An Australian record crowd of 87,161 attended Game II, 1994, the first ever Origin match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
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Game Two, 1994: Record crowd of 87,161 attends first Origin match at MCG

Having had their hearts broken by Mark Coyne's completion of a miraculous team try that saw the Maroons snatch victory in the dying seconds of Game One, NSW headed south with a win-at-all-costs attitude and a simple game plan devised by coach Phil Gould. Keeping the ball tight and giving Queensland's star-studded backline little room to move, the Blues dominated from the outset in front of a record crowd at the 'G' as Paul Harragon led from the front with a man of the match performance. NSW's steely defence kept the Cane Toads scoreless for just the second time in history and laid the platform for their first ever come-from-behind series win in the 13th edition of Origin.