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NSW Blues v Queensland Maroons results, scores, times, odds, kick-off


State of Origin Game II LIVE Updates: NSW Blues v Queensland Maroons Results, Scores, Times, Odds, Kickoff

State of Origin 2021 game two LIVE updates: Mitchell, Tedesco star as NSW takes big lead

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Trbojevic saves some tries

Hello, Tom Trbojevic. The Manly superstar just saved a certain try by hitting Xavier Coates’ right arm as he stretched to score what should have been Queensland’s first try.

Tom Trbojevic scored one try and saved another.Credit:Getty

The Maroons are always aimless.

NSW 20-0 QLD after 53 minutes

Poll: Should Cherry-Evans have been put in the trash?

Cleary takes two

Nathan Cleary was penalized for his team when Daly Cherry-Evans was forced to obstruct Tariq Sims in a run for a loose ball deep in the Queensland half.

NSW half-back Nathan Cleary.

NSW half-back Nathan Cleary.Credit:Getty

He turned that penalty into two points and gave his team a 20-0 lead.

Murray costs NSW four more

It wasn’t Cameron Murray’s night.

It wasn't Cameron Murray's night.

It wasn’t Cameron Murray’s night.Credit:Getty

He was in front of the game before he got involved in the game – which is illegal – and it saw referee Gerard Sutton award Queensland a penalty when the Blues should have got their fourth try – another runaway for Tom Trbojevic .

Is this the turning point Queensland desperately needs?

NSW 18-0 QLD after 46 minutes

Play again

The second half is underway at Suncorp Stadium.

The Maroons just need to score next if they are to have any hope in this game.

You have a feeling that another early NSW try will be a dagger right at the heart of the Maroons. From there it could get ugly.

Coach under pressure: is Paul Green in the crosshairs?

Who gets fired and who flopped?

NSW Blues Half-Time Player Ratings

Through Adrien Proszenko

Half time

NSW looks to score every time they touch the ball, Queensland doesn’t look close.

Latrell Mitchell and NSW are on fire.

Latrell Mitchell and NSW are on fire.Credit:Getty

That’s all the analysis you need after 40 minutes of Origin football at Suncorp Stadium.

If the match continues in the second half, the Shield returns to NSW.

NSW 18-0 QLD at halftime

Mitchell Pearce gives his opinion

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