Andrew Johns says NSW Blues coach Brad Fittler has been in this hole before – he can dig himself out


So is Penrith’s Api Koroisau. His combination with Damien Cook can be a masterstroke.

The Maroons did a lot right in game one, but the most important thing was they won the ruck.

They slowed down NSW, limiting Nathan Cleary, Isaah Yeo and Jarome Luai. And, off the back of that, they pressured Cleary’s kicking game.

On the flipside, Queensland halves Cameron Munster and Daly Cherry-Evans had time and space against a fatigued NSW middle.

Munster produced a Wally Lewis-like performance — the highest accolade there is for a Queenslander.

The NSW middle men of Junior Paulo, Payne Haas and…



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