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If the hot air being generated in the Sydney press post-Origin 2 is to be believed, the Blues simply need to turn up at Lang Park tonight to again be handed the State of Origin shield.
Injuries, form, and the small matter of restoring state pride at a packed Lang Park have forced Mal Meninga to ring the Queensland Maroons team changes for State of Origin Game 3.
June 2, 1987. A night I’ll never forget. My first time… at a State of Origin game at Lang Park.
There’s something about rugby league attempting to push beyond its traditional boundaries that causes the collective sphincter of Australian sports fans to involuntarily tighten.
Mal Meninga may have all but copy/pasted his Queensland Maroons team line-up for Game 1 of the 2015 State of Origin series from last year’s Game 3 Wikipedia entry, but that doesn’t make it immune to analysis.
It’s an age-old paradox – what happens when an irresistible force meets an immovable object?