Under 19 Origin

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Apr 14, 2013
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State of Origin Under 19s Men
7.45pm, Thursday 20 June, Leichhardt Oval
CABE NSW Under 19s Men

1. Chevy Stewart (Canberra Raiders)
2. Jesse McLean (Penrith Panthers)
3. Casey McLean (Penrith Panthers)
4. Hayden Buchanan (St George Dragons)
5. Michael Gabrael (Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks)
6. Jake Elliott (Sydney Roosters)
7. Mitchell Woods (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)
8. Loko Pasifiki Tonga (St George Dragons)
9. Matthew Arthur (Parramatta Eels)
10. Fanafou Seve (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)
11. Jermaine McEwen (Newcastle Knights)
12. Noah Martin (Canberra Raiders)
13. Blake Steep (Sydney Roosters)
14. Zane Harrison (Tweed Seagulls)
15. Jacob Halangahu (St George Dragons)
16. Kaiden Lahrs (North Queensland Cowboys)
17. Sam Tuivaiti (Parramatta Eels)
18. Connor Votano (Newcastle Knights)


19. Cody Hopwood (Newcastle Knights)

20. Logan Spinks (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)

Coach: Andrew Ryan
 
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State of Origin Under 19s Women
5.45pm, Thursday 20 June, Leichhardt Oval
Westpac NSW Under 19s Women

1. Lilly-Ann White (Newcastle Knights)
2. Tia-Jordyn Vasilovski (Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks)
3. Indie Bostock (Illawarra Steelers)
4. Lindsay Tui (Parramatta Eels)
5. Maria Paseka (Illawarra Steelers)
6. Evie McGrath (Illawarra Steelers)
7. Kasey Reh (Illawarra Steelers)
8. Manilita Takapautolo (Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks)
9. Chelsea Savill (Illawarra Steelers)
10. Hope Millard (Illawarra Steelers)
11. Evah McEwen (Newcastle Knights)
12. Charlotte Basham (Illawarra Steelers)
13. Ryvrr-Lee Alo (Parramatta Eels)
14. Evie Jones (Newcastle Knights)
15. Ella Koster (Illawarra Steelers)
16. Claudia Brown (Wests Tigers)
17. Bronte Wilson (Illawarra Steelers)
18. Abby Aros (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)
19. Waimarie Martin (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)
20. Sienna Yeo (Illawarra Steelers)
Coach: Kate Mullaly
 
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Queensland Under 19 squad​

NumberNameClub/s
1.Montaya HudsonNorths Devils / Brisbane Broncos
2.Kiarah SiauaneSouths Logan Magpies
3. Mercedez Taulelai-SialaTweed Seagulls
4.Mariah BrownWynnum Manly Seagulls
5.Ebony Raftstrand-SmithTownsville Blackhawks / North Queensland Cowboys
6.Caitlin TannerWynnum Manly Seagulls / North Queensland Cowboys
7.Skyla AdamsSouths Logan Magpies / Brisbane Broncos
8.Matekino GrayBurleigh Bears / Gold Coast Titans
9.Imogen HeiSydney Roosters
10.Lily PeacockMackay Cutters / North Queensland Cowboys
11.Reegan HicksRedcliffe Dolphins / North Devils / Brisbane Broncos
12.Rilee JorgensenBurleigh Bears / Gold Coast Titans
13.Tiresa LeasuasuBrisbane Tigers / Gold Coast Titans
14.Shauna Barnham Norths Devils
15.Shaylee Joseph Brisbane Tigers / Gold Coast Titans
16.Malaela Su'aSouths Logan Magpies / Gold Coast Titans
17.Relna Wuruki-HoseaBrisbane Tigers / Canberra Raiders
18.Paityne Johns Mackay Cutters
19.Jaydah TofaeSouths Logan Magpies
20.Destiny Mino-SinapatiWynnum Manly Seagulls / Gold Coast Titans
 
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Queensland Under 19 squad​

NumberNameClub/s
1. Jaxon PurdueMackay Cutters / North Queensland Cowboys
2. Israel Leota Souths Logan Magpies / Brisbane Broncos
3.LJ NonaRedcliffe Dolphins / The Dolphins
4. Sam StephensonTweed Seagulls / Gold Coast Titans
5. Tyreece TaitSydney Roosters
6. Stanley HuenMelbourne Storm
7. Coby BlackBurleigh Bears / Brisbane Broncos
8. Michael WaqaRedcliffe Dolphins / The Dolphins
9. Cameron BukowskiWynnum Manly Seagulls / Brisbane Broncos
10. De La Salle Va'aSydney Roosters
11.Zac GartonRedcliffe Dolphins / The Dolphins
12. Jamal ShibasakiMackay Cutters / North Queensland Cowboys
13.Mason KiraNorthern Pride / North Queensland Cowboys
14. Mutua BrownMackay Cutters / North Queensland Cowboys
15. Beni AllenWynnum Manly Seagulls / Brisbane Broncos
16. Lewis SymondsRedcliffe Dolphins / The Dolphins
17. Harry ArmstrongWynnum Manly Seagulls / Brisbane Broncos
18. Reece FoleySydney Roosters
19.Cooper BaiBurleigh Bears / Gold Coast Titans
20. Amare MilfordBurleigh Bears / Melbourne Storm
 
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I’m so happy that Harry Armstrong is a Broncos signed player. I think he’ll be an absolute gun.
 
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Queensland Under 19 squad​

NumberNameClub/s
1.Jaxon PurdueMackay Cutters / North Queensland Cowboys
2.Israel LeotaSouths Logan Magpies / Brisbane Broncos
3.LJ NonaRedcliffe Dolphins / The Dolphins
4.Sam StephensonTweed Seagulls / Gold Coast Titans
5.Tyreece TaitSydney Roosters
6.Stanley HuenMelbourne Storm
7.Coby BlackBurleigh Bears / Brisbane Broncos
8.Michael WaqaRedcliffe Dolphins / The Dolphins
9.Cameron BukowskiWynnum Manly Seagulls / Brisbane Broncos
10.De La Salle Va'aSydney Roosters
11.Zac GartonRedcliffe Dolphins / The Dolphins
12.Jamal ShibasakiMackay Cutters / North Queensland Cowboys
13.Mason KiraNorthern Pride / North Queensland Cowboys
14.Mutua BrownMackay Cutters / North Queensland Cowboys
15.Beni AllenWynnum Manly Seagulls / Brisbane Broncos
16.Lewis SymondsRedcliffe Dolphins / The Dolphins
17.Harry ArmstrongWynnum Manly Seagulls / Brisbane Broncos
18.Reece FoleySydney Roosters
19.Cooper BaiBurleigh Bears / Gold Coast Titans
20.Amare MilfordBurleigh Bears / Melbourne Storm
Representatives by team:
Broncos x5
Cows x4
Dolphins x4
Rorters x3
Titans x2
Storm x2

Rorters need to **** off out of Qld
 
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Representatives by team:
Broncos x5
Cows x4
Dolphins x4
Rorters x3
Titans x2
Storm x2

Rorters need to **** off out of Qld



Foley played Meninga and Colts for the Blackhawks last year and couldn't get a Cup start at the Blackhawks he's playing Cup at the Roosters though. With no Colts here he wasn't going to stay in Townsville and play for Brothers.

Tait was let go from the Broncos; he needed a change from here.

Va'a is playing Cup and following his brother and just played his first starting Cup game- which isn't bad for 18 but I am not sold on and never have been.
 
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Apr 14, 2013
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State of Origin Under 19s Men
7.45pm, Thursday 20 June, Leichhardt Oval
CABE NSW Under 19s Men

1. Chevy Stewart (Canberra Raiders)
2. Jesse McLean (Penrith Panthers)
3. Casey McLean (Penrith Panthers)
4. Hayden Buchanan (St George Dragons)
5. Michael Gabrael (Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks)
6. Jake Elliott (Sydney Roosters)
7. Mitchell Woods (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)
8. Loko Pasifiki Tonga (St George Dragons)
9. Matthew Arthur (Parramatta Eels)
10. Fanafou Seve (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)
11. Jermaine McEwen (Newcastle Knights)
12. Noah Martin (Canberra Raiders)
13. Blake Steep (Sydney Roosters)
14. Zane Harrison (Tweed Seagulls)
15. Jacob Halangahu (St George Dragons)
16. Kaiden Lahrs (North Queensland Cowboys)
17. Sam Tuivaiti (Parramatta Eels)
18. Connor Votano (Newcastle Knights)


19. Cody Hopwood (Newcastle Knights)

20. Logan Spinks (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)

Coach: Andrew Ryan

If Woods is better than Harrison, he must be some sort of player for the Bulldogs SG ball team.
 
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Blues- Six 18-year-olds.
Queensland Three 18-year-olds

Two Blues backing up from last year and Five Queenslanders.

Three Blues have played NRL- Steep, Stewart and McLean compared to Shibasaki and Purdue for Queensland.

Purdue- Cup and NRL
Leota- Cup and Meninga
Stephenson- Meninga
Tait-Cup
Huen- Flegg
Black- Meninga and Cup
Waqa-Meninga and Cup
Bukowski- Meninga
Va'a- Cup
Garton- Meninga
Shibasaki- Cup and NRL
Kira- Meninga
Brown- Meninga
Allen- Meninga
Symonds-Meninga
Armstrong- Meninga

Hope Purdue plays, Brown will go to fullback if he doesn't and he was in great Meninga form but Purdue could be a difference.
 
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Crazy when you think NSW could have had Galvin if not for already playing NRL.

I just Hope QLD make it a close game, hasn't been very close at this level, since It's been on TV.

Since the shift from Under 18 to Under 19 in 2022.

23-Blues 32-4
22-Blues 32-14

But even before that NSW had us in Under 19 between 87 and 07-16 of 23.

Under 18 between 08-2019 Blues won 9 of 12. Queensland only won in 2019, 2015 and 2012.
 
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My take on the Queensland team.

Purdue.

Six Cup games and two NRL games for the Cowboys but not at full-back. He's been great to watch this year, his game against the Hunters was one of the best Cup games ever. How Queensland use him is interesting and how they use Brown. He's a game changer, when he throws his head back and runs it's a great sight.

Leota
Named at 18th man last week and into camp late, he's still pretty rough and not sure his future is winger I just don't know he reads and understands the game well enough. He will get caught out of position and just drifts through games. Five Cup games now.

Nona
Three games and two tries in Cup playing wing and centre, played fullback in Meninga this year. Very versatile and has a good pass on him.

Stephenson
The Queensland metre gainer out of dummy half, Titans have a good one here. Makes ground and gets between defenders. Always seems to stick his nose through, Just moves- see his try in the Meninga Grand Final from the scrum. Just destroyed Coates.

Tait
Nine tries in 10 games for the Roosters in SG Ball and has made his Cup debut and scored 3/3. He's more classical winger, he will stay out and let the chances come to him.

Huen
Plays Flegg for the Storm and has never looked fitter. He was Mozer's vice captain last year. Just has to run and think second.

Black
Had some underwhelming finals form in the last 12 months but played well his Cup debut for Souths. Best things about him are his support play and bombs. Needs a first set like he did for Souths on debut. Just something that settles him.

Waqa
23 was a machine for Dolphins but this year in Meninga not as good. His kick off returns can hurt people.

Bukowski
Had a mixed Meninga season and Wynnum crashed out in the finals for the second year in a row. Hasn't played Cup yet but will try and do everything, captain, kick goals, hooker and just nice bloke.

Va'a
Between Waqa and Va'a hard to believe Queensland have ever had a bigger front row. Just a giant. Four Cup games for the Roostes and hasn't missed a tackle yet.

Garton
Great footwork, if Black can get him some ball on the edge things will happen. Captain of the Dolphins Meninga team and might be captain here too.

Shibasaki
What hasn't he done in the last 12 months? Colts premiership with the Blackhawks, Meninga player of the year, Cup debut and NRL debut. He moves to the space so well, will be on the left and cuts back inside. Seven tries in 15 Cup games as a teenager turned 19 last week as a second rower is pretty impressive.

Kira
18th man last year so earned his elevation with great Meninga form for Pride.

Brown
Probably the form fullback for Meninga, was just sensational. Had a great season with Purdue at the Cutters. 232m v the Clydesdales was great to watch. His combination with Purdue could be a winner.

Allen
The human pin ball part of a great Wynnum middle.

Symonds
Worker, and impact- won't leave the middle of the field.

Armstrong
Another Wynnum product similar to Symonds- head hear and work hard. He will ping around the field on the right-hand side.

It's interesting that Te'o has named nearly all forwards like him- dynamic, tackler and good runners.
 
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Is it normal for guys like Harry, Beni Allen and Bukovski to play in Beenleigh?? Is there a Broncos link?

No Colts so they have to play somewhere after Meninga is finished and they can't make Cup.
 
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No Colts so they have to play somewhere after Meninga is finished and they can't make Cup.
Is there not A Grade at Wynnum? Good to know they’re playing somewhere. Would be keen to get down and watch a Beenleigh game now
 
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Is there not A Grade at Wynnum? Good to know they’re playing somewhere. Would be keen to get down and watch a Beenleigh game now

Just to get an idea of which teams and what players.

This game would be of particular interest for Broncos fans:


Even when colts were around, I remember the Broncos would forego colts and have their prospects play BRL.

Riki is the player that comes to mind in 2019.
 

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