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QLD Teams 2019

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Ward Prentice (10)
Really impressed with how good a coach Jim McKay is. Both Brisbane City and Queensland Country are a great system into the Reds and they're both playing really good attack. Their default seems to be to hit up with forwards around the ruck, same way same way or switching for a few phases (actually holding onto the ball unlike Sydney in particular!). The genius is to let them express themselves like the way Harry Wilson and Fraser McReight repetitively pick and go and offload (I think Wilson might be #1 in the competition for offloads). Country then seem to add in Stewart and Daugunu as 9th and 10th forwards like Koroibete in the Wallabies which is very dangerous when Wilson is able to offload to one of them or McDermott will hit Daugunu on a hard flat line. McKay is really smart with his emphasis on the backs being able to play unstructured attack - Isaac Lucas is incredibly dangerous off of turnover ball.


Rocky Elsom (76)
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My QLD 2020 teams:

Brisbane City:

1 Dane Zander
2 Josh Nasser
3 Feao Fotuaika
4 Tuina Tualima
5 Ryan Smith
6 Michael Wood
7 Will Roach
8 Sam Wallis
9 Moses Sorovi
10 Bryce Hegarty
11 Josh Collins
12 Patrick James
13 Josh Flook
14 Ilaisa Droasese
15 Jock Campbell

16 Sean Farrell
17 Jack Straker
18 Rhys Van Nek
19 Fred Fewtrell
20 Pat Morrey
21 Nick Chapman
22 Lawson Creighton
23 Liam McNamara

QLD Country:

1 Harry Hoopert
2 Alex Mafi
3 Zane Nonggorr
4 Angus Blyth
5 Will Blyth
6 Angus Scott-Young
7 Tom Kibble
8 Seru Uru
9 Liam Dillon
10 Rohan Saifoloi
11 Jordan Luke
12 Hamish Stewart
13 Chris Feauai-Sautia
14 Joey Fittock
15 Mac Grealy

16 Matt Faessler
17 Jethro Felemi
18 George Francis
19 Conor Vest
20 Matt Giquel
21 Kalani Thomas
22 Daniel Boardman
23 Max Dowd
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