NSW Blues Teams 2017 For Game 01
1. Fullback – Jarryd Hayne
2. Winger – Eric Grothe Senior
3. Centre – Andrew Ettingshausen
4. Centre- Steve Rogers
5. Winger – Micheal O’Connor
6. Five-eighth – Brett Kenny
7. Halfback – Peter Sterling
8. Prop – Glenn Lazarus
9. Hooker – Andrew Johns
10. Prop – Paul Harragon
11. Second Row – Paul Sironen
12. Second Row – Mark Carroll
13. Lock – Paul Gallen (c)
14. Interchange – Brad Fittler
15. Interchange – Steve Roach
16. Interchange – Paul McGregor
17. Interchange – Ian Roberts
NSW Blues Teams For 2016 State Of Origin Game 02
New South Wales Blues team for State of Origin Game 2: 1. Matt Moylan, 2. Blake Ferguson, 3. Michael Jennings, 4. Dylan Walker, 5. Josh Mansour, 6. James Maloney, 7. Adam Reynolds, 8. Aaron Woods, 9. Robbie Farah, 10. James Tamou, 11. Greg Bird, 12. Josh Jackson, 13. Paul Gallen
Interchange: 14. Tyson Frizell, 15. David Klemmer, 16. Andrew Fifita, 17. Jack Bird
NSW Blues Teams For 2016 State Of Origin Game 01
NSW Blues: Greg Bird, Boyd Cordner, Josh Dugan, Robbie Farah, Blake Ferguson, Andrew Fifita, Tyson Frizell, Paul Gallen, Josh Jackson, Michael Jennings, David Klemmer, James Maloney, Josh Mansour, Josh Morris, Matt Moylan, Adam Reynolds, James Tamou, Dylan Walker, Aaron Woods.
New South Wales Blues team for State of Origin Game 2, 17 June 2015
New South Wales Blues:
1. Josh Dugan, 2. Brett Morris, 3. Josh Morris, 4. Michael Jennings, 5. Will Hopoate, 6. Mitchell Pearce, 7. Trent Hodkinson, 8. James Tamou, 9. Robbie Farah (c), 10. Aaron Woods, 11. Beau Scott, 12. Ryan Hoffman, 13. Paul Gallen
Interchange: 14. Trent Merrin, 15. Boyd Cordner 16. David Klemmer, 17. Josh Jackson
Dylan Walker has been brought into the Blues squad as injury cover.
NSW Blues Teams For State Of Origin 27 May 2015 Game 1
1. Josh Dugan: A big body at the back, which is crucial for the way NSW will play the game.
2 .Alex Johnston: Fresh blood, and with a career of rep football ahead of him. Deserves a chance.
3. Michael Jennings: The player they struggle to defend. His speed brings an extra dimension.
4. Josh Morris: Was inspirational in last year’s series, with countless Origin efforts.
5. Daniel Tupou: Tall under the high ball, hard to gameplan for, why wouldn’t you want him?
6. Mitch Pearce: Great defender on the edges and his game management – his last frontier – has improved considerably since his last Origin stint.
7. Trent Hodkinson: A goalkicker, just needs to work out with Pearce who will be the dominant caller. Can be trusted in defence.
13. Josh Jackson: Rugged, big and ready to make the step. Love the way he plays footy.
12. Ryan Hoffman: Took on a leadership role last season and was one of the unsung heroes of the series victory. Invaluable.
11. Beau Scott: His defence in the edges terrorised Thurston and Co last year. Brings the menace to the Blues.
10. Aaron Woods: Has emerged as one of the game’s dominant frontrowers.
9. Robbie Farah: His place in the side is not in dispute.
8. James Tamou: This series is shaping as his. Found form when his confidence returned.
Reserves: Boyd Cordner, Dave Klemmer, Luke Lewis, Trent Merrin. They’re big, mean and athletic. Just the sort of combination to concern the Maroons.