BLUES v MAROONS no 2??
Who will win this one and how funny was Wally's statue, he thought so too. Love Wally but go the BLUES!!!
Answer to your Question!!!
ROFLE to the statue of Wally!
GO THE BLUES!!
AND GOOD ON YA WALLY FOR TAKING IT SO WELL!
Games Played: 296
NSW: 197 wins - Queensland: 90 wins - Draws 10
Series Wins: NSW 60 / QLD 21 / Drawn 7
Extra game is 1987 non-series match played in USA
1908 series comprised only 2 matches, not 3 as previously accepted
Biggest Win by NSW: NSW 69 d. QLD 5, Sydney, 4 June, 1957
Biggest Win by Qld: QLD 38 d. NSW 0, Brisbane, 3 July 1926
Highest Score by NSW: NSW 69 d. QLD 5, Sydney, 4 June, 1957
Highest Score by Qld: QLD 40 d. NSW 14, Brisbane, 1 July 2001
Highest Scoring Match: 74 points
3.6.1911 NSW 65 QLD 9 / 1.6.1912 NSW 65 QLD 9 / 4.6.1957 NSW 69 QLD 5
Lowest Scoring Match: 2 points, 15.5.1995 QLD 2 NSW 0
Highest Crowd (Match): 88,336 at Stadium Australia, Sydney - June 9, 1999
Most Appearances for QLD: 38 Mal Meninga, 35 Les Heidke, Wally Lewis,
34 Allan Langer, Mick Madsen, 33 Herb Steinohrt, 31 Brian Davies
Most Appearances for NSW: 33 Graeme Langlands, 32 Wally Prigg,
31 Brad Fittler, 30 Ray Stehr, 29 Joe Pearce
Most Points for QLD: 188 Mal Meninga
Most Points for NSW: 173 Michael Cronin
Most Tries for QLD: 20 Eddie Collins
Most Tries for NSW: 30 Ken Irvine
Most Goals for QLD: 78 Mal Meninga
Most Goals for NSW: 77 Les Johns
Most Tries (Match) NSW: 6 Sid Goodwin 12 June 1939, Sydney
Most Tries (Match) QLD: 4 Alan Smith, 5 June 1979, Sydney
Most Goals (Match) NSW: 15 Greg Hawick, 4 June 1956, Sydney
Most Goals (Match) QLD: 12 Dan O'Connor, 20 July 1940, Brisbane
Most Points (Match) NSW: 32 Dally Messenger (1911) & Ryan Girdler (2000)
Most Points (Match) QLD: 24 Dan O'Connor (1940)
Most Consecutive Wins NSW: 22 (1908-21)
Most Consecutive Wins QLD: 8 (1922-25)
Most Consecutive Series Wins NSW: 20 (1962-81)
Most Consecutive Series Wins QLD: 5 (1922 - 1926)
And the last 3 meetings at Suncorp Stadium are as follows:
2005 Game 3 (Lang Park, 6 July 2005)
NSW 32 (Matt King 3, Braith Anasta, Mark Gasnier, Timana Tahu tries;
Andrew Johns 3, Craig Fitzgibbon goals)
d. QUEENSLAND 10 (Johnathan Thurston, Matthew Bowen tries, Cameron Smith goal)
Crowd: 52,436 Referee: Paul Simpkins (NSW) Man of the Match: Anthony Minichiello (NSW)
2005 Game 1 (Lang Park, 25 May 2005)
QLD 24 (Ty Williams, Michael Crocker, Matt Bowen tries; Cameron Smith 5 goals;
Darren Lockyer, Johnathan Thurston field goals)
d. NSW 20 (Luke Rooney, Mark Gasnier, Craig Fitzgibbon, Danny Buderus tries;
Craig Fitzgibbon 2 goals)
[Scores level 20-all at fulltime / Game extended 3 min.s 20 sec.s]
Crowd: 52,484 Referee: Paul Simpkins (NSW) Man of the Match: Steve Price (QLD)
2004 Game 2 (Lang Park, 16 June 2004)
QLD 22 (Billy Slater 2, Willie Tonga, Dane Carlaw tries; Cameron Smith 2, Scott Prince goals)
d. NSW 18 (Timana Tahu 2, Luke Rooney tries; Craig Fitzgibbon 3 goals)
Crowd: 52,478 Referee: Sean Hampstead (NSW) Man of the Match: Billy Slater (QLD)
When looking at the stats I belive that NSW will overcome the Suncorp Hoodoo and win not just the match but the series
League the gentlemans game played by thugs.
Think of all the poor cows that die each day just to make footballs.
You make me sick. You support violence and animal slaughter.
2. For the first guy- WE'RE TALKING ABOUT STATE OF ORIGIN! NOT INTERSTATE! But nice set of facts though!
Even though I am a Blues supporter like I said , I feel the Maroons will win the second game and the Blues will come back and win the third.
Good on you for being a Rugby League Supporter
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