New South Wales State of Origin Player Ratings

Out of ten:

  1. Jarryd Hayne: 1
  2. Brett Moris: 3
  3. Beau Scott: 1
  4. Matt Cooper: 1
  5. Joel Monaghan: 1
  6. Trent Barrett: 1
  7. Mitchell Pearce: 1
  8. Michael Weyman: 0
  9. Michael Ennis: 1
  10. Brett White: 3
  11. Nathan Hindmarsh: 0
  12. Ben Creagh: 0
  13. Paul Gallen: 1
  14. Tom Leoroyd-Larrs: 1
  15. Luke O’Donnell: 2
  16. Kurt Gidley: -10

I can’t even remember who the other player for New South Wales was. He must have been invisible. If more than three of these players are picked next year we’ll lose again.

7 Comments New South Wales State of Origin Player Ratings

  1. Aaran

    At least we won the punch up. Personally I would prefer to win a punch-up than a game of football

  2. Ben McLaughlin

    I agree mostly, except for your last bit. A large part of them sucking is because they never stick with the same players.

  3. Gary Ware

    Ah, the time honoured NSW sacrifice of the losing team to the god of quick fixes.
    Could just be that a great team had a particularly good game and utterly smashed their opposition.

  4. Nathan Campbell

    I reckon this Queensland team is the best ever. But last night it was a case of an irresistable force meeting a movable object that was heading in entirely the wrong direction.

    The reason they aren’t sticking with the same players is that they keep picking the wrong ones. Here’s a team I would pick, and stick with, for the next five years:

    1. Brett Stewart (assuming he’s not in prison).
    2. Jarryd Hayne
    3. Brett Morris
    4. Jamal Idris
    5. Josh Morris
    6. Jamie Soward
    7. Mitchell Pearce (if they’re going to blood a halfback they should do it properly)
    8. Brett White
    9. Robbie Farrah (or Ennis – I don’t care).
    10. Brent Kite (or anybody other than Weyman).
    11. Glenn Stewart
    12. Ben Creagh (or Ryan Hoffman)
    13. Anthony Watmough
    14. Greg Bird or Luke Lewis – mobile, can play in the forwards or the halves
    15. Todd Carney – a proper impact player who can play just about anywhere
    16. A big prop – maybe Jason King
    17. Another big prop – maybe Daine Lawrie from the Tigers.

  5. Ben McLaughlin

    Not bad, but a bit Manly-heavy.

    I say Farrah over Ennis of course.

    Sadly Laurie is no longer at the Tige’s. I say give big Kieth Galloway a go. And Chris Heighnington.

    And definitely leave out Brett Stewart.

    1. Nathan Campbell

      No, that’s right. He’s at the Panthers now… can I point out, that when it comes to Manly – they’re the defending premiers, and all the Manly Players in that list have played for Australia (except King).

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