New South Wales Rugby
Dane Gagai (right) has actually scored five attempts in three Origin games for Queensland
|Queensland (10) 26|
|Tries: Gagai 3, Oates Goals: Thurston 5|
|New South Wales (4) 16|
|Tries: Frizell, Maloney Goals: Reynolds 3, Maloney|
Dane Gagai's hat-trick helped Queensland overcome New South Wales 26-16 to win their 10th condition of Origin name in 11 many years with a game title to free.
After two penalties for each part, Gagai ran 80 metres for a try placed Queensland 10-4 ahead at half-time.
Gagai moved down once again at the beginning of the 2nd half, before Tyson Frizell moved over to supply the away side hope.
But attempts from Gagai and Conor Oates either part of James Maloney's score for Blues guaranteed the hosts' triumph.
Gagai's hat-trick ended up being the very first in an Origin online game since Matt King scored three attempts for New South Wales when you look at the determining game associated with the 2005 show.
However, he was nearly rejected their orifice decide to try while he was brought down five metres short of the line by Frizell, nevertheless the Newcastle Knights winger's momentum transported him over when it comes to score.
The 25-year-old's second try was equally impressive, while he achieved back once again to claw in increased one-handed catch and slide over when you look at the corner.
Frizell, whom became the first Wales intercontinental to feature in the State of Origin series, powered over from close range shortly after, but Gagai moved down Johnathan Thurston's grubber kick to give Queensland a lead that proved insurmountable.
Queensland: Boyd; Oates, Inglis, O'Neill, Gagai; Thurston, Cronk; Scott, Smith, McGuire, Gillett, Thaiday, Parker.
Replacements: Morgan, Lillyman, Guerra, Papalii.
New South Wales: Moylan; Ferguson, Jennings, Walker, Mansour; Maloney, Reynolds; Woods, Farah, Tamou, Frizell, Jackson, Gallen.