QUEENSLAND INTERSTATE UNIFORMS
July 25, 1947 vs New South Wales
June 21, 1947 vs New South Wales
- return to the rugby jersey design previously worn in 1929.
- return to the "Q" previously worn on the jumper front in 1930.
July/August 1947 National Carnival
May 15, 1948 vs New South Wales
July 31, 1948 vs Canberra
- new jumper issued for the National Carnival in Hobart.
- one of the most prominent and unique versions of the "Q" to be worn.
A unique version of the "Q" not worn again.
- a new version of the "Q" that was later used in 1963, 1970 and formed the basis of the QFL monogram worn 1975-79.
- return to a rugby jersey.
- white collar worn for the first time since 1947.
- first use of white cuffs on the long-sleeved Queensland jumper.
- new version of the "Q".
Return to the "Q" first worn 1950-1953.
A new version of the "Q" that was the thinnest of any to appear on the jumper front.
- sleeveless jumpers had become popular at club level during the 1960s, this Queensland State jumper joined the trend.
- larger version of the 1950 "Q" but with the end of the stem flicking-upwards.
- shorts changed to the tighter-fitting style popular throughout the 1970s-1980s.
- new sock design featuring a thin white band top and bottom.
Sole difference from the 1970 uniform was the removal of the "Q" from the jumper front.