NSW U18s vs QLD U18s

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  1. rhugh89

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    Queenland have named their team for the curtain raiser before game 2, They will be coached by Josh Hannay

    1. Corey Allan (Souths Logan Magpies)
    2. David Fauid (Norths Devils)
    3. Enari Tuala (Townsville Blackhawks)
    4. Gehamat Shibasaki (Norths Devils)
    5. Michael Carroll (Townsville Blackhawks)
    6. Gerome Burns (Norths Devils)
    7. Lachlan Lam (Sydney Roosters)
    8. Thomas Mikaele (Ipswich Jets)
    9. Brent Woolf (Wynnum Manly Seagulls)
    10. Patrick Carrigan (Easts Tigers)
    11. Emry Pere (Townsville Blackhawks)
    12. Duarne Dempsey (Townsville Blackhawks)
    13. Corey Horsburgh (Townsville Blackhawks)

    14. Julian Christian (Townsville Blackhawks)
    15. Tom Skinner (Penrith Panthers)
    16. Kobe Tararo (Gold Coast White)
    17. Mitipere Tuatai (Wynnum Manly Seagulls)
    18. Tristan Sailor (St Goerge Illawarra Dragons)

    Coach: Josh Hannay (Souths Logan Magpies)
     
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    New South Wales have announced their team, 4 Knights players selected which is the more than any other club

    1. Ryan Papenhuyzen (Balmain Tigers)
    2. Isaac Lumelume (Cronulla Sharks)
    3. Tui Afualo (Parramatta Eels)
    4. Nick Cotric (Canberra Raiders)
    5. Zac Lomax (Illawarra Steelers)
    6. Brendan O’Hagan (Newcastle Knights)
    7. Sean O’Sullivan (Penrith Panthers)
    8. Emre Guler (South Sydney Rabbitohs)
    9. Reece Robson (St George Dragons)
    10. Jai Whitbread (Brisbane Broncos)
    11. Cameron Murray (South Sydney Rabbitohs)
    12. Samuel Radovu (Penrith Panthers)
    13. Brodie Jones (Newcastle Knights)

    14. Tom Starling (Newcastle Knights)
    15. Pesami Saulo (Newcastle Knights)

    16. Payne Haas (Gold Coast Titans)
    17. Keaon Kolomatangi (South Sydney Rabbitohs)
    18. Joshua Curran (Parramatta Eels)

    Coach: Brad Fittler



     
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    Tom starling. Geez his quick off the mark. What a game from him.
     
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    O'Hagan was a late withdrawal.
    Jones and Saulo went well in the forwards.
    Starling was outstanding off the bench. I thought he was our best in the second half easily and would have been MOTM if he played full minutes.
    The bad news is that Starling hurt his arm and seemed to be carrying a dead arm for the last few minutes. It did look like he hit his funny bone, so maybe it is just a stinger.
     
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    Young Blues Smash Queensland


    Matt Buxton (Twitter: @MattBuxton22)
    Wed 22nd June, 07:30PM

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    The NSW under-18s Origin side have blown their Queensland counterparts off the park, shutting them out 26-0.

    The back three of the Blues were the best players on the park, with Zac Lomax scoring a magnificent double, Issac Lumelume scoring one and setting up two, and Ryan Papenhuyzen having an incredible match at fullback.

    The match started as an absolute disaster for Queensland winger, Michael Carroll, dropped the ball off the kick-off.

    Off the scrum, Ryan Papenhuyzen showed some incredible lateral speed to get on the outside of his defender, and create an overlap for Lomax to score the first try of the match before a tackle had even been made.

    The Blues doubled their lead after Sean O’Sullivan put up a bomb that went uncontested by Queensland, and Lumelume caught it above his head to unloaded to Samuel Radovu, who scored with ease.

    The left centre-wing pairing combined perfectly on the stroke of halftime to extend the Blues’ lead to 12-0.

    Tui Afualo gave a good ball to Lumelume, who beat his first defender, drew the fullback, and passed back to Afualo to go over untouched.

    Lomax increased the Blues’ lead to 18-0 when he pulled off an absolute miracle of a try.

    A kick went up, he re-gathered but it seemed the ball was going to fall out of his grasp.

    On his way down to the line, he juggled the ball on the end of his fingertips to eventually plant the ball down and score an amazing try.

    Coach Brad Fittler said before the game that he wants Cameron Murray to shine and display his seemingly endless potential for this game, and he certainly stamped his authority in the second half when he busted through the line, drew the fullback and gave it off for a speedy Papenhuyzen, who was lingering in support.

    Lomax converted the first goal of the match, which extended the Blues’ lead to 22-0.

    Lumelume ran in a late try to cap off a great 26-0 win for the young Blues.


    http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2016/06/22/young_blues_smash_qu.html




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