Sport Glasby old enough to cope in Origin: Smith

22:36  19 june  2017
22:36  19 june  2017 Source:   MSN

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The way Cameron Smith sees it, maligned Queensland bolter Tim Glasby is old enough to handle the barbs coming his way ahead of State of Origin II, in Sydney, on Wednesday night.© Matt Blyth The way Cameron Smith sees it, maligned Queensland bolter Tim Glasby is old enough to handle the barbs coming his way ahead of State of Origin II, in Sydney, on Wednesday night. The way Cameron Smith sees it, maligned Queensland bolter Tim Glasby is old enough to handle the barbs coming his way ahead of State of Origin II, in Sydney, on Wednesday night.

Unheralded Melbourne prop Glasby, 28, has been copping it from NSW media after earning a surprise Maroons debut, dismissed as an "NRL Nobody" despite playing 76 games for the high-flying Storm.

Smith laughed off talk that Glasby would be fazed by the unprecedented criticism of his Origin elevation.

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"He's a mature guy. I think he can cop a bit of stick from people," Smith said.

"He's been around the game for a long time.

"Tim is professional. He won't worry about what has been said earlier in the week."

Glasby earned a Maroons debut after Queensland selectors wielded the axe following their record 28-4 opening loss to NSW in Brisbane.

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Glasby was the big winner when Maroons selectors made seven changes, naming the Storm forward as one of four debutants.

The Melbourne big man will start on the bench along with fellow rookie Coen Hess in a bid to help Queensland blunt the Blues' relentless forwards.

An Andrew Fifita-inspired NSW pack steamrolled Queensland in game one, prompting Maroons selectors to cut veteran forwards Sam Thaiday, Nate Myles and Jacob Lillyman plus backrower Aidan Guerra for the crunch Sydney clash.

"It's a tough role but it's a simple one and he will do the job," Smith said of Glasby.

"Every game I have played alongside him he has never let the team down.

"I am sure he will do the same for Queensland."

Smith to settle Qld Origin rookies' nerves .
Queensland captain Cameron Smith says he has full faith in their four rookies but will have a quiet word to settle their nerves ahead of State of Origin II.But the Maroons captain says he will have a quiet word to settle them before Queensland looks to keep the series alive in Wednesday night's Origin II in Sydney.

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