New South Wales coach Laurie Daley makes two changes for Origin clash
Last Updated: 16/06/13 10:42am
Josh Dugan in action for the Dragons
New South Wales have made two enforced changes for this month's second State of Origin match against Queensland in Brisbane.
St George Illawarra full-back Josh Dugan will make his return to Origin level after Jarryd Hayne was ruled out with a hamstring injury.
Wests Tigers prop Aaron Woods is the other change and will make his Origin debut as a replacement for the suspended James Tamou.
However Dugan, who earlier this year was sacked by Canberra for repeated off-field disciplinary issues, will need to overcome an ankle injury.
Blues coach Laurie Daley said: "He's a wonderful player Josh.
"I've coached him a couple of times. He's a good kid and a very talented kid. He obviously had some issues at the very start of the year."
NSW lead the series one-nil after winning the opening game in Sydney. Queensland will name their side on Tuesday.
New South Wales team to face Queensland on June 26: Josh Dugan, Brett Morris, Michael Jennings, Josh Morris, Blake Ferguson, James Maloney, Mitchell Pearce, Paul Gallen (c), Robbie Farah, Aaron Woods, Ryan Hoffman, Luke Lewis, Greg Bird
Replacements: Andrew Fifita, Trent Merrin, Josh Reynolds, Anthony Watmough