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New South Wales Blues, game 2, team list, confirmed, squad and outs, Brad Fittler, Matt Burton

Brad Fitler made seven changes to his NSW Blues squad because they had to win against the Maroons in Perth to make a decision in Brisbane.

Manley star Jack Trobojevich and Rosters’ back-up Angus Crychton are called in, Matt Burton connects Stephen Crickton in the center, and Jack White falls in VV and Cotton Stages.

Ciocefa Talakai will be playing on the bench for the first time and Liam Martin will start in the historic Sims.

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Els pair Reagan Campbell-Guildard and Ryan Materson have been ruled out of the game, while equestrian stars Tyson Frisl and Jacob Safety have been ruled out due to injuries.

Other newcomers to the team include Rosters star Victor Radley, Els Major Clinton Gutterson and Cowboys propaganda Jordan McLean.

Fitler says he made the changes in his mind when the Blues were impressed with the Maroons package in Game One as they tried to move the series forward.

“We have to pick the players who can win. It all depends on winning the state, ”Fittler told 9 News Sydney.

“You choose the players for influence, they start and down. At the end of the day, you want to see what impact they have on the big stage.

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“Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues coach Brad Fitler has made seven changes to the 22-man squad for the two-legged state match at the Opus Stadium on Sunday, June 26,” the Blues said in a statement.

Changes in the 16-10 loss to Sydney include Matt Burton, Angus Criston, Clint Gutterson, Jordan McLean, Victor Radley, Cosifa Talakai and Jack Trbojevich.

The squad also includes six players who have yet to make their debut for the Blues, including Burton, McLean, Radley, the Big Bang, Niccho Heine and Joseph Suelen.

Before the team leaves Sydney for Perth, Fitler will speak to the media tomorrow morning.

“The team will spend the first part of the camp in the coastal Scarborough community on Friday, June 24, before completing their preparations in Perth.”

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Matt Burton (Canterbury-Bancestan Bulldogs)

Nathan Creerie (Penitent Panthers)

Damien Cook (South Sydney Rabitohs)

Angels Creekton (Sydney Doctors)

Stephen Crickton (Penitent Panthers)

Clint Gutherson (Paramatta Isles)

Payne Hass (Brisbane Broncos)

Niccho Heinens (Cronella-Sutherland Sharks)

Apisay Corosawu (Penitent Panthers)

Jarom Lui (Penitent Panthers)

Liam Martin (Penitent Panthers)

Jordan Maclin (North Queensland Cowboys)

Cameron Murray (South Sydney Rabbit)

Junior Paulo (Paramatata Isles)

Victor Radley (Sydney Rosters)

Joseph Suwali (Sydney Doroster)

Cosifella Talakai (Cronula-Sutherland Sharks)

James Tedesco (c) (Sydney Doctors)

Brian Too (Penitent Panthers)

Jack Trbojevich (Manly Waringah Eagles)

Daniel Tupu (Sydney Doctors)

Isaac Yeo (Penitent Panthers)

Coach: Brad Fittler

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