With State of Origin One just a little over a month away, the war of words has begun with NSW VB Blues Captain Paul Gallen highlighting the Queenslanders never-ending quest to find a chip on their shoulder.
The NSWRL is pleased to announce that tickets are now on sale for the inaugural True Blues Ball which will be held in the lead up to Holden State of Origin Game One.
Just because there was no NRL action last weekend doesn’t mean we couldn’t pick our weekly NSW VB Blues Team of the Week.
The GIO City side were left ruing missed opportunities as the Trent Barrett coached VB Country side ran out 18-12 winners at BCU International Stadium in Coffs Harbour yesterday.
With NSW VB Blues Coach, Laurie Daley, yet to fully decide on his final 17 for Game One of the Holden State of Origin Series, tomorrow’s City v Country match in Coffs Harbour will be many players final chance to push themselves into the selection frame.
The VB NSW Cup will take on a City v Country flavour this weekend with three huge double headers set to be played at iconic Rugby League venues around Sydney.
Here is the Blues Team of the Week for Round Six. The number in the brackets to the right of each player’s name indicates how many times they have been selected in our team of the week so far this season.
The NSWRL would like to congratulate the following players who are eligible for NSW or have played VB NSW Cup this season, that have been selected in Representative teams this weekend.
Following team medicals, the following players have been brought into the GIO City side to play Country at the BCU International Stadium, Coffs Harbour, Sunday, April 21.
The New South Wales Rugby League has today selected the following players for the GIO City Origin side to play Country at the BCU International Stadium, Coffs Harbour, on Sunday, April 21.