New South Wales vs Queensland live stream: how to watch the State of Origin Game 2
New South Wales vs Queensland – Game 2 – Preview & Prediction | 2022 State of Origin
It’s almost time for State of Origin Game 2, and what once seemed like another sure win for the NSW Blues is starting to look less certain with a resurgent Queensland side – whatever happens, we’re just hours away from finding out. The 2022 State of Origin series opener is tonight at 8:10pm AEST in Sydney, Australia. Here’s how you can watch a New South Wales vs Queensland live stream wherever you are in the world.
Where is New South Wales vs Queensland taking place? New South Wales vs Queensland will take place at Optus Stadium in Perth, Australia
Where can I get tickets for New South Wales vs Queensland? Click here for ticket information on the 2022 State of Origin series
What channel is New South Wales vs Queensland on? Sky Sports subscribers can watch New South Wales vs Queensland live on Sky Sports Arena
Where can I stream New South Wales vs Queensland? New South Wales vs Queensland can be streamed live on Sky Go
A massive bomb from Ali Brigginshaw went up, Julia Robinson got on the end of it and found Shenae Ciesiolka in support to score under the sticks, but a very quick check showed that both were way in front of the kicker.
NEW SOUTH WALES
Starting 13: Tedesco, To’o, Burton, S. Crichton, Tupou, Luai, Cleary, Haas, Koroisau, J. Trbojevic, Murray, Martin, Yeo – Interchanges: Cook, A. Crichton, Paulo, Talakai – Reserves: Hynes, Suaalii, McLean, Gutherson, Radley
Starting 13: Ponga, Cobbo, Holmes, Gagai, Taulagi, Munster, Cherry-Evans, Collins, Hunt, Papalii, Capewell, Kaufusi, Fa’asuamaleaui – Interchanges: Grant, Arrow, Carrigan, Nanai – Reserves: Dearden, Flegler, Fermor, Oates, Walsh
Some eyes up footy from Evania Pelite - the set looked to have ended with Tarryn Aiken caught in possession on the last, but instead her centre came around the back and pulled the ball out, rugby style, before turning the corner and diving over just inside the post!
Isabelle Kelly barges over in the corner and that should be that - a well-deserved try after a stellar showing
Pearson shanks the conversion so Queensland will get one more chance...but Keeley Davis snaffles the short kick-off on the bounce, and the Blues will now surely hold on to win!
The set ends with Kelly tackled one metre out from the line, and the Maroons had less than 30 seconds to go 99 metres - a tall order, and one they couldn't achieve.
New South Wales take a 3-2 lead in the all-time ledger, what a fantastic game.