Sport Fired up Jackson's Origin pride

12:22  19 june  2017
12:22  19 june  2017 Source:   MSN

Miley Cyrus Releases 'Inspired' ​i​n Honor of Pride Month

  Miley Cyrus Releases 'Inspired' ​i​n Honor of Pride Month The 24-year-old singer debuted new music on Friday.Surprise! Miley Cyrus has ​released a brand new song in celebration of Pride Month.

Canterbury' s NSW Origin stars are being asked to back up for their NRL club against the Warriors. (AAP). Blues star Josh Jackson has dedicated a "On Wednesday, I'll be playing for the people of Gulgong. "Coming from a small country town in NSW, it gives me a lot of pride to be able to do that.

Fired Up Jackson ' s Origin Pride . Guzman, Sabers top Spartans for first league win of season. Report: Mark Jackson ' s name in mix to replace Hornacek. Leeds United fans not interested in a summer move for 13-goal striker.

NSW State of Origin player Josh Jackson© AAP Image/Paul Miller NSW State of Origin player Josh Jackson

For the 2018 people in Gulgong, this one's for you.

After being controversially blocked from playing the final City-Country fixture last month, NSW star Josh Jackson has dedicated a potential State of Origin series win to his home town.

The Canterbury forward made headlines when he spoke about his NRL club's decision to make their players unavailable for the end of the traditional country match due to player welfare.

The Bulldogs eventually caved in to criticism and allowed promising second-rower Adam Elliot to play in Mudgee, however, Jackson remains upset at the abolishment of the match.

State of Origin: New South Wales Blues name the same 17 players for Game II

  State of Origin: New South Wales Blues name the same 17 players for Game II <p>New South Wales has picked the team's first unchanged State of Origin line-up in 21 years in announcing its side for game two next Wednesday.</p>New South Wales has picked the team's first unchanged State of Origin line-up in 21 years in announcing its side for game two next Wednesday.

Quinton Jackson vs. Murilo Rua PRIDE 29: Fists of Fire Sun, Feb 20, 2005 (34:33) After a valiant effort for the PRIDE middleweight title in, possibly, the Fight of the Year, knockout Up next for the young Chute Boxe star, Rua met veteran shoot-style pro wrestler “The Smiley Killer” Hiromitsu Kanehara.

It was really bad. Even in some fights they would stand you up when you were winning, different stuff like that." Former Pride FC star and UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton Jackson talked to Fighters Only Magazine about the not-so-good old days of the Japan based mixed martial arts

"It's extremely disappointing they're getting rid of the whole weekend, because being a part of that Country team you see the joy it brings to kids and people," Jackson told AAP.

"I think a lot of people from the city take it for granted.

"They have the ability to go see NRL every weekend, mix with NRL players and have players come out and do clinics and talks.

'I'm sure this arena is going to suit him'

  'I'm sure this arena is going to suit him' Why New South Wales is worried about Queensland debutant Coen Hess heading into game two of the State of Origin series.After a decade of State of Origin heartbreak New South Wales can never afford to relax, and even the Queensland rookies have them on edge.

On Tuesday he turned the volume up on the personal pride he takes in owning the team and fired Mark Jackson , the man who was able to do something for his franchise that hadn't been done in more than 20 years.

A rainbow paint splatter that would make Jackson Pollock swoon is splashed across a series of T-Shirts, tank tops, bags and caps. Look out for the adidas Originals “ Pride Pack” to go on sale this Wednesday, June 1 on the Three Sneakers. From the ground up . Music. Tune in and turn up .

"But in the country, you just don't get that mate."

However, the Blues back-rower insists he has put the bitterness behind him and will channel all his energy on claiming a series win for the good folk in the central tablelands.

One of 11 players in the Blues' game-two squad that hail from the bush, Jackson says he's more motivated than ever to represent where he comes from.

After taking away his Country jersey, this is now the best chance the 26-year-old has got.

"When you're representing any team, you're representing your family and your friends and the place that you're from," Jackson said.

"But it's more so now than before because they scrapped the City-Country game.

"Before game one we spoke about why we play the game and who'll we be playing for in NSW.

"On Wednesday, I'll be playing for the people of Gulgong.

"Coming from a small country town in NSW, it gives me a lot of pride to be able to do that.

Blues wary of Papalii's Origin threat

  Blues wary of Papalii's Origin threat Josh Papalii's expected move from the edge to the middle of Queensland's forward pack is a huge threat, says Blues forward Josh Jackson.Maroons forward Josh Papalii has been identified by NSW players as their biggest threat to clinching this year's State of Origin series in game two next Wednesday.

The year 2005 is the 9th year in the history of the Pride Fighting Championships, a mixed martial arts promotion based in Japan. 2005 had 10 events beginning with, Pride 29 - Fists of Fire . The following fighters fought their first Pride FC fight in 2005: Pride 29: Fists of Fire was an event held on February

Reset it here. Don't have an account? Sign Up for free!

"To give confidence to a young kid coming through and show that they can do what I do."

Jackson called for the NRL to stage more games in the bush in the future.

"I remember we had players come out once to one of the areas around us, and for the next couple of months that was all anyone was talking about," he said.

"I'd like to see something done, maybe more NRL games taken to the country; just an initiative from the NRL for the country people."

COUNTRY PLAYERS IN NSW STATE OF ORIGIN II TEAM

Jack Bird (Wollongong)

Boyd Cordner (Old Bar)

Jack de Belin (Cootamundra)

Josh Dugan (Tuggeranong)

Blake Ferguson (Wellington)

Andrew Fifita (Griffith)

Tyson Frizell (Wollongong)

Josh Jackson (Gulgong)

Brett Morris (Kiama)

James Maloney (Orange)

James Tedesco (Menangle)

Daley worried about welfare of Origin aces .
NSW State of Origin coach Laurie Daley says it's time the NRL looked at the dangers of representative players backing up for club games.Wednesday night's epic encounter in Sydney has so far claimed 10 casualties, including Queensland superstars Johnathan Thurston, Billy Slater, Cooper Cronk and Cameron Smith and battered and shattered Blues skipper Boyd Cordner.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!