Women’s Rugby League is on the rise, and we will get to see a glimpse of some of the best women’s players as New South Wales and Queensland will meet in the annual Interstate Challenge on Sunday at WIN Stadium, Wollongong. Queensland have been dominant for 17 of the last.
State of Origin, the Decider. It’s the first decider since 2015, and the score is one that Blues fans would rather forget, with the Maroons recording their biggest ever win, 52-6 at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. It’s the same venue for the decider tonight, and something NSW will have to overcome. The.
Queensland have made seven changes to the team that lost the series opener 28-4 to New South Wales in Game One in Brisbane, ahead of Game 2 of the Holden State of Origin Series at ANZ Stadium in Sydney. Veteran players Billy Slater and Johnathan Thurston have been recalled as.
Both the Queensland and New South Wales Teams for State of Origin 1 were named on Monday. There have been some surprise selections for both states ahead of the series opener on Wednesday at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane. For Queensland, veteran Billy Slater has been overlooked despite reaching top form.
Tyson Frizell and Josh Morris have been cut from the Blues squad, and are free to play for their respective clubs this weekend, which means Penrith’s Matt Moylan & Josh Mansour, Manly’s Dylan Walker, and his former teammate, South Sydney’s Adam Reynolds, will make their Origin debut. Frizell and Morris.