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NSW Blues for Origin 1

Update 29 May:  Josh Morris has been released by the Bulldogs ahead of their NRL match against the Raiders in Canberra this afternoon to replace the injured Josh Dugan (elbow) in Origin I on Wednesday.


 

Update Update 25 May: NSW VB Blues coach Laurie Daley has today settled on his final 17 for Game One of the 2016 Holden State of Origin Series at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium next Wednesday (1 June), releasing Josh Morris (Bulldogs) and Tyson Frizell (Dragons) from camp.

The pair will return to their respective clubs on Thursday, 26 May to play this weekend before re-entering the NSW VB Blues camp in Sydney on Monday.

Daley is yet to settle on the starting line-up with the team having completed their first training session at Coffs Harbour this afternoon


 

NSW VB Blues coach Laurie Daley has today named five debutants in a 19-man squad for Game One of the 2016 Holden State of Origin series at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium on Wednesday week (1 June).

The NSW Minister for Sport, the Hon. Stuart Ayres MP, announced the 19-man squad at an official lunch at The Star’s 24/7 Sports Bar.

The debutants are Tyson Frizell (Dragons), Josh Mansour and Matt Moylan (Panthers), Adam Reynolds (Rabbitohs) and Dylan Walker (Sea Eagles),

An additional development player, Bryce Cartwright (Panthers) was also named.

Daley is yet to finalise positions and starting line-up with the squad announced in alphabetical order as follows:

     

Name

NRL Club

Origin Games

Greg Bird

Gold Coast Titans

16

Boyd Cordner

Sydney Roosters

5

Josh Dugan

St George Illawarra Dragons

8

Robbie Farah

Wests Tigers

13

Blake Ferguson

Sydney Roosters

1

Andrew Fifita

Cronulla Sharks

4

Tyson Frizell

St George Illawarra Dragons

Nil

Paul Gallen (c)

Cronulla Sharks

21

Josh Jackson

Canterbury Bulldogs

3

Michael Jennings

Parramatta Eels

15

David Klemmer

Canterbury Bulldogs

3

James Maloney

Cronulla Sharks

3

Josh Mansour

Penrith Panthers

Nil

Josh Morris

Canterbury Bulldogs

11

Matt Moylan

Penrith Panthers

Nil

Adam Reynolds

South Sydney Rabbitohs

Nil

 

James Tamou

North Queensland Cowboys

11

Dylan Walker

Manly Sea Eagles

Nil

Aaron Woods

Wests Tigers

8

Bryce Cartwright (development player)

Penrith Panthers

Nil