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2018 One-off game

2018 Game One (North Sydney Oval, 22 June 2019)

NSW Blues 16 (Isabelle Kelly 2, Nakia Davis-Welsh tries; Maddie Studdon 2 goals) def Queensland Maroons 10 (Karina Brown 2 tries; Chelsea Baker goal).               

Crowd: 6,824 Referees: John Stone and Peter Gough Player of the Match: Isabelle Kelly (NSW)

2019 One-off game

2019 Game One (North Sydney Oval, 21 June 2019)

NSW Blues 14 (Jessica Sergis, Shakiah Tungai, Maddie Studdon tries; Kirra Dibb goal) def Queensland Maroons 4 (Tazmin Gray try)

Crowd: 10,515 Referees: Grant Atkins and Belinda Sharpe Player of the Match: Maddie Studdon (NSW)

2020 One-off game

2020 Game One (Sunshine Coast Stadium, 13 November 2020)

Queensland Maroons 24 (Tamika Upton 2, Tarryn Aiken, Stephanie Hancock tries; Lauren Brown 4 goals) def NSW Blues 18 (Kezie Apps, Tiana Penitani, Filomina Hanisi, Botille Vette-Welsh tries; Melanie Howard goal)                                           

Crowd: 4,833 Referee: Belinda Sharpe Player of the Match: Tarryn Aiken (QLD)

2021 One-off game

2021 Game One (Sunshine Coast Stadium, 25 June 2021)

Queensland Maroons 8 (Destiny Brill try; Lauren Brown 2 goals) def NSW Blues (Isabelle Kelly try; Maddie Studdon goal)                                                                   

Crowd: 7,183 Referee: Belinda Sharpe Player of the Match: Tazmin Gray (QLD)

2022 One-off game

2022 Game One (GIO Stadium, Canberra, 24 June 2022)

NSW Blues 20 (Emma Tonegato, Kirra Dibb, Isabelle Kelly tries; Rachael Pearson 4 goals) def Queensland Maroons 14 (Destiny Brill, Tarryn Aiken, Evania Pelite tries; Ali Brigginshaw goal)                                                                                                     

Crowd: 11,321 Referee: Belinda Sharpe Player of the Match: Isabelle Kelly (NSW)

2023 series

2023 Game One (CommBank Stadium, 1 June 2023)

Queensland Maroons 18 (Julia Robinson 2, Tazmin Gray, Emily Bass tries; Zahara Temara goal) def NSW Blues 10 (Jessica Sergis, Jaime Chapman tries; Jesse Southwell goal)                                                                                                             

Crowd: 12,972 Referee: Adam Gee Player of the Match: Keilee Jospeh (QLD)

2023 Game Two (Queensland Country Bank Stadium, 22 June 2023)

NSW Blues 18 (Tiana Penitani 2, Yasmin Clydesdale tries; Jesse Southwell 3 goals) def Queensland Maroons 14 (Tamika Upton, Emily Bass, Tarryn Aiken tries; Zahara Temara goal)                                                                                                     

Crowd: 18,275 Referee: Belinda Sharpe Player of the Match: Tazmin Gray (QLD)

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