QUEENSLAND skipper Cameron Smith says the prospect of dealing with Melbourne Storm team mate Josh Addo-Carr in an NSW shirt is a "scary thought".
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Addo-Carr scored twice in the storm's 50-10 demolition work on Warriors with the first attempt to ensure that Blues coach Brad Fittler takes
The 22-year-old winner was ankled lost and jumped out of defenders but still showed blister speed of 80 meters, and then Kiwi Test fullback Roger Tuivasa-Sheck stood to score.
"There are not many guys in the mate who could do that," said Smith.
"It's a beautiful special talent he has and if he gets the chance to play for Blues, it's a scary thought for Queensland."
"You did not want He can not see him get the ball in anybody form of open space … the ability to find points. "
Smith said that Addo-Carr had a few" loose ends "when he arrived in Melbourne last year from Western tigers but had worked hard to care into the club.
Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy said he could not remember seeing a try scored as Addo-Carr's first half bet.
"It was a hell of an attempt," said Bellamy.
"He got ankle tapped and pushed for balance and in order to recover his balance and then walk around Roger, it has been a long time since I have seen an attempt like that."
"His last three weeks have been excellent. "