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Wallabies captain Stephen Moore backing rugby State of Origin push quoting : The Courier Mail

according to media_camera Israel Folau first rose to prominence in the representative arena with the Queensland rugby league State of Origin team.
But many, including Moore, feel the success of rugby origin would hinge on whether all Wallabies stars are allowed to play.
An Origin game is part of a smorgasbord of things we can be looking at.”Originally published as Stars back rugby State of Origin
WALLABIES captain Stephen Moore has thrown his support behind a rugby State of Origin match in June, saying he wants to play and other Aussie stars would feel the same way.
NSW V QUEENSLAND: SEE THE POTENTIAL LINE-UPS BELOWBarker will give a presentation on Rugby Origin to Super Rugby bosses and ARU executives on Friday, with all the powerbrokers in town for the Brisbane Tens.

Wallabies captain Stephen Moore backing rugby State of Origin push

as mentioned in Heavyweight support as Australian rugby ramps up State of Origin matchGETTY IMAGES Wallabies coach Michael Cheika and captain Stephen Moore see merit in Australian rugby pursuing a State of Origin match.
Wallabies captain Stephen Moore and coach Michael Cheika have voiced their support for a State of Origin clash as Australian rugby looks for ways to win back popularity.
Cheika also sees value in the idea though believes it can’t be an exact replica of the successful rugby league formula.
The Telegraph reported that more than 75 per cent of Australian professional rugby players come from Queensland or New South Wales.
“To have something that is just ours, in Australia — and we have observed that in rugby league — it is something that creates excellent rivalry and tribalism and interest.

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Michael Cheika says rugby State of Origin needs to be a unique product

SHAREShare on Facebook SHAREShare on Twitter TWEETPin to Pinterest PINLink Unique: Michael Cheika is keen for a rugby State of Origin match but insists it needs to be different to the league product.
“We’re going to see improved performances from our Super Rugby teams across the board this year,” Cheika said.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika is open to the idea of a rugby State of Origin match being used as a genuine selection battle for Australian players but says it needs to be unique rather than a carbon copy of rugby league’s successful version.
Cheika has spent the last few weeks visiting Super Rugby clubs and overseeing their pre-season plans.
Queensland and NSW Rugby unions have been in talks since last year about the match, which could go ahead in late June after Australia’s three-Test window and before Super Rugby resumes.

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