Queensland Maroons

Queensland Maroons
Queensland Maroons

Queensland Maroons have a Starscore of 244,649 and are No.35972 today on the Global social media chart

With a total of 35,462 Twitter followers and 760,468 Facebook fans. Today Queensland Maroons gained 22 Twitter followers and gained 140 Facebook fans. Their social media ranking has moved up 4 places in the daily Rugby League Chart to no.17 and remains at no.2 in the all time Rugby League Chart.

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The Queensland rugby league team have represented the Australian state of Queensland in rugby league football since the sport's beginnings there in 1908. Nicknamed the "Maroons" after the colour of their jersey, the team is captained by Cameron Smith and coached by Mal Meninga. Administered by the Queensland Rugby League, the team plays all of its home matches at Brisbane's Lang Park. Since 1982 Queensland's Maroons have played almost exclusively in Australia's annual three-match State of Origin series against neighbouring state and arch-rivals New South Wales. Both teams are purely representative, with players in modern times primarily chosen from clubs in the National Rugby League. There has been one player chosen from Europe's Super League – Allan Langer for Game III 2001. The Maroons are the current State of Origin champions, having won seven Origin series in succession including a 3–0 whitewash in 2010. The Maroons have continued their recent success with a 18-10 win over New South Wales in Game I of the 2012 series, they failed to win Game II going down to New South Wales 16-12, but won Game III 21-20 to win the 2012 State Of Origin Series 2–1 thanks to a field goal by Cooper Cronk in the 74th minute.