State of Origin 1 2022 Player Rating

The Blues were fouled by an original ambush, dropping a game 16-10 to the Maroons.

Four Queensland debutants were prominent, the blues rookies were scared of the stage, bringing some of the most stylish performances of the night.

Origin I, The Mole with its player rating from 2022 does not punch any.

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New South Wales Blues

James Tedesco: The Blues’ most dangerous attacking player, running more than 200 meters and making several breaks.

Rating: 8

Brian Too: A destructive ball with the ball in hand, as he happens to be Penrith every week.

Rating: 7

Cotoni Stags: He struggled to get into the game in the first half and suffered a shoulder injury in the second half.

Rating: 5

Jack Whitton: Scored in the opening try with a fine burst out wide and is always testing the defense.

Rating: 7

Daniel Tupu: He did his job but the Blues’ lack of field position prevented him from competing in offensive bombs.

Rating: 6

Jerome Louie: Tried twice and gave plenty of strength to the Blues attack.

Rating: 7

Nathan Cleary: The man who was expected to lead the NSW to victory was a little weaker than his usual influence.

Rating: 6

Pain smile: Creates the most effective forward, hard yard, in exchange for the first.

Rating: 7

Damien Cook: The attack took the Blues forward and made some great runs in midfield.

Rating: 7

Reagan Campbell-Gillard: A busy game at its first source since 2018. His colleagues tried to pick up the forwards.

Rating: 6

Liam Martin: In the beginning his promotion didn’t do much for the team and his impact was minimal.

Rating: 5

Tariq Sims: Performance like a workman without anything spectacular.

Rating: 5

Isaiah Yo: He was one of the more effective forwards of the Blues after overcoming a head knock in the first tackle of the game.

Rating: 6

The blues fall less than an inch from the golden point

Paolo Jr.: Denying an attempt is unfortunate and has made little difference from it.

Rating: 5

Cameron Murray: He picked up the blues from the bench and scored which created the scene for the thrilling finish.

Rating: 7

Stephen Crichton: Got 28 minutes of play time and is seen fighting with greater speed of the match.

Rating: 4

Crichton’s first original moment was a dangerous tackle

Ryan Matterson: Like many forwards in the Blues, he worked hard but did little to influence the outcome.

Rating: 5

Queensland Maroons

Kalin Ponga: Show his class with a great pass, leaving Val Holmes out for a safe and important effort in defense.

Rating: 7

Selwyn Cobo: A strong debut, with a clever kick to make the Maroons’ opening effort and manage the pressure well.

Rating: 7

Valentine Homes: The defense clears up a number of dangerous situations and scores fine runs from Ponga.

Rating: 7

Hero Holmes saves the Maroons

Gagai Data: Jack Whitton missed his reverse number for the opening attempt but corrected by staying on the scene to score in Queensland’s first attempt.

Rating: 7

Xavier Quotes: A leg injury just 28 minutes ago brought an early end to his night.

Rating: 3

Cameron Munster: His stinginess, big play and clever ball play terrified the blues and deserved winner of Man of the Match.

Rating: 8

Munster’s bold strip stops the blues

Daily Cherry-Evans: Trying a smart single from a scrum early in the second half turned the game into a maroon path.

Rating: 7

Criminal organization: His job is to hold on to the middle, build solid yards and neutralize the blues going forward.

Rating: 7

Ben Hunt: Gained his salary with some smart moves but got only 37 minutes due to Grant’s dominance in Damihaf.

Rating: 6

Josh Papali: Only played 22 minutes and had very little impact on the game at that time.

Rating: 5

Kurt Capwell: Characteristically busy displays cover plenty of ground in attack and defense.

Rating: 7

Felice Kaufusi: Has scored just seven runs in 80 minutes and is looking out of motion.

Rating: 5

Ruben Kotter: A super debut, running more than 150 meters and topping the Maroons’ tackle count.

Rating: 8

Harry Grant: Always dangerous with running his search from Damihaf, getting the Maroons on the front legs.

Rating: 7

Lindsay Collins: Just for the job he was picked for, he picked up the intensity from the bench with some big hits and barging runs.

Rating: 7

Patrick Carrigan: His injection into the game midway through the first half changed Queensland’s pace. More meters than any forward on the field.

Rating: 8

Jeremiah Nanai: The Maroons have recovered from a painful ankle injury to play their part in the victory.

Rating: 5

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