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GOLD COAST WHITE 18 (Jesse Savage 2, Sheaziah Compain, Ethan Brouwer tries; Ethan Roberts goal) def SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 16 (Hisiu Hicks, Aaron Ulai, William Samuel tries; Bradley Frith, Justin Fai goals) at Bycroft Oval, Runaway Bay.

EASTS TIGERS 32 (Luke Swift, Cameron Torpy, Tiaan Wilkins, Jacob Teevan, Joel Gittens, Agassi Stowers tries; Jayden Carroll 4 goals) def NORTHS DEVILS 18 (Jack Miers, Justin Timu, Kein Blackman tries; Jack Miers 3 goals) at Samford Rugby League Ground.

GOLD COAST GREEN 46 (Riley Yates 2, Tekapo Tuaine, Alex Fitzhugh, Shaw Needham, Sam Elliott, Zac Beecher, Keanu Dawson, Harrison Swadling tries; Sam Ross 5 goals) def REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS 10 (Brandon O’Regan, Hayden Bishop tries; Brandon O’Regan goal) at Bycroft Oval, Runaway Bay.

IPSWICH 46 (Lancelot Manu 2, Clifton Uaita Setu, Kaleo Tupai, Mathew Bettiens, Carter Auld, Taunu’u Fereti, Maranatha Raeli tries; Carter Auld 7 goals) def WYNNUM MANLY SEAGULLS 22 (Marty Ferguson, Ashley Vincent, Jacob Wright, Jake Rogers tries; Sheldon Smith 3 goals) at BMD Kougari Oval.

TOWNSVILLE STINGERS 26 (Tiwana Biddle, Zachary Diplock, Mitchell Guy, Faron Morris, Steele Platt tries; Bradley Cross 3 goals) def TOOWOOMBA CLYDESDALES 18 (Hayden Berlin, Brayden Jospehs, Tom Landers, Blake Appo tries; Lane Ferling goal) at TDJRL Neil Street Oval.

SUNSHINE COAST FALCONS 14 (Dean Sahlqvist 2, Joe Curran tries; Blake Bella goal) def MACKAY CUTTERS 10 (Rueben Cotter, Alatti Tapim tries; Riley Lappin goal) at Virgin Australia Stadium.

CQ CAPRAS 26 (Lindsay Jarrett 3, Alex Mather, Jake Ainsworth tries; Jack Breadsell 3 goals) def CENTRAL UNITED 22 (Nick Ferry, Cody Maughan, Jesse Marschke, Kyle Spry tries; Hayden Herbert 3 goals) at Browne Park.
 

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Round 7
Friday 12 April
Souths Logan Magpies v Ipswich Brandon Park 6:30pm
Saturday 13 April
Gold Coast Green v Wynnum Manly Seagulls Pizzey Park 11:15am
Easts Tigers v Gold Coast White Scott Park 1:30pm
Norths Devils v Redcliffe Dolphins Bishop Park 5:00pm
Saturday 13 April
Toowoomba Clydesdales v CQ Capras Gold Park 12:00pm
Central United v Townsville Stingers Gympie 3:00pm
Sunday 14 April
Sunshine Coast Falcons v Northern Pride Stockland Stadium 11:15am
Mackay Cutters BYE
 

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Unbeaten Easts Tigers under-16s eye Cyril Connell premiership

by: Josh Alston, South-East Advertiser
From: Quest Newspapers
April 12, 2013 12:00AM





ROARING CUBS: Easts' Kaleb Fuimoano helping ensure the Tigers are in the finals by defeating Norths. Picture: Chris Mccormack Source: Quest Newspapers

Some of the youngest Tigers are roaring all the way to the Cyril Connell Cup finals.

They are shaping up to be a major threat.

The under-16 Easts side dispatched Norths 32-18 at Samford on Saturday, the club's sixth successive win.

Just one match remains until the finals with the young Tigers to play Gold Coast White at their Scott Park home ground in Holland Park this Saturday.

No matter what happens in the clash, the Tigers will finish in the top two and earn a place in the finals.

But with the glitter strip club sitting second in the pool with five wins and one loss, it will be a big hitout for both clubs.

Kick off is at 1.30pm.

EASTS TIGERS 32 (Luke Swift, Cameron Torpy, Tiaan Wilkins, Jacob Teevan, Joel Gittens, Agassi Stowers tries; Jayden Carroll 4 goals) def NORTHS DEVILS 18 (Jack Miers, Justin Timu, Kein Blackman tries; Jack Miers 3 goals) at Samford Rugby League Ground.
 

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Rd 7 Connell Cup
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13/04/2013

CYRIL CONNELL CUP

SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 14 (Hisiu Hicks, Bradley Frith, Justin Fai tries; Campbell Pirihi goal) drew IPSWICH 14 (Carter Auld, Taunu’u Fereti, Blake Lenehan tries; Carter Auld goal) at Brandon Park.

GOLD COAST GREEN 20 (Riley Yates, Tekapo Tuaine, Terangi McDonald, Sam Elliott tries; Sam Ross 2 goals) def WYNNUM MANLY SEAGULLS 16 (Luke Modini, Jacob Wright, Ethan Rippon tries; Sheldon Smith 2 goals) at Pizzey Park.

EASTS TIGERS 17 (Luke Swift, Matt Smit, Will Nicolaides tries; Reece Braun 2 goals; Reece Braun field goal) def GOLD COAST WHITE 16 (Keegan Hipgrave, Jesse Savage, Liam Longbottom tries; Ethan Roberts 2 goals) at Easts Juniors, Scott Park.

NORTHS DEVILS 32 (Jake Sproules, Sam Farrell, Logan Spaander, Utah Wood, Lachlan Lanskey, Michael Molo tries; Jack Miers 3, Cameron Jones goals) def REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS 8 (Brandon O’Regan 2 tries) at Bishop Park.

TOOWOOMBA CLYDESDALES 32 (Tristan Hope 2, Lane Ferling, Hayden Berlin, Chris Roma, Brodie Croft, Jarred Tuite tries; Lane Ferling 2 goals) def CQ CAPRAS 6 (Lindsay Jarrett try; Jack Breadsell goal) at Clive Berghofer Stadium.

TOWNSVILLE STINGERS 32 (Marshall Hudson, Nathan Lafferty, Jason Bail, Steele Platt, Rhein Frank, Myles Romanello tries; Marshall Hudson 2, Bradley Cross 2 goals) def CENTRAL UNITED 24 (Nick Ferry, Cody Maughan, Ben Marschke, Jack Just tries; Hayden Herbert 4 goals) at Gympie.
 

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Kick-Off Times for CC Cup Semi-Final Matches
QRL Media
15/04/2013 5:14:17 PM

THE schedule for this weekend’s Cyril Connell Cup semi-finals has been announced.

The two top-ranked sides in each of the two pools have made it through to the first week of the finals, with the top side in each pool to play the second-ranked side of the opposite pool.

Both games will be played at Redcliffe’s Dolphin Oval this Saturday, April 20.

The kick-off times are listed below:

Cyril Connell Cup

(Q1) Easts Tigers v (Q2) Townsville Stingers 11am
(Q1) Sunshine Coast Falcons v (Q2) Norths Devils 12 (noon)
 

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Semi Final Results: Connell Cup
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20/04/2013 5:37:16 PM
CYRIL CONNELL CUP SEMI-FINALS

EASTS TIGERS 34 (Luke Swift, Kaleb Fuimaono, Calvin Pritchard, Lachlan Barr, Joel Gittens, Matt Smit tries; Jayden Carroll 5 goals) def TOWNSVILLE STINGERS 16 (Nathan Lafferty 2, Tiwana Biddle tries; Bradley Cross 2 goals) at Dolphin Oval.

NORTHS DEVILS 46 (Keenan Yorston 2, Logan Spaander 2, Cameron Jones, Isaiah Perese, Josh Fauid, Lachlan Lanskey, Michael Molo tries; Jack Miers 3, Cameron Jones 2 goals) def SUNSHINE COAST FALCONS 20 (Brandon Rae, Brody Riseborough, Cory Parker, Joe Curran tries; Tim Venning 2 goals) at Dolphin Oval.

Sunday, April 28: Easts Tigers v Norths Devils @ Langlands Park, 10.30am
 

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Norths Devils can claim the Cyril Connell Cup crown with victory over Easts in Sunday's grand final at Langlands Park


Easts got the better of Norths 32-18 in their Cyril Connell Cup clash earleir this month. Picture: Chris McCormack. Source: Quest Newspapers
Norths’ monstrous forward pack will be charged with leading the Devils to glory in Sunday’s Cyril Connell Cup grand final against Easts.
With the Tigers boasting a perfect record of eight from eight in 2013, Norths coach Craig Grauf said the battle of the forwards would go a long way to deciding the winner of the 10.30am battle at Langlands Park.
The Devils are not lacking firepower in that department, with Queensland schoolboys stars Michael Molo and Lachlan Lanskey proving a lethal backrow pairing in Norths’ charge to the final.
The form of fellow state representative and halfback Logan Spaander, as well as the timely return of second-rower-turned-centre Hiale Roycroft, has Grauf feeling confident heading into the competition decider.
“We've got very strong forwards in our team and the Queensland schoolboys halfback, Logan Spaander. If they can do another good job for us this week and get us good field position, we've got enough out wide,” Grauf said.

“It's a really tough game for us this week. We're going to have to be very, very good to beat Easts because they've got strength all over the paddock.
“They've got Queensland players in the forwards, the Australian schoolboys fullback and Queensland wingers. Our strength is our forwards and two really strong halves, so we're going to try to take them down up the middle.
“The key to our game is to complete our sets, and we definitely have to have a good kick-chase game.”
The Devils finished second behind the Tigers in Pool A of the state-wide under-16 competition, setting up a showdown with Sunshine Coast in last weekend’s semi final.
A 46-20 victory over the Sea Eagles now has Norths just one win away from the state title and a chance to play the NSW champions – an opportunity Grauf said the players had been eyeing for some time.
“It's a goal that the boys have had since we first started. We mentioned it as a goal in our first training run.
“We've had this squad together for a couple of years now and we knew they had plenty of potential so we've spent plenty of time with them.
“They're only one game away and if they put their best foot forward they will go a long way towards reaching their goal.”
Grauf said Molo, Lanskey and Spaander were strong chances of being named in the Queensland under-16 side to play the curtain-raiser to the first State of Origin game in Sydney on June 5.
 

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Young Devils Blitz Tigers to Lift Connell Cup
QRL Media
28/04/2013 4:43:00 PM
Norths Devils CC Cup

THIS year’s Cyril Connell Cup winners are the Norths Devils following their spirited 44-6 performance against the Easts Tigers in the state final played at Langlands Park today.

The Devils scored nine tries – including six in the second half – to claim the impressive win which saw the club claim another junior state championship title.

While you can’t help but feel for the Tigers who were the standout team throughout the regular stages of the competition and came into today’s match undefeated; the Devils showed the best team on the day will take the victory, and after enduring a tough opening stanza; proved too strong in the later stages of the game.

Norths halves Josh Fauid and Logan Spaander had good games for their teams and both scored first half tries – helping set the platform for a big second half.

After a tough and high quality opening stanza, it was Fauid who broke the deadlock to score to the right of the field after the Tigers had initially held up hooker Jack Miers over the line.

The Tigers hit back via centre Tiian Wilkins with just over 10 minutes left to go in the half and it seemed after an even opening – the sides would go into the break with level pegging.

However, tries to second rower Lachlan Lanskey and to Spaander just before the break gave the Devils valuable momentum as they went to the sheds for the halftime break with a 16-6 lead.

The second half started with centre Keenan Yorston scoring the first of his two tries after a Spaander break downfield; which was compounded soon after when Lachlan Foulds added to his side’s total following another break.

Easts were guilty of trying hard and pushing passes and offloads and those errors were pounced on by the Devils.

Lanskey scored two more tries for his hat-trick while Yorston also scored again to claim a double in the big win.

The Devils will next meet their NSW counterparts in the National Final in a fortnight’s time. Keep an eye on www.qrl.com.au for more information regarding this match.

NORTHS DEVILS 44 (Lachlan Lanskey 3, Keenan Yorston 2, Logan Spaander, Josh Fauid, Hiale Roycroft, Lachlan Foulds tries; Jack Miers 3, Cameron Jones goals) def EASTS TIGERS 6 (Tiaan Wilkins try; Jayden Carroll goal) at Langlands Park.

Man of the Match: Michael Molo (Norths Devils)
 

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Devils delight in final demolition

http://quest.newspaperdirect.com/epaper/viewer.aspx
RUGBY LEAGUE: NORTHS ARE JUBILANT WINNERS OF CYRIL CONNELL CUP THEY’VE conquered Queensland.
Pictures: SARAH KEAYES DECISIVE WIN: Norths celebrate their grand final victory after defeating Easts 44-6.
Now, newly-crowned state under-16 champions Norths have the title of Australia’s best in their sights.
The Devils were utterly dominant in Sunday’s Cyril Connell Cup grand final at Langlands Park, putting undefeated Easts to the sword in a 44-6 demolition.
The win, featuring a hattrick from Lachlan Lanskey and a man-of-the-match performance from Michael Molo, has set up a showdown with the NSW champions in Sydney on May 11-12.
Coach Craig Grauf said Sunday was simply ‘‘a perfect day’’.
‘‘I haven’t seen an under-16 team play that good in my life,’’ the Brisbane Broncos foundation player said.
‘‘It was one of those days where they all did everything they were supposed to. Easts had the ball for the first 15 minutes and our boys kept them out.
‘‘I think that first half broke (Easts) down a little bit.’’
Parramatta and South Sydney will play off in the NSW final this weekend, but Grauf said the trip held no fears for his young charges.
‘‘Only one Queensland team over the history of the Cyril Connell Cup and Mal Meninga Cup has won (the national final) and that was Souths-Logan last year in the Cyril Connell.
‘‘But if my boys can do anything like they did on the weekend, they will be right in it up to their necks.’’

Grauf said Molo, Lanskey and halfback Logan Spaander were strong chances of being named in the Queensland under-16 side to play the curtain-raiser to the first State of Origin in Sydney on June 5.