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  • 06 Aug
    导出博客文章Having dismissed Paul Gallens claim that Queensland were bad winners Maroons
    coach Kevin Walters is intent on sending the retiring NSW skipper off as a sore
    loser.On Monday Gallen said Queenslanders lacked humility during their run of 10
    from 11 State of Origin series wins, pointing the finger at the publics attitude
    - and a few players as well.But Walters put the claims down to banter and said
    hed be concentrating on delivering a rare cleansweep for Queensland in Corey
    Parkers final match for the Maroons.NSW will want to send him (Gallen) off on a
    high note - Queensland have a different opinion on his send off, Walters said.We
    have a guy riding off into the sunset too - Corey Parker.Walters did not believe
    Gallen had been disrespectful to Queensland but admitted the Maroons would still
    have the prop in their sights in game three.I think he has showed respect over
    his time towards Queensland players, he said.We havent spoken about it (Gallens
    comments) too much.We are respectful of what Paul can bring.He is who we have to
    stop if we want to get across the line.Veteran lock Parker will play his 19th
    and final Origin on Wednesday night.Walters hoped to send Parker off a winner
    but admitted he had no experience in sealing an Origin whitewash.I have never
    been involved in a 3-0 series - it is foreign territory for me, said Walters,
    who played 20 Origins for Queensland.It will be a big ask for our guys.The last
    time Queensland won 3-0 was in 2010.Walters has the chance to become just the
    third Origin coach in history to clinch a whitewash in his first year, joining
    NSWs Ron Willey (1986) and Queenslands Paul Vautin (1995).I have spoken to
    players who were involved in that (1995) series, Walters said.About half (of the
    current side) have done the whitewash but saying it is different to doing it.It
    will be a brutal start looking at the NSW pack.They will be all systems go again
    in game three, we have to combat that.Prop Nate Myles - a veteran of 30 Origins
    - will return to the starting side from a knee injury.But it wasnt Queenslands
    pack that Walters was worried about.The rookie Maroons mentor hoped Queenslands
    backline finally fired in game three.Greg Inglis (17) and Darius Boyd (16) are
    Origins top two try scorers but have failed to cross the line this season in a
    worrying drought.I know we can get better, Walters said of their attack.
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