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Mal Meninga and Kevin Walters, among others, have already sparked discussions about who will assume the Queensland and Australian captaincies.Greg Inglis was later confirmed as the Maroons' new skipper.Queenslander or New South Welshman, the series captivates sports fans across Australia, as the 34 best players in the NRL battle it out for ultimate bragging honours.For 38 years, the battle between maroon and blue has extended to all-out war as both teams put their bodies on the line to reap glory for their state.The betting markets have swung towards towards the Blues, with New South Wales now favourites for the 2018 Origin series.In another bombshell, long-time Queensland fullback Billy Slater announced he would join Smith, Johnathan Thurston and Cooper Cronk in representative retirement. Of the 36 full series played, Queensland have won 21, New South Wales 13, with 2 series drawn. All up, of 108 games, Queensland have won 58, New South Wales have won 48, with 2 matches being drawn.Government officials said the women were 'held' - not arrested - and released after they were transferred to what a ministry spokesman described as a 'proper place'.
The government of moderate President Hassan Rouhani wants to ease restrictions to some events, and women have been allowed to attend basketball and volleyball events, albeit from a separate section of the stands.
While the last decade has been dominated by the men north of the border, the rivalry remains as strong as ever, if not stronger, as the Blues desperately try to overturn the nightmares inflicted by Queensland in 11 of the last 12 series.
MORE: Addo-Carr: Melbourne Storm turned me into the player I've always dreamed of being | Bulldog's Bite: Scott and Boyd's sackings prove QLD's loyalty policy is dead The series itself provides a breathtaking respite from the stop-and-start nature of the club season, which has encouraged the NRL to hold a standalone Origin match on a weekend for the first time in 17 years.
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne VIC ANZ Stadium, Sydney NSW Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane QLD Wednesday 6th June, 2018 ( Kickoff: pm) Sunday 24th June, 2018 ( Kickoff: pm) Wednesday 11th July, 2018 ( Kickoff: pm) Referees: Gerard Sutton (lead), Ashley Klein (assist) Touch judges: Nick Beashel, Brett Suttor Bunker: Steve Chiddy (senior review official), Ben Galea review (official) Standby: Ben Cummins Get your tickets for the Melbourne game here. You will be able to stream NRL games through Nine's 9Now catch-up service.
State of Origin games will be available live and on demand on the web, i OS, Android, Chromecast, and Apple TV.