State of Origin

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State of Origin is where the players of the Sweet FA represent their home state in a once a season carnival since Season 07.

History[edit]

Season 07 - Series 1[edit]

The inaugural State of Origin series saw a four team tournament. In the qualifying rounds the Vics hosted SA at the 'G and WA hosted the Allies. This would lead to a thrilling final which saw Victoria win the first State of Origin series over the Allies by 5 points again at Telstra Stadium.

Qualifying Round[edit]

Qualifying Round
Home vs. Away Ground
Victoria 14.15.99 def South Australia 9.9.63 @ MCG
Western Australia 9.3.57 def by Allies 11.11.77 @ WACA (?)

Finals[edit]

Final
Home vs. Away Ground
Victoria 16.8.104 11.16.82 def Allies 15.9.99 @ Telstra Stadium
3rd Place Playoff
Home vs. Away Ground
South Australia 10.5.65 def by Western Australia 13.10.88 @ Football Park


Season 08 - Series 2[edit]

Series 2 saw the Allies in the final only for them to lose once again, this time at the hands of South Australia.

Qualifying Round[edit]

Qualifying Round
Home vs. Away Ground
Allies 19.18.132 def Western Australia 16.8.104 @ Allies (?)
Victoria 15.5.95 def by South Australia 13.21.99 @ Victoria (?)

Finals[edit]

Final
Home vs. Away Ground
South Australia 15.4.94 def Allies 12.14.86 @ SA (?)
3rd Place Playoff
Home vs. Away Ground
Western Australia 20.9.129 def Victoria 14.8.92 @ WA (?)


Season 09 - Series 3 & 4[edit]

Season 09 saw two series played with Western Australia taking out both. The first was a round robin championship and the second was decided in the 2nd round in a proxy final.

First win, in Series 3, was over the three times luckless Allies.

Second, in Series 4, against the winner of Series 2, South Australia.


Series 3[edit]

Round Robin
Home vs. Away Ground
Round 01
Victoria 7.7.49 def by Western Australia 12.8.80 @ Vic (?)
Allies 16.8.104 def South Australia 11.13.79 @ (?)
Round 02
South Australia 8.10.58 def by Western Australia 20.22.142 @ SA (?)
Allies 16.15.111 def Victoria 12.9.81 @ (?)
Round 03
Victoria 7.7.49 def by Western Australia 12.8.80 @ Vic (?)
Allies 16.8.104 def South Australia 11.13.79 @ (?)

Series 4[edit]

Round Robin
Home vs. Away Ground
Round 01 (Qualifying)
South Australia 15.9.99 def Victoria 9.4.58 @ Vic (?)
Western Australia 18.11.119 def by Allies 10.6.66 @ (?)
Round 02 (Finals)
Western Australia 24.25.169 def South Australia 16.13.109 @ WA (?)
Victoria 16.18.114 def by Allies 18.13.121 @ (?)
Round 03
Series was concluded without a Round 3

Season 10 - Series 5[edit]

Western Australia capped off a trifecta with a win over Vic Metro in their maiden final.

Season 11 - Series 6[edit]

The bridesmaid became the bride with the Allies handing Vic Metro their second defeat in a row.

Season 12 - Series 7[edit]

Vic Country were present in their debut final and knocked off the might Western Australia

Season 13 - Series 8[edit]

In a dominant display Vic Country went through undefeated to take out the championship in the first round robin event without a final. This made is back to back wins for the Counts.

Season 14 - Series 9[1][edit]

Season 14 was decided by a round robin of matches with no final. It came down to the final round of matches with three teams able to take out the championship.

[Vic Country]] the reigning back to back champions of S12 & S13 had recovered from a round 1 loss to Vic Metro to be level with them and the Allies on top of the ladder. As it turned out Country lost a point due to late team submission and dropped out of the race before the opening bounce.

It then came down to Metro playing in a winner takes all match with the Allies. This gave the tournament a proxy final and the result was a comfortable win to the Allies much to the relief of the Counts.

  • Final Round Decider: Allies - 15.10.100 def Vic Metro - 11.10.76 @ Aurora Stadium
TEAM P W L D F A % Pen Pts
Allies 5 4 1 0 529 348 152.01 0 16
Vic Metro 5 3 2 0 478 448 106.70 0 12
Vic Country 5 3 2 0 426 410 103.90 -1 11
South Australia 5 3 2 0 338 480 91.25 -1 11
NSW&ACT 5 2 3 0 486 505 96.24 0 8
Western Australia 5 0 5 0 352 518 67.95 -1 -1

Round : 1 - Wed, 25-April-2012[edit]

Vic Metro - 16.8.104 def Vic Country - 9.16.70 @ MCG

South Australia - 10.8.68 wdb Allies - 18.10.118 @ Adelaide Oval

NSW&ACT - 15.12.102 def Western Australia - 13.9.87 @ SCG

Round : 2 - Sat, 28-April-2012[edit]

Western Australia - 10.13.75 wdb Vic Metro - 15.4.94 @ Subiaco

Vic Country - 12.13.85 def Allies - 12.7.79 @ Kardinia Park

South Australia - 20.12.132 def NSW&ACT - 17.10.112 @ Football Park

Round : 3 - Wed, 2-May-2012[edit]

Vic Metro - 12.6.78 wdb South Australia - 15.13.103 @ Docklands

Western Australia - 8.8.56 wdb Vic Country 16.20.116 @ WACA

NSW&ACT - 8.10.58 wdb Allies - 15.14.104 @ Stadium Australia


Round : 4 - Sat, 5-May-2012[edit]

NSW&ACT - 13.22.100 wdb Vic Metro - 18.18.126 @ Manuka Oval

South Australia - 8.9.57 wdb Vic Country - 14.15.99 @ Adelaide Oval

Allies - 19.14.128 def Western Australia - 8.13.61 @ 'Gabba

Round : 5 - Wed, 9-May-2012[edit]

Allies - 15.10.100 def Vic Metro - 11.10.76 @ Aurora Stadium

Vic Country - 8.8.56 wdb NSW&ACT - 17.12.114 @ QEO Bendigo

Western Australia - 11.7.73 wdb South Australia - 10.18.78 @ Subiaco

Season 15 - Series 10[edit]

Teams have started gathering for post S15 - Series X of the SFA State of Origin.

Allies[2] (Captain: PVF)

NSW&ACT[3] (Co-Captains: Gee Dub & Pantskyle)

South Australia[4] (Captain: Jonts*)

Vic Country[5] (Captain: ClarkeM)

Vic Metro[6] (Captain: Eth)

Western Australia[7] (Captain: Ljp86)


(Possibly Queensland[8] but they are likely to merge with Allies)

*Couldn't confirm Jonts as Captain

Teams[edit]

Current Teams[edit]

Previous Teams[edit]

Championship Winning Teams[edit]

Match records[edit]

  • 'Highest score: 'Western Australia 24.25.169 (Series 4) vs. South Australia
  • Lowest score: Vic Metro 6.3.39 (Series 7) vs. Western Australia
  • 'Highest losing score:' South Australia 16.13.109 (Series 4) vs. Western Australia
  • 'Lowest winning score:' Western Australia 6.17.53 (Series 5) vs. Vic Metro
  • Biggest winning margin:
  • Biggest losing margin:

Records set by players[edit]

  • Most matches:
  • Most goals in history:
  • Most goals in a carnival:
  • Most goals in a match:
  • Most Best and Fairest awards:
  • Most Dream Team points in history:
  • Most Dream Team points in a carnival:
  • Most Dream Team points in a match:

References[edit]