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Sport Blues ripped for second half mental errors

20:29  11 july  2018
20:29  11 july  2018 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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The Blues ’ second half was marred by several errors , and Gallen was clear in his assessment of the team’s efforts. Both Gallen and Gould conceded that fatigue from the sapping contest played a key role in the Blues ’ mental errors in the second half .

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Former New South Wales captain Paul Gallen has criticised the Blues for not playing smart football in their Game 3 loss to Queensland. 

After taking a shock lead into the half, the Blues were stunned in the second half as tries to Valentine Holmes and Daly Cherry-Evans gave the Maroons a 18-12 win.

The Blues’ second half was marred by several errors, and Gallen was clear in his assessment of the team’s efforts.

“I don’t think New South Wales played smart in the second half,” he said.

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“The Latrell Mitchell ball over the sideline, Angus Crichton not tipping on to Roberts who probably would have scored on the sideline.

“They missed a couple of opportunities that they’ll be ruing, but fatigue got them in the end.”

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Gallen’s opinion was echoed by former Blues coach Phil Gould who said that the team didn’t play as a united team in their second half meltdown.

“I think at different times in the second half, we just weren’t coming together as a team, it seemed to be individual efforts trying to get out of trouble,” Gould said.

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“I didn’t see a lot in our attack tonight.”

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Gould also suggested that the young Blues side will have learnt a lesson in dealing with the raucous Suncorp Stadium crowd that will stand them in good stead for future Origin series.

“It’ll be a great learning experience for these young fellas,” he said.

“When Queensland gets in front here in Queensland, it’s a different sort of crowd, it’s a different sort of atmosphere, it lifts them and it can be a little intimidating.”

Both Gallen and Gould conceded that fatigue from the sapping contest played a key role in the Blues’ mental errors in the second half.

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