11 places to watch State of Origin this Sunday
AS THE big game approaches this Sunday, league fans are chomping at the bit to see whether the Maroons will conquer the series or the Blues can seize redemption.
The big game will be kicking off at 7.40pm live on Channel Nine.
State of Origin is best watched with good company so here are the top spots in Warwick to enjoy game two.
The Malt House
The Malt House will be showing the big game on their big screen atop their unique rooftop bar and running a Corona merchandise giveaway for lucky league-heads.
The rissole will be celebrating the battle of the states in style with plenty of giveaways and prizes to be won and a selection of footy snacks available.
The team at Maryvale are encouraging fans to show their passion by dressing up in their team's colours for game day, they will also have chiko rolls available for half-time snacks.
Yangan Hotel Motel
For those further out of town, Yangan Hotel Motel will be providing free nibbles at half-time to avoid any 'hangry' tantrums and they are running a betting pool, which will carry on into game three.
Condamine Sports Club
Chow down on the surf and turf dinner special while watching the chaos unfold at the club.
Horse and Jockey Hotel Motel
It will be business as usual at the Horse and Jockey but they will have the game showing on the TV.
Sandy Creek Pub
The game will be showing on TV at the historic Sandy Creek Pub.
The Railway Hotel
For league fanatics in Allora, The Railway Hotel have a pizza night on Sundays for a great mid-game meal.
The Club Hotel
Clifton residents can head on down to The Club Hotel to get their taste of origin action and maybe the hotel's lunch menu.
O'Shanley's Irish Hotel & Restaurant
With a fireplace, O'Shanley's is a cosy option for fans at Clifton.
The Royal Hotel
With their traditional Sunday wood-fire pizzas, The Royal Hotel is the perfect place for Leyburn residents to catch game two.