. "He (Saifiti) just goes forward, he's got great offloads, he's got a quick play the ball," Fittler said. Game two will be held at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium on November 11, with game three to take place at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium the following week. Another name many thought could make it into the squad was young Knights centre Bradman Best, however, it appears he will have to wait for representative honours. Despite the Cameron Smith return scuttlebutt, the Maroons boast a choice of Harry Grant, Jake Friend, Ben Hunt, and Reed Mahoney when it comes to choosing the starting rake. It includes only players from teams who didn’t qualify for the NRL finals – with Payne Haas, Tom and Jake Trbojevic, and Dragons forward Tyson Frizell all getting the nod. Overseas? 2 weeks ago 01:37 State of Origin. The 15 players currently in Queensland’s squad will have had at least a month on the couch before potentially pulling on the Maroons jersey. Speaking on the additions, Fittler said complimented what both players will bring to the squad. “But maybe Freddy and the selection people have got better people to pick. Every match including the Grand Final Live & On-Demand. Penrith centre Stephen Crichton is considered a strong chance of being selected. Games in 2020: David Klemmer (21), Moses Leota (21*), Junior Paulo (21*), James Tamou (20*), Reagan Campbell-Gillard (20*), Payne Haas (17), Daniel Saifiti (14), Minutes per game: Haas 72, Klemmer 57, Campbell-Gillard 55, Paulo 54, Saifiti 48, Tamou 42, Leota 33, Metres per game: Haas 163, Klemmer 159, Campbell-Gillard 153, Paulo 136, Saifiti 135, Tamou 130, Leota 100, Post contact metres per game: Haas 70, Klemmer 58, Saifiti 52, Paulo 48, Campbell-Gillard 48, Tamou 44, Leota 38, Tackle busts (total): Haas 42, Paulo 40, Saifiti 28, Campbell-Gillard 18, Klemmer 16, Leota 10, Tamou 9, Offloads: Paulo 51, Klemmer 45, Haas 25, Saifiti 11, Tamou 6, Campbell-Gillard 6, Saifiti 11, Errors: Tamou 6, Klemmer 6, Campbell-Gillard 6, Leota 6, Haas 6, Saifiti 7, Paulo 14, Penalties conceded: Saifiti 1, Tamou 3, Haas 5, Campbell-Gillard 6, Paulo 7, Leota 9, Klemmer 13, Turned on back percentage: Tamou 18.90%, Saifiti 19.90, Paulo 21.90, Campbell-Gillard 29.70, Haas 32.60, Leota 33.50, Klemmer 33.70. That gives NSW 34 players to pick the 27-man squad from. Reagan Campbell-Gillard, Moses Leota, and Dale Finucane are other middle forwards in the mix for selection whose seasons are yet to end. Not only is he a target, he brings the ball out of trouble," Fittler said. Luke Keary looks certain to win his debut jumper but he has Jack Wighton fighting him for the starting No.6 role. “I don’t think that’s the end for him. It's a luxury Queensland won't have, with the Maroons to be forced to pick the bulk of their players from teams that won't feature in finals football and will not have played a game in almost six weeks by the time Origin I rolls around. Josh Papalii will line up as one bookend but exactly who fills the other jumper remains a mystery. He’s been a big part of what we’ve been doing, so you’re sort of watching them,” Fittler told Wide World Of Sports. The first pieces of the puzzle are in place when it comes to the make-up of the NSW State of Origin squad. Fittler has unsurprisingly included Tom's brother, Jake, while Payne Haas and Tyson Frizell have been recalled. Most of the players who featured in last year’s winning campaign will retain their jerseys but there’s spots in the team for an in-form prop, backrower, and even a centre and winger. Sign up now >, JIMMY BRINGS: Ricky’s response to ref feud; Kevvie cleans out Broncos, SAD DECLINE: The ‘hobbling’ star who personifies Sharks’ woes, ‘LIKE A SOUR TART’: Kent reveals why Klemmer was snubbed by Blues, The squad so far: Payne Haas, Jake Trbojevic, Tyson Frizell, Zac Lomax, Cameron McInnes, Daniel Saifiti, Contenders still playing: Josh Addo-Carr, Ryan Papenhuyzen, Dale Finucane, Blake Ferguson, Clint Gutherson, Junior Paulo, Reagan Campbell-Gillard, Nathan Brown, Ryan Matterson, Adam Reynolds, Campbell Graham, Cody Walker, Cameron Murray, Damien Cook, Daniel Tupou, James Tedesco, Luke Keary, Angus Crichton, Boyd Cordner, Jack Wighton, Nick Cotric, Nathan Cleary, Stephen Crichton, Api Koroisau, Isaah Yeo, James Tamou, Liam Martin, Moses Leota, Left out (not injured): David Klemmer, Wade Graham, Paul Vaughan, Tariq Sims, Mitchell Pearce, Locks: James Tedesco (fullback), Nathan Cleary (halfback), Jack Wighton (centre/five-eighth), Josh Addo-Carr (wing), Cameron Murray (forward pack/bench), Boyd Cordner (second row), Payne Haas (prop/bench), Jake Trbojevic (lock/prop). State of Origin 2020: James Tedesco injury clouds NSW Blues’ three-peat dream Dean Ritchie and Phil Rothfield , News Corp Australia Sports Newsroom October 12, 2020 1:12pm I just think Freddy is waiting to see how the other blokes in the front row are going,” Roach said. With Klemmer and Graham omitted there’s spots in the forward pack up for grabs and there’s a plethora of contenders with Junior Paulo, Reagan Campbell-Gillard, James Tamou, Dale Finucane, Liam Martin, Nathan Brown, Ryan Matterson, Cameron Murray, and Isaah Yeo all using this finals series as an audition for Fittler. "I believe they all will play a role in helping NSW defend the State of Origin shield and I’m looking forward to working with them when we go into camp," Fittler said. There's an intriguing battle for the No.9 jumper with a surprising number of quality hookers vying for the position this year. “I believe they all will play a role in helping NSW defend the State of Origin Shield and I’m looking forward to working with them when we go into camp on October 19. Zac Lomax has been brought in after Manly Sea Eagles centre Tom Trbojevic was ruled out of the series . Cameron McInnes (St. George-Illawarra Dragons), Tyson Frizell (St. George-Illawarra Dragons), Jake Trbojevic (Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles), https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sportal_com_au/f1/3d/lomax-klemmer-saifiti_ijortgt0ra7j1f1yi1q405jng.png?t=-187691260&w=500&quality=80, Manly Sea Eagles centre Tom Trbojevic was ruled out of the series. a fair few centres that are going well at the moment and are still playing. Not only is he a target, he brings the ball out of trouble," Fittler said. Decisions to make: Queensland seems to have a serious dearth of front rowers. St George Illawarra captain Cameron McInnes, who is yet to make his State of Origin debut, has also been included in the squad. “I think at all times we’re always putting the jersey at heart, so if we feel like there’s people coming through... and Newcastle faded pretty much from halfway through the season.”. Fittler defends snub of star prop but legend can’t understand, How an injury crisis could actually fix Parramatta’s biggest problem, Million-dollar man needs to lift — Knights, Sharks analysed, Benji says Maguire’s “tough love” approach backfired, Panthers star banned for preliminary final in huge blow, Eels reveal how they’ll line up if Ferguson is ruled out, Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. Payne Haas (Brisbane Broncos) Jake Trbojevic (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles) Hunt is the incumbent and was one of their best players last year when wearing the No.9, but Friend is overdue a run in the team and young stars Grant and Mahoney are pushing to inherit Smith’s famous strip. “I’ve got to say I was shocked. This is also known as Online Behavioural Advertising. Cameron Murray 15. Official YouTube account of the NSW Blues State of Origin team Junior Paulo/Daniel Saifiti 16. Coach Brad Fittler added the two players to the squad on Sunday evening after both the Cronulla Sharks and Newcastle Knights were eliminated from the finals race. 2020 NSW Blues - Name Your Team. JAMES TEDESCO (Origins: 10) If there was any doubt who the best player in the world is going into … Fittler will add to the squad as teams fall out of the premiership race, selecting just five players from the bottom eight teams and deciding against picking Dragons centre Zac Lomax despite an injury to Kotoni Staggs. The forward pack is in desperate need of a boost while the backline is equally thin on star power. Games in 2020: David Klemmer (21), Moses Leota (21*), Junior Paulo (21*), James Tamou (20*), Reagan Campbell-Gillard (20*), Payne Haas (17), Daniel Saifiti (14) ORIGIN SHOCK: Fittler defends snub of star prop but legend can’t understand, EELS ISSUE: How an injury crisis could actually fix Parramatta’s biggest problem, SEASON REVIEWS: Million-dollar man needs to lift — Knights, Sharks analysed. Ricky’s response to ref feud; Kevvie cleans out Broncos, The ‘hobbling’ star who personifies Sharks’ woes, Kent reveals why Klemmer was snubbed by Blues, Legend says Kalyn Ponga is at career crossroads, The 22-year omen that bodes well for under-seige Eels, Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. Watch the 2020 NRL Telstra Premiership Finals on a Kayo 14 day free trial with every game before the Grand Final Live & On-Demand. 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Daniel Saifiti and Payne Haas have already been picked in the squad. The Blues are expected to begin gathering in camp at the Magenta Shores beachside resort on the Central Coast on October 19, with the players who feature in this year's grand final to join the rest of the team following the decider at ANZ Stadium on October 25. The boys rate the Sharks and Knights season, review the games from last weekend and try to predict where the games will be won and lost this weekend. This is also known as Online Behavioural Advertising. Get all the latest NRL news, highlights and analysis delivered straight to your inbox with Fox Sports Sportmail. But from the six teams still playing, we can count only 11 other contenders still running around for their NRL club. David Klemmer of the Blues has not been selected. "His name has been tossed up pretty much all year. ... NSW Blues 27-man squad for 2020 State Of Origin series. Wighton played in the centres last year and was solid, and is a certainty to be in the starting side for game one but he would relish a role in the halves. Fox Sports Lab unearths the stats that matter to show how Klemmer stacks up against the competition. Game two will be held at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium on November 11, with game three to take place at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium the following week. Tom Trbojevic’s injury withdrawal has opened a spot in the backline and young Penrith gun Stephen Crichton is honing in on an Origin debut with some impressive finals form. Zac Lomax and Daniel Saifiti have been added to the 27-man NSW Blues squad ahead of this year's Origin series but there's no room for stalwarts David Klemmer and Wade Graham. 2 weeks ago ... 2020 NSW Women's Premiership GF. If Bennett picks all of them he still only has 26 players in the squad and is short of the 27 that NSW will definitely be selecting. Queensland Rugby League did on Wednesday announce a preliminary squad of 15 players. Sign up now >. "He (Saifiti) just goes forward, he's got great offloads, he's got a quick play the ball," Fittler said. Game two will be held at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium on November 11, with game three to take place at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium the following week. Another name many thought could make it into the squad was young Knights centre Bradman Best, however, it appears he will have to wait for representative honours. Despite the Cameron Smith return scuttlebutt, the Maroons boast a choice of Harry Grant, Jake Friend, Ben Hunt, and Reed Mahoney when it comes to choosing the starting rake. It includes only players from teams who didn’t qualify for the NRL finals – with Payne Haas, Tom and Jake Trbojevic, and Dragons forward Tyson Frizell all getting the nod. Overseas? 2 weeks ago 01:37 State of Origin. The 15 players currently in Queensland’s squad will have had at least a month on the couch before potentially pulling on the Maroons jersey. Speaking on the additions, Fittler said complimented what both players will bring to the squad. “But maybe Freddy and the selection people have got better people to pick. Every match including the Grand Final Live & On-Demand. Penrith centre Stephen Crichton is considered a strong chance of being selected. Games in 2020: David Klemmer (21), Moses Leota (21*), Junior Paulo (21*), James Tamou (20*), Reagan Campbell-Gillard (20*), Payne Haas (17), Daniel Saifiti (14), Minutes per game: Haas 72, Klemmer 57, Campbell-Gillard 55, Paulo 54, Saifiti 48, Tamou 42, Leota 33, Metres per game: Haas 163, Klemmer 159, Campbell-Gillard 153, Paulo 136, Saifiti 135, Tamou 130, Leota 100, Post contact metres per game: Haas 70, Klemmer 58, Saifiti 52, Paulo 48, Campbell-Gillard 48, Tamou 44, Leota 38, Tackle busts (total): Haas 42, Paulo 40, Saifiti 28, Campbell-Gillard 18, Klemmer 16, Leota 10, Tamou 9, Offloads: Paulo 51, Klemmer 45, Haas 25, Saifiti 11, Tamou 6, Campbell-Gillard 6, Saifiti 11, Errors: Tamou 6, Klemmer 6, Campbell-Gillard 6, Leota 6, Haas 6, Saifiti 7, Paulo 14, Penalties conceded: Saifiti 1, Tamou 3, Haas 5, Campbell-Gillard 6, Paulo 7, Leota 9, Klemmer 13, Turned on back percentage: Tamou 18.90%, Saifiti 19.90, Paulo 21.90, Campbell-Gillard 29.70, Haas 32.60, Leota 33.50, Klemmer 33.70. That gives NSW 34 players to pick the 27-man squad from. Reagan Campbell-Gillard, Moses Leota, and Dale Finucane are other middle forwards in the mix for selection whose seasons are yet to end. Not only is he a target, he brings the ball out of trouble," Fittler said. Luke Keary looks certain to win his debut jumper but he has Jack Wighton fighting him for the starting No.6 role. “I don’t think that’s the end for him. It's a luxury Queensland won't have, with the Maroons to be forced to pick the bulk of their players from teams that won't feature in finals football and will not have played a game in almost six weeks by the time Origin I rolls around. Josh Papalii will line up as one bookend but exactly who fills the other jumper remains a mystery. He’s been a big part of what we’ve been doing, so you’re sort of watching them,” Fittler told Wide World Of Sports. The first pieces of the puzzle are in place when it comes to the make-up of the NSW State of Origin squad. Fittler has unsurprisingly included Tom's brother, Jake, while Payne Haas and Tyson Frizell have been recalled. Most of the players who featured in last year’s winning campaign will retain their jerseys but there’s spots in the team for an in-form prop, backrower, and even a centre and winger. Sign up now >, JIMMY BRINGS: Ricky’s response to ref feud; Kevvie cleans out Broncos, SAD DECLINE: The ‘hobbling’ star who personifies Sharks’ woes, ‘LIKE A SOUR TART’: Kent reveals why Klemmer was snubbed by Blues, The squad so far: Payne Haas, Jake Trbojevic, Tyson Frizell, Zac Lomax, Cameron McInnes, Daniel Saifiti, Contenders still playing: Josh Addo-Carr, Ryan Papenhuyzen, Dale Finucane, Blake Ferguson, Clint Gutherson, Junior Paulo, Reagan Campbell-Gillard, Nathan Brown, Ryan Matterson, Adam Reynolds, Campbell Graham, Cody Walker, Cameron Murray, Damien Cook, Daniel Tupou, James Tedesco, Luke Keary, Angus Crichton, Boyd Cordner, Jack Wighton, Nick Cotric, Nathan Cleary, Stephen Crichton, Api Koroisau, Isaah Yeo, James Tamou, Liam Martin, Moses Leota, Left out (not injured): David Klemmer, Wade Graham, Paul Vaughan, Tariq Sims, Mitchell Pearce, Locks: James Tedesco (fullback), Nathan Cleary (halfback), Jack Wighton (centre/five-eighth), Josh Addo-Carr (wing), Cameron Murray (forward pack/bench), Boyd Cordner (second row), Payne Haas (prop/bench), Jake Trbojevic (lock/prop). State of Origin 2020: James Tedesco injury clouds NSW Blues’ three-peat dream Dean Ritchie and Phil Rothfield , News Corp Australia Sports Newsroom October 12, 2020 1:12pm I just think Freddy is waiting to see how the other blokes in the front row are going,” Roach said. With Klemmer and Graham omitted there’s spots in the forward pack up for grabs and there’s a plethora of contenders with Junior Paulo, Reagan Campbell-Gillard, James Tamou, Dale Finucane, Liam Martin, Nathan Brown, Ryan Matterson, Cameron Murray, and Isaah Yeo all using this finals series as an audition for Fittler. "I believe they all will play a role in helping NSW defend the State of Origin shield and I’m looking forward to working with them when we go into camp," Fittler said. There's an intriguing battle for the No.9 jumper with a surprising number of quality hookers vying for the position this year. “I believe they all will play a role in helping NSW defend the State of Origin Shield and I’m looking forward to working with them when we go into camp on October 19. Zac Lomax has been brought in after Manly Sea Eagles centre Tom Trbojevic was ruled out of the series . Cameron McInnes (St. George-Illawarra Dragons), Tyson Frizell (St. George-Illawarra Dragons), Jake Trbojevic (Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles), https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sportal_com_au/f1/3d/lomax-klemmer-saifiti_ijortgt0ra7j1f1yi1q405jng.png?t=-187691260&w=500&quality=80, Manly Sea Eagles centre Tom Trbojevic was ruled out of the series. a fair few centres that are going well at the moment and are still playing. Not only is he a target, he brings the ball out of trouble," Fittler said. Decisions to make: Queensland seems to have a serious dearth of front rowers. St George Illawarra captain Cameron McInnes, who is yet to make his State of Origin debut, has also been included in the squad. “I think at all times we’re always putting the jersey at heart, so if we feel like there’s people coming through... and Newcastle faded pretty much from halfway through the season.”. Fittler defends snub of star prop but legend can’t understand, How an injury crisis could actually fix Parramatta’s biggest problem, Million-dollar man needs to lift — Knights, Sharks analysed, Benji says Maguire’s “tough love” approach backfired, Panthers star banned for preliminary final in huge blow, Eels reveal how they’ll line up if Ferguson is ruled out, Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. Payne Haas (Brisbane Broncos) Jake Trbojevic (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles) Hunt is the incumbent and was one of their best players last year when wearing the No.9, but Friend is overdue a run in the team and young stars Grant and Mahoney are pushing to inherit Smith’s famous strip. “I’ve got to say I was shocked. This is also known as Online Behavioural Advertising. Cameron Murray 15. Official YouTube account of the NSW Blues State of Origin team Junior Paulo/Daniel Saifiti 16. Coach Brad Fittler added the two players to the squad on Sunday evening after both the Cronulla Sharks and Newcastle Knights were eliminated from the finals race. 2020 NSW Blues - Name Your Team. JAMES TEDESCO (Origins: 10) If there was any doubt who the best player in the world is going into … Fittler will add to the squad as teams fall out of the premiership race, selecting just five players from the bottom eight teams and deciding against picking Dragons centre Zac Lomax despite an injury to Kotoni Staggs. The forward pack is in desperate need of a boost while the backline is equally thin on star power. Games in 2020: David Klemmer (21), Moses Leota (21*), Junior Paulo (21*), James Tamou (20*), Reagan Campbell-Gillard (20*), Payne Haas (17), Daniel Saifiti (14) ORIGIN SHOCK: Fittler defends snub of star prop but legend can’t understand, EELS ISSUE: How an injury crisis could actually fix Parramatta’s biggest problem, SEASON REVIEWS: Million-dollar man needs to lift — Knights, Sharks analysed. Ricky’s response to ref feud; Kevvie cleans out Broncos, The ‘hobbling’ star who personifies Sharks’ woes, Kent reveals why Klemmer was snubbed by Blues, Legend says Kalyn Ponga is at career crossroads, The 22-year omen that bodes well for under-seige Eels, Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. Watch the 2020 NRL Telstra Premiership Finals on a Kayo 14 day free trial with every game before the Grand Final Live & On-Demand. A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this site and use it to make both advertising and content more relevant to you on our network and other sites. Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. Rabbitohs forward Jaydn Su'a is a chance of making his Queensland debut. 2 weeks ago 06:31 NSWRL News. If you are a NSW Blues supporter, this time of the year is busy with talk of who will or should be picked to represent the mighty blues for the 2018

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