Affiliated States Championship
|Affiliated States Championship|
|Sport||Rugby league football|
|Number of teams||4 (current)|
|Champions||Western Australia (2014)|
|Most titles||Western Australia (12 titles)|
The Affiliated States Championship is an annual rugby league competition run by the Australian Rugby League involving the four affiliated states (Victoria, South Australia, Northern Territory and Western Australia) plus the Australian Police and Australian Defence Force.
Following the Championship, a Combined Affiliated States (CAS) representative side is selected from the teams to tour the Pacific islands.
The initial Championship had Australian Capital Territory and Newcastle in it because they were the two strongest competitions outside of the Queensland Rugby League and New South Wales Rugby League.
The Championship resumed in 2003 with just the four Affiliated states. The PRLA Australian team joined the competition in 2005.
|1997||Australian Capital Territory|
2012 Day 1: NT 24 def VIC 14, WA 66 def SA 16 Day 2: NT 30 def SA 6, WA 16 def VIC 6 Day 3: VIC 62 def SA 14, WA 24 def NT 22
2013 Day 1: NT 21 def VIC 0, WA 62 def SA 4 Day 2: NT 38 def SA 0, VIC 23 def WA 12 Day 3: VIC 36 def SA 0, WA 28 def NT 4
2014 Day 1: VIC 26 def NT 10, WA 66 def SA 0 Day 2: NT 60 def SA 0, WA 18 def VIC 6 Day 3: VIC 66 def SA 0, WA 40 def NT 10
- State of Origin
- Rugby league in the Northern Territory
- Rugby league in Victoria
- Rugby league in South Australia
- Rugby league in Western Australia
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