The Blues have seven debutantes for their title defence as well as 43-year-old Kylie Hilder returning to the interstate fold after a decade away. Jahrome Hughes and Briton Nikora will make their Test debuts. See who's going to be in the 2019 State of Origin Teams here at FOX SPORTS. Final teams named + preview for State of Origin III. Twitter: Follow @LeagueUnlimited. The 2019 Women's State of Origin was the 2nd Women's State of Origin rugby league match and was played on Friday, 21 June 2019 at North Sydney Oval. Team lists Note this is the ultimate guide for the 2019 series State of Origin Game 1, here is the ultimate guide for game 3. With injury drama hitting both sides ahead of the series decider – including a late change for Queensland – check out both lists before kick-off here. Embed from Getty Images. Annette Brander will start in the back row. The teams are in for State of Origin Game 3.
Wed 10 Jul, 2019 03:13 State of Origin. Team Lists: 2019 State of Origin Teamlists. Get the teamlists and officials for the 2019 State of Origin series as they become available for all three games. The match was contested between the New South Wales Women and the Queensland Women and won by the New South Wales Women with a score of 14-4. Official squads for the 2019 representative round featuring women's and men's State of Origin matches and Tests involving New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Tonga, Samoa, Lebanon and Fiji. 9/14/2020 7:36:05 AM. Stephanie Mooka will start at right centre alongside Meg Ward.
Both the Queensland Maroons and New South Wales Blues will … 9/5/2019 8:08:03 AM. Tim Glasby and Jarrod Wallace join the Queensland bench in place of injured forwards Jai Arrow and Joe Ofahengaue, with Dylan Napa promoted to the starting side. 9/5/2019 8:08:42 AM. State of Origin. NSW: The Blues have made a late switch with Millie Boyle to start at prop and Vanessa Foliaki going to the bench. Facebook: Like LeagueUnlimited - NRL & Rugby League News. Tariq Sims and Wade Graham are the new inclusions on the bench. NSW have won the past three clashes against the Maroons. New Zealand: Coach Michael Maguire has opted to go with a Marshall-Johnson halves combination, with Kieran Foran named among the reserves.
Rugby league fans — rejoice. Maddie Studdon was awarded the Nellie Doherty Player of the Match. Blake Ferguson, Tom Trbojevic and James Maloney return to the NSW backline along with Jack Wighton, with Daniel Saifiti to start up front. Blues: Dale Finucane has been promoted to the starting side at lock with Jake Trbojevic moving to prop and Paul Vaughan to come off the bench. Raquel Anderson-PitmanMadison BartlettTeuila Fotu-MoalaGeorgia HaleAmber Paris-HallHoney HiremeAmber KaniHilda MariuNita MaynardRaecene McgregorJules NewmanApii NichollsAnnetta-Claudia NuuausalaCharntay PokoKrystal RotaAeishaleigh SmalleyCrystal TamaruaKiana TakairangiKathleen Wharton, Billy-Jean AleMary-Jane AleMoana Fineaso-LeviNina Maria FoaeseTaliah FuimaonoLouisa GagoTalia LealaiaulotoLauretta Leao-SeveRicshay LemanuTaimane LevuCesca LuafalealoMikayla MalakiTaylor-Adeline MapusuaSieni MoseMasuisuimatamaalii PauaraisaChristine PauliTasia SeumanufagaiSarah TogatukiElianna WaltonEmma-Marie Young, Last updated:
The 2019 State of Origin series was the 38th annual best-of-three series between the Queensland and New South Wales rugby league teams. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves has served his suspension for that late hit on Kalyn Ponga in round 11 and will take his place in the front row with Jesse Bromwich. Injuries to key players mean the State of Origin teams for Game 1, 2019 are not quite what people expected. Last updated:
Such is the strength of the Kiwi pack that Nelson Asofa-Solomona will come from the bench. LeagueUnlimited Media | July 10 2019 6:50PM. Maroons: No late changes for the Maroons. Tonga: Versatile Cowboy John Asiata will play his first Test match for Tonga after previously representing Samoa.
The Story So Far: Scene set for State Of Origin III. Strike centre Isabelle Kelly has overcome a knee injury that kept her out of the National Championships. Official squads for the 2019 representative round featuring women's and men's State of Origin matches and Tests involving New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Tonga, Samoa, Lebanon and Fiji. Queensland: A late switch an hour before kick-off with Tallisha Harden coming into the starting side and Steph Hancock moving to the bench. The Maroons have four debutantes and two returning players in Chelsea Lenarduzzi and Jenni-Sue Hoepper in the 2019 side. Timaima RavisaRoela RadiniyavuniPatricia RaikadrokaTanika Marshall Limaina WaiTeaghan HartiganSere NaitokatokaCanecia SimsAteca LeiyamoAnalei NetzlerTalei HolmesJosephine MaejiirsJiowana SautoVilisi VakalolomaLosena QiolevuMerewairita NaiAsena RokomaramaEloise Vunakece, Aileen Soni (Port Moresby, Southern Confederate)Alvina Hetra (Port Moresby, Southern Confederate)Amelia Kuk (Ipswich)Carol Humeu (Port Moresby, Southern Confederate)Catherine Anjo (c) (Port Moresby, Southern Confederate)Elsie Albert (Kokopo, New Guinea Islands)Gloria Kaupa (Port Moresby, Southern Confederate)Heather Ario (Port Moresby, Southern Confederate)Jacobeth Wake (Ramu, Northern Confederate)Joan Kuman (Port Moresby, Southern)Lancy Laki (Port Moresby, Southern)Lekkielia Brown (Wentworthville)Nicole Mato (Kokopo, New Guinea Islands)Rosetta Kapo (Port Moresby, Southern)Samantha Kuman (Port Moresby, Southern)Shae Yvonne Dela-Cruz (Brisbane Easts)Shirley Jerry (Goroka, Highlands)Theresa Aiton (South Logan)Vero Waula (Port Moresby, Southern)Winnie Stevens (Port Moresby, Southern), Last updated:
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Canberra fullback Charnze Nicol-Klokstad was initially selected by the Cook Islands but has since been ruled out with a hamstring injury. Mon 17 Jun 2019, 12:13 PM ... Brad Fittler has taken one of the biggest gambles in State of Origin history, dropping one of his team's biggest attacking weapons with the series on the line. State of Origin 2019 kick-off time.
All times are listed in AEST (NSW/QLD/VIC/ACT) unless otherwise noted. Before this series, Queensland had won 21 times, NSW 14 times, with two series drawn. 12/4/2019 6:31:27 AM, Last updated:
With Andrew Fifita failing to beat a dangerous contact charge at the NRL judiciary on Tuesday the man most likely to take his place in the starting side is Manly enforcer Addin Fonua-Blake. He will team up in the halves with Leeds' Tui Lolohea. 9/14/2020 7:35:49 AM.
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