NSW PLAYER RATINGS FROM ORIGIN II
1 James Tedesco – 6
NSW’s captain led his crew in run metres and was stable in kick returns. An absence of cohesion in assault did not present Tedesco with many alternatives.
2 Brian To’o – 5
The Penrith flyer had two deal with breaks and 143 run metres however the majority of which got here exterior of his personal half.
3 Stephen Crichton – 6
Crichton had NSW’s finest probability of the primary half and was chased down by a determined Daly Cherry-Evans. Had an attractive duel on the proper edge with Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow.
4 Tom Trbojevic – 1
A troublesome night time for Trbojevic. Gave away a penalty on the Blues’ first defensive set then departed the sector with a pectoral damage.
5 Josh Addo-Carr – 4
When Trbojevic went down, so did the cohesion of NSW’s proper edge. A quiet night time for Addo-Carr who struggled to hyperlink with impromptu centre Damien Cook dinner. Sin-binned for putting within the remaining minute.
6 Jarome Luai – 7.5
Luai had 4 deal with breaks within the first half and attacked the road with vigour. Considered one of just a few Blues gamers that gave Queensland actual complications in defence.
7 Mitchell Moses – 6.5
Moses was vigorous and attacked each edges with no hesitation within the opening 40 minutes. Had some enterprising play to start the second half then was saved comparatively quiet.
8 Junior Paulo – 5
The Blues’ battering ram put in a troublesome shift within the center and made eight runs for 61 metres.
17 Reece Robson – 6
Began at hooker on debut. Good service out of dummy-half and made a team-high 46 tackles. The event did not get the higher of Robson.
10 Payne Haas – 8
The very best Blue on discipline. Haas was immense and had 113 first-half run metres from 15 carries, whereas making 26 tackles. Completed the sport the main metre-eater.
11 Tyson Frizell – 5
Solely 4 runs and 34 metres for Frizell. The NSW veteran was tenacious defensively in a brutal contest.