2016 State of Origin Results

As soon as the matches in the 2016 State of Origin series are complete, we will post complete results here.

STATE OF ORIGIN LIVE SCORES

For The Roar‘s full coverage of the 2016 State of Origin series go here.

State of Origin 2016 results

Game 3

Queensland may have wrapped up the series with a 26-6 win at Suncorp Stadium, but NSW won Game 3 18-14 in a cracking contest.

NSW Queensland
18 FINAL SCORE 14
3 TRIES 3
3/3 CONVERSION KICKS 1/3
0/0 PENALTY GOALS 0/0
0/0 FIELD GOALS 0/0

First try scorer: Greg Inglis, Queensland
Last try scorer: Michael Jennings, NSW

Important moments: 
Queensland took the lead after 3 minutes.
NSW took the lead after 18 minutes.
Queensland took the lead in the 74th minute.
NSW took the lead on the final play of the game

ORIGIN GAME 3: RE-LIVE THE ACTION

FULL MATCH REPORT: ORIGIN GAME 2

Crowd: 61,267

State of Origin Game 1 Doubles: QLD 3, NSW 13
Queensland: Greg Inglis – 4pts (1T)
New South Wales: Andrew Fifita – 4pts (1T)

More from Origin Game 3
» Game 3:NSW get one back
» Re-live the action with our live blog

Game 2

Queensland have wrapped up the series with a 26-6 win at Suncorp Stadium.

Queensland NSW
26 FINAL SCORE 16
4 TRIES 2
3/4 CONVERSION KICKS 2/2
2/2 PENALTY GOALS 2/2
0/0 FIELD GOALS 0/0

First try scorer: Dane Gagai, Queensland
Last try scorer: Corey Oates, Queensland

Important moments: 
Queensland took the lead after 3 minutes.
NSW took the lead after 14 minutes.
Queensland took the lead in the 23rd minute.

ORIGIN GAME 2: RE-LIVE THE ACTION

FULL MATCH REPORT: ORIGIN GAME 2

Crowd: TBC

State of Origin Game 1 Doubles: QLD 5, NSW 15
Queensland: Dane Gagai – 12pts (3T)
New South Wales: Tyson Frizell – 4pts (1T)

More from Origin Game 2
» Game 2: Queensland seal the series
» Re-live the action with our live blog
» Origin 2 in pictures

Game 1

New South Wales

NSW Queensland
4 FINAL SCORE 6
1 TRIES 1
0/1 CONVERSION KICKS 0/1
0/0 PENALTY GOALS 1/1
0/0 FIELD GOALS 0/0

First try scorer: Boyd Cordner, NSW
Last try scorer: Dane Gagai, Queensland

Important moments: 
Queensland took the lead in the 15th minute.NSW took the lead after 3 minutes.
NSW took the lead after 25 minutes.
Queensland took the lead in the in the 37th minute.

ORIGIN GAME 1: RE-LIVE THE ACTION

FULL MATCH REPORT: ORIGIN GAME 1

Crowd: 80,251

State of Origin Game 1 Doubles:
Queensland: Dane Gagai – 4pts (1T)
New South Wales: Boyd Cordner (1T)

2015 series

State of Origin Game 3 Doubles:
NSW 11, Queensland 5

State of Origin 2015 results

Game 3

Queensland beat New South Wales

Queensland NSW
52 FINAL SCORE 6
8 TRIES 3
9/9 CONVERSION KICKS 0/1
1/1 PENALTY GOALS 1/1
0/0 FIELD GOALS 0/0

First try scorer: Dane Gagai, Queensland
Last try scorer: Aidan Guerra, Queensland

Important moments: 
NSW took the lead after 3 minutes.
Queensland drew level in the 7th minute.
Queensland took the lead in the 10th minute

STATE OF ORIGIN LIVE SCORES – GAME 3

Crowd: 52,500

Queensland: Johnathan Thurston – 18pts (9G)
New South Wales: Michael Jennings (1T)

State of Origin Game 3 Doubles:
NSW 3, Queensland 5

Game 2

New South Wales beat Queensland

New South Wales Queensland
26 FINAL SCORE 18
4 TRIES 3
4/4 CONVERSION KICKS 2/3
1/1 PENALTY GOALS 1/1
0/0 FIELD GOALS 0/0

First try scorer: Cooper Cronk, Queensland
Last try scorer: Will Chambers, Queensland

Important moments: 
NSW took the lead after 5 minutes.
Queensland drew level in the 12th minute.
NSW retook the lead after 27 minutes.
Maroons took the lead early in the second half.
NSW took the lead after 62 minutes.

STATE OF ORIGIN LIVE SCORES – GAME 2

Crowd: 91,514 (Origin record)

Game 1

New South Wales lost to Queensland

New South Wales Queensland
10 FINAL SCORE 11
2 TRIES 2
1/2 CONVERSION KICKS 1/2
0/0 PENALTY GOALS 0/0
0/1 FIELD GOALS 1/1

State of Origin 1 match report – Queensland win 11-10

First try scorer: Cooper Cronk, Queensland
Last try scorer: Will Chambers, Queensland

Important moments: 
Cooper Cronk scored the first try in the 14th minute, to give Queensland the lead.
NSW retook the lead with a Beau Scott try in the 30th minute.
Queensland levelled the game at 10-all with 25 minutes to play.
Cooper Cronk kicked a field goal in the 74th minute for Queensland to take the lead.

Crowd: 80,112

Farrah-Smith Robbie Farah of the Blues is tackled by Cameron Smith(AAP Image/Dean Lewins)

Top scorers:

Queensland Darius Boyd, Will Chambers – 4pts (1T)
New South Wales: Josh Morris, Beau Scott – 4pts, (1T)

State of Origin Game 1 Doubles:
Away 7, Home 3

The Roar’s live blog of Game 1:
2015 State of Origin live scores – Game 1

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

Top scorers:
Queensland – Johnathan Thurston 10pts (0T 5G)
New South Wales – Brett Morris 4pts (1T 0G)
Crowd: 51,690

» 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

Top scorers:
New South Wales – James Maloney 6pts (0T 3G)
Queensland – Darius Boyd 4pts (1T 0G)
Man of the match: Luke Lewis
Crowd: 80,380 – surpassed the previous Game I record of 72,773 set in 2006.

» 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

Top scorers:
Queensland – Jonathan Thurston 12pts (1T 4G)
New Sth Wales – Todd Carney 8pts (0T 4G)
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
Top scorers:
New South 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

State of Origin Articles

Next New South Wales Blues skipper will know ahead of time

by , 17 Aug 2016

Coach Laurie Daley says the next NSW State of Origin captain will be told a month or two before the 2017 series so he can be fully prepared.

Not soft: Modern rugby league players are as courageous as they ever were

Not soft: Modern rugby league players are as courageous as they ever were

by , 4 Aug 2016

Rugby league players consistently perform unbelievably athletic feats on the field. Whether that be fearlessly launching themselves at defensive lines or soaring through the air to score a try in the corner; stretching out an arm from what appears to be the first row of seats.

My neck is on the chopping block: Daley

by , 29 Jul 2016

Laurie Daley is undecided as to whether he wants to coach NSW beyond 2017, but accepts the choice will be made for him if he can’t lead the Blues to State of Origin success next year.

The case for an AFL All-Star Game

The case for an AFL All-Star Game

by , 28 Jul 2016

State of Origin is dead, buried and cremated in the AFL, and for good reason. But that doesn’t mean representative football as a concept should be.

State of Origin in Perth makes zero sense

State of Origin in Perth makes zero sense

by , 25 Jul 2016

If what has been reported is true and the NRL takes a State of Origin match to Perth in 2019, then they should explain to rugby league fans the merit of taking one of rugby league’s showpieces away from Sydney and Brisbane to a city where there isn’t an NRL team.

Woodsy’s Origin celebration fail will never be forgotten

Woodsy’s Origin celebration fail will never be forgotten

by , 20 Jul 2016

Aaron Woods knows he will probably never live down his comical post-try celebration fail in NSW’s State of Origin III victory.

CRAIG WING: New South Wales need execution to match their energy

CRAIG WING: New South Wales need execution to match their energy

by , 20 Jul 2016

I loved the way the Blues entered Origin 3 at ANZ Stadium, wanting to throw the ball around.

No special treatment for banned Maroons youngsters

by , 19 Jul 2016

Their ban may have been lifted but Queensland’s misbehaving Emerging Maroons won’t find it any easier to earn State of Origin selection next year.

The future of NSW Origin

The future of NSW Origin

by , 19 Jul 2016

As a proud Queenslander, I have attempted to look into NSW’s Origin side in the years to come. It’s open to discussion, so leave a comment down below about any changes you’d make.

It’s all Gal’s fault: QRL boss blames Blues skipper for bad blood

by , 18 Jul 2016

Blame Paul Gallen’s NSW captaincy for State of Origin tensions reaching a new low, Queensland Rugby League boss Peter Betros says.


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