State of Origin: NSW player ratings

Photo: GETTY IMAGES1. Jarryd HayneFound it hard to work himself into the game and was heavily targeted by the Maroons. He saved two certain Queensland tries. (7/10)

2. Will HopoatePlayed through the pain barrier to complete his mission to keep Darius Boyd quiet. Quality ball eluded the Eels flyer. (5/10)

3. Michael JenningsA victim of the slow and grinding affair and was limited in his involvement. Sill yet to produce his best in his 12 Origin games. (5/10)

4. Josh Dugan Operation keep Greg Inglis quiet was a success for Dugan. Unfortunately he was kept equally quiet with limited ball movement from the Blues. (5/10)

5. Daniel TupouThe frequent flyer was kept grounded and largely kept out of the game. Confined to kick returns and dummy-half runs. (4/10)

6. Josh ReynoldsThe game suited the man known as grub but he couldn’t produce his attacking best. His boot saved a certain try on half-time. (5/10)

7. Trent HodkinsonSolid as a rock in his second game in the No.7 jumper and produced a solo effort to score the match-winning try. (8/10)

8. Paul Gallen (c)He played like he had two heads, four legs and eight years of pain in his heart. The skipper had a high workrate with 21 hit-ups and 35 tackles.(7/10)

9. Robbie FarahHis head-to-head battle with Cameron Smith was a highlight. He tried to lift his team with several big hits and his kicking game was first rate. (8/10)

10. Aaron WoodsA strong start but was left on the bench for a long period in the middle of the contest. He looked dangerous with ball in hand. (6/10)

11. Beau ScottBeau was like an arrow in hunting down Maroon attackers. Conversely, his attack was uninspiring and was replaced with 20 minutes to go. (5/10)

12. Ryan HoffmanThe left-hand edge has become his forte and he was right on the money in patrolling it. The go-to man for the Blues in attack.(8/10)

13. Greg BirdRevelled in the niggle and was in the thick of everything. He was typically uncompromising in attack and defence. (6/10)


14. James TamouGave away a penalty on entry and things didn’t improve. (4/10)

15. Anthony WatmoughDown on his usual Origin form. (5/10)

16.Trent MerrinLeft to the second half and couldn’t help spark the attack. (5/10)

17. Luke LewisLimited game time and struggled for rhythm.(5/10)

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