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    QRL Queensland Cup 2018

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    Intrust Super Cup Round 1 teams
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    The amount of rugby league talent on show in Round 1 of the Intrust Super Cup is set to provide fans with plenty of excitement as clubs aim to get their season to a winning start.

    There are a number of recruits making their first appearances for their new clubs, with plenty of former NYC Under 20 stars making the move up to play in the statewide competition.

    Sunshine Coast Falcons v Burleigh Bears at Sunshine Coast Stadium on Saturday, March 10 - 1.10pm* (Channel 9 TV game)

    Sunshine Coast Falcons

    1. Ryan Papenhuyzen 2. Matthew Soper-Lawler 3. Justin Olam 4. Jye Ballinger 5. Alexander Copelin 6. Kurt Aldridge 7. Brentt Warr 18. Tui Kamikamica 9. Harry Grant 10. Jacob Hind 11. Dane Hogan 12. Christopher Lewis 13. Harrison Muller 14. Louis Geraghty 15. Lachlan Timm 16. Liam McDonald 17. Lachlan Roe 19. Caleb Daunt 20. Nicholas Timm

    Coach: Craig Ingebrigtsen

    Burleigh Bears

    1. Kurtis Rowe 2. Troy Leo 3. Sami Sauiluma 4. Josh Berkers 5. Henare Wells 6. Dallas Wells 7. Jamal Fogarty 8. Luke Page (c) 9. Pat Politoni 10. Matt White 11. Hayden Schwass 12. Blake Leary 13. Sam Coster 14. Jai Whitbread 15. Josh Ailaomai 16. Dylan Kelly 17. Matt Robinson 18. Chris Law 19. Tyler Sparkes

    Coach: Jim Lenihan

    Mackay Cutters v Townsville Blackhawks at BB Print Stadium, Mackay on Saturday March 10 - 6pm

    Mackay Cutters

    1. Jack Joass 2. Yamba Bowie 3. Nate Saumalu 4. Bennett Leslie 5. Blake Atherton 6. Nicho Hynes 7. Kyle Laybutt 8. Sam Hoare 9. Jack Hickson 10. Nick Brown 11. Mitch Dunn 12. Shane Wright 13. Jardine Bobongie 14. Lona Kaifoto 15. Tyson Martin 16. Jordan Grant 17. Leonati Fetuani 18. Darcy Cox

    Coach: Steve Sheppard

    Townsville Blackhawks

    1. Paul Byrnes 2. Jonathon Reuben 3. Levi Dodd 4. Kalifa FaiFai Loa 5. Michael Carroll 6. Jaelen Feeney 7. Zach Dockar-Clay 8. Rod Griffin 9. Krys Freeman 10. Brendan Santi 11. Jacob Marketo 12. Andrew Niemoeller 13. Joe Boyce 14. Jordan Kenworthy 15. Temone Power 16. Ross Bella 22. Sione Lousi

    Coach: Kristian Woolf

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    Northern Pride v Wynnum Manly Seagulls at Barlow Park on Saturday, March 10 - 6pm

    Northern Pride

    1. Jack Murphy 2. Murray Taulagi 3. Brett Anderson 4. Enari Tuala 5. Justin Castellaro 6. Todd Carney 7. Jake Clifford 8. Darryn Schonig 9. Ryan Ghietti 10. William Bugden 11. Graham Clark 12. Tom Hancock 13. David Murphy 14. Troy Kapea 15. Nathan Wales 16. Emry Pere 17. Colin Wilkie 18. Jordan Biondi-Odo 19. Aidan Day 20. Connor Jones

    Coach: Ty Williams

    Wynnum Manly Seagulls

    1. Patrick Templeman 2. Peter Gubb 3. Jeriah Goodrich 4. Delouise Hoeter 5. Daniel Ogden 6. Shaun Nona 7. Michael Dobson 8. Junior Pita 9. Mitch Cronin 10. Max Elliott 11. Alex Barr 12. Atelea Vea 13. Mitch Frei 14. Jayden Berrell 15. Patrick Carrigan 16. Keenan Palasia 17. Payne Haas 18. Adam Tuimavave-Gerrard

    Coach: Adam Brideson

    CQ Capras v Easts Tigers at Browne Park on Saturday, March 10 - 7pm

    CQ Capras

    1. Zeik Foster 2. Ken Tofilau 3. Connor Broadhurst 4. Nathan Bassani 5. Chanel Seigafo 6. Blake Goodman 7. Jack Madden 8. Bill Cullen 9. Billy Gilbert 10. Phil Nati 11. Dave Cowhan 12. Dave Taylor 13. Jerry Key 14. Aaron Teroi 15. Jamie Hill 16. Brad Lupi 17. Luke George 18. Tyson White 19. Maipele Morseu 20. Jyde Dwyer

    Coach: Kim Williams

    Easts Tigers

    1. Joseph Bond 2. Linc Port 3. Conor Carey 4. Shane Neumann 5. Jarrod McInally 6. Scott Drinkwater 7. Joshua Ralph 8. David Tyrrell 9. Brandon Smith 10. Patrick Kaufusi 11. Jake Foster (c) 12. Brett Greinke 13. Jack Svendsen 14. Jarred Tuite 15. Ashley Little 16. Anton Iaria 17. Harley Aiono 18. James Salter 19. Jack Anderson 20. Christopher Ostwald

    Coach: Scott Sipple

    Redcliffe Dolphins v Souths Logan Magpies at Dolphin Stadium on Sunday, March 11 - 2pm

    Redcliffe Dolphins

    1. Tony Tumusa 2. Josh Beehag 3. Jake Sparey 4. Jeremy Hawkins 5. Curtis Johnston 6. Manaia Rudolph 7. Cameron Cullen 8. Sam Anderson 9. Hugh Pratt 10. Nathan Watts 11. Scott Schulte 12. Jamil Hopoate 13. Samson Graham 14. Toby Rudolf 15. James Taylor 16. Tom Geraghty 17. Sheldon Pitama

    Coach: Adam Mogg

    Souths Logan Magpies

    1. Corey Allan 2. Cameron Booth 3. Marion Seve 4. Scott Doyle 5. Lenny Magey 6. Guy Hamilton 7. Sam Scarlett 8. George Fai 9. Jordan Scott 10. Samuelu Lavea 11. Simione Fatafehi 12. Brendon Gibb 13. Patrick Mago 14. Lane Ferling 15. Phillip Dennis 16. Uiti Baker 17. Thomas Flegler 18. Rhys Melville 19. Luke Archer 20. Benaiah Bowie

    Coach: Jon Buchanan

    Norths Devils v Tweed Heads Seagulls at Bishop Park on Sunday, March 11 - 2pm

    Norths Devils

    1. Jack Ahearn 2. Paul Ulberg 3. Gehamat Shibasaki 4. Luke Ellis 5. Luke Pollock 6. Gary Riccardi 7. Todd Murphy 8. Sam Tagataese 9. Alex Bishop 10. Jamayne Taunoa-Brown 11. Moses Noovao-McGreal 12. Michael Sio 13. John Palavi 14. Calum Gahan 15. Oshae Tuiasau 16. Carne Doyle-Manga 17. Guy Williams

    Coach: Rohan Smith

    Tweed Heads Seagulls

    1. Ali Grant 2. Kiah Cooper 3. Ryland Jacobs 4. Brayden McGrady 5. Tevita Folau 6. AJ Brimson 7. Eli Levido 8. Tristan Lumley 9. Sam Meskell 10. Moeaki Fotuaika 11. Lamar Liolevave 12. Hiale Roycroft 13. Tony Matautia 14. Jenan Parrish 15. Jordan Aiona 16. Jarrod Morfett 17. Sam Saville 18. Theo Hippi 19. Maia Sands 20. Lindon McGrady

    Coach: Ben Woolf

    PNG Hunters v Ipswich Jets at National Football Stadium on Sunday, March 11 - 3pm

    PNG Hunters

    1. Adex Wera 2. Wawa Paul3. Nixon Put 4. Willie Minoga 5. Butler Morris 6. Ase Boas (c) 7. Watson Boas 8. Moses Meninga 9. Wartovo Puara 10. Enock Maki 11. Rhadley Brawa 12. John Andy 13. Adam Korave 14. Charlie Simon 15. McKenzie Yei 16. Edene Gebbie 17. Dilbert Isaac 18. Silas Gahuna 19. Brendon Gotuno 20. Patrick Morea

    Coach: Michael Marum

    Ipswich Jets

    1. Michael Purcell 2. Wesley Conlon 3. Pio Seci 4. Samuel Caslick 5. Richard Pandia 6. Julian Christian 7. Dane Phillips 8. Tyson Lofipo 9. Jayden Connors 10. Nathaniel Neale (c) 11. Ben White 12. Sebastian Pandia 13. Benjamin Shea 14. Christopher Ash 15. Rory Humphreys 16. Rowan Winterfield 17. Mitchell Carpenter

    Coach: Ben Walker and Shane Walker

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    ROUND 1

    Saturday
    1.10pm Sunshine Coast v Burleigh, Sunshine Coast Stadium (live on Ch9). 5pm Wynnum Manly v Pride, Langlands Park. 6pm Mackay v Townsville, BP Print Stadium. 7pm Capras v Easts, Browne Park.

    Sunday
    2pm Redcliffe v Souths Logan, Dolphin Stadium. 2pm Norths v Tweed Heads, Bishop Park. 3pm PNG v Ipswich, Port Moresby.

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    Ready to start 2018 with a BANG!
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    Chairman Bruce Hatcher has today launched an exciting new era of pathway competitions for the Queensland Rugby League.

    Speaking at the 2018 QRL Major Competitions Season Launch at the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), Mr Hatcher welcomed the addition of the new statewide Under 20s competition.

    The inaugural Hastings Deering Colts will kick-off tomorrow with six games spread across the south east, central/north Queensland and Victoria.

    Mr Hatcher said the addition of the Hastings Deering Colts would “strengthen” the QRL’s flagship competition – the Intrust Super Cup.

    “We now have three great competitions to look forward to this year,” Mr Hatcher said.

    “It really is an exciting time to be playing the game with the Mal Meninga Cup (U18s), Hastings Deering Colts and Intrust Super Cup providing the pathway for participants to progress to the NRL and higher representative honours.

    “I’m exceptionally proud of how the Intrust Super Cup has developed – every local ground has character; and the standard of play and professionalism of players and clubs is a credit to all involved.”

    Round 1 of the Intrust Super Cup gets underway tomorrow, with the Sunshine Coast Falcons hosting the Burleigh Bears in front of the Channel 9 cameras (1.10pm kick off).

    PNG Hunters begin their premiership defence with a home match against the unpredictable Ipswich Jets, while the first instalment of this year’s Foley Shield rivalry will feature the Mackay Cutters and Townsville Blackhawks.

    Read the full Round 1 preview here

    The opening round match between the Northern Pride and Wynnum Manly Seagulls has been relocated from Barlow Park to Suzuki Stadium (Langlands Park) due to the heavy rain in Cairns.

    Intrust Super CEO Brendan O’Farrell said he was looking forward to another fantastic year of competition.

    “It’s a true privilege to be able to support the QRL’s efforts to ensure everyone in our city and regional communities can share in the fantastic opportunity to access great footy week-after-week,” Mr O’Farrell said.

    “This year will be an exciting one for Intrust Super. We are building on our strong relationship with the QRL by extending our sponsorship of this great competition for a further five years.

    “The strong partnership has further provided the Fund with an opportunity to grow its pathway into the Origin arena.

    “We look forward to being part of the winning culture that has been developed by the QRL and now present coach Kevin Walters and his support staff over many years.”

    At today’s launch, an inspiring new Hastings Deering Colts advert was unveiled which captures the blood, sweat and tears that go into fulfilling rugby league dreams.

    The broadcast campaign will be matched by signage in key areas throughout Queensland.

    Whether you are on the plains of the Darling Downs, the cane fields of Mackay or the cattle yards of Central Queensland, you’ll be able to find a poster for the Hastings Deering Colts competition in your region.

    Hastings Deering General Manager – People and External Affairs, Vincent Cosgrove said the company was proud to be a sponsor of this new competition that fosters up-and-coming players.

    “As one of the largest employers in Queensland’s regional centres, this competition provides Hastings Deering with another great opportunity to support the local communities in which we work, live and play,” Mr Cosgrove said.

    “Competitive sport positively engages communities on a number of levels, it keeps people fit, encourages teamwork and fair play and brings communities together to watch the games.”

    Mr Cosgrove said this inaugural Hastings Deering Colts competition would provide a unique opportunity through sport to align Queensland’s premier sporting body with Queensland’s favourite machinery company.

    “Whether it is in our workshops or on the footy field, we are committed to making a difference and supporting and fostering the young talent of the future,” Mr Cosgrove said.

    “We strive to bring out the best in our young people and our company values are closely matched to the QRL’s values of Excellence, Inclusiveness, Courage and Teamwork.”

    “It’s a great partnership with the Greatest Game of All and we can’t wait for kick off tomorrow.”

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    QRL Round 1 preview - CLICK HERE

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    Tragic loss of teammate fuels Hunters’ hunger for more glory
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    THE Sunshine Coast Falcons may be motivated by revenge in today’s grand final rematch, but PNG captain Ase Boas says the Hunters are playing for something more meaningful.

    The Hunters made Intrust Super Cup history last year when they claimed their first premiership, beating the Falcons 12-10 in a thrilling showdown at Suncorp Stadium.

    For the Falcons, today’s rematch is a chance for them to enact their revenge. But for PNG, their premiership defence this season has been made all the more important following the tragic loss of former Hunters and Kumuls teammate Kato Ottio, who passed away in January due to heatstroke at age 23.

    Hunters skipper Boas, who played alongside Ottio in last year’s World Cup, said there were three factors pushing PNG this year.

    The first motivation is to prove they can continue to be dominant, even after the loss of several star players, including brothers Stanton and Wellington Albert (Widnes Vikings).

    The second is to show the next generation of players, like Charlie Simon, are just as good as those who have gone before them.

    And finally to play for their “brother, friend and teammate” in Ottio.

    “This season is dedicated to Kato Ottio,” Boas said.

    “Every time we run into a playing field, we all have in the back of our minds that he is with us and we will always play for him. He will always be in our hearts and minds.

    “It is sad to lose a teammate like him … but in order to appreciate his contribution with the team, we need to play hard for him week in, week out.”

    The Hunters missed two weeks of their pre-season to mourn the death of Ottio and have started the Intrust Super Cup season with one win and one loss.

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    Intrust Super Cup: Burleigh take points over Tweed in 32-12 rivalry round win
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    BURLEIGH has taken points in the Intrust Super Cup derby against Tweed, winning 32-12 in the mud at Piggabeen.

    The Bears led 22-0 at halftime but the win did not come easily, with Tweed threatening to come back after scoring twice in the 20 minutes after the break.

    Seagulls half AJ Brimson showed why he is regarded as an NRL player-in-waiting by the Titans after attempting to orchestrate a miracle comeback.

    Brimson put in a neat kick to allow fullback Ali Grant to score minutes after the break and when centre Regan Muir capitalised on a loose carry from Tyronne Roberts-Davis, the home side was within 10 points.

    Burleigh took control again with the help of their experienced hands Luke Page, Pat Politoni, Jamie Dowling and Jamal Fogarty taking charge.

    But it was second-rower Hayden Schwass that stood out, with the Bears capitalising off the back of his strong running and link play.

    Schwass, who trained with the Titans in the off-season, snared man-of-the-match honours for his efforts and said the Bears could not have asked for a better start to the season after winning their first three matches.

    There were plenty of positives for Tweed though.

    While they paid the price for lapses in the shadows of halftime, conceding two tries in three minutes before the break, Ben Woolf’s men were in the game Cheyne Whitelaw was sent to the sin bin inside the final 10 minutes after running in from a distance to join a melee.

    Page sealed the match with a try under the posts in the 75th minute, with Dowling adding another in the 78th minute to blow the scoreline out.

    The Bears host Souths Logan at Pizzey Park next Saturday, with Tweed heading to Papua New Guinea to play on Easter Sunday.

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    Being a Tweed Heads Seagulls supporter has totally sucked for too many years in a row now. I’m already getting a bit antsy with Woolf.


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