Digital Image Grant Trouville © nrlphotos.com : State of Orign Rugby League - NSW v QLD Suncorp Stadum, Wednesday July 9th  2014.

VB Blues Dominate Kangaroos' Side

The victorious NSW VB Blues have dominated selections in the Holden Kangaroos’ side for the opening match of their Four Nations campaign, a clash against New Zealand at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday.

A total of 12 NSW players have been named in Australia’s 20-man squad, including eight members of Laurie Daley's victorious VB Blues. A total of four NSW rookies – Josh Mansour, Dylan Walker, David Klemmer and Sione Mata’utia, who are yet to play Origin – have also been included in the Australian side.

The VB Blues dominate the Holden Kangaroos' outside backs, securing all four wing and centre positions, as well as the entire starting back row.

 

No.

Player

NRL Club

Junior Club

1.

Greg Inglis

South Sydney Rabbitohs

Bowraville Tigers

2.

Josh Mansour

Penrith Panthers

St Johns/Kingsgrove Colts

3.

Michael Jennings

Sydney Roosters

St Marys/West City Tigers

4.

Dylan Walker

South Sydney Rabbitohs

Mascot Jets

5.

Daniel Tupou

Sydney Roosters

Berala Bears/Guildford Owls

6.

Daly Cherry-Evans

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles

Mackay Brothers

7.

Cooper Cronk

Melbourne Storm

Souths Acacia

8.

Aaron Woods

Wests Tigers

Leichhardt Juniors

9.

Cameron Smith (c)

Melbourne Storm

Logan Brothers

10.

Sam Thaiday

Brisbane Broncos

Townsville Brothers

11.

Beau Scott

Newcastle Knights

Picton Magpies

12.

Ryan Hoffman

Melbourne Storm

Campbelltown Collegians

13.

Greg Bird

Gold Coast Titans

West Maitland Red Dogs/ Maitland Pumpkin Pickers

14.

Robbie Farah

Wests Tigers

Enfield Federals/Leichhardt Wanderers

15.

Aidan Guerra

Sydney Roosters

Townsville Brothers

16.

Josh Papalii

Canberra Raiders

Logan Brothers

17.

Corey Parker

Brisbane Broncos

Logan Brothers

18.

Boyd Cordner

Sydney Roosters

Old Bar Pirates

19.

David Klemmer

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs

All Saints

20.

Sione Mata’utia

Newcastle Knights

Raymond Terrace/South Newcastle