Posts Tagged "State Of Origin"
Punching in rugby league was consigned to the history books after an unanswered flurry from Paul Gallen on Nate Myles’ chin in an Origin match in 2013. The NRL then decided punching wasn’t a good look for the game.
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The battle for the NSW State of Origin captaincy is far from a one-horse race, with Blues coach Laurie Daley declaring Boyd Cordner a serious option to replace the retired Paul Gallen.
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Okay, we all know how great the All Blacks are so let’s just give up and marvel at their skills.
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Players will be excluded from State of Origin selection by the NRL because of off-field transgressions, as game’s governing body takes a hard-line stance on player misbehaviour.
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The jewel in rugby league’s crown is under threat of mediocrity.
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Nothing makes a rugby league fan shake their head and wonder why they bother quite like a player’s brain failing at the worst possible moment.
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With the 2016 NRL season drawing to a close, it’s the perfect time to take a look back at some of the key points to take from the year that’s been.
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Coach Laurie Daley says the next NSW State of Origin captain will be told a month or two before the 2017 series so he can be fully prepared.
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Rugby league players consistently perform unbelievably athletic feats on the field. Whether that be fearlessly launching themselves at defensive lines or soaring through the air to score a try in the corner; stretching out an arm from what appears to be the first row of seats.
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Laurie Daley is undecided as to whether he wants to coach NSW beyond 2017, but accepts the choice will be made for him if he can’t lead the Blues to State of Origin success next year.
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State of Origin is dead, buried and cremated in the AFL, and for good reason. But that doesn’t mean representative football as a concept should be.
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If what has been reported is true and the NRL takes a State of Origin match to Perth in 2019, then they should explain to rugby league fans the merit of taking one of rugby league’s showpieces away from Sydney and Brisbane to a city where there isn’t an NRL team.
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Aaron Woods knows he will probably never live down his comical post-try celebration fail in NSW’s State of Origin III victory.
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I loved the way the Blues entered Origin 3 at ANZ Stadium, wanting to throw the ball around.
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Their ban may have been lifted but Queensland’s misbehaving Emerging Maroons won’t find it any easier to earn State of Origin selection next year.
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As a proud Queenslander, I have attempted to look into NSW’s Origin side in the years to come. It’s open to discussion, so leave a comment down below about any changes you’d make.
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Blame Paul Gallen’s NSW captaincy for State of Origin tensions reaching a new low, Queensland Rugby League boss Peter Betros says.
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Making predictions without the benefit of form, injury and players’ scheduled court appearances is fraught with foolishness, but let’s give it a crack anyway. After all, there are only around 315 sleeps until Origin 1 2017!
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As official ruler of the unofficial capital of rugby league, the Brisbane Broncos know silver service. And despite an abundance of NRL luxuries, the competition’s glamour club still unashamedly demands red carpet access to end its longest title drought.
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Victory in a dead rubber proves nothing. The series was lost, the win is meaningless, the consolation is no consolation at all.
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