Reece Walsh won’t be making his Queensland debut on Sunday night after injuring a hamstring.

Warriors rookie star Reece Walsh wont make his debut in State of Origin II after being ruled out with a hamstring injury.
Media reported that the 18-year-old fullback failed to finish the captains run training session on Saturday with his Queensland side and was later ruled out of the side, when he was set to make his Origin debut against New South Wales on Sunday night.
Valentine Holmes will replace Walsh at fullback, with Sharks winger Ronaldo Mulitalo now becoming an Origin debutant.
Reece Walsh was unable to finish training on Saturday with Queensland ahead of Sunday’s State of Origin.
Queensland Maroons player Reece Walsh has been ruled out of tomorrow night’s State of Origin match after suffering a low grade hamstring strain, a media release from the Queensland side said.
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Walsh needed treatment during the captain’s run at Suncorp Stadium and will unfortunately not be able to make his debut for the Maroons.
Reece did most of the captains run, but he pulled up a bit earlier, Queensland coach Paul Green told News Corp earlier on Saturday.
Reece Walsh speaks with Queensland captain Daly Cherry-Evans.
His leg was a bit tight so we didnt want to risk him.
The Maroons lost the opening game of the series 50-6.