State of Origin recreation two LIVE updates: NSW Blues v Queensland Maroons
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Crichton in poor health on the sidelines
An enormous shift from the Roosters ahead to this point. Goes to point out how a lot an influence the tempo of the sport has on gamers.
What do the stats appear like at half-time?
Half-time: To’o dives over as Blues take a 14-12 lead
The Blues shift the ball left. Cleary to Luai to Burton to To’o. Excellent rugby league.
The Panthers winger makes no mistake down the left edge.
Cleary has a kick from simply contained in the sideline … and it’s good.
NSW take a 14-12 lead on the break. The Kaufusi sin bin will probably be a giant speaking level after this match.
Right here’s the Kalyn Ponga run that bought the Maroons a strive
Kaufusi despatched to the bin
An enormous second, simply earlier than the break.
Kaufusi is pinned for mendacity on Junior Paulo. Truthful sufficient too. Queensland have given away too many penalties which have resulted in set restarts. He’ll have a 10-minute break.
NSW 8-12 QLD
Queensland maintain out determined Blues
The Blues’ large boys bash it up the center as NSW get one other set of six. And one other six. Queensland proceed to infringe.
Daniel Tupou scoops a ball off the deck and comes with a couple of metres of scoring. He’s had an ideal recreation to this point.
However once more, NSW get six extra tackles. It appears like an interference.
NSW 8-12 QLD
Watch Cleary and Burton mix for a magical strive
Cobbo makes a mistake underneath the excessive ball
Prepare dinner and Trbojovic have come onto the sector.
Each groups have continued to check one another within the air. Cobbo spills the beans from a Cleary excessive kick with NSW threatening to strike earlier than half-time.
NSW 8-12 QLD, after 35 minutes
First strive for Maroons, was it controversial?
Blues gamers hand their palms within the air after the Maroons scored their first strive.
What do you suppose?
Ponga and Munster mix for an outstanding strive
NSW concede a penalty, with Queensland camped proper in their very own finish.
Queensland make them pay as Ponga makes a line break – after a dummy – earlier than getting a one-handed cross to Val Holmes who then flicks the ultimate cross to Cameron Munster.
We’ve bought a giant 10 minutes earlier than the break. The Blues would love a strive heading into half-time to get again on this contest.
Conversion is sweet.
NSW 8-12 QLD
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