Posts Tagged "Queensland Maroons"
In the week or so that has passed since NSW were granted field level seats to witness Queensland put on a rugby league clinic at Suncorp Stadium, an awful lot has been said about just how incredible this Queensland side are.
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The State of Origin concept is a very simple yet successful formula. However, for many years, each time the series approaches many people have doubted whether it can continue to be so successful.
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There is now no doubt that State Of Origin belongs to Queensland.
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No, really, I’m fine. Just because I continue discussing the subject as I rock back and forth in the corner crying out for mother, I am totally at ease with last Wednesday’s State of Origin thumping at the hands of Queensland.
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As some states more than others can attest, the elevated stage of State of Origin can be a crude and judgmental wench, and Wednesday night proved again she cares not for sentiment or repute. She makes or breaks, but who has she made or broken in 2015?
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The news doesn’t get any better for St George Illawarra, with powerful forward Trent Merrin to miss the next month for his part in a lifting tackle in NSW’s State of Origin capitulation.
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Has there ever been a more complete performance by any representative team? I think not. Wow. Simply wow.
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As the dust settles from this year’s State of Origin, NSW will travel back home thinking, ‘what happened there? We didn’t expect that’.
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Corey Parker has been cleared by the NRL of biting Paul Gallen during the State of Origin decider with the NSW captain also saying there was nothing in the incident.
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So State of Origin 2015, the 35th iteration of the great encounter, has come to an end and it was a total fizzer.
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The Queensland Maroons have won the 2015 State of Origin series after defeating the New South Wales Blues 52-6 at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Wednesday night.
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If there was ever any doubt, Queensland again illustrated what a great State of Origin side they were in thrashing NSW 52-6 in the interstate series decider on Wednesday night at Suncorp Stadium.
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Looking to debate all the ins and outs of Queensland’s win in the 2015 State of Origin decider? Here are player ratings for the Maroons and NSW Blues, so fire away!
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The Queensland Maroons secured the biggest win in the history of State of Origin in Game 3 on Wednesday night as they racked up an imposing 52-6 scoreline against the Blues.
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Queensland tore up the record books to smash New South Wales in 2015 State of Origin Game 3, destroying the Blues by 46 points, the largest ever margin in an Origin game.
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In his 33rd consecutive appearance at State of Origin level for the Queensland Maroons, Johnathan Thurston added another line to his extensive resume, breaking the record for the most goals kicked in a single Origin match.
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The 2015 State of Origin decider first-half has been dominated by a brilliant Queensland display of attacking football, leading 22-2 at the break over a stunned New South Wales.
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The first try of Game 3 of the 2015 State of Origin series was scored by Dane Gagai of the Queensland Maroons in the 15th minute of the match.
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Match Result: The Queensland Maroons have brought up an Origin point scoring record this evening along with a half century of points with a dominating performance to win the deciding match of the 2015 State of Origin Series by 46 points over the New South Wales Blues.
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The third and final game of the 2015 State of Origin series will be played at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, with a scheduled kick-off time of 8pm (AEST).
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