A large section of the fans at ANZ Stadium were putrid. A 10 for the determined dazzling Blued. A public lashing for the scum that booed and jeered throughout the playing of the Last Post on Remembrance Day. Read: Registrations for Hill Top Cricket Club's Master Blaster program now open Read Further: The Prenter Report returns and talks Queensland's comeback victory over NSW Read More: Bowral Bowling Club's ladies bowling hard as the year winds down I would ban these un-Australians for life. A 34-10 victory was about as comprehensive as it can get. Discipline was the key. It took 74-minutes before Fittler's flock dropped a ball. Easy to heap praise on NSW. Fittler a man of his convictions. He stuck with Nathan Cleary who went from strength to strength. He reminded his team that there is no more demanding football assignment than State of Origin. I want to single out right winger Josh Addo-Carr and fullback James Tedesco. Due to my longevity I have seen the best wingers the game has produced. I rank Ken Irvine and Eric Grothe as my top two. Ado-Carr comes in at number three. The Boy from Blacktown oozes quality. There has only been a handful of fullbacks who have cut the mustard at fullback. Clive Churchill at Souths and Keith Barnes at Balmain. Tedesco joins them. What an exceptional footballer! Leads the way like no other in the modern game. Back to Cleary. You can take away the query from Cleary. He proved himself the real deal on a ground that only a few weeks ago was his graveyard. Did you know the Southern Highland News is now offering breaking news alerts and a weekly email newsletter? Keep up-to-date with all the local news: sign up below.