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Queensland Residents rugby league team

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Queensland Residents
Team information
NicknameMaroons
Governing bodyQueensland Rugby League
Head coachJon Buchanan
CaptainJosh Cleeland
Home stadiumDolphin Stadium (10,000)
Uniforms
First colours
Team results
First game
Queensland colours.svg
Queensland 24–12 West Coast
St. George colours.svg

(Wingham Park, Greymouth; 1988)
First Residents Game
New South Wales colours.svg
New South Wales 30–22 Queensland
Queensland colours.svg

(Lang Park, Brisbane; 1994)
Biggest win
Queensland colours.svg
Queensland 76–2 Manawatu
Canberra colours.svg

(Palmerston North Showgrounds, Palmerston North; 1990)
Biggest defeat
Canterbury colours.svg
Auckland 70–12 Queensland
Queensland colours.svg

(Carlaw Park, Auckland; 1988)

The Queensland Residents rugby league team is a representative rugby league team consisting of players who compete in the Intrust Super Cup (Queensland Cup) competition. They currently play an annual fixture against NSW Cup Representative Team, often as a curtain raiser to a State of Origin game.[1]

The team is administered by the Queensland Rugby League and regularly played its home matches at Suncorp Stadium, until 2015, when they starting playing at Brisbane's Langlands Park (now known as Suzuki Stadium). Up until 1995, they side played against touring international sides and went on tours to countries like New Zealand and France.

A number of Queensland Residents players have gone onto play for Queensland in State of Origin, including Daly Cherry-Evans and David Taylor.[2] As Residents selection has no bearing on Origin eligibility, a number of players have gone on to also represent New South Wales, including Trent Hodkinson and Jamie Buhrer.[3][4] New Zealand internationals Jeremy Smith and Adam Blair are also former Queensland Residents representatives.[5][6]

History

Matt Parcell playing for Queensland Residents, 2015
Matt Parcell playing for Queensland Residents, 2015

The first Queensland Residents side was selected in 1988 and went on a three-game tour of New Zealand, winning two games. Over the next six years the side toured New Zealand two more times (1990, 1992), Papua New Guinea (1989, 1995), France (1989), Fiji (1992, 1993), Western Samoa (1993), Tonga (1993) and South Africa (1994). In 1990, they defeated the touring French side in Rockhampton and in 1992 lost to the touring Great Britain side in Townsville.[7]

Between 1991 and 1993, the Residents played three games against a Sydney Metropolitan Cup rep side, drawing two games and winning one. In 2003 and 2004, they played two games against Western Australia, winning both games. In 2001 and 2002, they were defeated twice by the Queensland Emerging Origin squad.

Since 1994, the Queensland Residents have played an annual fixture against the New South Wales Residents, currently known as the NSW Cup Representative Team. The fixture was formerly a curtain raiser to a State of Origin game but as of 2015 has been played on the annual Representative Weekend.

Record

Opponent Played Won Lost Drawn Win % For Aga Diff
Aquitaine-Midi-Pyrénées 1 1 - - 100% 42 8 +34
Auckland 1 - 1 - 0% 12 70 -58
Canterbury 2 2 - - 100% 58 34 +24
Côte d'Azur 1 1 - - 100% 30 10 +20
 Fiji 2 2 - - 100% 58 18 +40
 France 1 1 - - 100% 22 16 +6
 Great Britain 1 - 1 - 0% 10 14 -4
L'Aude Selection 1 1 - - 100% 32 4 +28
Manawatu 1 1 - - 100% 76 2 +74
Natal 1 1 - - 100% 60 6 +54
New South Wales Residents 24 12 12 - 50% 544 453 +91
New Zealand Māori 1 1 - - 100% 20 16 +4
Port Moresby 3 2 1 - 67% 66 60 +6
President's Selection 1 1 - - 100% 26 14 +12
President's XIII 1 1 - - 100% 30 8 +22
Rousillon 1 1 - - 100% 22 10 +12
 Samoa 1 - 1 - 0% 14 18 +4
 South Africa 1 1 - - 100% 34 0 +34
Sydney Metros 3 1 - 2 34% 55 48 +7
 Tonga 1 1 - - 100% 40 12 +28
Transvaal 1 1 - - 100% 76 5 +71
Wellington 1 - - 1 0% 18 18 0
West Coast 1 1 - - 100% 24 12 +12
Western Australia 2 2 - - 100% 100 38 +62
Total 54 35 16 3 65% 1,469 894 +575

Results

2005

6 July 2005
Queensland Residents Queensland 6 – 16 New South Wales New South Wales Residents
Tries
Adam Hayden 1


Goals
Damien Quinn 1
Report Tries
2 Grant Rovelli
1 John Williams

Goals
2 Nathan Merritt
Queensland Residents
2005 squad Coaching staff

Head coach



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)


2006

5 July 2006
Queensland Residents Queensland 20 – 28 New South Wales New South Wales Residents
Tries
Ryan Cullen 1
Matt Lockyer 1
Simon Phillips 1
Adam Starr 1


Goals
Brandon Costin 1
Luke Branighan 1
Tries
1 Brad Cross
1Brett Finn
1 Tevita Metuisela
1 Joel Reddy
1 John Williams

Goals
4 Michael Witt
Telstra Dome, Melbourne
Queensland Residents
2006 squad Coaching staff

Head coach



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)


2007

4 July 2007
Queensland Residents Queensland 52 – 28 New South Wales New South Wales Residents
Tries
Ben Black 2
Shannon Walker 2
Jordan Atkins 1
Nick Emmett 1
Nick Parfitt 1
David Taylor 1
Chris Walker 1

Goals
Nick Parfitt 8
Report Tries
2 Tony Caine
1 Stuart Flanagan
1 Kris Keating
1 Charlie Leaeno




Goals
3 David McLean
1 Alan Rothery
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Queensland Residents
2007 squad Coaching staff

Head coach



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)


2008

11 June 2008
Queensland Residents Queensland 16 – 24 New South Wales New South Wales Residents
Tries
Selasi Berdie 1
Cy Lasscock 1
Kaine Manihera 1


Goals
Nick Parfitt 2
Report Tries
1 Brett Anderson
1 Shaun Foley
1 Byron Ford
1 Ryan Tandy

Goals
4 James Maloney
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Queensland Residents
2008 squad Coaching staff




Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)


2009

15 July 2009
Queensland Residents Queensland 34 – 6 New South Wales New South Wales Residents
Tries
Mark Cantoni 1
Luke Dalziel-Don 1
Josh Hoffman 1
Ben Jeffery 1
Kaine Manihera 1
James Stuart 1

Goals
Trent Hodkinson 3
Brad Davis 2
Report Tries
1 James Maloney






Goals
1 James Maloney
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Referee: Clayton Sharpe
Queensland Residents
2009 squad Coaching staff

Head coach

  • Paul Bramley



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)


2010

7 July 2010
New South Wales Residents New South Wales 28 – 20 Queensland Queensland Residents
Tries
Aidan Guerra 1
Rory Kostjasyn 1
Sean Meaney 1
Kevin Naiqama 1
Jamie Simpson 1
Gareth Widdop 1

Goals
Sean Meaney 2
Report Tries
1 Daly Cherry-Evans
1 Luke Dalziel-Don
1 Donald Malone
1 Daniel Ogden



Goals
2 Daly Cherry-Evans
ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Referee: Matt Hawkins
Queensland Residents
2010 squad Coaching staff

Head coach



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)


2011

6 July 2011
Queensland Residents Queensland 32 – 6 New South Wales New South Wales Residents
Tries
Luke Capewell 2
Brad Davis 1
Kayne Lawton 1
Joel Riethmuller 1
Ryan Simpkins 1

Goals
Liam Georgetown 4
Tries
1 Jake Mullaney





Goals
1 Tom Humble
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Referee: Michael Wise
Queensland Residents
2011 squad Coaching staff

Head coach

  • Kevin Carmichael



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)


2012

6 July 2012
Queensland Residents Queensland 20 – 14 New South Wales New South Wales Residents
Tries
Nathanael Barnes 2
Luke Capewell 1
Liam Georgetown 1

Goals
Liam Georgetown 2
Tries
1 Josh Davis
1 Matt Moylan
1 Troy Savage

Goals
1 Matt Moylan
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Referee: Chris Butler
Queensland Residents
2012 squad Coaching staff

Head coach



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)


2013

17 July 2013
New South Wales Residents New South Wales 22 – 18 Queensland Queensland Residents
Tries
Jason Clark 1
Shaune Corrigan 1
Josh Mantellato 1
Sam Williams 1

Goals
Josh Mantellato 3
Report Tries
1 Tim Glasby
1 Donald Malone
1 Jarrod McInally
1 Hezron Murgha

Goals
1 Donald Malone
ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Referee: Phil Henderson
Queensland Residents
2013 squad Coaching staff

Head coach



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)


2014

9 July 2014
Queensland Residents Queensland 24 – 16 New South Wales New South Wales Residents
Tries
Aaron Whitchurch 2
Javid Bowen 1
Blake Leary 1

Goals
Shaun Nona 4
Tries
2 Chanel Mata'utia
1 Isaah Yeo


Goals
2 Nathan Stapleton
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Referee: Clayton Sharpe
Queensland Residents
2014 squad Coaching staff

Head coach



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)


2015

3 May 2015
Queensland Residents Queensland 36 – 32 New South Wales New South Wales Residents
Tries
Kalifa Faifai Loa 2
Javid Bowen 1
Kyle Feldt 1
Shaun Nona 1
Matt Parcell 1

Goals
Shaun Nona 6
Tries
2 Mitchell Barnett
2 Chanel Mata'utia
1 Nathan Gardner
1 Darren Nicholls


Goals
4 Nathan Gardner
Tapout Energy Stadium, Brisbane
Referee: Peter Gough
Queensland Residents
2015 squad Coaching staff

Head coach

  • Aaron Zimmerle



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)


2016

8 May 2016
Queensland Residents Queensland 16 – 30 New South Wales New South Wales Residents
Tries
Jahrome Hughes 1
Darren Nicholls 1
Jack Svendsen 1


Goals
Darren Nicholls 2
Tries
3 Ken Maumalo
1 Josh Drinkwater
1 Asipeli Fine
1 Dylan Kelly

Goals
3 Shaun Nona
Suzuki Stadium, Brisbane
Referee: Matt Noyen
Queensland Residents
2016 squad Coaching staff

Head coach

  • Aaron Zimmerle



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)

Updated: 15 May 2016
Source(s): QRL

2017

7 May 2017
Queensland Residents Queensland 36 – 6 New South Wales New South Wales Residents
Tries
Delouise Hoeter 2
Dean Britt 1
Mitchell Frei 1
Tom Opacic 1
Billy Walters 1

Goals
Scott Doyle 6
Tries
1 Moses Leota





Goals
1 Jayden Nikorima
Queensland Residents
2017 squad Coaching staff

Head coach

  • Jon Buchanan



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)

Updated: 4 May 2017
Source(s): QRL

2018

24 June 2018
New South Wales Residents New South Wales 36 – 20 Queensland Queensland Residents
Tries:
Dean Britt (18', 21') 2
Kyle Flanagan (5') 1
Luke Garner (26') 1
Sean O'Sullivan (35') 1
Tony Satini (52') 1
Goals:
Kyle Flanagan 6/6
(7', 19', 23', 28', 37', 54')
1st: 30 – 0
2nd: 6 – 20
Tries:
2 (43', 78') Kalifa Faifai Loa
1 (73') Blake Leary
1 (75') Scott Drinkwater
Goals:
2/3 Kalifa Faifai Loa
(74', 76')
0/1 Jonus Pearson
(15')
Queensland Residents
2018 squad Coaching staff
  • 14
    Wynnum-Manly Colours.svg
    Mitch Cronin - HK

  • 15
    Wynnum-Manly Colours.svg
    Patrick Carrigan - SR

  • 16
    Sunshine Coast Colours.svg
    Lachlan Timm - LK

  • 17
    Northern Pride colours.png
    Will Bugden - PR

Head coach

  • Jon Buchanan



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)

Updated: 17 June 2018
Source(s): QRL

2019

12 May 2019
Queensland Residents Queensland 42 – 22 New South Wales New South Wales Residents
Tries:
Delouise Hoeter (7', 18', 58') 2
Sam Scarlett (21') 1
Temone Power (30') 1
Josh Cleeland (53') 1
Corey Jensen (77') 1
Goals:
Josh Cleeland 7/8
(9', 23', 32', 55', 59', 70', 78')
1st: 22 – 6
2nd: 20 – 16
Tries:
1 (40') Beau Fermor
1 (43') Brian Too
1 (49') Dean Britt
1 (74') Keaon Koloamatangi
Goals:
2/3 Brock Lamb
(40', 74')
1/1 Morgan Harper
(50')
Queensland Residents
2019 squad Coaching staff

Head coach

  • Jon Buchanan



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)

Updated: 12 May 2019
Source(s): QRL

See also

References

  1. ^ "Faces of history". Newtown Jets. Retrieved 23 February 2010.
  2. ^ http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/daly-cherryevans-the-best-prospect-of-his-generation-20130930-2uok8.html
  3. ^ http://www.smh.com.au/rugby-league/state-of-origin/state-of-origin-how-nsw-blues-half-trent-hodkinson-almost-became-a-british-bulldog-20150526-gh9pv2.html
  4. ^ http://leagueunlimited.com/news/queensland-residents-team-named
  5. ^ http://leagueunlimited.com/news/qld-res-named-for-origin-curtain-raiser
  6. ^ http://wynnumseagulls.com.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=174:wynnum-stars-to-line-up-for-qld-residents&catid=12&Itemid=255
  7. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20080530045150/http://www.qrl.com.au/state_of_origin/queensland_residents.php

External links

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