1. Walker recalled, incumbent stars added as Freddy updates his Blues squad  Fox Sports
  2. Raiders, Rabbitohs players added to NSW State of Origin squad after NRL finals exit  Wide World of Sports
  3. NSW Blues Origin squad: Walker, Cook, Murray, Wighton, Cotric added  NRL.COM
  4. State of Origin 2021: Brad Fittler adds five more players to New South Wales squad  Sporting News AU
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A sensational back end of the season has earned South Sydney star Cody Walker a Blues recall.A sensational back end of the season has earned South Sydney star Cody Walker a Blues recall.

NRL 2020: State of Origin squad update, New South Wales Blues, Cody Walker, Jack Wighton, Damien Cook, Cameron Murray, Brad Fittler | Fox Sports

NSW coach Brad Fittler has added five more players to his 27-man Blues State of Origin squad after Canberra...As Raiders and Rabbitohs exit NRL finals

NRL news | NSW State of Origin squad, five more players added, Raiders and Rabbitohs

Cody Walker is a step closer to a Blues recall after he was one of five players announced as additions to the NSW squad for next month's State of Origin series. Cody Walker is a step closer to a Blues recall after he was one of five players announced as additions to the NSW squad for next month's State of Origin series.

NRL 2020: NSW Blues State of Origin squad, Cody Walker, Damien Cook, Cameron Murray, Jack Wighton, Nick Cotric added - NRL

Brad Fittler's latest additions were considered straightforward, leaving only seven spots left to be filled after the NRL grand final.Brad Fittler's latest additions were considered straightforward, leaving only seven spots left to be filled after the NRL grand final.

State of Origin 2021: Brad Fittler adds five more players to New South Wales squadState of Origin 2021: Brad Fittler adds five more players to New South Wales squad

State of Origin 2021: Brad Fittler adds five more players to New South Wales squad | Sporting News Australia

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