queensland would have put up such an impressive fight away from home. Norman somehow didn’t score on the earlier play, but a huge surge from Josh McGuire sees him slide over the line - the try given after a look at a double movement. Blues were short-priced favourites, even with a changed halves pairing that saw Mitchell Pearce - never previously a series winner - brought back to partner Jimmy Maloney. Blues halfback Mitchell Pearce spread a cut-out pass to Tom Trbojevic, who drew a defender and then passed it out to Blake Ferguson, who just managed to stay in the field before laying on Tedesco for the winner. And would you believe it, he kicks it from the sideline. After a new-look Queensland shocked the Blues at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane in game one, a superb performance in Perth set up a Sydney decider for the state rivals.
Thanks Iris - was an absolute ripper of a match. With Queensland having enjoyed much of the early running and taking an 8-2 lead on 28 minutes, the fullback's first intervention in the game brought the Blues back even. This one will be spoken about for a while. 45 min: So the armwrestle is on. To win it here in front of the crowd is unbelievable.”. A win for NSW would see them complete a hat-trick of series successes for the third time in Origin history. Scores were locked at 20-all in the final minute on Wednesday when Blake Ferguson tiptoed the sideline, then found Tedesco for his second try of the night. – passe? Nethertheless, it has been a pleasure as always. Youngest player: Ben Ikin (18 years and 83 days – Game 1, 1995) He nails it! The following venues have hosted State of Origin matches since 1980. The Tri-series also included both sides playing a game against New Zealand. Questions have already begun about how best to present the series.
© 2020 Guardian News & Media Limited or its affiliated companies. Thanks to all the fans for coming out tonight. Munster then finds a tired NSW forward and busts the line, before Tedesco takes him. It’s frustrating mate...”, Tedesco: “It’s unbelievable. The Queensland defender, Chambers slipped and the Blues fullback dived over in the corner despite the dive of Gagai! Most points in State of Origin career: 212 (5 tries, 102 goals, 2 field goals) – Johnathan … 10 minutes to go. Maloney from the left touchline. “We’ve still got to build the playing pool and get everyone up to that level that can handle this level. 40 out, scoops it up citing tired defence, he evades the markers, gets into the back-field, swerves his way around Munster and scores next to the posts. McGuire had no business scoring on 71 minutes as he weaseled through some slack NSW defence 10 metres out and skidded across the tryline. The half is becoming chaotic. Available for everyone, funded by readers. Paul Vaughan has made a great impact off the bench, and while Tedesco has been marked well, he still managed to wriggle his way downfield to given NSW the impetus for their first try. "It's unbelievable mate. But of a fracas afterwards, but everyone’s too tired to throw one. Tackled. Wighton kicks to Muster, and now it’s QLDs turn. Pressure from Mitchell Pearce. This is quite funny, they’ve not taken the conversion, they’ve instead started celebrating and everyone’s on the field. The fans were treated to an outstanding game too, with a defensive battle taking place in the first half as per the usual men’s Origin fare. Queensland have won 21 series. Don’t think so. QLD surge downfield, Cherry Evans gets in position but bombs instead. We worked so hard, it's a bit of a different position to what we were in last year. NSW retain the Women’s State of Origin shield.Source:Getty Images. Munster; Oates, Chambers, Mbye, Gagai; Norman, Cherry-Evans; Ofahengaue, Hunt, Papalii, Kaufusi, Lowe, McGuire, Sign up for live match notifications on the BBC Sport app. 73' - Six-point ball game - this is all to play for here! Andrew Johns is in the NSW sheds, says the message is about defending Munster better, and keeping the ball in play. Both sides engineered opportunities to claim the shield, but NSW was ultimately just in front. The matches in 1980 and 1981 were one off experimental matches after New South Wales had already won the interstate series in both years. My sons, who are both over 20, have finally seen NSW the SOR back to back. Grab a cup of tea, or a schooner, or pint, or whatever you call it, and buckle in for a fascinating second half. There was a couple of defensive lapses that cost us, but our effort throughout the whole night, especially that second half is what got us to that lead.". However NSW were able to capitalise on some fatigue once the referees stopped blowing penalties, allowing them to take a seemingly unassailable 12 point lead with 10 minutes left. “It’s going to drag more and more people into the stadiums and then women’s rugby league will really kick off more than it already has since 2013.”, The women’s game continued to push for inclusion.Source:Getty Images. AEST = Australian Eastern Standard Time which is 10 hours ahead of GMT (Greenwich Mean Time). Lowe stepped up to add the kick, but a moment of magic by Blues winger Ferguson led to Tedesco's try and brought home the prize. But Tedesco, who finished the night with a game-high 222 metres and 10 tackle busts, turned hero with his game-winning four-pointer. Easy for Lowe. QLD then give away a penalty.
On 15 July 2003 the Australian Rugby League announced that this game was to be classified as an "official match" and that the match would count towards the players' individual statistics and overall match win-loss-draw records. "To be honest mate, I thought we had them.
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