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State of Origin Game 2 - Wednesday 26th June @ 08:00pm
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State of Origin Game 2 - Wednesday 26th June @ 08:00pm
MAROONS vs. NSW
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FULL TIME at Suncorp Stadium and the QLD Maroons have levelled the series with a 26-6 WIN over NSW

Queensland Maroons 26-6

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SUCCESSFUL PENALTY GOAL QUEENSLAND MAROONS
Penalty goal attempt by Johnathan Thurston successful.

Jonathan Thurston gives QLD an extra 2 points, to take the lead to 20

Queensland Maroons 26-6

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Aaron Woods penalised for a high tackle on Justin Hodges

Queensland Maroons 24-6

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Billy Slater drops the ball looking for more points, NSW to try and get the scrum 10m out from their own line

Queensland Maroons 24-6

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Inside the final 5 minutes as NSW get a penalty, penalty count now 6-5 to QLD

Queensland Maroons 24-6

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NSW get a repeat set after the Robbie Farah kick gets punched dead

Queensland Maroons 24-6

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Robbie Farah tries for a 40/20 but cleaned up by Billy Slater 20m out from his own line

Queensland Maroons 24-6

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TRY NEW SOUTH WALES BLUES
Scored by Brett Morris. Conversion attempt by James Maloney successful.

Brett Morris gets the luck of the bounce and scores from a perfect Robbie Farah kick for NSW first points of the game

Queensland Maroons 24-6

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NSW get the scrum feed 30m out from the Queensland line after the pass is punched down field

Queensland Maroons 24-0

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Queensland ruled to make an error, NSW to have the scrum on halfway

Queensland Maroons 24-0

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All 4 sin binned players back on the field now

Queensland Maroons 24-0

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QLD go close to scoring again but Billy Slater can't take the kick cleanly

Queensland Maroons 24-0

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Inside the final 20 minutes and the Maroons running riot as they lead 24-0

Queensland Maroons 24-0

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TRY QUEENSLAND MAROONS
Scored by Greg Inglis. Conversion attempt by Johnathan Thurston successful.

Greg Inglis shows his athletic ability to out leap the NSW defenders

Queensland Maroons 24-0

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SIN BIN
Greg Bird is sent to the sin bin.

Greg Bird is also sin binned for racing in to the fight

Queensland Maroons 18-0

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SIN BIN
Trent Merrin is sent to the sin bin.

Trent Merrin sent to the sin bin for throwing the first punch

Queensland Maroons 18-0

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SIN BIN
Justin Hodges is sent to the sin bin.

Justin Hodges is sent to the bin as well for the incident

Queensland Maroons 18-0

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SIN BIN
Brent Tate is sent to the sin bin.

BRENT TATE is sent to the sin bin

Queensland Maroons 18-0

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BRAWL in Origin 2, punches look to have been thrown, will be a good test of the new rules on the referees

Queensland Maroons 18-0

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PENALTY NSW - Billy Slater penalised and put on REPORT for lashing out with an elbow on Mitchell Pearce, just metres from his own line

Queensland Maroons 18-0

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Bit of push and shove going on here in Origin 2, no punches thrown

Queensland Maroons 18-0

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Luke Lewis looks to be some pain after some accidental contact from Matt Gillett

Queensland Maroons 18-0

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Again poor last tackle options from NSW cost them with a kick that gave no chance for any scoring options

Queensland Maroons 18-0

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Josh Reynolds on the field for his first taste of onfield origin action

Queensland Maroons 18-0

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NSW gets possession back after QLD make an error from the kick off

Queensland Maroons 18-0

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TRY QUEENSLAND MAROONS
Scored by Darius Boyd. Conversion attempt by Johnathan Thurston unsuccessful.

Darius Boyd gets his second try of the match after some good lead up play as well as some very poor defence from Nathan Merritt

Queensland Maroons 18-0

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VIDEO REFEREE: Checking a possible Darius Boyd try, checking grounding, Ashley Klein says TRY

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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Queensland get a repeat set after Daly Cherry-Evans puts a kick through that Morris has to take dead

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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Queensland on the attack with six more tackles, after Dugan drops a Cooper Cronk bomb

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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Poor kicking game hurting New South Wales, with Mitchell Pearce finding Billy Slater on the full yet again

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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Josh Dugan takes a Cooper Cronk bomb marvellously and NSW are working it out from deep inside their own half

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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Brent Tate took a run from acting half on the last and was caught short. NSW work it off their line

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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Robbie Farah has his kick charged down and the Maroons deep inside NSW half

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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Second half underway and its Andrew Fifita with first possession for NSW

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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Second half about to begin, players back onfield QLD to kick off

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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HALF TIME at Suncorp Stadium & its the home side the QLD Maroons leading 14-0 at Half Time

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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NSW having no impact on the game, with the last tackle kick finding Slater on the full

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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UNFORCED ERROR NEW SOUTH WALES BLUES
Brett Morris makes an unforced error.

NSW try a side to side play but the ball is dropped by Brett Morris

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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NSW will get a repeat set after Billy Slater has to push a NSW kick dead

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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PENALTY NSW - Queensland penalised for being offside and NSW getting no advantage

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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NSW again almost punished from good QLD play after Darius Boyd is unable to take a kick

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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PENALTY QLD - Anthony Watmough penalised for a strip, QLD back into the NSW half

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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Robbie Farah finds touch around five metres out from the QLD line, QLD making it tough for the Blues tonight

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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Again poor last tackle play from NSW costs them with Merritt getting a hand to a bomb that ends up almost goes out on the full

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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NSW get a 20m restart after a Cooper Cronk kick goes right to the dead ball line and takes a left hand turn and goes touch in goal

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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PENALTY NSW - NSW get their first penalty of the match at the same time as captain Paul Gallen comes off the field

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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New South Wales managed to get into the QLD half but poor last tackle play costs them field position

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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Nathan Merritt very lucky as he rushed up again. NSW will get the pack the scrum 20 metres out

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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PENALTY QLD - James Tamou penalised for being too slow away from the tackled player, Penalty Count now 4-0 to QLD

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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TRY QUEENSLAND MAROONS
Scored by Darius Boyd. Conversion attempt by Johnathan Thurston successful.

Darius Boyd scores Queensland second try of the game, from an excellent pass from Jonathan Thurston, game getting out of reach for NSW quite early

Queensland Maroons 14-0

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Queensland to get a repeat set with Morris having to take a Sam Thaiday kick dead

Queensland Maroons 8-0

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Corey Parker gets over the line but some amazing goal line defence saves the Blues

Queensland Maroons 8-0

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PENALTY QLD - Michael Jennings penalised for a late hit on Jonathan Thurston on the kick, Queensland metres away from NSW line

Queensland Maroons 8-0

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Queensland creating good attacking pressure on the blues which they continue in defence, Blues not getting a look in

Queensland Maroons 8-0

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SUCCESSFUL PENALTY GOAL QUEENSLAND MAROONS
Penalty goal attempt by Johnathan Thurston successful.

Jonathan Thurston gets a lucky rebound off the upright to push the QLD lead out to 8

Queensland Maroons 8-0

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PENALTY QLD - NSW penalised for not being square at marker

Queensland Maroons 6-0

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UNFORCED ERROR NEW SOUTH WALES BLUES
Ryan Hoffman makes an unforced error.

Ryan Hoffman loses the ball in a 3 man tackle, Queensland with great attacking position

Queensland Maroons 6-0

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Queensland creating all kinds of problems for the blues at the moment, Cooper Cronk finds touch 15m out from the NSW line

Queensland Maroons 6-0

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Queensland make good metres in the set and put the pressure on Josh Dugan at the back with a high bomb which he takes

Queensland Maroons 6-0

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TRY QUEENSLAND MAROONS
Scored by Sam Thaiday. Conversion attempt by Johnathan Thurston successful.

Sam Thaiday has scored the opening points of the game,

Queensland Maroons 6-0

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PENALTY QLD - James Maloney penalised for an Illegal Strip, QLD with possession 20m out from NSW line

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PLAY UNDERWAY IN ORIGIN 2

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Sides lining up for the National Anthem to be performed tonight by Gretel Scarlett (from a new theatre production of some kind)

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8:10 was the scheduled kickoff time, now at 8:12 were looking at kick off to be another 5 minutes or so away

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Pre-Match entertainment slowly coming to an end in Canberra - Kevin Rudd has defeated Julia Gillard 57-45, Now the focus goes straight onto Origin where it should've been all night

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We are now going LIVE to Origin coverage. Kick off just after 8:10pm

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We are expecting a kick off time of 8:10pm, the pre-match entertainment of Gillard v Rudd continues LIVE on Channel 9

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Channel 9 coverage set to resume at 8pm, due to the ALP leadership crisis in Canberra tonight

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For those without TV access, please note there could be a delay to kick off due to Channel 9 choosing to continue with coverage of the Political challenge in Canberra

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Full Time in the Curtain Raiser the NSW Under 18's have scored a massive 56-6 win over the QLD Maroons, meaning that NSW has managed a clean sweep of the Junior origins with win there as well the under 16's origin prior to origin 1 and Under 20's origin earlier on in the year

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Still over an hour to kick off in Origin II, sadly today's focus should've been on origin but has been on events elsewhere.
Back to origin the QLD maroons have won the toss and NSW will be kicking off to start the half

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Welcome to LeagueUnlimited.com's LIVE COVERAGE from Suncorp Stadium of State of Origin, Game II. Tonight the New South Wales Blues are out to claim the 2013 series with a victory after claiming Game I, 14-6.

Kick off is set down for 8:10PM

Maroons: 1. Billy Slater 2. Darius Boyd 3. Greg Inglis 4. Justin Hodges 5.Brent Tate 6. Johnathan Thurston 7. Cooper Cronk 8.Matt Scott 9. Cameron Smith (c) 10. Nate Myles 11. Chris McQueen 12. Sam Thaiday 13. Corey Parker
Interchange: 14. Daly Cherry-Evans 15. Ben Te'o 16. Matt Gillett 17. Josh Papalii 18th Man. Martin Kennedy

Blues: 1. Josh Dugan 2. Brett Morris 3. Michael Jennings 4. Josh Morris 5. Blake Ferguson 6. James Maloney 7. Mitchell Pearce 8. Paul Gallen (capt) 9. Robbie Farah (vice capt) 10. Aaron Woods 11. Luke Lewis 12. Ryan Hoffman 13. Greg Bird
Interchange: 14. Andrew Fifita 15. Trent Merrin 16. Josh Reynolds 17. Anthony Watmough

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Referees: Shayne Hayne, Ashley Klein

Touch Judges: Steve Carrall, Russell Turner

Video Referee: Steve Clark, Henry Perenara

QUEENSLAND MAROONS (26)
Tries: Sam Thaiday, Darius Boyd (2), Greg Inglis
Field Goals:
Conversions: Johnathan Thurston (3/4)
Penalty Goals: Johnathan Thurston (2/2)

NEW SOUTH WALES BLUES (6)
Tries: Brett Morris
Field Goals:
Conversions: James Maloney (1/1)
Penalty Goals:



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