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  1. #271
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    Powerful Goodna Black U14 centre Faits Tupai has been as good a player that I have seen in the Ipswich Rugby League U14 competition and through the first twelve rounds is the competitions leading try scorer with 16 tries from just eight games for a 200% strike rate.

    Faits Tupai had a huge match against Redbank Red in Round Ten scoring six tries and kicking four conversions for an individual points haul in that match alone of 32.

    He has also scored hat tricks against the Springfield Panthers and Norths Blue and recorded a double against Goodna Blue.

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    Young Marist Saints centre Deine Reuben Mariner was an impressive performer for the Saints side that won the Auckland Open U16 Grand Final on the weekend and scored a powerful try in the second half.

    In 2019 Deine Reuben Mariner also played some representative rugby league including playing for the Auckland Vulcans U16 side against a Future Warriors U16 selection.

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    Probably.the best player on the field in the Auckland U16 Open Grand Final was Marist Saints hooker Stanley Iongi

    In addition to scoring two second half tries in the Grand Final he was a constant menace running out of dummy half.

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    Norths Ipswich U14 centre Mutua Brown scored a hat in Round 13 last Friday as Norths defeated Springfield 30-6 and has now scored 16 tries from nine matches this season.

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    Dalby centre James Heinrich is having an outstanding season in the Toowoomba Rugby League U18 competition including scoring a hat trick on the weekend against Gatton in Week One of the finals series.

    To date in the 2019 Toowoomba Rugby League U18 competition (including Sunday’s Week One final) he has scored 27 tries from just 17 matches.

    James Heinrich has scored four tries in a match on three occasions being against Goondiwindi, Oakey and Toowoomba Valleys as well as hat tricks against Brothers, Highfields and Sunday’s final.

    This season he has also played two Reserve Grade matches and made his Toowoomba Rugby League First Grade debut against Warwick in early July and also played in First Grade the following week against Toowoomba Valleys.

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    He may be linked to Parramatta but if 17 year old five eight Joshua Chappell ever is gettable then the Titans should pounce.

    He started the 2019 season off playing for the Western Mustangs in the MM Cup competition starting the opening four rounds at half and kicked 12 goals from 14 attempts (85.71%) including five from five in Round Two against the Northern Pride.

    In the Toowoomba Rugby League U18 competition Joshua Chappell has played just seven matches but has to date scored 94 points from four tires and 39 goals, including two tries and six goals in Dalby’s U18 semi-final victory 40-22 against Gatton.

    His other two U18 tries have come against Wattles and South Burnett.

    With the boot he kicked 12 goals against Wattles in May (also scoring a try for a 28 point haul) and in addition to Sunday’s semi-final win has six goals in a match on three other occasions being against South Burnett, Highfields and Souths.

    Joshua Chappell has also played one Reserve Grade match this season and at just 17 years old made his Toowoomba Rugby League First Grade debut against Oakey in June, scoring in that match as well.

    Joshua Chappell has gone on to play an additional five First Grade matches and also scored against Goondiwindi.

    Joshua Chappell has also kicked nine goals in First Grade including three in matches against Pittsworth and Goondiwindi.

    It is scary to think that he is still U18 eligible in 2020.

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    Norths Ipswich outside back Rorie Groth-Hamilton is having a very good season in the Ipswich Rugby League U16 competition and through his first 13 matches has already scored fourteen tries.

    His finish to the season has been exception including scoring 12 of his tries in his last seven matches including hat tricks in Rounds 11 and 12 against Brothers Ipswich and Redbank respectively.

    He has also scored doubles this season against Brothers Ipswich and Fassifern and also scored against the Goodna Eagles, West End Bulldogs, Rosewood Roosters and Springfield Panthers.

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    North Tamworth Bears U18 five eight Brayden Reid has had a good 2019 season in the Group Four competition ending the regular season as one of the competition’s leading try scorers with twelve tries from just eleven matches including a hat trick against the Kootingal Moonbi Roosters and doubles against the Narrabri Blues and Dungowan Cowboys.

    Earlier this season he also played five matches for the Greater Northern Tigers in the U18 Laurie Daley Cup competition.

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    Fullback Deacon Sankey has been one of the better players running around in the Group Four U18 competition the last couple of season and this year has progressed his game to the stage where he performed well across all three senior grades in the Group Four competition.

    In the Group Four U18 competition he has played in eight matches scoring 11 tries including four in a match against the Kootingal Moonbi Roosters, a hat trick against the Narrabri Blues and also a double against the Blues.

    He has also played in five Group 4 Reserve Grade matches including scoring an impressive five tries in his last Reserve Grade match in late July against the Werris Creek magpies.

    Deacon Sankey made his Group 4 First Grade debut in May against the Dungowan Cowboys and has also played against the Narrabri Blues (one try) and the Boggabri Roos a match which saw him score a double.

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    Glenn Innes U18 fullback Dale Smith had had a big season in the Group 19 competition in both the U18 and First Grade ranks.

    In the Group 19 U18 competition, Dale Smith finished as the competitions equal leading try scorer with 11 tries with those coming in just ten matches.

    He scored doubles against Tingha, Armidale, the Moree Boomerangs and the Moree Boars. His other two tries came in matches against Tingha and Armidale.

    Dale Smith made his Group 19 First Grade debut in May against the Moree Boomerangs scoring to cap off the day.

    He went on to play eight First Grade matches scoring a hat trick against the Armidale Rams and also scoring in another match against the Rams.

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    17 year old Gunnedah hooker Liam Ireland has had a 2019 to remember moving through the grades in the Group Four competition all of the way to recently make his Group Four First Grade debut.

    He started the season off in the Gorup Four U18 competition playing nine matches to date and scoring against the Kootingal Moonbi Roosters in two separate matches and the Dungowan Cowboys.

    His promotion to the Group Four Reserve Grade competition came in mid May against the Kootingal Moonbi Roosters including scoring on debut. Liam Ireland has gone on to play in an additional six Reserve Grade matches scoring a double against the North Tamworth Bears and also scoring against the Manilla Tigers and Werris Creek Magpies.

    Liam Ireland made his Goup Four First Grade debut against Werris Creek in late July once again scoring on debut. Since then he has played an additional three First Grade matches and scoring his second Group Four First Grade try last weekend against North Tamworth.

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    BBC outside centre and Queensland U18 Rugby League representative Jake Howarth was simply outstanding this afternoon scoring three tries but BBC went down 23-20 to the Southport School (TSS).

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    Joshua Chappell proved the difference in the Toowoomba Rugby League U18 semi-final this afternoon, kicking four from four for dalby as they defeated Toowoomba Souths 24-20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdrew View Post
    BBC outside centre and Queensland U18 Rugby League representative Jake Howarth was simply outstanding this afternoon scoring three tries but BBC went down 23-20 to the Southport School (TSS).
    No chance of getting him away from the Storm.

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    In the Group Four U18 competition this season probably the best centre on display was Narrabri’s Kaleb McMillan-Bassett who at the start of this season also played in five matches for the Greater Northern Tigers in the U18 Laurie Daley Cup competition.

    In the Group Four U18 competition he is one of the leading try scorers in the competition scoring nine tries from ten matches, including doubles against the Kootingal Moonbi Roosters and Dungowan Cowboys.

    Kaleb McMillan-Bassett also played in seven Group Four First Grade matches making his debut in late May against the North Tamworth Bears and scoring his first First Grade try a fortnight ago against the Dungowan Cowboys.


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