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State of Origin 2019 Game 2
The 2nd game will happen on Sunday 23rd June in Perth at Optus Stadium.
Date: 23 June 2019
Venue: Optus Stadium
Time: 7.50pm AEST
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New South Wales must overcome Queensland in the second game of the 2019 State of Origin in Perth this Sunday in order to keep the series alive.
The Maroons proved too strong for the Blues in the opening game of the 38th State of Origin series as they secured a come-from-behind 18-14 win at Lang Park to move within one victory of reclaiming the shield.
Queensland vs New South Wales
Brad Fittler has rolled the dice with his selection, making several changes to his side, but Queensland head to Optus Stadium hoping that continuity leads to a successful defence of their title.
Kevin Walters has recalled Jarrod Wallace and Tim Glasby for Origin II after Jai Arrow (ankle) and Joe Ofahengaue (knee laceration) were ruled out, but can the Maroons wrap up the series?
How did Game 1 unfold?
Queensland came from 8-0 behind to win 18-14 and go 1-0 up in front of a home crowd at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.
A Nathan Cleary penalty and superbly taken Josh Morris try after a fabulous James Tedesco step in the build-up left the Blues 8-0 ahead at half-time.
Corey Oates’ spectacular finish helped Queensland come from behind to win
Oates for a foot in touch and Dylan Napa with the Video Ref deducing a loss of control while grounding.
Queensland started the second half in command though and. Oates would not be denied a try on the night as he finished spectacularly in. The corner on 53 minutes after a superb interchange between Kalyn Ponga and Felise Kaufusi created the opening.
Ponga levelled things up from a penalty soon after and though the home side butchered two clear overlaps during the bin period. Dane Gagai intercepted a Jack Wighton pass to run the full length of the field and score.
Queensland Maroons celebrate their opening with over New South Wales Blues
Gagai finished brilliantly in the corner to score his second try with. Nine minutes left – his 11th in 11 Origin games – having taken in a wonderful Ponga left-hand pass.
Though Jake Trbojevic scored a late try to bring New South Wales back to within four points. Queensland had done enough to take victory.