Origin hero out in shock Qld shake up

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The Queensland Maroons have been compelled into a number of adjustments to their squad for Recreation 2 of the State of Origin collection.

Accidents have compelled J’maine Hopgood out of the group after he sustained a again damage and missed the Parramatta Eels’ spherical 15 conflict.

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However it’s the shock omission of Recreation 1 hero Selwyn Cobbo that basically shakes up Billy Slater’s squad.

Cobbo got here off the bench and tore the NSW Blues aside in Recreation 1. Regardless of his heroics he’s set to overlook out in Recreation 2 with it being unclear whether or not he has been axed or picked up an damage in opposition to South Sydney on Friday evening.

In higher information for the Maroons, Reece Walsh is reportedly set to be cleared of concussion and might be free to take his place on the MCG, in line with the Courier Mail.

The Maroons group is about to be introduced at 9am. Comply with rolling updates under.

8.15am (AEST) – Cobbo out after Recreation 1 heroics

Selwyn Cobbo is about to overlook out on the journey to Melbourne with veteran Kurt Capewell to take his spot within the squad.

It stays unclear if Cobbo has been axed or if he picked up an damage through the Bronco’s loss to the Rabbitohs on Friday.

As rumours swirl, the Every day Telegraph’s Phil Rothfield stated Cobbo had not appeared in official damage stories and instructed on Monday’s Massive Sports activities Breakfast there may very well be a “large story” behind the omission of one of many squad’s true ‘X-Issue’ gamers. Rothfield stated it was potential “one thing exterior of common causes of gamers with accidents” may very well be at play and that there could have been “drama behind the scenes”.

J’maine Hopgood is the opposite change up to now for the Maroons with the Eels lock sustaining a again damage.

Felise Kaufusi will take Hopgood’s spot within the 17.

David Fifita stays nowhere to be seen in Slater’s squad regardless of being thought-about the most effective forwards within the NRL.

8.10am – Walsh cleared to return

Reece Walsh’s concussion stand-down interval is over and the star fullback is reportedly set and able to retun to the Origin cauldron.

Walsh’s membership and Origin physician reportedly is assured the fullback could have no points passing cognitive testing which means.

“In fact Billy will choose him,” Kevin Walters stated.

“Reece is sweet. He’s doing all of the protocols with the HIAs (Head Damage Assessments) and he might be high-quality to go for Origin II.”

7am – Doubtless Maroons group for Recreation II

1. Reece Walsh

2. Xavier Coates

3. Valentine Holmes

4. Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow

5. Murray Taulagi

6. Tom Dearden

7. Daly Cherry-Evans

8. Reuben Cotter

9. Ben Hunt

10. Lindsay Collins

11. Jaydn Su’A

12. Jeremiah Nanai

13. Pat Carrigan

14. Harry Grant

15. Moeaki Fotuaika

16. Felise Kaufusi

17. Kurt Capewell

18. Ezra Mam

19. Brendan Piakura

6.45am – Maroons out to snap 29-year MCG hoodoo

A dominant Recreation 1 victory means little for the Maroons as they put together to enterprise into the MCG, a stadium the place they’ve had a dismal document.

5 State of Origin contests have taken place on the dwelling of the AFL with Queensland solely profitable as soon as.

The final victory got here 29 years in the past.

“It’s Origin, it’s going to be exhausting regardless of the place we play,” Cherry-Evans stated of Queensland’s MCG hoodoo.

“We all know the desperation that comes out in a aspect that’s 1-0 down.

“We’ll pay attention to that, however we additionally should refine our sport.

“There’s enchancment in each side.

“As a result of we misplaced Reece, there was stuff that we didn’t get to point out that we need to present in Origin II.

“The standard naturally goes up in every sport of the collection and we’re hoping to try this.”

6.30am – NSW Blues Recreation II squad

Blues coach Michael Maguire introduced his squad for Recreation 2 on Sunday evening and it got here with mass adjustments together with the axing of Nicho Hynes and the inclusion of Latrell Mitchell.

1. Dylan Edwards

2. Brian To’o

3. Stephen Crichton

4. Latrell Mitchell

5. Zac Lomax

6. Jarome Luai

7. Mitchell Moses

8. Jake Trbojevic (c)

9. Reece Robson

10. Payne Haas

11. Liam Martin

12. Angus Crichton

13. Cameron Murray

14. Connor Watson

15. Isaah Yeo

16. Haumole Olakau’atu

17. Spencer Leniu

18. Mitchell Barnett

19. Cameron McInnes

20. Luke Keary

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