Half of Penrith’s New South Wales has received the attention of Origin I’s Maroon, but kicked the ball on Friday night after North Queensland showed generosity when hitting Nathan Cleary high. After that, I hope that the protection from the referee will be strengthened.
Panthers coach Ivan Cleary wasn’t impressed with his son’s late shots and halfbacks. 22-0 victoryLeaving a cork quad on the halfback, including one by cowboy props Jordan McLean.
“We never got a kick pressure penalty, and he was tackled late tonight and many times in the air. Maybe it changed. [the rules]”Clary said after the match.
Even Cleary himself explained to referee Ashley Klein why McLean wasn’t penalized when he continued to tackle in the second half.
Queensland has unleashed Christian Welch in a clearry in the last two series, but eagerly aspires to put pressure on gun number 7 as Melbourne’s propellers are set aside for the season. There is no shortage of other pumped up maroons.
“There was no phone [tonight], And McLean’s is usually a penalty, “said Nathan Cleary. “Usually it doesn’t matter what happens. If you get to a dangerous position, it’s a penalty.”
When asked if Queensland would adopt the same tactics Wednesday week, Cleary said: The origin is a beast in itself, and the tick tack penalty is not very high.
“I’m fine with that. I’m looking forward to the challenge every time I play. They have [targeted me in the past].. This is the most difficult stage to play. I just don’t have much time. That’s what I’m looking forward to. It’s a big challenge and I have to try and fight. “
Penrith Panthers wants to protect Nathan Cleary of State of Origin
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