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    Default QCUP Round 7: BURLEIGH BEARS v MACKAY CUTTERS

    BURLEIGH BEARS v MACKAY CUTTERS
    Pizzey Park on Sunday, April 13 - 2pm* (Live on Channel 9)
    Referee: Chris Butler
    Head to Head: Mackay 7 Burleigh 4 Drawn 1
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    Mackay Cutters enter Sunday’s “must-win” match without skipper Tyson Martin who is serving a one match suspension for striking. NQ Cowboy John Asiata comes into the starting side for a Cutters outfit which will receive some simple instructions from coach Kim Williams. “We just need to hang onto the footy,” Williams said. “Last week we had six incomplete sets in a row during the second half. “That is the game, Tweed scored off the back of that. We just need to be better with our ball control.” The Cutters are undefeated in their last four games against Burleigh (3 wins, 1 draw), but the Bears have the home ground advantage and are coming off a strong second-half display against the Sunshine Coast last week. Burleigh scored 24 unanswered points in the final 40 minutes of their round six match against a committed Falcons team. Bears centre Khan Ahwang – the competition’s leading points scorer – kicked five goals in that match to take his season tally to 74 points.

    ‘Dobbo’ says: Last year’s premiers desperately need this game. They had a couple of tough losses and last week against the Tweed has really hurt them. However, they’re on TV this week and that normally brings form reversals. Burleigh’s Steve Michaels is playing some great football and is pressing for a spot with the Titans. Hard one to pick. Mackay Cutters by 6.

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    Watched this game on 9, with interest on having a look at ah wang, could be a great footballer with the right coaching, has got one of the biggest kicks you will see every penalty instead of making the normal 20 metres this blokes makes you 40 to 50 metres really helped out the bears. Mark Ioane was the standout though played huge minutes and every time he ran the ball made great ground a really impressive display.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonegull View Post
    Watched this game on 9, with interest on having a look at ah wang, could be a great footballer with the right coaching, has got one of the biggest kicks you will see every penalty instead of making the normal 20 metres this blokes makes you 40 to 50 metres really helped out the bears. Mark Ioane was the standout though played huge minutes and every time he ran the ball made great ground a really impressive display.
    Totally agree with everything you said. Ioane was a deserving man of the match. Beddow and Jacks look to be combining well in the halfs. What did you think of Likiliki's performance, is that normal from him?


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