Under 18's State of Origin

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Queensland Rugby League has today announced the State Under 18 team to play New South Wales at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Wednesday, June 17.

The Queensland squad assembles in Melbourne next Thursday to prepare for the annual representative match.

As the curtain-raiser to Game II of the Holden State of Origin series, the interstate clash provides an exciting opportunity for some of the country’s best young talent to showcase their skills on a major stage.
Anthony Seibold returns as coach of the Queensland team, with the majority of players selected out of this year’s Mal Meninga Cup.
Player
Club
1. Gehamat Shibasaki
Townsville Stingers
2. Enari Tuala
Townsville Stingers
3. Keenan Yorston
Cronulla Sharks
4. Bacho Salam
Townsville Stingers
5. Bernard Lewis
Sydney Roosters
6. Mitchell Dunn
Townsville Stingers
7. Joshua Fauid
Norths Devils
8. Keegan Hipgrave
Wynnum Manly Seagulls
9. Reuben Cotter
Mackay Cutters
10. Keanu Dawson
Gold Coast Green
11. Jaydn Sua
Souths Logan Magpies
12. Michael Molo
Norths Devils
13. Lachlan Lanskey
Norths Devils
14. Tristan Hope
Toowoomba Clydesdales
15. Thomas Mikaele
Ipswich Jets
16. Keenan Palasia
Wynnum Manly Seagulls
17. Cameron Torpy
Easts Tigers
18. Brodie Croft
Easts Tigers
Coach: Anthony Seibold

 

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Coach Todd Payten has announced the NSW Under-18s 29-man Representative Team for their annual interstate clash against Queensland as the curtain-raiser to Origin II on Wednesday 17 June at Melbourne Cricket Ground.
"This side is extremely strong and very experienced," said NSWRL Performance Programmes Manager Jamie Feeney. "Ten of the players are playing Under-20s in the Holden Cup this year and are exceptionally-talented players."
Coached by Payten, the final team will be named this weekend featuring the best up-and-coming players developing through the young ranks in NSW Rugby League.

NSW Under-18s Representative 2015 Squad:
Cade Cust Manly
Jesse Ramien Manly
Billy Bainbridge Manly
Brock Lamb Newcastle
Jack Cogger Newcastle
Brodie Jones Newcastle
Jayden Butterfield Newcastle
Reimis Smith Canterbury
Siosifa Talakai Souths
Gabriel Hamlin Souths
Cam Murray Souths
John Neill Souths
Ray Stone Wests
Nic Cotric Raiders
Latrell Mitchell Roosters
Blake Lawrie Illawarra
Reuben Garrick Illawarra
Daniel Stojanovski St George
Reed Izzard Penrith
Nathan Cleary Penrith
Daniel Brown Penrith
Billy Magoulis Cronulla
Daniel Vasquez Cronulla
Curtis Scott Cronulla
Brock Ilet Cronulla
Ryan Papenhuyzen Balmain
Daniel Peck Balmain
Moses Suli Balmain
Sam Elliot Northern Rivers

Coach: Todd Payten
 

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Joshua Fauid, younger brother of Jacob Fauid I assume?.. Good genes if that's the case, I remember watching Jacob play for Wavell many years back, he was a gun half.
 

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Joshua Fauid, younger brother of Jacob Fauid I assume?.. Good genes if that's the case, I remember watching Jacob play for Wavell many years back, he was a gun half.
Made his ISC debut on the weekend.
 

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Gehamat Shibasaki
Keegan Hipgrave
Jaydn Su'A
Michael Molo
Lachlan Lanskey
Tristan Hope
Keenan Palasia
Cameron Torpy

Thomas Mikaele and Josh Fauid were with the Broncos at some point as well.
 

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S'ua barges over for a timely try.

However Faiud makes a meal of the conversion.

NSW 18
Queensland 16

14 to go.
 

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Fauid makes ammends with a try right next to the posts.

Palasia ran a good line off of Fauid, turned it back inside to Cotter who fought out of the tackle and got the ball free to a determined Fauid.

Queensland 22
NSW 18

8 to go.
 

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Shibasaki spills a giant bomb from Lamb giving Blues another shot the Maroons line.

However Queensland tackle Lamb just short of the line and earn a penalty for double movement.
 

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Cotter kicks it dead and that's the ball game.

Queensland 22
New South Wales 18

Fauid MotM.

Fair effort against one of the better NYC halves in Brock Lamb.
 

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Thought Hipgrave and Su'a were massive and could easily see them playing the Under 20's Origin this year at Suncorp.
 

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Saw the game at the MCG and what a cracker. Hipgrave and Sua were outstanding. It was actually Sua presented with MOTM on stage after game thou, not the half??
 

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