Sport I'd do anything for NSW: Peachey

10:32  16 april  2018
10:32  16 april  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Prop may be the only position the Penrith Panther hasn't played in, but such is his desire to play State of Origin this year.

And it's for precisely that reason the Blues selectors are keeping a close eye on him.

With the battle for a Blues bench spot wide open, Peachey continued to put his best foot forward playing in the unfamiliar position of five-eighth in Sunday's 35-12 demolition of the Gold Coast.

In his 98-game career, the 26-year-old has started at second-row, hooker and lock as well as coming off the bench on 45 occasions.

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The Blues have lacked an effective utility since Craig Wing's last Origin appearance in 2009, however, Peachey promises the kind of spark reminiscent of the former South Sydney and Sydney Roosters star.

Rabbitohs hooker Damien Cook is considered the front-runner and reinforced this after cutting up the Roosters on Thursday night with explosive speed out of dummy-half.

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But Cook is not as versatile as Peachey and NSW coach Brad Fittler could opt for the latter as his No.14, which would also double as an insurance policy should there be any injuries in the backline.

"I'd love to, it's a dream of mine," Peachey told AAP when asked about playing for NSW.

"I know Freddy's a great coach and they're going to have a good team this year so if I'm involved in that, it'll be awesome.

"I've just got to play good for Penrith and if it happens, it happens.

"Whatever they want me to do, I'll do it. I'd play bloody front row if they want me to. I'd just love to be involved with Origin."

Fittler is known to be a fan of Peachey and last year pushed for him to be included on the Blues bench.

Peachey played under Fittler for NSW City on three occasions from 2014-2017.

On wearing the No.6 jersey, Peachey said nothing much had changed as he plays what he sees while James Maloney marshals the Panthers.

"They've made it a lot simpler because (Nathan Cleary) is going to be out for a while," Peachey said.

"I've just got to do my job until he gets back, I'm just the replacement.

"They just said run the ball and Jimmy will take control of everything."

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