Discussion in 'QRL Competitions' started by mikail-eagle, Jun 5, 2017.
Points Ladder after Round 18
1. North Devils Vs South Logan Magpies
2. Tweed Heads Seagulls Vs Burliegh Bears
3. East Tigers Vs Ipswich Jets
I will be at Langlands today! Cant wait.
Full results from round 19
15.07. 19:00 Redcliffe Dolphins 12 Wynnum Manly Seagulls 13
15.07. 18:00 Mackay Cutters 38 Central Capras 20
15.07. 18:00 Townsville Blackhawks 32 Northern Pride 10
16.07. 15:00 Easts Tigers 24 Ipswich Jets 20
16.07. 14:00 Tweed Heads Seagulls 22 Burleigh Bears 30
16.07. 13:40 Norths Devils 18 Souths Logan Magpies 19
Points Ladder after Round 19
Round 20 Results
1. Ipswich Jets 22 Townsville Blackhawks 20
2. Central Capras 6 Redcliffe Dolphins 42
3. Wynnum Manly Seagulls 16 Northern Pride 40
4. PNG Hunters 22 Mackay Cutters 22
5. Burleigh Bears 32 Sunshine Coast Falcons 26
6. Souths Logan Magpies 32 Tweed Heads Seagulls 18
7. Easts Tigers 34 Norths Devils 12
Table after Round 20
29.07. 15:00 Ipswich Jets vs Northern Pride
29.07. 17:45 Burleigh Bears vs Townsville Blackhawks
29.07. 18:00 Central Capras vs Sunshine Coast Falcons
30.07. 13:40 Redcliffe Dolphins vs PNG Hunters (Channel 9 game )
30.07. 15:00 Wynnum Manly Seagulls vs Easts Tigers
Results for Round 21
Central Capras 26 Sunshine Coast Falcons 44
Burleigh Bears 28 Townsville Blackhawks 22
Ipswich Jets 32 Northern Pride 22
Wynnum Manly Seagulls 22 Easts Tigers 6
Redcliffe Dolphins 28 PNG Hunters 12
Nothing prettier than beating Easts.
I must admit I was expecting something like this..
To be honest a good win to you, but the Easts side was a very mixed up one.
Credit where credits due though, Wynnum deserved the win
Thank you for the p
Thanks for the points table upgrade.
I was tipping Wynnum all week to any one who would listen. They were bound to bounce back after a poor effort last week and Easts were due for a flat day after five wins. They haven't played that many Sunday afternoon games at Kougari this year so it was always going to be a big one.
Don't know about Easts being mixed up, Wynnum had their umpteenth halves pairing of the year and even that changed again when Nona got hurt with 20 to go. Also had Funaki suspended (no surprise there) so a couple of "no names' really stood up.
Full Round 22 Results
PNG Hunters 20 Ipswich 4
Northern Pride 24 Souths Logan 28
Mackay Cutters 30 Sunshine Coast Falcons 26
Central Capras 14 Townsville Blackhawks 26
Easts Tigers 44 Tweed Heads 4
Norths Devils 24 Redcliffe Dolphins 44
Wynnum Manly Seagulls 22 Burleigh Bears 38
Points Ladder after Round 22
Easts are my tip to take the title. A mere hiccup against the Seagulls a fortnight ago.
As much as Id like it - I dont think Easts can do it this year.
Didnt we do projected line ups right back at the beginning of the year? I have a vague recollection of it - or was that last year? have to have a look...
It really depends if Melbourne get injuries. Croft and Walters in the halves with Nate Myles up front. Tigers for premiers. Sunny Coast seem to be faltering.
BTW, where has Shaun Nona been all year. Only seen him listed for the Gulls in the last couple of weeks.
Met him yesterday. Seems to be in good spirits.
Jets star grounded in PNG after breaking eye socket
RUGBY LEAGUE: Ipswich Jets playmaker Luke Capewell remains in Papua New Guinea after fracturing his eye socket in Saturday's clash with the PNG Hunters.
The 28-year-old former NRL star could be staying in Port Moresby for a few more days, along with club physiotherapist Carly Leisemann.
The Jets flew home on Sunday morning after their 20-4 loss to the Hunters without Capewell.
Jets CEO Jason Cubit explained to the QT why Capewell had to stay in PNG.
"Luke fractured his eye socket but we needed that confirmed, so on Saturday night after the game we went to the hospital and got a CT scan done," Cubit said.
"The scan confirmed the fracture of the eye socket and the bone next to your nose which is called the maxilla.
"With the risks of flying with a fracture we didn't want to put him on the plane on Sunday morning.
"We have sought advice from a doctor who is an expert with Medivac and flying with injuries.
"We are waiting on a full CT scan report from the hospital in PNG so we can send it on to the doctor in order to get a clearance to fly.
"Our physio Carly is still waiting on the report. They may be there for the week until it is safe to fly, possibly coming home on Saturday."
Leisemann and Capewell are staying at a hotel in Port Moresby and Cubit said the Hunters and the QRL had assisted with accommodation and medical costs.
"It is not ideal for him to stay up there but we obviously didn't want to take any risks," Cubit said.
"Luke is OK but with an injury like that he is feeling quite numb in the face.
"He has had issues flying before when he had a perforated ear drum when he was playing in the NRL."
Cubit said Capewell and Leisemann had support around them.
"Carly's cousin lives in Port Moresby and is helping her," he said.
"I think they are going to have a look at a nature reserve today so they will keep busy while they are there. They are talking about checking out of the hotel and staying with Carly's cousin if they have to stay for a few days."
The Jets have this weekend off for the bye round before finishing with two home games against Mackay and the CQ Capras.
The Mackay clash at North Ipswich Reserve on August 19 will double as the Jets' Old Boys day, a much anticipated annual event on the club's calender.
The August 26 clash with the Capras will be played at Gatton.
Rugby League Ipswich has North Ipswich Reserve booked for finals that weekend and Cubit said the Jets were looking forward to a "mini Country Week" at Gatton.
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