Girls’s State of Origin 2022 LIVE updates: NSW v Queensland at GIO Stadium
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The standard of this match is but extra proof, not that it ought to be wanted, that the Girls’s Origin contest ought to be a three-game collection.
Subsequent yr it’s speculated to be a two-match contest. Dumb concept.
It principally means Queensland might want to win each matches in 2022 to regain the defend.
The ARL Fee ought to want no additional proof that these NRLW gamers at the moment are greater than able to producing three top-quality clashes.
NSW have held on in a nail-biter to reclaim the Origin defend for the primary time since 2019.
NSW centre Isabelle Kelly scores out large after one other skittling run by Johnston.
Kelly picks up a bouncing move from Tonegato and ricochets away from two defenders.
Blues 20-14 getting into the ultimate minute … sideline conversion kick sails large
Brigginshaw places up a bomb, Julia Robinson wins the race to it and passes for Shenae Ciesiolka to attain an important strive …
… nevertheless she was a metre or two offside on the level of the kick.
Blues clinging onto 16-14 lead with 4 minutes left.
The bunker has dominated the ball was propelled ahead.
No strive, rating stays Blues 16-14 with 8 minutes to go
Blues debutante Olivia Kernick unfurls an across the nook move for Tiana Penitani to attain out large.
The move bounced to the winger however seemed prefer it may have gone ahead.
Bunker reviewing …
Tempers are beginning to fray a bit on the edges right here on either side.
NSW are holding onto their 16-10 lead with 17 minutes to go and regardless of a number of adjustments near the Queensland line, the Maroons’ defence has held agency.
And all of it erupts in a little bit of push and shove involving gamers from each groups.
Kezie Apps and Tazmin Grey began all of it however no hurt performed.
NSW winger Yasmin Clydsdale passes in her in-goal space and the evaluate exhibits the ball was knocked down by Brigginshaw so the house facet will get the ball again from a scrum quite than having to do a line drop-out.
It’s formally a brand new file crowd for a Girls’s Origin sport with 11,321 followers at GIO Stadium tonight.
Properly performed, Canberra, and all of the followers who’ve come from far and large to cheer on the groups.