State of Origin team line ups and goals

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There's a simple explanation for the puzzling 1995 situation. Brother Gilbert played, it wasn't Adrian. Obviously post #30 has A.McADAM which has caused the confusion. Gilbert was named in the squad, Adrian wasn't according to the Football Record for the game.

This is from page 26 of the 1995 Rd. 12 Football Record:-
Most Kicks — The Allies
Nathan Buckley 23
Paul Williams 16
Darrin Pritchard 16
Don Pyke 16
Paul Kelly 15
Gavin Crosisca 15

Most Marks — The Allies
Paul Williams 9
Gilbert McAdam 8
Don Pyke 7

Most Handballs — The Allies
Gilbert McAdam 15
Don Pyke 14
Paul Kelly 11
Ryan O'Connor 11
Gilbert McAdam, not Adrian McAdam, played for the Allies in this game.
Fair enough, must have been a typo on the scoresheet from the earlier post.
 

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So has anyone been able to find the detailed stats for this game? It's the one State of Origin game we are missing.
I seem to have found a team photo for NSW. The team appears to be

Michael WERNER, Craig NETTELBECK, John LONGMIRE, Glen COLEMAN, Bill BROWNLESS, Anthony DANIHER, Michael GAYFER, Darren HOLMES, Troy GRAY, Robbie NEILL, Matthew (Sanford) WHEELER, Tim POWELL, Glen PAGE, Paul KELLY, Andrew THOMPSON (not sure if it's the St.Kilda Thompson or a token local player), Jamie LAWSON, Leon HIGGINS, Dennis CARROLL, Terry DANIHER, Bernard TOOHEY, Neil BRUNTON, Adrian BARICH. COACH: Gary BUCKENARA.


 

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I seem to have found a team photo for NSW. The team appears to be

Michael WERNER, Craig NETTELBECK, John LONGMIRE, Glen COLEMAN, Bill BROWNLESS, Anthony DANIHER, Michael GAYFER, Darren HOLMES, Troy GRAY, Robbie NEILL, Matthew (Sanford) WHEELER, Tim POWELL, Glen PAGE, Paul KELLY, Andrew THOMPSON (not sure if it's the St.Kilda Thompson or a token local player), Jamie LAWSON, Leon HIGGINS, Dennis CARROLL, Terry DANIHER, Bernard TOOHEY, Neil BRUNTON, Adrian BARICH. COACH: Gary BUCKENARA.
Sydney had Andrew Thomson (different spelling for surname) on it's books at the time (1991-1993), and there's little doubt that he played in this game. The Sydney list for 1992 on the old AFL Historical Statistics website shows Andrew Thomson with 1 State of Origin game (for one goal) that year. He played 2 AFL games in 1993, and was recruited from Echuca. The St Kilda player didn't come along until a few years later.
 
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So has anyone been able to find the detailed stats for this game? It's the one State of Origin game we are missing.
Found some footage of the game, from what I can gather from that and an article on the late Troy Clarke here's most of the Queensland squad from that game.

Jason DUNSTALL (C), Gavin CROSISCA, Troy CLARKE, Michael GIBSON, x GRIMLEY, Matthew SIMPSON, Stephen HANDLEY, Stephen WEARNE, David WEARNE, Rod WILLET, Scott McIVOR, Ben STEWART, Matthew KENNEDY, Corey BELL, Steve McLUCKIE, Simon LUHRS, Rudi FRIGO, Darren CARLSON, Tony LYNN, Michael VOSS, 2 others that were apparently not associated with the Bears (there were 9 listed and 5 former bears amongst that 20).
 

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Whilst they're not in positions, I've researched the squads through watching the YouTubes for a few games.

1999 VIC vs SA

VICTORIA
B:
Justin LEPPITSCH, Stephen SILVAGNI, David KING
HB: Rohan SMITH, Anthony KOUTOUFIDES, Wayne CAMPBELL
C: Peter RICCARDI, Brett RATTEN, Scott WEST
HF: Brad JOHNSON, David SCHWARZ, Chris GRANT
F: Nigel LAPPIN, Matthew LLOYD, Andrew THOMPSON
R: Peter EVERITT, Garry HOCKING, Nathan BURKE
INT: Brent HARVEY (Whitten Medallist), Trent CROAD, Angelo LEKKAS, Chad MORRISON, Matthew ALLAN, Andrew LEONCELLI
COACH: Robert WALLS

SOUTH AUSTRALIA
B: Ben HART, Sean WELLMAN, Brett JAMES
HB: Mark RICCIUTO, Darren MEAD (reported for striking, suspended 3 weeks), Byron PICKETT
C: Craig BRADLEY, Todd VINEY, Craig McRAE
HF: Nick DAFFY, Matthew ROBRAN, Scott CAMPOREALE
F: Josh FRANCOU, Luke DARCY, Warren TREDREA
R: Matthew CLARKE, Nigel SMART, Matthew ROGERS
INT: Peter BURGOYNE, Andrew McKAY (Fos Williams Medallist), Tyson EDWARDS, Nick HOLLAND, David PITTMAN, Darryl WAKELIN
COACH: Graham CORNES


1995: VIC vs SA

VICTORIA:
Stephen SILVAGNI, Garry LYON, Tony LOCKETT (Whitten Medal), Gary ABLETT (C), Paul COUCH, David NEITZ, Gary O'DONNELL, Jim STYNES, Nathan BURKE, Anthony STEVENS, Wayne SCHWASS, Michael MANSFIELD, Duncan KELLAWAY, Stewart LOEWE, Damian MONKHORST, Wayne CAMPBELL, Mark BAYES, Garry HOCKING, Matthew KNIGHTS, Brad BOYD, Robert HARVEY, Ang CHRISTOU

SOUTH AUSTRALIA: Richard CHAMPION, Andrew JARMAN, Andrew McKAY, Nigel SMART, Nick DAFFY, Chris McDERMOTT (C), Darren JARMAN, Simon TREGENZA, Gavin WANGANEEN, David PITTMAN, Todd VINEY, Matthew CLARKE, Sean WELLMAN, Paul BULLUSS, Craig BRADLEY, David HYNES, Mark BICKLEY, Martin McKINNON, Scott RUSSELL, Mark RICCIUTO, Ben HART, John PLATTEN


1994: SA vs VIC

SOUTH AUSTRALIA: Andrew JARMAN, Stephen KERNAHAN, Andrew McKAY, Tony MODRA, Nigel SMART, Tony FRANCIS, Troy BOND, Chris McDERMOTT (C), Simon TREGENZA, Gavin WANGANEEN, Darren JARMAN, Todd VINEY, Richard CHAMPION, Darren KAPPLER, David HYNES, Greg ANDERSON, Scott RUSSELL, Mark RICCIUTO, Ben HART, Rod JAMESON, John PLATTEN, Shaun REHN

VICTORIA: Garry LYON (C), Gavin BROWN, Nathan BURKE, Garry HOCKING, Andrew COLLINS, Matthew HOGG, Leon CAMERON, Brad BOYD, Mark MERCURI, Gary ABLETT, Mil HANNA, David CALTHORPE (Whitten Medal), Mark HARVEY, Craig SHOLL, Stephen TINGAY, Danny FRAWLEY (who stayed on the bench all game), Chris GRANT, Stephen SILVAGNI, John BARNES, Chris LANGFORD, Jim STYNES, David NEITZ


1993: SA vs WA

SOUTH AUSTRALIA: Andrew JARMAN, Mark BICKLEY, Andrew McKAY, Tony MODRA, Nigel SMART, Tony FRANCIS, Matthew ROBRAN, Chris McDERMOTT (C), Tony McGUINNESS, Gavin WANGANEEN, Darren JARMAN, Tony HALL, Martin LESLIE, David GRENVOLD, David PITTMAN, Craig BRADLEY, David HYNES, Andrew OBST, Greg ANDERSON, Scott RUSSEL, Ben HART, John PLATTEN

WESTERN AUSTRALIA: Brett HEADY, Dean LAIDLEY, Mark BAIRSTOW, Peter SUMICH, John GASTEV, Brad ROWE, Nicky WINMAR, Darren BEWICK, Peter WILSON, Marcus SEECAMP, Scott WATTERS, Derek KICKETT, Ben ALLAN, Mark ZANOTTI, Peter MATERA, Chris LEWIS, Allen JAKOVICH, Michael CHRISTIAN, John WORSFOLD (C), Alex ISHCHENKO, Glen JAKOVICH, Craig STARCEVICH



And a couple of others in case you're missing them....

1991: SA vs VIC

SOUTH AUSTRALIA: John PLATTEN, Stephen KERNAHAN, Bruce ABERNETHY, Todd VINEY, Chris McDERMOTT, Tony McGUINNESS, Simon TREGENZA, Darren SMITH, Darren JARMAN, Martin LESLIE, Rodney MAYNARD, Andrew ROGERS, Tony FRANCIS, Craig BRADLEY, David HYNES, David KERNAHAN, Michael REDDEN, Mark MICKAN, Greg ANDERSON, Gilbert McADAM, Scott RUSSELL, Grantley FIELKE

VICTORIA: Simon MADDEN, Andrew COLLINS, Alan EZARD, Gary O'DONNELL, Paul COUCH, Ray JENCKE, Craig LAMBERT, Barry MITCHELL, Dale WEIGHTMAN, Gavin BROWN, Mark BAYES, Tony SHAW, Barry STONEHAM, Tim WATSON, Garry LYON, Andrew BEWS, Robert HARVEY, Paul ROOS, Bradley PLAIN, Chris LANGFORD, Stewart LOEWE, Damian BOURKE


1986: SA vs VIC

SOUTH AUSTRALIA: Michael AISH [Norwood] (C), Bruce LINDSAY [Torrens], John PLATTEN [HAW], Tony McGUINNESS [FOOTS], Craig BRADLEY [CARL], Mark NALEY [Sth Adelaide], Grantley FIELKE [West Adelaide], Mark WILLIAMS [COLL], David BOLTON [SYD], Chris McDERMOTT [Glenelg], Keith THOMAS [Norwood], Greg PHILLIPS [COLL], Neil CRAIG [Sturt], Stephen KERNAHAN [CARL], Michael REDDEN [Nth Adelaide], Craig WILLIAMS [West Adelaide], Scott SALISBURY [Glenelg], Matthew CAMPBELL [Nth Adelaide], Greg ANDERSON [Port Adelaide], Max PARKER [Woodville], Grenville DIETRICH [Nth Adelaide]
COACH: Graham CORNES

VICTORIA: Roger MERRETT [ESS] (C), Dale WEIGHTMAN [RICH], Greg WILLIAMS [SYD], Steven CLARK [ESS], Geoff RAINES [ESS], Paul MELDRUM [CARL], Richard LOVERIDGE [HAW], Glenn HAWKER [ESS], Garry FOULDS [ESS], Tom ALVIN [CARL], Peter DEAN [CARL], Mark HARVEY [ESS], Gerard HEALY [SYD], Gary PERT [FITZ], Trevor POOLE [RICH], Robert DiPIEDOMENICO [HAW], Mark YEATES [GEEL], Dermott BRERETON [HAW], Dennis CARROLL [SYD], Kevin WALSH [ESS], Paul SALMON [ESS], Shane HEARD [ESS] (Late replacement for Andrew Bews)
COACH: Kevin SHEEDY


1986: WA vs VIC

WESTERN AUSTRALIA:
Michael MITCHELL, Wayne BLACKWELL, Dwayne LAMB, Dean LAIDLEY, Maurice RIOLI, Phil NARKLE, Andrew MacNISH, Leon BAKER, Brian PEAKE, Peter DAVIDSON, Mark BAIRSTOW, Brad HARDIE, Geoff MILES, Gary BUCKENARA, Rod LESTER-SMITH, Peter WILSON, Shane ELLIS, Paul HARDING, Chris WATERSON, Ross GLENDINNING, Laurie KEENE, Peter SARTORI

VICTORIA: Terry DANIHER (C), Dale WEIGHTMAN, Dennis CARROLL, Garry FOULDS, Robert DiPIERDOMENICO, Brian ROYAL, Gary PERT, Andrew BEWS, Gerard HEALY, Trevor POOLE, Tony MORWOOD, Wayne HARMES, Tom ALVIN, Greg WILLIAMS, Mark THOMPSON, Darren MILLANE, Rick KENNEDY, Paul ROOS, Paul SALMON, Brian TAYLOR, Dermott BRERETON, Justin MADDEN
Peter SARTORI was the player not identified previously - played for Swan Districts under John Todd & went to Carlton. Ron ALEXANDER coached WA and Kevin SHEEDY the Vics.

Brian Peake 7 goals was trumped for Simpson Medal controversially by Brad Hardie, who played on Royal & Weightman when they were resting rovers and they kicked 5 each. Maurice Rioli was also brilliant as was Gary Buckenara, who snapped the match winning goal as the Vics kicked 8 goals with the breeze in final term & nearly stole it after trailing by 4 goals in third term. Hardie also won the Tassie Medal for best player across all state of origin games that season. Dale Weightman won the EJ Whitten Medal as the Vics best.
 

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I'm trying to get my head around Chris Mew kicking 3 goals in a State of Origin game. He played 25 games for the Hawks in '85 and kicked one.
It does seem odd, and this may explain it!: https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/127010056
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It looks like Van Der Haar's 3 goals have been given to the player listed above him!

The AFL Season Guide (1996) shows the same goalkickers for Victoria as the Canberra Times article has.
 

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