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NSW VB Blues hooker Robbie Farah  looks set to overcome a broken hand and line-up in third and deciding Origin clash at Suncorp Stadium on Wednesday night.

The VB Blues hooker looked long odds to line-up for his side in Origin III – until he turned out at this morning’s training session full of energy and showing no signs of discomfort in a great sign for Laurie Daley’s side. Farah was involved in all the drills and contact work in a sign that will no doubt instil plenty of belief in his team-mates.

The side were joined at today’s session by a number of interested onlookers, including inspirational former Dragon and Knight Alex McKinnon, a close friend to many in the side.

McKinnon this week announced he is set to release his autobiography “Unbroken”, a book Wayne Bennett believes has a message in it for all of us.

The VB Blues travel to Brisbane tomorrow ahead of Wednesday night’s clash. Don’t forget, with the game now a sell-out, there’s no better place to watch the game than from The Star – it’s the official home of the NSW VB Blues and Blatchys Blues.

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