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1980 One-off Game

1980 Game One (Lang Park, 8 July 1980) 
Queensland Maroons 20 (Kerry Boustead, Chris Close tries; Mal Meninga 7 goals) def NSW Blues 10 (Greg Brentnall, Tommy Raudonikis tries; Mick Cronin 2 goals) 
Crowd: 33,210 Referee: Billy Thompson (Great Britain) Man of the Match: Chris Close (QLD)

1981 One-off Game

1981 Game One (Lang Park, 28 July 1981) 
Queensland Maroons 22 (Brad Backer, Chris Close, Wally Lewis, Mal Meninga tries; Mal Meninga 5 goals) def NSW Blues 15 (Eric Grothe 2, Mick Cronin tries; Mick Cronin 3 goals) 
Crowd: 25,613 Referee: Kevin Steele (New Zealand) Man of the Match: Chris Close (QLD)

1982 Series

1982 Game One (Lang Park, 1 June 1982) 
NSW Blues 20 (Ziggy Niszczot 2, Steve Mortimer, Brad Izzard tries; Mick Cronin 4 goals) def Queensland Maroons 16 (John Ribot, Mitch Brennan tries; Mal Meninga 5 goals) 
Crowd: 27,326 Referee: Kevin Roberts (NSW) Man of the Match: Mal Meninga (QLD)

1982 Game Two (Lang Park, 8 June 1982) 
Queensland Maroons 11 (John Ribot, Gene Miles, Paul Vautin tries; Colin Scott goal) def NSW Blues 7 (Brad Izzard try; Tony Melrose 2 goals) 
Crowd: 19,435 Referee: Barry Gommerall (QLD) Man of the Match: Rod Morris (QLD)

1982 Game Three (SCG, 22 June 1982) 
Queensland Maroons 10 (Rohan Hancock, Wally Lewis tries; Mal Meninga 2 goals) def NSW Blues 5 (Phillip Duke try; Mick Cronin goal) 
Crowd: 20,242 Referee: Don Wilson (NZ) Man of the Match: Wally Lewis (QLD)

1983 Series

1983 Game One (Lang Park, 7 June 1983) 
Queensland Maroons 24 (Wally Lewis 2, Mark Murray tries; Mal Meninga 6 goals) def NSW Blues 12 (Eric Grothe, Steve Ella tries; Phil Sigsworth 2 goals) 
Crowd: 29,412 Referee: Barry Gommerall (QLD) Man of the Match: Wally Lewis (QLD)

1983 Game Two (SCG, 21 June 1983) 
NSW Blues 10 (Neil Hunt, Steve Ella tries; Mick Cronin goal) def Queensland Maroons 6 (Mal Meninga try; Mal Meninga goal) 
Crowd: 21,620 Referee: John Gocher (NSW) Man of the Match: Peter Sterling (NSW)

1983 Game Three (Lang Park, 28 June 1983) 
Queensland Maroons 43 (Mitch Brennan, Gene Miles, Steve Stacey, Bryan Niebling, Dave Brown, Greg Conescu tries; Mal Meninga 6, Colin Scott goals; Wally Lewis field goal) def NSW Blues 22 (Chris Anderson 3, Steve Mortimer tries; Mick Cronin 3 goals) 
Crowd: 26,084 Referee: Robin Whitfield (GB) Man of the Match: Wally Lewis (QLD)

1984 Series 

1984 Game One (Lang Park, 29 May 1984) 
Queensland Maroons 29 (Kerry Boustead 3, Paul Vautin, Wally Lewis, Gene Miles tries; Mal Meninga 2 goals; Wally Lewis field goal) def NSW Blues 12 (Noel Cleal try; Ross Conlon 2 goals) 
Crowd: 33,662 Referee: Kevin Roberts (NSW) Man of the Match: Wally Lewis (QLD)

1984 Game Two (SCG, 19 June 1984) 
Queensland Maroons 14 (Greg Dowling, Gene Miles tries; Mal Meninga 3 goals) def NSW Blues 2 (Ross Conlon goal) 
Crowd: 29,088 Referee: Barry Gomersall (QLD) Man of the Match: Wally Lewis (QLD)

1984 Game Three (Lang Park, 17 July 1984) 
NSW Blues 22 (Brian Johnston 2, Noel Cleal tries; Ross Conlon 5 goals) def Queensland Maroons 12 (Kerry Boustead, Bob Lindner tries; Mal Meninga 2 goals) 
Crowd: 16,559 Referee: Kevin Roberts (NSW) Man of the Match: Steve Mortimer (NSW)

1985 Series 

1985 Game One (Lang Park, 28 May 1985) 
NSW Blues 18 (Michael O'Connor 2 tries; Michael O’Connor 5 goals) def Queensland Maroons 2 (Mal Meninga goal) 
Crowd: 33,011 Referee: Kevin Roberts (NSW) Man of the Match: Peter Wynn (NSW)

1985 Game Two (SCG, 11 June 1985) 
NSW Blues 21 (Brett Kenny, Chris Mortimer, Ben Elias tries; Michael O'Connor 4 goals; Michael O’Connor field goal) def Queensland Maroons 14 (Bob Lindner, Ian French tries; Mal Meninga 3 goals) 
Crowd: 39,068 Referee: Barry Gomersall (QLD) Man of the Match: Wally Lewis (QLD)

1985 Game Three (Lang Park, 23 July 1985) 
Queensland Maroons 20 (Dale Shearer 2, Ian French, John Ribot tries; Mal Meninga 2 goals) def NSW Blues 6 (Steve Ella try; Michael O'Connor goal) 
Crowd: 18,825 Referee: Barry Gomersall (QLD) Man of the Match: Wally Fullerton-Smith (QLD)

1986 Series 

1986 Game One (Lang Park, 27 May 1986) 
NSW Blues 22 (Chris Mortimer, Garry Jack, Royce Simmons, Andrew Farrar tries; Michael O'Connor 3 goals) def Queensland Maroons 16 (Gene Miles, Greg Dowling tries; Mal Meninga 4 goals) 
Crowd: 33,066 Referee: Kevin Roberts (NSW) Man of the Match: Royce Simmons (NSW)

1986 Game Two (SCG, 10 June 1986) 
NSW Blues 24 (Brett Kenny, Andrew Farrar, Noel Cleal, Michael O'Connor, Wayne Pearce tries; Michael O'Connor 2 goals) def Queensland Maroons 20 (Bob Lindner, Les Kiss, Dale Shearer, Ian French tries; Mal Meninga 2 goals) 
Crowd: 40,707 Referee: Barry Gomersall (QLD) Man of the Match: Peter Sterling (NSW)

1986 Game Three (Lang Park, 1 July 1986) 
NSW Blues 18 (Michael O'Connor, Wayne Pearce, Peter Tunks tries; Michael O'Connor 3 goals) def Queensland Maroons 16 (Dale Shearer, Les Kiss, Gary Belcher, Greg Conescu tries) 
Crowd: 21,097 Referee: Kevin Roberts (NSW) Man of the Match: Brett Kenny (NSW)

1987 Series 

1987 Game One (Lang Park, 2 June 1987) 
NSW Blues 20 (Michael O'Connor 2, Mark McGaw, Les Davidson tries; Michael O'Connor 2 goals) def Queensland Maroons 16 (Dale Shearer, Tony Currie, Greg Dowling tries; Peter Jackson, Gary Belcher goals) 
Crowd: 33,411 Referee: Mick Stone (NSW) Man of the Match: Les Davidson (NSW)

1987 Game Two (SCG, 16 June 1987) 
Queensland Maroons 12 (Colin Scott, Greg Dowling, Dale Shearer tries) def NSW Blues 6 (Andrew Farrar try; Michael O'Connor goal) 
Crowd: 42,048 Referee: Barry Gomersall (QLD) Man of the Match: Peter Sterling (NSW)

1987 Game Three (Lang Park, 15 July 1987) 
Queensland Maroons 10 (Bob Lindner, Dale Shearer tries; Dale Shearer goal) def NSW Blues 8 (David Boyle try; Michael O'Connor 2 goals) 
Crowd: 32,602 Referee: Barry Gomersall (QLD) Man of the Match: Allan Langer (QLD)

1987 Game Four – Exhibition Match (California, USA, 6 August 1987) 
NSW Blues 30 (Andrew Ettingshausen, Mark McGaw, Michael O'Connor, Cliff Lyons, Jonathan Docking tries; Michael O'Connor 5 goals) def Queensland Maroons 18 (Tony Currie, Gene Miles, Dale Shearer tries; Dale Shearer 3 goals) 
Crowd: 12,349 Referee: Mick Stone (NSW) Man of the Match: Peter Sterling (NSW)

1988 Series 

1988 Game One (Sydney Football Stadium, 17 May 1988) 
Queensland Maroons 26 (Allan Langer 2, Gary Belcher, Peter Jackson, Alan Mcindoe tries: Gary Belcher 3 goals) def NSW Blues 18 (Michael O'Connor, Mark McGaw, Andrew Ettingshausen tries; Michael O'Connor 3 goals) 
Crowd: 26,441 Referee: Barry Gomersall (QLD) Man of the Match: Allan Langer (QLD)

1988 Game Two (Lang Park, 31 May 1988) 
Queensland Maroons 16 (Sam Backo, Allan Langer tries; Gary Belcher 4 goals) def NSW Blues 6 (Michael O'Connor try; Michael O’Connor goal) 
Crowd: 31,817 Referee: Mick Stone (NSW) Man of the Match: Sam Backo (QLD)

1988 Game Three (Sydney Football Stadium, 21 June 1988) 
Queensland Maroons 38 (Sam Backo 2, Brett French, Joe Kilroy, Wally Lewis, Allan Langer, Gary Belcher tries; Gary Belcher 5 goals) def NSW Blues 22 (John Ferguson, Michael O'Connor, Wayne Pearce, Steve Hanson tries; Michael O'Connor 3 goals) 
Crowd: 16,910 Referee: Greg McCallum (NSW) Man of the Match: Sam Backo (QLD)

1989 Series 

1989 Game One (Lang Park, 23 May 1989) 
Queensland Maroons 36 (Mal Meninga 2, Michael Hancock 2, Alan Mclndoe, Allan Langer, Bob Lindner; Mal Meninga 4 goals) def NSW Blues 6 (Andrew Ettingshausen try; Laurie Daley goal) 
Crowd: 33,088 Referee: Mick Stone (NSW) Man of the Match: Martin Bella (QLD)

1989 Game Two (Sydney Football Stadium, 14 June 1989) 
Queensland Maroons 16 (Michael Hancock, Kerrod Walters, Wally Lewis tries; Mal Meninga, Gary Belcher goals) def NSW Blues 12 (Laurie Daley, Chris Johns tries; Greg Alexander 2 goals) 
Crowd: 40,000 Referee: David Manson (QLD) Man of the Match: Wally Lewis (QLD)

1989 Game Three (Lang Park, 28 June 1989) 
Queensland Maroons 36 (Dale Shearer 2, Alan Mclndoe, Michael Hancock, Tony Currie, Kerrod Walters, Gary Belcher tries; Dale Shearer 4 goals) def NSW Blues 16 (Des Hasler, David Trewhella, Bruce McGuire tries; Michael O'Connor 2 goals) 
Crowd: 33,268 Referee: Greg McCallum (NSW) Man of the Match: Kerrod Walters (QLD)

1990 Series 

1990 Game One (Sydney Football Stadium, 9 May 1990) 
NSW Blues 8 (Mark McGaw try; Michael O'Connor 2 goals) def Queensland Maroons 0 
Crowd: 41,235 Referee: David Manson (QLD) Man of the Match: Benny Elias (NSW)

1990 Game Two (Olympic Park, Melbourne, 30 May 1990) 
NSW Blues 12 (Ricky Stuart, Brad Mackay tries; Rod Wishart 2 goals) def Queensland Maroons 6 (Les Kiss try; Mal Meninga goal) 
Crowd: 25,800 Referee: Greg McCallum (NSW) Man of the Match: Ricky Stuart (NSW)

1990 Game Three (Lang Park, 13 June 1990) 
Queensland Maroons 14 (Gary Belcher, Steve Jackson tries: Gary Belcher 2, Wally Lewis goals) def NSW Blues 10 (Glenn Lazarus, Mark McGaw tries; Rod Wishart goal) 
Crowd: 31,416 Referee: David Manson (QLD) Man of the Match: Bob Lindner (QLD)

1991 Series 

1991 Game One (Lang Park, 8 May 1991) 
Queensland Maroons 6 (Mal Meninga try and goal) def NSW Blues 4 (Laurie Daley try) 
Crowd: 32,400 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Wally Lewis (QLD)

1991 Game Two (Sydney Football Stadium, 29 May 1991) 
NSW Blues 14 (Chris Johns, Mark McGaw tries; Michael O'Connor 3 goals) def Queensland Maroons 12 (Willie Carne, Dale Shearer tries; Mal Meninga 2 goals) 
Crowd: 41,520 Referee: David Manson (QLD) Man of the Match: Steve Walters (QLD)

1991 Game Three (Lang Park, 12 June 1991) 
Queensland Maroons 14 (Paul Hauff, Michael Hancock, Dale Shearer tries; Mal Meninga goal) def NSW Blues 12 (Chris Johns, Michael O'Connor, Des Hasler tries) 
Crowd: 33,226 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Martin Bella (QLD)

1992 Series 

1992 Game One (Sydney Football Stadium, 6 May 1992) 
NSW Blues 14 (Bradley Clyde, Craig Salvatori tries; Rod Wishart 3 goals) def Queensland Maroons 6 (Allan Langer try; Mal Meninga goal) 
Crowd: 40,039 Referee: David Manson (QLD) Man of the Match: Ben Elias (NSW)

1992 Game Two (Lang Park, 20 May 1992) 
Queensland Maroons 5 (Billy Moore try; Allan Langer field goal) def NSW Blues 4 (Rod Wishart 2 goals) 
Crowd: 31,500 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Bob Lindner (QLD)

1992 Game Three (Sydney Football Stadium, 3 June 1992) 
NSW Blues 16 (Ricky Stuart, Andrew Ettingshausen, John Cartwright tries; Tim Brasher 2 goals) def Queensland Maroons 4 (Mal Meninga 2 goals) 
Crowd: 41,878 Referee: Eddie Ward (QLD) Man of the Match: Ricky Stuart (NSW)

1993 Series 

1993 Game One (Lang Park, 3 May 1993) 
NSW Blues 14 (Rod Wishart, Ricky Stuart tries; Rod Wishart 3 goals) def Queensland Maroons 10 (Bob Lindner, Willie Carne tries; Mal Meninga goal) 
Crowd: 33,000 Referee: Greg McCallum (NSW) Man of the Match: Ricky Stuart (NSW)

1993 Game Two (Sydney Football Stadium, 17 May 1993) 
NSW Blues 16 (Laurie Daley, Brad Mackay, Rod Wishart tries; Rod Wishart 2 goals) def Queensland Maroons 12 (Mal Meninga, Kevin Walters tries; Adrian Brunker, Dale Shearer goals) 
Crowd: 41,895 Referee: Eddie Ward (QLD) Man of the Match: Tim Brasher (NSW)

1993 Game Three (Lang Park, 31 May 1993) 
Queensland Maroons 24 (Willie Carne 2, Steve Walters, Bob Lindner tries; Mal Meninga 2, Julian O'Neill 2 goals) def NSW Blues 12 (Andrew Ettingshausen, Paul Harragon tries; Rod Wishart 2 goals) 
Crowd: 31,500 Referee: Greg McCallum (NSW) Man of the Match: Dale Shearer (QLD)

1994 Series 

1994 Game One (Sydney Football Stadium, 28 May 1994) 
Queensland Maroons 16 (Julian O'Neill, Willie Carne, Mark Coyne tries; Mal Meninga 2 goals) def NSW Blues 12 (Paul Harragon, Brad Mackay tries; Rod Wishart, Graham Mackay goals) 
Crowd: 41,859 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Willie Carne (QLD)

1994 Game Two (Melbourne Cricket Grd, 8 June 1994) 
NSW Blues 14 (Paul McGregor, Glenn Lazarus tries; Tim Brasher 3 goals) def Queensland Maroons 0 
Crowd: 87,161 Referee: Graham Annesley (NSW) Man of the Match: Paul Harragon (NSW)

1994 Game Three (Lang Park, 20 June 1994) 
NSW Blues 27 (Brett Mullins, Bradley Clyde, Laurie Daley, Brad Fittler; Tim Brasher 4 goals; Ben Elias 2, Brad Fittler field goals) def Queensland Maroons 12 (Andrew Gee, Steve Renouf tries; Julian O’Neill 2 goals) 
Crowd: 40,665 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Benny Elias (NSW)

1995 Series 

1995 Game One (Sydney Football Stadium, 15 May 1995) 
Queensland Maroons 2 (Wayne Bartrim goal) def NSW Blues 0 
Crowd: 39,841 Referee: Eddie Ward (QLD) Man of the Match: Gary Larson (QLD)

1995 Game Two (MCG, 31 May 1995) 
Queensland Maroons 20 (Mark Coyne, Adrian Lam, Brett Dallas tries; Wayne Bartrim 4 goals) def NSW Blues 12 (Brett Rodwell, Jim Sedaris tries; Rod Wishart 2 goals) 
Crowd: 52,994 Referee: Eddie Ward (QLD) Man of the Match: Jason Smith (QLD)

1995 Game Three (Lang Park, 12 June 1995) 
Queensland Maroons 24 (Billy Moore, Jason Smith, Brett Dallas, Ben Ikin tries; Wayne Bartrim 4 goals) def NSW Blues 16 (Rod Wishart, Adam Muir, Tim Brasher tries; Rod Wishart 2 goals) 
Crowd: 40,189 Referee: David Manson (QLD) Man of the Match: Adrian Lam (QLD)

1996 Series 

1996 Game One (Lang Park, 20 May 1996) 
NSW Blues 14 (Andrew Ettingshausen, Steve Menzies tries; Andrew Johns 3 goals) def Queensland Maroons 6 (Allan Langer try; Wayne Bartrim goal) 
Crowd: 39,348 Referee: David Manson (QLD) Man of the Match: Geoff Toovey (NSW)

1996 Game Two (Sydney Football Stadium, 3 June 1996) 
NSW Blues 18 (Brett Mullins 2, Rod Wishart tries; Andrew Johns 3 goals) def Queensland Maroons 6 (Steve Renouf try; Julian O’Neill goal) 
Crowd: 41,955 Referee: David Manson (QLD) Man of the Match: Andrew Johns (NSW)

1996 Game Three (Lang Park, 17 June 1996) 
NSW Blues 15 (Andrew Ettingshausen, Brett Mullins tries; Rod Wishart 2, Andrew Johns goals; Brad Fittler field goal) def Queensland Maroons 14 (Brett Dallas, Mark Coyne tries; Willie Carne 3 goals) 
Crowd: 38,217 Referee: David Manson (QLD) Man of the Match: Steve Menzies (NSW)

1997 Series 

1997 Game One (Lang Park, 28 May 1997) 
NSW Blues 8 (Paul McGregor try; Andrew Johns, Rod Wishart goals) def Queensland Maroons 6 (Adrian Lam try; Wayne Bartrim goal) 
Crowd: 28,222 Referee: Kelvin Jeffes (NSW) Man of the Match: Geoff Toovey (NSW)

1997 Game Two (MCG, 11 June 1997) 
NSW Blues 15 (Ken McGuiness, Nik Kosef, Jim Dymock tries; John Simon goal; John Simon field goal) def Queensland Maroons 14 (Matt Sing, Robbie O'Davis, Brett Dallas tries; Julian O’Neill goal) 
Crowd: 25,105 Referee: David Manson (QLD) Man of the Match: Paul McGregor (NSW)

1997 Game Three (Sydney Football Stadium, 25 June 1997) 
Queensland Maroons 18 (Ben Ikin, Julian O’Neill, Mark Coyne tries; Julian O’Neill 3 goals) def NSW Blues 12 (Jamie Ainscough, Andrew Johns tries; J Simon, Andrew Johns goals) 
Crowd: 33,241 Referee: Eddie Ward (QLD) Man of the Match: Gary Larson (QLD)

1998 Series 

1998 Game One (Sydney Football Stadium, 22 May 1998) 
Queensland Maroons 24 (Kevin Walters, Steve Price, Allan Langer, Tony Carroll tries; Darren Lockyer 4 goals) def NSW Blues 23 (Rod Wishart, Tim Brasher, Laurie Daley, Brad Fittler, Steve Menzies tries; Andrew Johns goal; Andrew Johns field goal) 
Crowd: 36,070 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Allan Langer (QLD)

1998 Game Two (Lang Park, 5 June 1998) 
NSW Blues 26 (Paul McGregor 2, Brad Fittler, Adam MacDougall, Tim Brasher tries; Andrew Johns 3 goals) def Queensland Maroons 10 (Wendell Sailor, Matt Sing tries; Darren Lockyer goal) 
Crowd: 40,447 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Rodney Howe (NSW)

1998 Game Three (Sydney Football Stadium, 19 June 1998) 
Queensland Maroons 19 (Kevin Walters, Allan Langer, Ben Ikin tries; Darren Lockyer 2, Robbie O'Davis goals; Jason Smith field goal) def NSW Blues 4 (Ken McGuiness try) 
Crowd: 38,952 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Shane Webcke (QLD)

1999 Series 

1999 Game One (Lang Park, 26 May 1999) 
Queensland Maroons 9 (Matt Rogers 4 goals, Matt Rogers field goal) def NSW Blues 8 (Anthony Mundine try; Ryan Girdler 2 goals) 
Crowd: 38,093 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Jason Hetherington (QLD)

1999 Game Two (Stadium Australia, 9 June 1999) 
NSW Blues 12 (Robbie Ross, Laurie Daley tries; Ryan Girdler 2 goals) def Queensland Maroons 8 (Matt Rogers try and 2 goals) 
Crowd: 88,336 Referee: Steve Clark (NSW) Man of the Match: Laurie Daley (NSW)

1999 Game Three (Lang Park, 23 June 1999) 
Queensland Maroons 10 (Paul Green, Darren Lockyer tries; Darren Lockyer goal) drew with NSW Blues 10 (Matt Geyer 2 tries; Ryan Girdler goal) 
Crowd: 39,371 Referee: Steve Clark (NSW) Man of the Match: Wendell Sailor (QLD)
SERIES DRAWN - Queensland Maroons retained Origin Shield

2000 Series 

2000 Game One (Stadium Australia, 10 May 2000) 
NSW Blues 20 (Adam MacDougall 2, David Peachey, Ryan Girdler tries; Ryan Girdler 2 goals) def Queensland Maroons 16 (Adrian Lam 2, Matt Rogers tries; Matt Rogers, Darren Lockyer goals) 
Crowd: 61,511 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Adam MacDougall (NSW)

2000 Game Two (Lang Park, 24 May 2000) 
NSW Blues 28 (Brad Fittler, Shaun Timmins, Scott Hill, David Furner, Ryan Girdler tries; Ryan Girdler 4 goals) def Queensland Maroons 10 (Gorden Tallis try; Matt Rogers 3 goals) 
Crowd: 38,796 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Tim Brasher (NSW)

2000 Game Three (Stadium Australia, 7 June 2000) 
NSW Blues 56 (Ryan Girdler 3, Matt Gidley 2, Adam Muir, Andrew Johns, Bryan Fletcher, Adam MacDougall tries; Ryan Girdler 10 goals) def Queensland Maroons 16 (Matt Rogers, Darren Smith, Gorden Tallis tries; Matt Rogers 2 goals) 
Crowd: 58,767 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Ryan Girdler (NSW)

2001 Series 

2001 Game One (Lang Park, 6 May 2001) 
Queensland Maroons 34 (Darren Lockyer, Darren Smith, John Buttigieg, Chris Walker, Carl Webb, John Doyle tries; Darren Lockyer 5 goals) def NSW Blues 16 (Matt Gidley, Brad Fittler, Trent Barrett tries; Michael De Vere 2 goals) 
Crowd: 38,909 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Gorden Tallis (QLD)

2001 Game Two (Stadium Australia, 10 June 2001) 
NSW Blues 26 (Brad Fittler, Jamie Ainscough, Trent Barrett, Luke Ricketson tries; Ryan Girdler 3 goals) def Queensland Maroons 8 (Chris Walker try; Darren Lockyer 2 goals) 
Crowd: 70,249 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Trent Barrett (NSW)

2001 Game Three (Queensland Elizabeth II Stadium, 1 July 2001) 
Queensland Maroons 40 (Darren Lockyer 2, Chris Walker 2, Paul Bowman 2, Allan Langer, Dane Carlaw tries; Darren Lockyer 4 goals) def NSW Blues 14 (Ryan Girdler 2 tries; Ryan Girdler 3 goals) 
Crowd: 49,441 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Darren Lockyer (QLD)

2002 Series 

2002 Game One (Stadium Australia, 22 May 2002) 
NSW Blues 32 (Andrew Johns, Matthew Gidley, Jamie Lyon, Timana Tahu, Brett Hodgson tries; Andrew Johns 4, Brett Hodgson goals, Trent Barrett, Andrew Johns field goals) def Queensland Maroons 4 (Lote Tuqiri try) 
Crowd: 55,421 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Andrew Johns (NSW)

2002 Game Two (Queensland Maroons Elizabeth II Stadium, 5 June 2002) 
Queensland Maroons 26 (Dane Carlaw, Gorden Tallis, Lote Tuqiri 3 tries; Lote Tuqiri 3 goals) def NSW Blues 18 (Braith Anasta, Luke Ricketson, Shaun Timmins tries; Andrew Johns 3 goals)
Crowd: 47,989 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Chris McKenna (QLD)

2002 Game Three (Stadium Australia, 26 June 2002) 
Queensland Maroons 18 (Lote Tuqiri, Shaun Berrigan, Shane Webcke, Dane Carlaw tries; Lote Tuqiri goal) drew with NSW Blues 18 (Jason Moodie 2, Steve Menzies tries; Andrew Johns 3 goals) 
Crowd: 74,842 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Allan Langer (QLD)
SERIES DRAWN - Queensland Maroons retained Origin Shield

2003 Series 

2003 Game One (Lang Park, 11 June 2003) 
NSW Blues 25 (Anthony Minichiello 2, Craig Wing, Andrew Johns tries; Andrew Johns 4 goals; Andrew Johns field goal) def Queensland Maroons 12 (Darren Lockyer, Gorden Tallis tries; Darren Lockyer 2 goals) 
Crowd: 52,420 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Luke Bailey (NSW)

2003 Game Two (Stadium Australia, 25 June 2003) 
NSW Blues 2 7 (Timana Tahu 2 tries; Ben Kennedy, Matthew Gidley, Anthony Minichiello tries; Andrew Johns 3 goals, field goal) def Queensland Maroons 4 (Michael Crocker try) 
Crowd: 79,132 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Andrew Johns (NSW)

2003 Game Three (Lang Park, 16 July 2003) 
Queensland Maroons 36 (Matt Sing 3, Brent Tate 2, Cameron Smith, Michael Crocker tries; Josh Hannay 4 goals) def NSW Blues 6 (Timana Tahu try; Andrew Johns goal) 
Crowd: 52,130 Referee: Bill Harrigan (NSW) Man of the Match: Matt Sing (QLD)

2004 Series 

2004 Game One (Stadium Australia, 26 May 2004) 
NSW Blues 9 (Shaun Timmins try and field goal, Craig Fitzgibbon 2 goals) def Queensland Maroons 8 (Scott Prince, Brent Tate tries) 
[Scores level 8-all at full-time, game extended 2 mins 26 secs]
Crowd: 68,344 Referee: Sean Hampstead (NSW) Man of the Match: Shaun Timmins (NSW)

2004 Game Two (Lang Park, 16 June 2004) 
Queensland Maroons 22 (Billy Slater 2, Willie Tonga, Dane Carlaw tries; Cameron Smith 2, Scott Prince goals) def NSW Blues 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)

2004 Game Three (Stadium Australia, 7 July 2004) 
NSW Blues 36 (Mark Gasnier 2, Trent Barrett, Luke Rooney, Anthony Minichiello, Brad Fittler tries; Craig Fitzgibbon 4, Mark Gasnier goals) def Queensland Maroons 14 (Billy Slater, Matthew Bowen tries; Cameron Smith 3 goals) 
Crowd: 82,487 Referee: Paul Simpkins (NSW) Man of the Match: Craig Fitzgibbon (NSW)

2005 Series 

2005 Game One (Lang Park, 25 May 2005) 
Queensland Maroons 24 (Ty Williams, Michael Crocker, Matt Bowen tries; Cameron Smith 5 goals; Darren Lockyer, Johnathan Thurston field goals) def NSW Blues 20 (Luke Rooney, Mark Gasnier, Craig Fitzgibbon, Danny Buderus tries; Craig Fitzgibbon 2 goals) [Scores level 20-all at full-time] 
Crowd: 52,484 Referee: Paul Simpkins (NSW) Man of the Match: Steve Price (QLD)

2005 Game Two (Stadium Australia, 15 June 2005) 
NSW Blues 32 (Anthony Minichiello 2, Steve Menzies, Matt Cooper, Danny Buderus tries; 
Craig Fitzgibbon 3, Andrew Johns 3 goals) def Queensland Maroons 22 (Brad Thorn, Billy Slater, Matthew Bowen, Petero Civoniceva tries; Cameron Smith 3 goals) 
Crowd: 82,389 Referee: Stephen Clark (NSW) Man of the Match: Andrew Johns (NSW)

2005 Game Three (Lang Park, 6 July 2005) 
NSW Blues 32 (Matt King 3, Braith Anasta, Mark Gasnier, Timana Tahu tries; Andrew Johns 3, Craig Fitzgibbon goals) def Queensland Maroons 10 (Johnathan Thurston , Matthew Bowen tries; Cameron Smith goal) 
Crowd: 52,436 Referee: Paul Simpkins (NSW) Man of the Match: Anthony Minichiello (NSW)

2006 Series 

2006 Game One (Stadium Australia, 24 May 2006) 
NSW Blues 17 (Matt King, Brett Finch, Willie Mason tries; Brett Hodgson 2 goals; Brett Finch field goal) def Queensland Maroons 16 (Greg Inglis 2, Steve Bell tries; Johnathan Thurston 2 goals) [Scores level 16-all at full-time] 
Crowd: 72,773 Referee: Sean Hampstead (NSW) Man of the Match: Willie Mason (NSW)

2006 Game Two (Lang Park, 14 June 2006) 
Queensland Maroons 30 (Adam Mogg 2, Carl Webb, Justin Hodges tries; Johnathan Thurston 5 goals) def NSW Blues 6 (Timana Tahu tries; Brett Hodgson goals) 
Crowd: 52,468 Referee: Stephen Clark (NSW) Man of the Match: Darren Lockyer (QLD)

2006 Game Three (Docklands Stadium, 5 July 2005) 
Queensland Maroons 16 (Brent Tate, Adam Mogg, Darren Lockyer tries; Clinton Schifcofske 2 goals) def NSW Blues 14 (Eric Grothe Jnr 2, Matt King tries; Brett Hodgson goals) 
Crowd: 54,833 Referee: Stephen Clark (NSW) Man of the Match: Brent Tate (QLD)

2007 Series

2007 Game One (Suncorp Stadium, 23 May 2007) 
Queensland25 (Greg Inglis 2, Steve Price, Darren Lockyer tries; Johnathan Thurston 4 goals and field goal) def NSW Blues 18 (Nathan Hindmarsh, Matt Cooper, Jarryd Hayne tries; Jamie Lyon 3 goals) 
Crowd: 52,498 Referee: Paul Simpkins (NSW) Man of the Match: Johnathan Thurston (QLD)

2007 Game Two (Telstra Stadium, 13 June 2007) 
Queensland Maroons 10 ( Greg Inglis, Steve Bell tries; Johnathan Thurston goal) def NSW Blues 6 (Brett Stewart try; Jamie Lyon goal) 
Crowd: 76,924 Referee: Shayne Hayne (NSW) Man of the Match: Cameron Smith (QLD)

2007 Game Three (Suncorp Stadium, 4 July 2007) 
NSW Blues 18 (Hazem El Masri, Jarryd Hayne, Matt King tries; Hazem El Masri 3 goals) def Queensland Maroons 4 (Justin Hodges try) 
Crowd: 52,469 Referee: Paul Simpkins (NSW) Man of the Match: Greg Bird (NSW)

2008 Series

2008 Game One (Telstra Stadium, 21 May 2008) 
New South Wales 18 (Anthony Quinn 2, Anthony Laffranchi, Brett Stewart tries; Craig Fitzgibbon goal) def Queensland Maroons 10 (Brent Tate, Israel Folau tries; Johnathan Thurston goal) 
Crowd: 67,720 Referee: Tony Archer (NSW) Man of the Match: Greg Bird (NSW)

2008 Game Two (Suncorp Stadium, 11 June 2008) 
Queensland Maroons 30 (Darius Boyd 2, Ben Hannant, Israel Folau tries; Johnathan Thurston 7 goals) def New South Wales 0 
Crowd: 52,476 Referee: Tony Archer (NSW) Man of the Match: Greg Inglis (QLD)

2008 Game Three (Telstra Stadium, 2 July 2008) 
Queensland Maroons 16 (Israel Folau 2, Billy Slater tries; Johnathan Thurston 2 goals) def New South Wales 10 (Matt Cooper try; Craig Fitzgibbon goal, 2 penalties) 
Crowd: 78,751 Referee: Tony Archer (NSW) Man of the Match: Israel Folau

2009 Series

2009 Game One (Etihad Stadium, 3 June 2009) 
Queensland Maroons 28 (Greg Inglis 2, Billy Slater, Johnathan Thurston, Darius Boyd Tries; Johnathan Thurston 4 goals) def New South Wales 18 (Ben Creagh, Craig Wing, Jarryd Hayne tries; Kurt Gidley 3 goals) 
Crowd: 50,967 Referee: Tony Archer (NSW) and Shayne Hayne (NSW) Man of the Match: Johnathan Thurston (QLD)

2009 Game Two (ANZ Stadium, 24 June 2009) 
Queensland Maroons 24 (Greg Inglis, Darren Lockyer, Israel Folau, Cameron Smith tries; Johnathan Thurston 4 goals) def New South Wales 14 (Jarryd Hayne 2, David Williams tries; Kurt Gidley goal) 
Crowd: 80,459 Referee: Tony Archer (NSW) and Shayne Hayne (NSW) Man of the Match: Sam Thaiday (QLD)

2009 Game Three (Suncorp Stadium, 15 July 2009) 
NSW Blues 28 (Ben Creagh 2, David Williams, Josh Morris tries; Michael Ennis 3, Kurt Gidley 3 goals) def Queensland Maroons 16 (Billy Slater, Dallas Johnson, Justin Hodges tries; Johnathan Thurston 2 goals) 
Crowd: 52,316 Referee: Tony Archer (NSW) and Shayne Hayne (NSW) Man of the Match: Anthony Watmough (NSW) 

2010 Series

2010 Game One (ANZ Stadium, 26 May 2010) 
Queensland Maroons 28 (Greg Inglis, Billy Slater, Darren Lockyer, Darius Boyd, Sam Thaiday Tries; Johnathan Thurston 4 goals) def New South Wales 24 (Jarryd Hayne, Anthony Watmough, Ben Creagh, Jamal Idris tries; Jamie Lyon 4 goals)
Crowd: 68,753 Referee: Tony Archer (NSW) and Shayne Hayne (NSW) Man of the Match: Johnathan Thurston(QLD)

2010 Game Two (Suncorp Stadium, 16 June 2010) 
Queensland Maroons 34 (Israel Folau 2, Greg Inglis, Darius Boyd, Willie Tonga, Cooper Cronk tries; Johnathan Thurston 5 goals) def New South Wales 6 (Brett White try; Michael Ennis goal)
Crowd: 52,452 Referee: Tony Archer (NSW) and Shayne Hayne (NSW) Man of the Match: Darren Lockyer (QLD)

2010 Game Three (ANZ Stadium, 7 July 2010) 
Queensland Maroons 23 (Darius Boyd, Nate Myles, Billy Slater, Willie Tonga tries; Johnathan Thurston 3 goals; Darren Lockyer field goal) def NSW Blues 18 (Greg Bird, Paul Gallen, Kurt Gidley tries; Michael Gordon 3 goals)
Crowd: 61,259Referees: Tony Archer (NSW) and Shayne Hayne (NSW) Man of the Match: Billy Slater (QLD)

2011 Series

2011 Game One (Suncorp Stadium, 25 May 2011) 
Queensland Maroons 16 (Billy Slater, Johnathan Thurston, Jharal Yow Yeh tries; Johnathan Thurston 2 goals) def NSW Blues 12 (Mitchell Pearce, Michael Jennings tries; Jamie Soward 2 goals)
Crowd: 52,259 Referees: Tony Archer (NSW) and Jarred Maxwell (NSW) Man of the Match: Cameron Smith (QLD)

2011 Game Two (ANZ Stadium, 15 June 2011) 
NSW Blues 18 (Anthony Minichiello, William Hopoate, Luke Lewis tries; Jamie Soward 2 goals) def Queensland Maroons 8 (Cameron Smith try; Johnathan Thurston 2 goals) 
Crowd: 81,965 Referees: Ben Cummins and Shane Hayne Man of the Match: Paul Gallen (NSW)

2011 Game Three (Suncorp Stadium, 6 July 2011) 
Queensland Maroons 34 (Greg Inglis 2, Sam Thaiday, Cameron Smith, Jharal Yow Yeh, Billy Slater tries; Johnathan Thurston 4, Cameron Smith goals) def NSW Blues 24 (Anthony Minichiello, Akuila Uate, Jarryd Hayne Greg Bird tries; Jamie Soward 4 goals) 
Crowd: 52,498 Referees: Tony Archer (NSW) and Shane Hayne (NSW) Man of the Match: Cameron Smith (QLD)

2012 Series

2012 Game One (Etihad Stadium, 23 May 2012) 
Queensland Maroons 18 (Darius Boyd 2, Greg Inglis tries; Johnathan Thurston 3 goals) def NSW Blues 10 (Akuila Uate, Michael Jennings tries; Todd Carney goal)
Crowd: 56,021 Referees: Ben Cummins (NSW) and Matt Cecchin (WA) Man of the Match: Nate Myles (QLD)

2012 Game Two (ANZ Stadium, 13 June 2012) 
NSW Blues 16 (Brett Stewart 2, Josh Morris tries; Todd Carney 2 goals) def Queensland Maroons 12 (Ben Hannant, Greg Inglis tries; Johnathan Thurston 2 goals)
Crowd: 83,111 Referees: Ben Cummins (NSW) and Tony Archer (NSW) Man of the Match: Greg Bird (NSW)

2012 Game Three (Suncorp Stadium, 4 July 2012) 
Queensland Maroons 21 (Darius Boyd, Johnathan Thurston, Justin Hodges tries; Johnathan Thurston 4 goals; Cooper Cronk Field Goal) def NSW Blues 20 (Brett Morris, Josh Morris, Brett Stewart tries; Todd Carney 4 goals)
Crowd: 52,437Referees: Ben Cummins (NSW) and Tony Archer (NSW) Man of the Match: Johnathan Thurston (QLD)

2013 Series

2013 Game One (ANZ Stadium, 5 June 2013) 
New South Wales 14 (Jarryd Hayne, Michael Jennings tries; James Maloney 3 goals) def Queensland Maroons 6 (Darius Boyd try; Cameron Smith goal)
Crowd: 80,380 Referees: Shayne Hayne (NSW) and Ashley Kline (UK) Man of the Match:Luke Lewis (NSW)

2013 Game Two (Suncorp Stadium, 16 June 2013) 
Queensland Maroons 26 (Darius Boyd 2, Sam Thaiday, Greg Inglis tries; Johnathan Thurston 5 goals) def New South Wales 6 (Brett Morris try; James Maloney goal)
Crowd: 51,690 Referees: Shayne Hayne (NSW) and Ashley Kline (UK) Man of the Match: Cameron Smith (QLD)

2013 Game Three (ANZ Stadium, 17 July 2013) 
Queensland Maroons 12 (Johnathan Thurston, Justin Hodges tries; Johnathan Thurston 2 goals) def New South Wales 10 (James McManus, Trent Merrin tries; James Maloney goal)
Crowd: 83,813 Referees: Shayne Hayne (NSW) and Ben Cummins (NSW) Man of the Match: Brent Tate (QLD)

2014 Series

2014 Game One (Suncorp Stadium, 28 May 2014)
NSW Blues 12 (Brett Morris, Jarryd Hayne tries; Trent Hodkinson 2 goals) def Queensland Maroons 8 (Darius Boyd 2 tries)
Crowd: 52,111 Referees: Shayne Hayne and Ben Cummins Man of the Match: Jarryd Hayne (NSW)

2014 Game Two (ANZ Stadium, 18 June 2014)
NSW Blues 6 (Trent Hodkinson try; Hodkinson goal) def Queensland Maroons 4 (Johnathan Thurston 2 goals)
Crowd: 83,421 Referees: Shayne Hayne and Ben Cummins Man of the Match: Paul Gallen (NSW)

2014 Game Three (Suncorp Stadium, 9 July 2014)
Queensland Maroons 32 (Cameron Smith, Billy Slater, Darius Boyd, Aidan Guerra, Cooper Cronk tries; Johnathan Thurston 6 goals) def NSW Blues 8 (Josh Dugan try; Trent Hodkinson 2 goals)
Crowd: 50,155 Referees: Ben Cummins and Gerard Sutton Man of the Match: Corey Parker (QLD)

2015 Series

2015 Game One (ANZ Stadium, 27 May 2015)
Queensland Maroons 11 (Cooper Cronk, Will Chambers tries; Thurston goal; Cronk field goal) def NSW Blues 10 (Josh Morris, Beau Scott tries; Trent Hodkinson goal)
Crowd: 80,122 Referees: Gerald Sutton and Ben Cummins Man of the Match: Cameron Smith (QLD)

2015 Game Two (MCG, 17 June 2015)
NSW Blues 26 (Michael Jennings, Josh Morris, Aaron Woods, Josh Dugan tries; Hodkinson 5 goals) def Queensland Maroons 18 (Matthew Scott, Greg Inglis, Matt Gillett tries; Johnathan Thurston 3 goals)
Crowd: 91,513 Referees: Gerald Suttons Ben Cummins Man of the Match: Michael Jennings (NSW)

2015 Game Three (Suncorp Stadium, 8 July 2015)
Queensland Maroons 52 (Dane Gagai, Josh Papalii, Greg Inglis, matt Gillett, Michael Morgan, Darius Boyd, Will Chambers, Aidan Guerra tries; Justin Hodges, Johnathan Thurston 9 goals) def NSW Blues 6 (Michael Jennings try; Trent Hodkinson goal)
Crowd: 52,500 Referees: Ben Cummins and Gerald Sutton Man of the Match: Corey Parker (QLD)

2016 Series

2016 Game One (ANZ Stadium, 1 June 2016)
Queensland Maroons 6 (Dane Gagai try; Johnathan Thurston goal) def NSW Blues 4 (Boyd Cordner try)
Crowd: 80,251 Referees: Ben Cummins and Gerard Sutton Man of the Match: Matt Gillett (QLD)

2016 Game Two (Suncorp Stadium, 22 June 2016)
Queensland Maroons 26 (Dane Gagai 3, Corey Oates tries; Johnathan Thurston 5 goals) def NSW Blues 16 (Tyson Frizell, James Maloney tries; Adam Reynolds 3, Maloney goals)
Crowd: 52,293 Referees: Ben Cummins and Gerard Sutton Man of the match: Cameron Smith (QLD) 

2016 Game Three (ANZ Stadium, 13 July 2016)
NSW Blues 18 (Andrew Fifita, Tyson Frizell, Michael Jennings tries; James Maloney 2, Paul Gallen goals) def Queensland Maroons 14 (Darius Boyd, Gavin Cooper, Greg Inglis tries; Johnathan Thurston goal)
Crowd: 61,267 Referees: Ben Cummins and Gerard Sutton Man of the Match: James Maloney (NSW)

2017 Series

2017 Game One (Suncorp Stadium, 31 May 2017)
NSW Blues 28 (James Maloney, Mitchell Pearce, James Tedesco, Andrew Fifita, Jarryd Hayne tries; James Maloney 4 goals) def Queensland Maroons 4 (Corey Oates try)
Crowd: 50,390 Referees: Matt Cecchin and Gerard Sutton Man of the Match: Andrew Fifita (NSW)

2017 Game Two (ANZ Stadium, 21 June 2017)
Queensland Maroons 18 (Dane Gagai 2, Valentine Holmes tries; Johnathan Thurston 3 goals) def NSW Blues 16 (Jarryd Hayne, Brett Morris, Mitchell Pearce tries; James Maloney 2 goals)
Crowd: 82,259 Referees: Matt Cecchin and Gerard Sutton Man of the Match: Josh Jackson (NSW)

2017 Game Three (Suncorp Stadium, 12 July 2017)
Queensland Maroons 22 (Valentine Holmes 3, Jarrod Wallace tries; Cameron Smith goal) def NSW Blues 6 (Josh Dugan try; James Maloney goal)
Crowd: 52,540 Referees: Matt Cecchin and Gerard Sutton Man of the Match: Cameron Smith (QLD)

2018 Series

2018 Game One (MCG, 6 June 2018)
NSW Blues 22 (James Tedesco, Latrell Mitchell, Tom Trbojevic, Josh Addo-Carr tries; James Maloney 3 goals) def Queensland Maroons 12 (Valentine Holmes, Dane Gagai tries; Valentine Holmes 2 goals)
Crowd: 87,122 Referees: Gerard Sutton and Ashley Klein Man of the Match: James Tedesco (NSW)

2018 Game Two (ANZ Stadium, 24 June 2018)
NSW Blues 18 (Josh Addo-Carr, Boyd Cordner, Latrell Mitchell tries; James Maloney 3 goals) def Queensland Maroons 14 (Valentine Holmes, Dane Gagai, Will Chambers tries; Valentine Holmes goal)
Crowd: 82,223 Referees: Gerard Sutton and Ashley Klein Man of the Match: Boyd Cordner (NSW)

2018 Game Three (Suncorp Stadium, 11 July 2018)
Queensland Maroons 18 (Valentine Holmes 2, Daly Cherry-Evans tries; Valentine Holmes 3 goals) def NSW Blues 12 (Tom Trbojevic, James Tedesco tries; Nathan Cleary 2 goals)
Crowd: 51,214 Referees: Gerard Sutton and Ashley Klein Man of the Match: Billy Slater (QLD)