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State of Origin Results

State of Origin 2014 Results

Game 3

Queensland 32 defeated New South Wales 8

Queensland New South Wales
32 FINAL SCORE 8
5 TRIES 1
5/5 CONVERSION KICKS 1/1
1/1 PENALTY GOALS 1/1

First try scorer: Cameron Smith, New South Wales
Last try scorer: Cooper Cronk, New South Wales

Important moments: 
New South Wales took the lead in 20th minute with Trent Hodkinson penalty goal
Queensland claimed the lead in the 30th minute through a Cameron Smith try.

Crowd: 50,155

Top scorers:

Queensland Johnathan Thurston- 12pts (4G)
New South Wales: Trent Hodkinson – 4pts (2G)

State of Origin Game 3 Doubles:
Home 9, Away 3

Queensland vs New South Wales Game 2 live scores, blog, highlights

Game 3

New South Wales 6 defeated Queensland 4

New South Wales Queensland
6 FINAL SCORE 4
1 TRIES 0
1/1 CONVERSION KICKS 0/0
0/0 PENALTY GOALS 2/2

First try scorer: Trent Hodkinson, New South Wales
Last try scorer: Trent Hodkinson, New South Wales

Important moments:
Queensland took the lead in 10th minute with Johnathan Thurston penalty goal
New South Wales claimed the lead in the 72nd minute through a Trent Hodkinson try and conversion.

Crowd: 83,421

Greg Inglis puts a big fend on Josh Reynolds (Photo: AAP)

Greg Inglis puts a big fend on Josh Reynolds (Photo: AAP)

Top scorers:
New South Wales: Trent Hodkinson – 6pts (1 T, 1G)
Queensland: Johnathan Thurston – 4pts (2G)

State of Origin Game 2 Doubles:
Home 7

2014 State of Origin Game 1 – Queensland vs New South Wales live scores, blog

New South Wales 12 defeated Queensland 8

Queensland New South Wales
8 FINAL SCORE 12
2 TRIES 2
0/2 CONVERSION KICKS 0/2
0/0 PENALTY GOALS 2/2

First try scorer: Darius Boyd, Queensland
Last try scorer: Darius Boyd, Queensland

Important moments:
Queensland took the lead in the 5th minute with Darius Boyd try.
New South Wales claimed the lead in the 25th minute through a Trent Hodkinson penalty goal.
Brett Morris stops Darius Boyd from scoring in the 74th minute with the scores at 12-8

Crowd: 52,111

Top scorers:
New South Wales: Trent Hodkinson – 4pts (2G)
Queensland: Darius Boyd – 8pts (2T)

State of Origin Game 1 Doubles:
Home 2 / Away 2

State of Origin 2013 Results

2013 State of Origin Game 3 – NSW vs Queensland live scores, blog

Queensland 12 defeated New South Wales 10
New South Wales Queensland
10 FINAL SCORE 12
2 TRIES 2
1/2 CONVERSION KICKS 1/2
0/0 PENALTY GOALS 1/1
0/0 FIELD GOAL 0/0

Top scorers:
New South Wales – James McManus 4pts (1T 0G)
Queensland – Johnathan Thurston 8pts (1T 2G)

Important moments:
Queensland took the lead at the 12 min. mark 1st half
James Maloney (NSW) scored at the 71 min. mark 2nd half

Crowd: 83,813

State of Origin Game 3 Doubles:
Away 7 / Home 5

Origin Game 2 full-time result: QLD: 26 – NSW 6
QLD | NSW
26 FINAL SCORE 6
4 TRIES 1
3/4 CONVERSION KICKS 1/1
2/2 PENALTY GOALS 0/0
0/0 FIELD GOAL 0/0

Top scorers:
Queensland – Johnathan Thurston 10pts (0T 5G)
New South Wales – Brett Morris 4pts (1T 0G)

Queensland took the lead at the 2 min. mark 1st half

Crowd: 51,690

State of Origin Game 2 Doubles:
Home 12 / Home 2

» 2013 State of Origin Game 2 – Queensland vs NSW live scores, blog
» State of Origin 2013 Game 2 – Four players sinbinned after brawl [VIDEO]

Origin Game 1 full-time result: NSW: 14 – QLD 6
NSW | QLD
2 TRIES 1
2/2 CONVERSION KICKS 1/1
1/2 PENALTY GOALS 0/0
0/1 FIELD GOAL 0/0

Top scorers:
New South Wales – James Maloney 6pts (0T 3G)
Queensland – Darius Boyd 4pts (1T 0G)

New South Wales took the lead at the 4 min. mark 1st half

Man of the match: Luke Lewis
Crowd: 80,380 – surpassed the previous Game I record of 72,773 set in 2006.
Origin doubles for Game 1 2013: 1 (Jarryd Haynes – NSW) / 2 (Darius Boyd – QLD) – for those playing along.

» As the game unfolded: The Roar’s live blog on the match

Origin 1 2013 – Photo Gallery

NSW Blues' Paul Gallen runs the ball during Game I of the 2013 State of Origin | Maroons' Darius Boyd (right) is tackled by Blues' Blake Ferguson during Game I of the 2013 State of Origin

State of Origin 2012 Results

Origin Game 3 – result: QLD: 21 – NSW 20
3 TRIES 3
2/3 CONVERSION KICKS 3/3
2/2 PENALTY GOALS 1/1
1/2 FIELD GOAL 0/1

Top scorers:
Queensland – Jonathan Thurston 12pts (1T 4G)
New Sth Wales – Todd Carney 8pts (0T 4G)
Important moments:
Queensland took the lead at the 38 min. mark 2nd half
Cooper Cronk (QLD) scored at the 74 min. mark 2nd half

Referee: T Archer
Touch judges: R Turner & D Abood
» As the game unfolded: The Roar’s live blog on the match
» Key moments

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Origin Game 2 2012 – result: NSW 16 – QLD: 12

3 TRIES 2
1/3 CONVERSION KICKS 2/2
1/1 PENALTY GOALS 0/0
0/0 FIELD GOAL 0/0

Top scorers:

New Sth Wales – Brett Stewart 8pts (2T 0G)
Queensland – Jonathan Thurston 4pts (0T 2G)
Important moments:
Cooper Cronk sinbinned in the 42′ minute, NSW scored 12 points in his absence

Referee: T Archer
Touch judges: D Abood & R Turner

» As the game unfolded: our live blog on the match

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Origin Game 1 2012 – result: NSW 10 – QLD: 18

2 TRIES 3
1/2 CONVERSION KICKS 3/3
0/1 PENALTY GOALS 0/0
0/0 FIELD GOAL 0/0

Top scorers:
New Sth Wales – Akulia Uate 4pts (1T 0G)
Queensland – Darius Boyd 8pts (2T 0G)

Important moments:
Queensland took the lead at the 31 min. mark 1st half
Jonathan Thurston (QLD) scored at the 73 min. mark 2nd half

Referee: B Cummins
Touch judges: P Holland & J Younis

» As the game unfolded: our live blog on the match

Origin 1 – Photo Gallery

State of Origin 2012 Game 1 State of Origin One State of Origin 1 fight 2012 Darius Boyd scores for QLD in Origin 1

State of Origin 2011 Results

- State of Origin Game 3 result: Queensland 34-24 NSW (Queensland win series 2-1)

Read a match report a game three here.

- State of Origin Game 2 result: New South Wales 18 – Queensland 8 (NSW Blues won game 2).

Follow the live blog and scores of Game 2 | Read a match report and Origin 2 results article.

- State of Origin Game 1 result: Queensland 16 – New South Wales 12 (Queensland won game 1).

State of Origin 2010 Results

Game 1: Queensland Maroons 28 defeated New South Wales Blues 24

Game 2: Queensland Maroons 34 defeated New South Wales Blues 6

Game 3: Queensland Maroons 23 defeated New South Wales Blues 18

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NSWRL boss hails Blues coach Daley

by , 11 Jul 2014

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