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Tries to Johnathan Thurston, Justin Hodges and a Thurston penalty were enough to overcome James McManus and Trent Merrin's four pointers as the invicible Maroons' dynasty continued into an eighth consecutive triumph.But the match was marred in the dying stages when a streaker ran the full length of the pitch to disrupt the Blues' defence as Queensland made a late charge for the try line, causing chaos on the pitch as security personnel tried to subdue the trespasser.Maroons centre Greg Inglis also suffered a knee injury that will sideline him for up to eight weeks.Inglis sustained a posterior cruciate liagment injury in the first half but played out the match.The 2 1 series win is Queensland's first come from behind victory since 2008 after losing the first match in Sydney 14 6, before winning Game II 26 6 in Brisbane.The 12 10 win is also only the Maroons' sixth win in 21 clashes at Sydney's Olympic stadium.Victorious coach Mal Meninga said his charges were made to work hard for the win, having come through a stern defensive examination with flying colours.As it happened: Look back on Grandstand's State of Origin III live blog"We had to work hard tonight for that, we hung in there really well and handled everything that came our way. Very pleased," he told Grandstand."We weren't going to make any excuses tonight, regardless of how the game flowed, we just had to hang in there and come up with the right efforts and the right decisions when it mattered."We started really well which is fantastic. They came back at us really hard, we had to put a really great defensive effort into the back end of that first half, the boys were fairly exhausted.Queensland coach usa outlet was 6 0 up inside 10 minutes when Cameron Smith burst out of dummy half to feed Thurston, who weaved past two bewildered markers to score beside the posts coach outlet shop online on the stretch.The Blues botched their first good chance to score when Sam Thaiday and Billy Slater combined for a try saving tackle on the Maroons try line, before Justin Hodges scrambled to cover a stray pass on Queensland's right flank.New South Wales was then held up for two whole sets as coach outlet official website the Queensland defence forced errors under enormous pressure.But the Blues broke through on the 26th minute thanks to a clever Josh Morris offload put James McManus over the line to make a try scoring return to Origin football.Twenty minutes passed as the defences dominated the second half proceedings, but Justin Hodges put on the afterburners to beat his man on the angle to score in the corner.Thurston could not convert from the sharp angle, and NSW punished coach factory outlet online store the visitors for failing to extend the lead when Trent Merrin scored between the posts following a terrible missed tackle from Corey Parker.The converted try meant there was just two points in it with nine minutes remaining, but controversy reigned two minutes from full time when a streaker ran the full length of the pitch coach store outlet online to disrupt a Maroons charge to the try line.Several Blues players were tripped up as pitch side security scrambled to subdue the streaker as Queensland's Matthew Scott looked to touch down for a try, but the referee rightly ruled against the four pointer.
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