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QLD TEAMS 2018

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RugbyReg

Rocky Elsom (76)
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Only returned back to training this week from what I hear. But I think Reg is right, we'll likely see him soon enough (next week?).

I wonder who misses out when CFS returns from injury, if he does return for NRC.. ?

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.
 

TSR

John Hipwell (52)
I wonder if they’ll be tempted to leave Petaia at 13. It seems his natural position.
 

Getwithme

Cyril Towers (30)
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
 

SOLE334

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

J Petaia:

2016
  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
2017
  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
2018
  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.
 

Dark Shark

Alex Ross (28)
Could this have something to do with his Stockman commitments? Not sure. He should be playing. I've heard that Shea Lalagavesi is in line for Barbarians selection so hopefully the same goes for Finn

I can find nothing published. Any news on Shea & Finn with U19 Barbarian selection?
 

RugbyReg

Rocky Elsom (76)
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Does anyone know how much the ARU pumps into the NRC?


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
 

Oracle83

Syd Malcolm (24)
Does anyone know how much the ARU pumps into the NRC?

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...
 

Eagles90

Herbert Moran (7)
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

Reserves
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
 

Eagles90

Herbert Moran (7)
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)
 

hammertimethere

Phil Hardcastle (33)
Sam Wallis is a go-er!

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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