Discussion in 'QRL Competitions' started by Timmah, Dec 10, 2018.
Redcliffe without a win in any grade.
It would appear that the changes to the team worked ME in terms of a better performance and scoring points. Anybody standout for the hunters??
Joe Joshua who was moved from Fullback to left center scored a hatrick.
Unfortunately he has been dropped this week because he missed the recovery session yesterday morning.
The new 20 year old Five-Eight had a great game too. Had a hand in a couple of tries and scored one himself.
This week he will partner the returning Ase Boas in the halfs so he should get even better.
Round 4 Games.
30.03. 15:00 Ipswich Jets vs Northern Pride
30.03. 16:05 Easts Tigers vs PNG Hunters
30.03. 18:00 Redcliffe Dolphins vs Souths Logan Magpies
30.03. 19:00 Central QLD Capras vs Tweed Heads Seagulls
31.03. 12:10 Wynnum Manly Seagulls vs Mackay Cutters
31.03. 15:30 Sunshine Coast Falcons vs Norths Devils
31.03. 16:00 Townsville Blackhawks vs Burleigh Bears
Another loss for the hunters. Hopefully their 1st win of the season is just around the corner.
Looks like too many departures is going to hurt the hunters in the short-term.
Round 5 Fixtures
06.04. 17:00 Sunshine Coast Falcons vs Northern Pride
06.04. 18:00 Redcliffe Dolphins vs Ipswich Jets
06.04. 18:05 Norths Devils vs PNG Hunters
07.04. 13:10 Easts Tigers vs Central Capras
07.04. 14:00 Tweed Heads Seagulls vs Wynnum Manly Seagulls
07.04. 15:00 Souths Logan Magpies vs Burleigh Bears
Sunny coast 40-0 Souths 0 and its only ht, masterclass from Harry grant and Nicho hynes
Does anyone know the whereabouts of Dave Taylor. Seems to have vanished from the Capras.
Injury I think, but theres no news on him recently.
Round 14 QRL Intrust Super Cup WRAP
Absolute ripper of a game at Kougari Oval, top quality between the top two teams. It was 10-all close to half time which was a good reflection of the match. Sunshine Coast managed opportunist tries against the run of play both sides of the break and this proved the difference in the end.
Wynnum trailed 10-30 during the second half but continued to give it their all and scored two tries in the last ten minutes for a final score of 30-20 to Sunshine Coast.
The Falcons are obviously a quality team but Wynnum certainly tested them. With their top forwards Max Elliott and Matiu Love-Henry missing and possibly Patrick Carrigan to return at some stage, Gulls fans will be giving them a chance should they meet in the finals series.
Sunshine Coast were definitely the better team, although Wynnum started and finished well. That 100m try to Hynes just before halftime was a killer for the Gulls.
Man of the match - Falcons' hooker Harry Grant.
Sam Scarlett wasn't far behind him in a losing team. His defence against the big men was outstanding.
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