BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 11: Boyd Cordner of the Blues and team mates celebrate with the trophy after winning the series following game three of the State of Origin series between the Queensland Maroons and the New South Wales Blues at Suncorp Stadium on July 11, 2018 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)
  1. James Tedesco (Fullback)

Didn’t reach the heroics of Game I or II but was still outstanding for the Blues: 8/10

  1. Tom Trbojevic (Wing)

Third times a charm. Tom Trbojevic’s best Origin performance to date. Was among the Blues best: 8.5/10

  1. Latrell Mitchell (Centre)

Another player who didn’t reach the heroic levels he achieved in Game I and II. Only three caries of the football, should have been better: 3/10

  1. James Roberts (Centre)

A sound performance let’s see how he goes next series: 6/10

  1. Josh Addo-Carr (Wing)

This guy is dangerous every time he touches the footy: 7.5/10

  1. James Maloney (Five-Eighth)

Didn’t relive his Game I and II heroics – otherwise he’d have possibly been named player of the series – was quite poor, however: 3.5/10

  1. Nathan Cleary (Halfback)

Did his job and covered a lot of territory, again. Probably his best performance this series: 6.5/10

  1. David Klemmer (Prop)

One of New South Wales’ best. Only Blues forward to crack 100 metres with ball in hand: 7.5/10

  1. Damien Cook (Hooker)

New South Wales’ best. Possibly player of the series: 8.5/10

  1. Paul Vaughn (Prop)

Only played 25 minutes but one hit up is unacceptable for a starting front rower at this level of the game: 2/10

  1. Boyd Cordner (Second Row)

The skipped did his best to lead from the front: 6.5/10

  1. Tyson Frizell (Second Row)

Not his best performance but showed signs of improvement: 5.5/10

  1. Jake Trbojevic (Lock)

New South Wales best forward along with Klemmer: 7/10

14. Jack De Belin (Interchange)

Strong input off the bench: 6.5/10

  1. Tariq Sims (Interchange)

Nice to see him finally make his debut in the Blue jersey after the rough trot he’s been through, but a brain snap lead to a Queensland victory: 4/10

  1. Angus Crichton (Interchange)

Will be better next series after being blooded a year or two earlier than anticipated: 5/10

  1. Tyrone Peachey (Interchange)

Only had a nine minute stint: 2/10

TOTAL: 93

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