The 1995 State of Origin series was the 14th time that the annual three-game series between the Queensland and New South Wales representative rugby league football teams was contested entirely under 'state of origin' selection rules. Due to the Australian Rugby League's ongoing conflicts with Super League, they ruled that no Super League-aligned players were eligible for State of Origin selection in 1995. This appeared to hurt Queensland more than New South Wales, eliminating Queensland's mostly Brisbane Broncos star-studded back line, and they were not widely expected to win the 1995 series. However, they managed to win 3-0, their first series win since 1991. Novice Queensland coach Paul Vautin made only one player change to his squad during the three game series.This series once again sa

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  • Die State of Origin Series 1995 waren die 16. Ausgabe des Rugby-League-Turniers State of Origin. Es bestand aus drei Spielen, die zwischen dem 15. Mai und dem 12. Juni stattfanden. Queensland gewann die Series 3-0. (de)
  • The 1995 State of Origin series was the 14th time that the annual three-game series between the Queensland and New South Wales representative rugby league football teams was contested entirely under 'state of origin' selection rules. Due to the Australian Rugby League's ongoing conflicts with Super League, they ruled that no Super League-aligned players were eligible for State of Origin selection in 1995. This appeared to hurt Queensland more than New South Wales, eliminating Queensland's mostly Brisbane Broncos star-studded back line, and they were not widely expected to win the 1995 series. However, they managed to win 3-0, their first series win since 1991. Novice Queensland coach Paul Vautin made only one player change to his squad during the three game series.This series once again saw State of Origin football venture to Melbourne, after an enthusiastic Melbourne crowd packed the MCG to watch game two of the 1994 series. Although the crowd in Melbourne was not as high as 1994's then-record origin crowd of 87,161, it was still a runaway success, attracting 52,994 spectators and furthering the case for a first grade team in Melbourne. Brisbane Broncos coach Wayne Bennett had originally been appointed as Qld coach for 1995 taking over from Wally Lewis. However, as the Broncos were aligned with Super League, and due to the enforced unavailability of the Maroons star players, many of whom were Broncos, Bennett stepped down from the job claiming that Qld would be uncompetitive without its SL players and Paul Vautin, who had played 22 Origin games for Qld between 1982 and 1990 (including two games as captain in the absence of Lewis), was brought in to replace him. (en)
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  • Die State of Origin Series 1995 waren die 16. Ausgabe des Rugby-League-Turniers State of Origin. Es bestand aus drei Spielen, die zwischen dem 15. Mai und dem 12. Juni stattfanden. Queensland gewann die Series 3-0. (de)
  • The 1995 State of Origin series was the 14th time that the annual three-game series between the Queensland and New South Wales representative rugby league football teams was contested entirely under 'state of origin' selection rules. Due to the Australian Rugby League's ongoing conflicts with Super League, they ruled that no Super League-aligned players were eligible for State of Origin selection in 1995. This appeared to hurt Queensland more than New South Wales, eliminating Queensland's mostly Brisbane Broncos star-studded back line, and they were not widely expected to win the 1995 series. However, they managed to win 3-0, their first series win since 1991. Novice Queensland coach Paul Vautin made only one player change to his squad during the three game series.This series once again sa (en)
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