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This article first appeared on NRL. Three of NSW's greatest dummy-halves have unanimously agreed incumbent Blues rake Robbie Farah deserves another go at State of Origin this year with no other candidate standing out and demanding to take his spot.
Titans' No. Newcastle legend Danny Buderus was a successful Blues hooker and one of the state's most-capped players and captains, and he told NRL. Buderus said there was no question Farah was still up to the task despite playing much of this season off the bench for a struggling South Sydney — as evidenced by his last-start match-winning minute effort against former club Wests Tigers.
The nine, six, seven and one are so important for his team. There's a new breed, a new fresh feel about it and a confident one as well. No one is doing that at the moment. Balmain great Benny Elias has long been a vocal supporter of fellow Tiger Farah and that hasn't waned with Farah's shift to Redfern.
Surprisingly, Elias said he would be content with Peats to move into the role this year but added he wouldn't change Farah from No. He got the chance last week, he showed us how complete of a footballer he is. He's only been back a couple of weeks but he's certainly a star in the making. I wouldn't be fazed whichever way Laurie went. Elias also had strong support for the man who had been keeping Farah on the Souths bench in Damien Cook.
He's tough, I like him, he's sharp, he's very complete when it comes to vision with football. Manly legend Max Krilich — captain of the Kangaroos 'Invincibles' and NSW hooker for five games in — said Farah is still the best choice. At least you know what Robbie's going to do. He played very well [last week], 80 minutes, that was a big effort.