Junior Rep Games


State of Origin Rep
Suncorp Stadium
May 6th 2001
Referee: Adam Neale

Queensland 28 (J. Thurston 2, A. Kwong, S. Irwin, D. Watkins tries; Thurston 4 goals) def. New South Wales 14 (R. Cullen, P. Franze, G. Viane tries; L. Milton goal)

1. Mark McManus (East Coast)
2. Simon Phillips (University, Townsville)
3. Brent Tate (Toowoomba Clydesdales)
4. Steve Irwin (Toowoomba Clydesdales)
5. Steve Franciscus (Brisbane Wests)
6. Johnathan Thurston (All Whites, Toowoomba)
7. Marc Fickling (Brisbane Wests)
8. Robert Tanielu (Brisbane Wests)
9. Cameron Smith (Brisbane Norths)
10. Nick Walker (Brisbane Norths)
11. Michael Russo (Brisbane Norths)
12. Dallas Johnson (Brisbane Norths)
13. Nat Volz (Valleys Toowoomba)
14. Aaron Kwong (Valleys, Toowoomba)
15. Ben Czislowski (Brisbane Wests)
16. Derrick Watkins (Townsville Brothers)
17. Aaron Payne (Townsville Centrals)

Coach: Chris Fullarton

1. Nathan Merritt (Souths)
2. Ryan Cullen (St George Illawarra)
3. Gray Viane (Wests)
4. Paul Franze (Newcastle)
5. Luke Milton (Sydney Roosters)
6. Ben Reynolds (Penrith)
7. Steve Witt (Parramatta)
8. Geoff Wilkin (Norths)
9. Brett Finn (Penrith)
10. Garrett Crossman (Penrith)
11. Glen Sedwell (Penrith)
12. Michael Howell (St George Illawarra)
13. Don Dickson (Bulldogs)
14. Roy Friend (Parramatta)
15. Grant Bullpett (Penrith)
16. Matt Hilder (Sharks)
17. Anthony Quinn (Newcastle)

Coach: Shane Flanagan
This was a great game to watch. I pulled out the Junior Roos photo from that year.

Rooney, Thurston, Smith, Tonga, Bird, Watkins, Czislowski, Weyman, Harris, Watmough, Oliver, Seymour, Quinn, Shillington, Rodney, Armit, Lewis and Irwin.


State of Origin Rep
Suncorp Stadium
May 24th 2000
Referee: Gavin Morris

Queensland 19 (S. Irwin 2, J. Thurston tries; D. Campbell 3 goals; M. Daly field goal) def. New South Wales 0

1. Anthony Toby (Yeppoon)
2. Josh McArthur (Redcliffe)
3. Stan Berriman (Burleigh)
4. Steven Irwin (Brothers; Bundaberg)
5. Brenton Bowen (Abergowrie College)
6. Johnathan Thurston (All Whites; Toowoomba)
7. Michael Daly (c) (Redcliffe)
8. Jaiman Lowe (Newtown, Toowoomba)
9. Jacob Walker (Caloundra)
10. Andrew Overend (Logan)
11. Clint Amos (Burleigh)
12. Ben Czislowski (Logan)
13. Ryan Nash (Brothers, Rockhampton)
14. Matt Brown (Nerang)
15. Daniel Jones (Redcliffe)
16. Dane Campbell (Redcliffe)
17. Sam Fillery (Norths, Brisbane)

Coach: Dan Stains

1. David Djukich (Parramatta)
2. Luke Rooney (Penrith)
3. Anthony Quinn (Newcastle)
4. Dayne Neirinckx (Parramatta)
5. Joven Clark (Parramatta)
6. Brett Oliver (Bulldogs)
7. Chris Tyrie (Newcastle)
8. Chris Armit (Parramatta)
9. Nathan Sayhoun (Penrith)
10. Jarrod Dykes (Sharks)
11. Todd Lowrie (Newcastle)
12. Wade Russell (Parramatta)
13. Todd Bates (c) (Parramatta)
14. Channon McAskill (Canberra)
15. Dean Young (Illawarra)
16. Mack Jacques (Newcastle)
17. Edward Sua (Wests)

Coach: Kevin Moore
Dane Campbell on the bench for Qld works for the Storm in recruitment now.


NRL Player
New South Wales vs Queensland Under-19s
Sydney Football Stadium, May 17 1988

Queensland 8 (Ray Gagai, Andrew McCarron tries) defeated New South Wales 4 (Jason Drew try)

QUEENSLAND: Ken Jackson, Ray Gagai, Michael Lalli, Steven Renouf, Andrew Richards, Paul Iles, John Plath, Craig Spark, Andrew Gee, Alan Cann, Andrew McCarron, John Cartwright, Nigel Poletti.
Reserves: Craig Teevan, Brett Gould

NEW SOUTH WALES: Greg Williams, David Skala, Mark Lack, Brett Rodwell, Jason Drew, Brad Godden, Matt Curll, David Barnhill, Scott Hardy, David Fairleigh, Shane Young, William Clarke, Darren Britt.
Reserves: Vince Cubulka, Craig Hancock
Paul Iles was my favourite Broncos junior player. Brilliant to watch

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