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Queensland Under 19 Emerging Origin squad named

Queensland’s next generation of State of Origin representatives will assemble in Brisbane this Sunday.

The 30-man squad includes a strong contingent of players involved with Hostplus Cup clubs this year, along with a number of young Queensland stars contracted to interstate National Rugby League clubs.

Queensland Under 19 head coach Matt Ballin will set the tone for the year ahead by taking squad members through expectations and roles, while also sharing insight into the ‘Maroon DNA’.

Ballin will be supported by Former Origin Greats (FOGS) Darius Boyd, Matt Gillett and Antonio Kaufusi.

The camp is an important part of the Queensland team’s preparations leading into the June 20 clash against New South Wales at Sydney’s Leichhardt Oval.

The 2024 Emerging Origin squad includes seven players who were part of last year’s match against the young Blues.

They are Mutua Brown, Israel Leota, Stanley Huen, Michael Waqa, Jamal Shibasaki, Mason Kira and Kai Simon.

Queensland Under 19 Emerging Origin squad

Name Club
Beni Allen  Wynnum Manly Seagulls
Harry Armstrong  Wynnum Manly Seagulls
Cooper Bai Burleigh Bears
Coby Black Burleigh Bears
Mutua Brown Mackay Cutters
Jett Bryce Burleigh Bears
Cameron Bukowski Wynnum Manly Seagulls
Jett Elich Melbourne Storm
Reece Foley Sydney Roosters
Zac Garton Redcliffe Dolphins
Stanley Huen Melbourne Storm
Xavier Kerrisk Mackay Cutters
Mason Kira Northern Pride
Israel Leota Souths Logan Magpies
Alton Naiyep Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
LJ Nonu  Redcliffe Dolphins
Jaxon Purdue Mackay Cutters
Isaiah Scanlan  Penrith Panthers
Jamal Shibasaki Mackay Cutters
Larry Siala  Redcliffe Dolphins
Kai Simon Mackay Cutters
Bud Smith Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
Sam Stephenson Tweed Seagulls
Lewis Symonds Redcliffe Dolphins
Tariq Tanner Wynnum Manly Seagulls
Tyreece Tait Sydney Roosters
Aholoka Toia Sydney Roosters
De La Salle Va'a Sydney Roosters
Michael Waqa Redcliffe Dolphins
Matthew Watts Mackay Cutters
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