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Origin representatives - Addo-Carr, Munster, Chambers and Kaufusi

Four Melbourne Storm players will represent their respective states during this year's State of Origin series.

Josh Addo-Carr will be the club's only representative for the Blues in his second Origin series, while Cameron Munster, Felise Kaufusi and Will Chambers will play side by side for the Maroons.

Josh Addo-Carr (Blacktown, NSW)

Foxx helped NSW win its first State of Origin series in four years in 2018, scoring two tries in the Blues two wins.

The fastest player in the NRL, there was little doubt he would be selected given his pace and elite finishing ability.

Cameron Munster (Rockhampton, QLD)

Munny made his Queensland debut in Origin III in 2017 and the talented five-eighth has been selected to represent the Maroons in every match since.

Outright favourite to take home this year's Dally M Medal, he will carry plenty of expectation this series but is set to deliver if his sensational form at club level is anything to go by. 

Felise Kaufusi (Auckland, NZ)

Kaufusi lined up in three Origin games for Queensland last year and his consistent form this season has earned him another stint in the Maroons jersey.

His tackling efficiency is at 92% and he is averaging 101 metres per game.

He has moved from his favoured right edge, where he plays for Storm, to the left edge where he will play outside Munster.

Will Chambers (Gove, NT)

Chambers played his first game for Queensland in Origin III in 2014 and went on to play in all three Origin games the following year.

Arguably one of the best centres in the game, he has been selected for six consecutive Origin matches (now seven) since Origin I in 2017.

He will be eager to prove himself after struggling in his one-on-one battle with Latrell Mitchell during the last series.

Acknowledgement of Country

Melbourne Storm respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.