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Discussion in 'National Rugby Championship (NRC)' started by RugbyReg, Jul 24, 2018.

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  1. RugbyReg George Smith (75)

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    Perese too. If he’s coming back.

    9 Tuttle
    10 Stewart
    11 Petaia
    12 Paia’aua
    13 CFS
    14 Perese
    15 Daugunu

    In saying that CFS and Izzy may take some time to recover to full fitness.
  2. Getwithme Alex Ross (28)

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    Perese trained on Thursday
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  3. TSR Ken Catchpole (46)

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    I wonder if they’ll be tempted to leave Petaia at 13. It seems his natural position.
  4. Getwithme Alex Ross (28)

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    I think if everyone's fit and firing it's something like 9. Tuttle 10 Stewart 11. CFS 12. Paia'aua 13. Izzy Perese 14. Daugunu 15. Petaia
  5. RugbyReg George Smith (75)

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    Has Jordan P played fullback before do you know?
  6. Bulldog Ron Walden (29)

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    Is Perese staying in rugby? There was some talk of him moving to Red Hill (Broncos).
  7. Getwithme Alex Ross (28)

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    I don't think so at the top level but he starred there for BSHS. Pretty sure 13 and 15 are his preferred spots
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  8. SOLE334 Jimmy Flynn (14)

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    J Petaia:

    1. Played 8 games on the wing for BSHS (GPS champs 2016)
    2. played 1 game @wing and 3 games @center for combined states(finished 3rd @ Nationals)
    3. Played 1 game @Wing for Australian Barbarians vs Tonga
    1. Played 7 games @ #15 for BSHS
    2. Played 4 games @ #13 for Qld 1(fin 3rd)
    3. Played 3 games @ #13 for Aust Schoolboys
    1. 9 games on the wing for REDS
    2. 2 games @ 13 for REDS
    3. 2 games @13 for QLD Country (NRC).tbc
    I think the kid should be left on the wing at least for 2019 super rugby to grow his game and ensure he becomes the best in it. He has explosive speed, size and athleticism to take advantage of one on one contests esp with cross kicks . Playing #13 is such a huge responsibility defensively and I think it may be too much for JP, though hes not doing too bad atm. Let him master the wing and maybe fullback positions first.
  9. Dark Shark Dave Cowper (27)

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    I can find nothing published. Any news on Shea & Finn with U19 Barbarian selection?
  10. Heavyd Alex Ross (28)

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    Does anyone know how much the ARU pumps into the NRC?
  11. RugbyReg George Smith (75)

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    not exactly. Not much by all reports.

    Fox cover a lot of costs with teams themselves covering their way.
    World Rugby funding a lot of the Fiji costs
  12. Getwithme Alex Ross (28)

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    Does anyone know the Canberra Raiders player who is training with Queensland Country?
  13. Oracle83 Ted Thorn (20)

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    Bugger all - it all goes into the wallabies support CBRE which is twice the size of the all blacks whose jersey colour means more to Raylene than it does to us.
  14. Eagles90 Allen Oxlade (6)

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    Fabien Paletua-Kiri - former Junior Kiwi and currently with the Redcliffe Dolphins.

    Looking for an opportunity in Rugby, so training with Country..
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  15. hammertimethere Bill McLean (32)

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    Some of the backline play the two QLD teams has served up has been pretty bloody good so far.
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  16. Eagles90 Allen Oxlade (6)

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    Queensland Country side to face Western Force:

    1. Harry Hoopert - Reds/Brothers – Jondaryn
    2. Effi Ma’afu - Wests
    3. James Slipper – Reds/Bond University – Gold Coast
    4. Harry Hockings – Reds/University of Queensland – Bowen
    5. Angus Blyth – Reds/Bond University – Gold Coast
    6. Angus Scott-Young – Reds/University of Queensland
    7. Tom Kibble - GPS
    8. Sunia Finefeuiaki – Souths*
    9. Tate McDermott – Reds/University of Queensland – Sunshine Coast
    10. Hamish Stewart – Reds/Bond University – Pittsworth
    11. Filipo Daugunu - Reds/Wests
    12. Duncan Paia’aua – Reds/Norths - Rockhampton
    13. Tony Hunt – Norths**
    14. Jock Campbell - University of Queensland – Gold Coast
    15. Jordan Petaia - Reds/Wests

    16. Alex Casey - Souths
    17. Richie Asiata - Easts
    18. Jake Simeon - Souths
    19. Michael Wood – Brothers
    20. Harry Wilson - Brothers
    21. Nuku Swerling – Bond University/Gold Coast***
    22. James Tuttle – Reds/GPS
    23. Patrick James - Brothers

    *Denotes NRC and Queensland Country debut
    **Denotes NRC and Queensland Country starting debut
    ***Denotes NRC and Queensland Country potential debut
  17. Eagles90 Allen Oxlade (6)

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    McInnes Wilson Lawyers Brisbane City team to play Melbourne Rising 1:00pm (AEST) Saturday 22 September – Bailey Reserve, Adelaide

    1. JP. Smith – Reds/GPS
    2. Moli Sooaemalelagi – Sunnybank
    3. Ruan Smith – Reds/GPS
    4. Jale Vakaloloma – Easts (NRC/Brisbane City starting debut)
    5. Nathan Den Hoedt - Sunnybank
    6. Adam Korczyk – Reds/University of Queensland ©
    7. Fraser McReight – Brothers
    8. Sam Wallis – University of Queensland
    9. Scott Gale – University of Queensland
    10. Quade Cooper – Reds/Souths
    11. Jaye Thompson – GPS
    12. Matt Gordon – Easts
    13. Tautalatasi Tasi – Souths
    14. Con Foley – University of Queensland
    15. Karmichael Hunt – Souths

    16. Sean Farrell – University of Queensland (Potential Brisbane City debut)
    17. Josh Nasser – University of Queensland
    18. Misioka Timotea – Wests
    19. Zach Moimoi – Bond University
    20. Dillon Wihongi – Wests
    21. Matt Gicquel – GPS
    22. Moses Sorovi – Reds/Wests
    23. Will Eadie – University of Queensland (Potential NRC/Brisbane City debut)
  18. Bulldog Ron Walden (29)

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    Is it just me or is there a very high percentage of Uni lads getting s BC gig?
  19. Bobby Sands Ken Catchpole (46)

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    Sam Wallis is a go-er!
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  20. hammertimethere Bill McLean (32)

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    Yeah he's been outstanding all season for uni. He's played 8 all year but he is really a 7. To be honest though he reminds me of Michael Gunn at the same age, all speed and ball tearing workrate but you have to wonder whether he has the elite skill level or grunt to step up to Super Rugby (hopefully he proves me wrong).
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