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State of Origin sides for Game 1

This year’s State of Origin series is almost upon us, with New South Wales, now led by Michael Maguire, looking to end a two-year losing streak against their arch-rivals. Game 1 is set to take place at Sydney’s Accor Stadium on Wednesday, June 5.

Both Maguire and Queensland coach Billy Slater have had plenty to think about in the lead-up to selection, with a host of the competition’s biggest names sidelined through injury. These are the team lists for Game 1 of the 2024 State of Origin series.

NSW Blues Squad: Dylan Edwards, Brian To’o, Stephen Crichton, Joseph Suaalii, Zac Lomax, Jarome Luai, Nicho Hynes, Jake Trbojevic (c), Reece Robson, Payne Haas, Liam Martin, Angus Crichton, Cameron McInnes, Isaah Yeo, Haumole Olakau’atu, Spencer Leniu, Hudson Young, Matt Burton, Luke Keary, Mitchell Barnett, James Tedesco (recalled)

Queensland Maroons Squad: Selwyn Cobbo, Reuben Cotter, Felise Kaufusi, Ben Hunt, Lindsay Collins, Jaydn Su’A, Jeremiah Nanai, Pat Carrigan, Harry Grant, Moeaki Fotuaika, J’maine Hopgood, Reece Walsh, Xavier Coates, Valentine Holmes, Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow, Murray Taulagi, Tom Dearden, Ezra Mam, Daly Cherry-Evans (c), Brendan Piakura


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