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20:16  04 july  2019
20:16  04 july  2019 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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'There’s a lot of mental scars there'© AAP Mitchell Pearce Queensland will target Blues half Mitchell Pearce’s “mental scars” when he kits up for NSW for the first time since 2017, says Maroons great Johnathan Thurston.

The Newcastle star holds the unwanted feat of never having won an Origin series in seven attempts, a record he’ll hope to rewrite when he kits up for Brad Fittler come July 10.

After ruling himself out of Origin I and II due to injury, the 30-year-old has been afforded another bite at the cherry in lieu of the injured Nathan Cleary.

And while a redemption story will in the forefront of the half's mind, it also makes him a huge target for Queensland says Maroons great Johnathan Thurston.

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“There’s obviously a lot of mental scars there from those years no doubt,” Thurston told Macca’s Thursday Night Golden Point.

“Queensland will definitely (target him).

“But he seems to be a lot more relaxed. He seems to be playing fast but thinking slow which is what you want from your halves, and he’s coming up with the right options at the right times.

“He’ll come in with a lot of confidence and I don’t think he’s had that in the past, no doubt he’ll be better.”

Having spent an intensive day in the NSW training camp mentoring the veteran one-on-one, rugby league Immortal Andrew Johns noticed a different player from the Pearce of old.

'There’s a lot of mental scars there'© AAP Johns and Pearce in Blues camp

“He seems really relaxed,” Johns said.

"There’s time when he’s been in camp or I’ve seen him play and he seems really frantic…but he’s really calm.

“He’s said the game at the moment has really slowed down for him

“He said a big thing was that he went from the Roosters where he was just a player in the machine, where he then came to Newcastle and a lot of the responsibility was on him, he said its made him a better player.”

Earlier in the week Pearce told Sports Sunday of his eagerness to turn out for the Blues at least once more time.

"I'm definitely keen to get back in that arena," Pearce told Sports Sunday.

"I've got goals in footy that I still want to achieve."

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