He's made a reputation as one of the NRL's most annoying players to take on but Michael Ennis won't rile up the Maroons next Wednesday, according to Matt Scott.
NSW forwards successfully got under the skin of Maroons star Johnathan Thurston in their Game Two win at the MCG, says Thurston's Cowboys teammate James Tamou.
A sellout Suncorp Stadium welcomes what looms as a classic State of Origin decider, with a champion Maroons side aiming to win back the shield from the Blues.
He played a key role in NSW's 2014 Origin series win but Brett Morris admits it hurt not being on the field when the shield was secured.
Cooper Cronk has declared himself 100 per cent fit for Origin III and Maroons captain Cameron Smith says the halfback will handle any extra attention from NSW.
Having played at fullback for the Maroons just once before, Greg Inglis believes he's now better placed to provide direction for his team in the Origin decider.
The 2015 Holden State of Origin decider, at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium on July 8, is officially a sell-out.
Robbie Farah is giving himself every chance to play Origin III but in the meantime is helping old rival Michael Ennis slot into the NSW role if required.
Queensland forward Matt Scott has been inspired by NSW rival James Tamou in looking to defy a neck concern to chase State of Origin glory.
The fans have crowned Maroons legend Darren Lockyer and NSW great Andrew Johns their state's best players since 2000; who gets your vote as the best of all?