Saturday, June 25, 2022
NSW Blues

Matt Prior replaces Reagan Campbell-Gillard for Game Two

Date: 20/6/18

Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues coach Brad Fittler announced that 31-year-old Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks prop Matt Prior will replace Reagan Campbell-Gillard for Game Two of the 2018 Holden State of Origin Series, making him the fourth oldest NSW Origin debutant since the series started in 1980.

State of Origin

Standing tickets added for Holden State of Origin I

Date: 5/6/18

Standing tickets have been added for Holden State of Origin I, at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Wednesday, June 6.

State of Origin 2025

Billy Slater ruled out of opening match of State of Origin

Date: 4/5/18

Billy Slater has today confirmed he will not play in the opening match of the Holden State of Origin series at the Melbourne Cricket Ground due to a hamstring injury.

Australian Fraser Coast

Maroons set sail for Fraser Coast

Date: 6/4/18

The Queensland Rugby League has today confirmed the staging of the Maroons Fraser Coast Fan Day, where supporters from the region can meet their Origin heroes before the final game of this year’s Holden State of Origin Series. 

NSW Blues

New South Wales name team for 2018 SOO III

New South Wales have named their team for State of Origin game three.

NSW Blues

NSW Blues 2018 State of Origin II Squad Announced

Date: 16/6/18

The New South Wales Rugby League has tonight announced a 20-man squad, including three new players, to represent the Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues for Game Two of the 2018 Holden State of Origin Series at ANZ Stadium at Sydney Olympic Park on Sunday week (24 June).

State of Origin QLD

Queensland 2018 State of Origin III Squad Announced

Date: 02/7/18

Daly Cherry-Evans, Corey Oates and Tim Glasby have today been named in the Queensland Maroons team for the final match of the Holden State of Origin series at Suncorp Stadium on July 11.

James Tedesco

Tedesco Wins 2018 Brad Fittler Medal

Date: 11/9/18

Electrifying Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues fullback James Tedesco has tonight (10 September) been crowned the 2018 Brad Fittler Medal winner following an impressive State of Origin campaign in which he made more tackle breaks and post-contact metres than any other player across the three-game series.