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QLD Colts 2019

Discussion in 'Club Rugby' started by rugbysthewinner, Oct 13, 2018.

  1. Al Rashford Frank Row (1)

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    It was a head clash. Barely a yellow card. Very sad for souths 13 though. 12 weeks? please..

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  2. Brisbane Boys Peter Burge (5)

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    Barely a yellow you need to take you eyepatch off. You are using the incorrect thinking

    The tackle was reckless with direct contact to the head with force. Red card. Similar to taking a guy out in the air the tackler is responsible for the outcome.

    I know the boy who did it will feel sick about the outcome but that Brothers team were obviously under instructions to win the physical battle at all costs and were overamped which was interesting as when they flogged Souths at Crosby it was through a very smart game plan that was well executed and a Souths team that was overamped.

    I hope the boy who made the tackle puts some serious work into his technique as he will either injure someone else or himself soon with equally horrific results.

    I think the coaching staff should take a look at themselves as they are responsible for the manner of there teams play and IMHO they got that wrong. I am not saying they said go out and injure someone far from it, I am saying they got it wrong and their team went to far.
  3. RugbyReg George Smith (75)

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    Under World Rugby guidelines (see attached) it's a clear Red I reckon.

    First of all - it was a "High Tackle" as there is clear contact to the ball carrier's head. We can't deny that.

    Next - The contact with the ball carrier's head was in contact with the tackler's head (at least)

    Next - it was High. So it looks like a Red Card.

    Are there mitigating factors? Well first of all it states that as it was in open space with a clear line of site for the tackler with time before contact, then these mitigating factors hold less weight. Regardless..

    The tackler didn't change his height.
    The ball carrier didn't change his height
    The tackler is not unsighted
    It was not reactionary, nor was their clear release
    Clear initial contact with the head (by the head).

    It's about as clear red card as you can get.

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  4. warhorse Ward Prentice (10)

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    I would just like to also point out that the player who replaced the seriously injured Souths player, has a mouth injury(split lip and severe bruising) from a high shot by the same Brothers player after he returned to field after the yellow card. I agree that he needs to work on his tackle technique.
  5. Mike Bishop Stan Wickham (3)

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    Probably enough brothers bashing for the time being, who are we expecting to make the URC teams this year? I feel there might be some surprises in comparison to last year which was fairly cut and dry who made it.

    Assuming of course that Gordon and Ralston play NRC
  6. Brisbane Boys Peter Burge (5)

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    Mate all one can hope for is that they pick on form not reputation.

    There are some high profile boys who have been given a rails run who would not pick and some who should be rewarded based on performance.
  7. Oldschool Tom Lawton (22)

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    I hear that next year is U20's for Colts. If so, I think this is a good move to create a bit more depth for a few clubs that struggle with numbers and help with the development of the late bloomers.
  8. Sgt Slaughter Herbert Moran (7)

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    Wow Will Kirk from East for URC scrum half - looks like performance was not part of the criteria prior Rep achievements strikes again..intrigued to see the remaining squad
  9. rugbysthewinner Peter Burge (5)

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    Gotta love politics. Any idea on when they will announce the teams??
  10. Brisbane Boys Peter Burge (5)

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    Mate you can expect one or two from underperforming teams and to be fair it would not have been easy to play behind the Easts pack.
    I expect the usual suspects I have given up on being annoyed by it anymore.
  11. Mike Bishop Stan Wickham (3)

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    In fairness though, there's two squads of roughly 30 so you'd assume at least 4/5/6 half backs are chosen. And looking at them, you'd reckon Jeans and Hughes would be guaranteed and maybe Smith and Christian the others.

    It'd be interesting to see the flyhalves chosen, honestly surprised that Neizweicki or whatever was picked. Thought he was poor in the games I saw. But you'd assume Leerenveltd (if healthy since he hasn't played for a while), Pappin and there's not really anyone else.

    Will certainly be interesting to see the squads in there entirety.
  12. Sgt Slaughter Herbert Moran (7)

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    From what I hear the list looks like this:

    Brisbane City
    - Brothers 9 Tarabay and 10 Pappin
    - East 9 Kirk and UQ 10 Hogan

    Qld Country
    - South’s 9 Smith and 10 TBC after medicals Monday
    - Bond 9 Jeans East 10 Neizweicki
  13. Brisbane Boys Peter Burge (5)

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    Given the way Croft came in and steadied the ship for Souths one would hope he will get a look in seems to have matured his game.
  14. Brisbane Boys Peter Burge (5)

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    I would have thought the halfback from UQ would have been in the mix also
  15. rugbysthewinner Peter Burge (5)

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    The mail is Roach and Englebrecht from UQ are in, any new on other forwards. Have also heard a lot of the Souths Colts 1 boys are on the Country squad.
  16. Sgt Slaughter Herbert Moran (7)

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    A fair assumption considering his form in the Semi and Prelim Finals - in my opinion the scrum half is the most subjective position in the game and selected based on how a coach wants/likes to play the game. I myself prefer the Christian/Hughes type of scrum half.

    On a side note do selections suggest East have the Top 4 halves in the comp? I don’t see any Top 4 teams willing to trade their halves with East some how.
  17. Brisbane Boys Peter Burge (5)

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    I would suggest that many selections will depend on who the coaches are and what horse trading goes on.
    Always the problem at any level but a real shame at this level as choices selectors make will determine how hard boys train as they know if they are not looked at now they are no chance of being thought about ever again.
  18. Roberts Rugby Bill McLean (32)

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    As Nomad pointed out in the QLD GPS thread, there are a number of candidates for the URC teams that are likely to be called up for Australian U18 honours, whereby the championships clash. How does that work? A couple of names that come to mind are Roach, Flook, Pappin and Downs.
  19. Brisbane Boys Peter Burge (5)

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    Fair to say the Souths boys will be pissed off after the Brothers kid got two weeks for the head high in the GF and the Souths boy got 4 for taking the guy out in the air two weeks before.

    It is not very consistent given both acts we reckless and dangerous. One could have caused serious injury and one did cause serious injury.

    It certainly feeds into the perception that Brothers get off lightly at the judiciary.
  20. RugbyReg George Smith (75)

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    Brisbane City U19s
    Name Club
    Frontrow
    Emosi Tuqiri GPS
    Ethan Dobbins Brothers
    John Downes GPS
    JP Tominiko Sunnybank
    Zac Crothers Easts
    Brad Kuhn Norths
    Tyreece Rotscheid-Felu Sunnybank
    Locks
    Emmitt Keepa Sunnybank
    Harrison Fox Norths
    Taine Roiri Sunnybank
    Harry Tombs Souths
    Backrow
    Matt Engelbrecht UQ
    Will Roach UQ
    Joseph Faulalo Sunnybank
    Conrad Skelton Brothers
    Mitchell Wood Wests
    Halves
    Nicholas Hughes Wests
    Jake Pappin Brothers
    Isaac Crone Sunnybank
    Zac Hogan UQ
    Centres
    Hudson Creighton Brothers
    Josh Flook Brothers
    Henry Smith Souths
    Blessed Tumua Sunnybank
    Christian Suemalo UQ
    Outside Backs
    Samuel Samu Sunnybank
    Mitchell Bell UQ
    Josh Russell UQ
    Toby Koraua Souths
    Matt Weir Norths



    Brisbane City U19s coaching staff

    Head Coach: Pat Byron –Brisbane SHS
    Asst Coach: Kelevi Tuicolo – Brothers
    Asst Coach: Daryl McNamara – Wests
    Manager: Dan Ritchie – Brisbane SHS
    Strength & Conditioning: Owen Flynn
    Physio: Carlie Cordery – Brothers

    Queensland Country U19s
    Name Club Regional Background
    Frontrow
    Sinilau Wolske Souths
    Jack Winchester Bond
    Phransis Sula-Siaosi Souths Gold Coast
    Theo Fourie Souths Rockhampton
    Tyrell Kopua Bond Gold Coast
    Angus Lovelock Brothers
    Alex Davies Wests
    Locks
    Fred Fewtrell Easts Gold Coast
    Reagan Leslie Souths
    Jacob Stocker Brothers
    Charlie Scott Easts Roma
    Backrowers
    Thomas van der Schyff UQ Gold Coast
    Alex Smit Wests
    Reno Gerrard Souths Gold Coast
    Nick Cross Brothers
    Halves
    Spencer Jeans Bond Gold Coast
    Matt Minogue Bond Gold Coast
    Rhian Stowers Bond Gold Coast
    Harry Leerentveld Souths Toowoomba
    Hugo Smith Souths
    Lucas Niedzwiecki Easts
    Centres
    Francis Pona Sunnybank
    Ronan Kapi Bond Gold Coast
    Fletcher Spicer Wests
    Outside Backs
    Villiami Lea Souths
    Zac Palmer Bond Gold Coast
    Cooper Whiteside Wests
    Shaq McLeod GPS Bundaberg
    Johnson Oyelodi Brothers

    Queensland Country U19s coaching staff:

    Head Coach: Grant Anderson – Bond University
    Asst Coach: James McLaren – Sunnybank
    Asst Coach: Nick Fogarty – GPS
    Manager: Dan Bowdler – Bond University
    Strength & Conditioning: Jono Danaher
    Physio: Liam Sandstorm – Bond University

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