“They beat us up everywhere,” Maroons coach Kevin Walters admitted post-game. New South Wales have rung the changes in response to their defeat and dropped seven players—three because of injuries—including Latrell Mitchell. And once again, Trbojevic proved to be too hot for the Maroons to handle: TOMMY TURBO TRIPLE NSW lead 12-6 after 24 mins. In Origin when you get the momentum you need to hold onto it. Blues Hammer Maroons in State of Origin 2019 Game 2, Square Series at 1-1 Matt Jones Featured Columnist June 23, 2019 Comments. The best spell the Maroons had in the match came immediately after they fell behind, as they managed to finally build some momentum and push into their opponents' half. Featured Columnist June 21, 2019 Comments. A hat-trick effort by Tom Trbojevic, a … The wet conditions played in my favour a bit. Those words from Kalyn Ponga after Origin I must’ve been ringing in the ears of the NSW players — especially the forwards — ahead of Sunday night’s clash in Perth. #Origin https://t.co/WLlEFnLCvC. Before this series, Queensland had won 21 times, NSW 14 times, with two series drawn. For just the second time, a game was played away from Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne, with Game 2 played at Perth’s Optus Stadium A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this site and use it to make both advertising and content more relevant to you on our network and other sites. NSW have ensured the 2019 State of Origin series will go to a decider after thrashing Queensland 38-6 at a sell-out at Optus Stadium in Game 2. We needed a big one," Graham, who had only just returned to the NRL after a long sideline stint injured, told Nine after the win. State of Origin 2019: Date, Start Time, Live Stream for Maroons vs. Blues Game 2 Christopher Simpson @ @CJSimpsonBR. It also lets them carry an extra forward on the bench. The Blues are the defending champions, having won the series last year for just the second time since 2005. Match Highlights. Fast forward a couple of weeks and it’s now the Blues with all the momentum heading into Origin III in Sydney after a thumping 38-6 win. Up front, Jake Trbojevic, who won man of the match, made the most metres of any forward with 133, while skipper Boyd Cordner wasn’t far behind with 117. Addo-Carr then kept the Blues steam train rolling over Queensland after finishing off a neat little kick by Graham. The first @NSWRL Blues hat-trick since 2005. "We didn't shy away from the physical confrontation. As the heavens opened up at the 25 minute-mark in Perth, Maloney continued to dictate play like a puppetmaster, with a 40/20 catching Ponga out and setting up the Blues once again. NSW lead 6-0. "With the team we have selected, we know there is improvement," Walters said, per Queensland's official website. Trbojevic had an instant impact since returning to the starting team after a hamstring injury kept him out of Game 1. Time: 5:50 p.m. local (10:50 a.m. BST, 5:50 a.m. In inclement weather at the Optus Stadium in Perth, Australia, the Blues were outstanding, with Tom Trbojevic scoring a tremendous hat-trick. Plus, Michael Chammas has a major update on the coaching situation at the Newcastle Knights, Injured Wests Tigers captain Moses Mbye joins the team live in studio to talk about his side's run into the finals, and when he'll return from injury. "After reviewing the game [at Suncorp], I would probably give it a five, or maybe if I am being kind, a six out of 10, and the players are aware of this.". Plus, the team take a close look at a host of incidents that are set to go to the NRL Judiciary on Tuesday night, Wests Tigers utility Josh Reynolds joins Inside The NRL ahead of his side's crunch game against the Cronulla Sharks. Turbo with his second of the night... not bheeed! The boys had a really big game. NSW lead 28-6 after 55 mins. Replay the 2019 Holden State of Origin II in full or catch the condensed Kayo Mini. Brandon Smith won the hearts of fans amid a trying season, with a highlight reel of hilarity. Billy Slater breaks down the ability of Storm coach Craig Bellamy to resurrect players from the scrap heap into champions. After squandering a chance to extend their lead further when Addo-Carr was deemed to have latched onto a forward pass, New South Wales did eventually get their third try of the day, with Trbojevic notching a second: Ya kidding The Blues still had all the momentum though and soon Trbojevic had his second try of the match. A hat-trick effort by Tom Trbojevic, a double by Josh Addo-Carr and a masterclass from James Maloney in heavy rain in Perth, sealed a memorable victory that rugby league legend Phil Gould called "the best performance in a decade". In the lead-up to the must-win game, NSW legend Mark Geyer had urged the Blues to draw on Ponga’s sledge as motivation. Two try assists for Queensland in about half an hour. Josh Morris is also among those dropped despite scoring the Blues' opening try. Get your 14-day free trial and start streaming instantly >. “That’s concerning because you need all your services players to be on the same page because you only get eight, nine or 10 opportunities each half to put these set plays on and I just didn’t see that tonight.”. NSW PLAYER RATINGS: Teddy’s near perfect display, returning stars shine, QLD PLAYER RATINGS: Forwards flop and x-factor fails to fire, EVEN FATTY WAS BLOWING UP: Maroons awarded ‘joke’ penalty try, WHAT WAS THAT? The Blues had a setback to start the second half with their no.7 Cleary ruled out for the rest of the game due to an ankle injury after an awkward tackle in the first 40. ET), TV Info: Channel 9 (AUS), Sky Sports (UK). Viewers shocked as Munster drops F-bomb, SLAPPED: Fans fume as Chambers' slap on Blues rookie goes unpunished, MAGNIFICENT SEVEN: Freddy pulls off Origin masterstroke as Blues throttle Maroons. "It's awesome. They looked to be on course for a strong start to this year's series when they took an 8-0 lead at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane into half-time in the first match, but Queensland battled back to draw first blood. The veteran playmaker who missed out on selection in Game 1 didn't flinch at the added responsibility, and was only fired up more when Jarrod Wallace tackled him mid-air after a kick, gifting NSW another two points. #Origin https://t.co/DnOudB4j1J. Tyson Frizell also went over for New South Wales, while Josh Addo-Carr scored twice in the second half; the Maroons were awarded a penalty try in the first period. "You really have to make sure you address the issues that you think have gone wrong and then you move on. Per the Fox Sports Lab, it's been a long time since a New South Wales player scored an Origin hat-trick: Tom Trbojevic has scored the fourth #NSW hat-trick in #StateofOrigin : State of Origin 2019, Game III: NSW coach Brad Fittler slams a beer in the Blues’ sheds The 2019 State of Origin series was the 38th annual best-of-three series between the Queensland and New South Wales rugby league teams. However Dale Finucane's knock-on gave Queensland some reprieve. Watch brand new episodes of The Spanish Princess now on Stan. Chris Anderson - Game 3, 1983. The Inside The NRL team look ahead to a bumper opening weekend of the finals series, and hear from Raiders captain Jarrod Croker ahead of their qualifying final against the Storm. Maloney kicked two penalties to extend their advantage to 16 points, before the Blues went through the gears. The Game 3 decider will be on July 10 at ANZ Stadium in Sydney. "We just didn't show up with the right intent to play footy tonight," Cherry-Evans said. Fox Sports' Warren Smith had sympathy for him: Josh Morris is very unlucky to miss out on the Blues team for #Origin 2, but they need to carry a halves back-up, and Wighton is it. NSW have ensured the 2019 State of Origin series will go to a decider after thrashing Queensland 38-6 at a sell-out at Optus Stadium in Game 2. Indigenous State of Origin stars continue national anthem protest in Game Two, Phil Gould's bold call after NSW Blues win State Of Origin Game 2, Joey and Gal pick their Blues teams for game one: The Blueprint, Craig Bellamy's genius in developing journeymen: Billy's Breakdown. The NSW side ran rings around their fierce rivals at Optus Stadium to rack up an impressive 1736 run metres. Trbojevic's hat-trick was the first from the NSW camp since Matt King in 2005. Nine players in the NSW side hit the mark, with Josh Addo-Carr making the most metres of any on the field with 227. As for Queensland, they're keeping the same squad together following the victory, aside from replacing Joe Ofahengaue (knee) and Jai Arrow (ankle) with Tim Glasby and Jarrod Wallace. #Origin https://t.co/2s5B9SMCKS. If that was a middle-of-the-road performance from Queensland, New South Wales will have to hope their replacements can help them produce a significantly better showing than they did in the first game, or the series will be going back to their rivals once again. The Blues are the defending champions, having won Origin 12 months ago for just the second time in 13 years. "Didn't go to plan but was lucky to come back on and finish the game," Cordner said. " In the first half, New South Wales were the stronger side, and from the off they applied pressure to the Queensland defence. Referees determined that Jack Wighton had impeded on Chambers' run onto a Ben Hunt grubber in goal behind the Blues defence, where he was unable to get to the ball before in went dead. #Origin https://t.co/VgdOlTlCzl. Plus, we look at all of the big talking points from Round 24 of the Telstra Premiership including Tom Trbojevic's injury and the Will Chambers fan altercation, South Sydney hooker Damien Cook and Cronulla Sharks back-rower Wade Graham join the Inside The NRL team live in studio after big Round 23 wins. Blues skipper Boyd Cordner said he was "frustrated" at his brief early exit due to a HIA check, but was proud of how his team stood up in their do-or-die clash. At this point, Queensland heads had dropped and the Blues continued to pile on the misery. "Can't wait to get back home. Damien Cook carved through the line, then Graham drew Chambers in to a tackle, before passing it wide and allowing Addo-Carr to score his double and put the cherry on top of a stellar evening. #Origin https://t.co/vIWvzYtfwl. Tommy Turbo flies high to get the Blues on the board. Former Queensland champion Johnathan Thurston said the performance was “concerning” but didn’t believe many changes, if any, were needed. While the final stages fizzled out, there was still time for New South Wales to underline their stranglehold on the game, as Addo-Carr was on hand to finish an exceptional counter-attack from the Blues.

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