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Superb game, superb entertainment, a well deserved win to Queensland.  Kalyn Ponga, a kiwi at heart, and a coming superstar, the most elusive running back in the game, even ahead of Tedesco and Latrell Mitchell.

Note after the game, a very sad sack and bitter Andrew Johns, so bad, they chose to quickly cut away from that particular comments team, when he started commenting that some comments were bullshit.

Meat balls galore

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Terrific match ! The best in years. The energy levels displayed by some of the fittest players in the game were mind-boggling. Back the Maroons. Knew the crowd would lift them across the line. That Ben Hunt is a cunning little dragon isn't he ?

Not sure what commentary you guys get in NZ but if it's the same tired weak shit we get here then pity you. These State of Origin commentators are leagues below the regular NRL crew

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Sky NZ picks up the Channel 9 feed

The third and final game of the State of Origin will be broadcast exclusively on Channel Nine and 9Now from Wednesday, July 13, at 7.00pm AEST.

Playing at Suncorp Stadium Brisbane, the New South Wales Blues will go head-to-head with the Queensland Maroons for the 2022 State of Origin title.

Hosted by James Bracey, the Wide World of Sports commentary team for Origin III features a lineup of the biggest names in rugby league, with Andrew Johns, Cameron Smith, Johnathan Thurston, Phil Gould, Paul Vautin, Paul Gallen, Darren Lockyer and Wally Lewis, along with Mat Thompson calling the game live beside Johns and Smith. 

Wide World of Sports will cross live during play to both Origin coaches, Billy Slater and Brad Fittler, to add to the intensity for their view on the state of play. 

Danika Mason will deliver all the breaking news from the sideline alongside Gallen, while crossing deep inside Blues territory will be Emma Lawrence at Panthers Leagues Club in Penrith. Sam Thaiday and Allana Ferguson will have their fingers on the Queensland heartbeat at the Caxton Hotel in Brisbane.

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Big names among the ex-players but media savvy they are not with the exception perhaps of Gallen but he was sideline. Lockyer's a former client and a good bloke but most were stating the bleedin' obvious.

You wouldn't want Sam Thaiday's fingers anywhere near ya 😁

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