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    highlights from the titans northern rivers u18s https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2020/0...ohns-cup-rd-3/

    titans game first for 10 mins, tom weaver looking good im surprised he didnt play MM for tweed

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    Thomas Weaver is U18 eligible as well in 2021 and is from Cudgen so him playing for the Northern Rivers Titans is a good fit for this season.

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    highlights from the titans northern rivers u18s https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2020/0...ohns-cup-rd-3/

    titans game first for 10 mins, tom weaver looking good im surprised he didnt play MM for tweed

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    u16s CRL highlights https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2020/0...hns-cup-rd-32/

    junior pathways looking good from the northern rivers

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    Another intriguing Keebra Park recruit for the upcoming season is former Kirwan State High School front rower Kaya Anapa.

    In 2019 Kaya Anapa was a key member of Kirwan’s Queensland GIO Cup Final win over Marsden State High School and also their GIO Cup National Final 16 – 10 win over Westfield Sports High, scoring in both Final’s victories.

    In addition to playing for Keebra Park in the Langer and GIO Cups in 2020, Kaya Anapa will line up for the Easts Tigers in the MM Cup competition.

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    Codey McLaughlin is part of the Tweed Heads Seagulls U20 Hastings Deering’s Colts for the second season in a row this season.

    He deservedly started the 2019 season with the Tweed Heads Seagulls Hastings Deering’s Colts squad playing in all twenty of Tweed Heads matches including their Elimination Final loss to Mackay, splitting time between starting on the bench and starting in the front row for the Seagulls.

    Codey McLaughlin started the first two rounds of the season from the interchange bench before moving into the starting side for Round Three against Burleigh and also started in the front row in Round Five against Wynnum Manly.

    Codey McLaughlin’s first Colts try of the season came in Round Four against Central Queensland and he also scored in Round Eleven when he followed through a short attacking kick out of dummy half from Josh Sexton to dive on the ball near the touch in goal.

    In a Hastings Deering’s Colts bye week, Codey McLaughlin started from the bench and scored for Runaway Bay as they defeated Southport 40-26 in Round Seven of the Gold Coast Rugby League U20 competition.

    His try was a good one too, late in the second half, Cody McLaughlin took a hit up to the left of the play the ball around ten metres out from the Southport line. It looked for all money that he was held and he even got his right arm free over his head looking to offload (he had be turned around and was facing his own try line), but instead he spun around breaking away from the three defenders that had hold of him to crash over.

    Codey McLaughlin also scored in Round Twelve of the GCRL U20 competition matches when he scored out wide on the left side of the field untouched after some good work inside of him after starting the match in the front row.

    Codey McLaughlin was part of the 2018 Tweed Heads Seagulls MM side and post that competition has played in the GCRL U19, Doug Lipp Cup and First Grade competitions for Runaway Bay.

    In the 2018 MM Cup competition for Tweed Heads, Codey McLaughlin played in five matches starting all five from the interchange bench and scoring twice. Codey McLaughlin’s first try came in Round Two against Victoria and he followed that with a try in Round Five against the Townsville Blackhawks.

    For the 2019 U19 Runaway Bay side post the MM Cup competition Codey McLaughlin played in twelve regular season matches scoring six tries. Codey McLaughlin scored a Round Fourteen double against Mudgeeraba and also scored in Round Fifteen against Burleigh and well as in Round Seventeen against Beaudesert. Earlier in the season Codey McLaughlin scored against Bilambil and Ormeau to round out his seasons try scoring.

    In the Doug Lipp Cup competition for Runaway Bay Cody McLaughlin played five regular season matches including starting Round Sixteen against Helensvale in the second row and Round Seventeen in the centres against Beaudesert, debuting against Currumbin and April.

    Codey McLaughlin scored two regular season Doug Lipp Cup tries including scoring in just his second game at that level against Tugun and also scored in his starting debut against Helensvale in Round Sixteen.

    In Week One of the GCRL Finals series, Codey McLaughlin started in the second row as well as scoring for Runaway Bay in their 40 – 12 win over Burleigh in the Doug Lipp Cup competition.

    In Week Two of the GCRL Finals series, Codey McLaughlin started in the second row for Runaway Bay once again in their 25 – 4 win against Beaudesert.

    Codey McLaughlin also started in the second row for Runaway Bay in the Doug Lipp Cup Preliminary Final against Currumbin with Runaway Bay going down by a solitary point 17 – 16 in a hard fought contest.

    Codey McLaughlin made his deserved GCRL First Grade debut in late June coming off the bench for Runaway Bay against Tugun.

    Codey McLaughlin played the 2017 season with the Helensvale Hornets in the GCRL U17 Division One competition including starting at five eight in Helensvale’s 34 – 20 Grand Final victory over Ormeau. Over the course of the U17 Division One 2017 season Codey McLaughlin played in thirteen matches scoring four tries in the process with the tries coming against Southport, Mudgeeraba, Runaway Bay and Burleigh.

    For Gold Coast Green in the CC Cup competition in 2016, Codey McLaughlin played in all eight matches, starting the seven regular season games at right centre, but he started the quarter final on the right wing. Over the course of the CC season he scored three tries which came against the Easts Tigers in Rounds One and Six and also against Toowoomba in their quarter final loss, he also kicked two conversions in a Round Two win against local rivals Gold Coast White.

    In addition in 2016 Codey McLaughlin also represented South East Queensland White in the Queensland Age Championships at the U16 level, and on Day Two scored a try and kicked two conversions in a win against South East Queensland Green and on Day Three kicked three conversions in a big 42-24 victory over the Northern Marlins.

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    The Tino Fa’asuamaleaui 2021 watch:

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui started from the bench in the Storms final 2020 NRL trial against North Queensland last Saturday running for 110 metres (forty five post contact), broke a tackle, played the ball at an average speed of 3.79 seconds and made twenty two tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

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    Tanu Nona started at hooker for the Northern Rivers Titans in Round Three of the U16 Andrew Johns Cup against the Central Coast Roosters on Saturday and for me was close to if not the Titans best in their 28 – 22 victory, scoring a try and having a big hand in another.

    Tanu Nona’s try was an outstanding individual effort in the first half. With the Central Coast defence back peddling Tanu Nona exploded out of dummy half to the right of the play the ball around about twenty five metres out from the line and was just too quick and strong for the Central Coast defence, scoring near the left upright.

    In the second half, Tanu Nona ran out of dummy half to the right of the half the ball and was able to get a one armed (right arm) pass away to Michael Roberts whilst engaged with the defensive line to send Michael Roberts away down the right side of the field from his second try

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    Runaway Bay junior and Coombabah State High School student Beau Liddle has been named in the 2020 Gold Coast Vikings U16 Training Squad.

    In 2019 Beau Liddle represented Queensland White at the U15 ASSRL School Boy Championships.

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    Former Townsville Brothers half Jaxon Yow had a successful first season on the Gold Coast for Runaway Bay in the U15 Division One competition and with his selection in the 2020 Gold Coast Vikings U16 Training Squad, 2020 is looking like 2020 will be the same.

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    Keebra Park student Haysely MacDonald has been selected in the 2020 Gold Coast Vikings U16 Training Squad.

    In 2018 Haysley MacDonald represented Queensland Maori at the QPIIC Carnival.

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    Runaway Bay’s Jack McKenzie has been named in the 2020 Gold Coast Vikings U16 Training Squad.

    After representing ABF Academy at the Murri Carnival, Jack McKenzie was named on the bench for the 2020 Queensland Murri U16 side.

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    Fresh off an a great first season on the Gold Coast that saw former Wellington Orca’s lock/front rower Junior Daniels score eighteen tries in fourteen matches for Mudgeeraba in the U15 Division Two competition for Mudgeeraba, Junior Daniels has been named in the 2020 Gold Coast Vikings U16 Training Squad.

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    An impressive outside back to look out for in the 2020 Gold Coast Vikings U16 Training Squad is Helensvale’s Kasey Kopua, who in 2018 was named in the 2018 South East Queensland U14 representative side.

    In 2019 Kasey Kopua played for the Hornets in the GCRL U15 Division One competition.

    In addition to rugby league Kasey Kopua plays rugby, in 2019 being named in the Queensland Blue U15 Gold Coast side and also playing for the Southport School (TSS) in the GPS U15A school boy rugby competition.

    For TSS Kasey Kopua started the majority of rounds at inside centre (No.12) scoring in Round Two against Anglican Church Grammar School and Round Eight against Ipswich Grammar School. In addition Kasey Kopua kicked four conversions in Round Six against Brisbane Boys College (BBC) and two conversions in Round Five against Brisbane Grammar School.

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    Luke Jurd joined the Tweed Heads Seagulls Queensland Cup squad for the 2019 season after spending a number of seasons with the Cronulla Sharks in their lower grades including the now defunct NYC competition.

    Luke Jurd’s first official hit out of the 2020 season came when he started at half for the Seagulls in their Queensland Cup trial win over the Souths Logan Magpies at Tugun in mid-February.

    Luke Jurd also started at half for the Tweed Heads A Grade side in their late February trial against the Burleigh Bears.

    Luke Jurd came into the Tweed Heads Queensland Cup side in Round Nine of 2019 starting at five eight against Norths after being named on extended benches in previous rounds.

    In total in the Queensland Cup for Tweed Heads, Luke Jurd played in twelve matches, including starting six matches at five eight, four at half and the remainder from the interchange bench scoring a single try in the process which came against Wynnum Manly in Round Sixteen.

    Luke Jurd played 751 minutes, running for 687 metres (57.3 metres per game), made 163 tackles (12.6 tackles per game), forced six line drops outs, had four try assists, broke the line on three occasions, had twenty tackle breaks and kicked for 1 426 metres (118.83 metres per game) including kicking for 412 metres in Tweeds Elimination Final loss to Redcliffe.

    Luke Jurd started the 2019 season playing for Currumbin in the Gold Coast Rugby League First Grade competition, and in Round One against Southport, started at half and scored a try and kicked three from three.

    Luke Jurd operated primarily on the right side for Currumbin and his try came from a dummy and run from around ten metres out from the Southport line as he dragged two defenders over the line with him.

    In total for Currumbin in the 2019 GCRL First Grade competition Luke Jurd played in five matches starting the vast majority of those at half or five eight and scoring eighteen points from three tries and three goals.

    Luke Jurd’s tries came against Southport, Burleigh and Tugun and all three of his goals coming in an early season match against Southport.

    In 2018, Luke Jurd played for the Cronulla Sharks U20 Jersey Flegg side, playing in every match that Cronulla were involved in being twenty matches including four finals matches, including starting the Grand Final that Cronulla won 22 – 12 against Penrith from the interchange bench.

    Luke Jurd started Cronulla’s first twelve matches at five eight before moving to the interchange bench for Cronulla’s remaining twelve 2018 matches including their four finals matches.

    Coming off the interchange bench, Luke Jurd played a variety of positions including in the halves, hooker and even spent some time in the backrow for the Cronulla Sharks.

    Luke Jurd scored two 2018 U20 Jersey Flegg tries, the first coming in Round Thirteen against the Canterbury Bulldogs and the second in Round Twenty Four against the Wests Tigers.

    Late in 2018 Luke Jurd toured South Africa with the Australian Universities Rugby League side and scored in their first tour match against a West Province XIII side in Cape Town in a big 72 – 6 Australian Universities victory.

    Luke Jurd was part of the New South Wales University side that were beaten by Queensland Universities 52 – 12 earlier in 2018 but played well enough to be selected in the Australian side alongside his brother as one of only a handful of New South Welshmen in the Australian side.

    In 2017 Luke Jurd was in fact named to make his New South Wales Intrust Super Cup debut with the Newtown Jets but unfortunately had to withdraw from the match late in the week due to injury


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