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It was good to see the benefits the Queensland RL is getting from the NRL in the State.

All the country areas - and the GF itself in Brisbane.
 

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The Sunshine Coast Falcons celebrated their season by acknowledging their high performers at their recent awards event.

This year, the Falcons played their way into a place in both the Intrust Super Cup and Hastings Deering Colts finals with some strong showing across the board.

The club also farewell three stalwarts of the game in Dane Hogan, Todd Murphy and Martin Cordwell, who between them played in more than 450 Cup matches.

Sunshine Coast Falcons 2021 awards​

Intrust Super Cup player of the year (James Ackerman Medal): Patrice Siolo
Intrust Super Cup players’ player: Todd Murphy
Intrust Super Cup best back: Luke Polselli
Intrust Super Cup best forward: Tom Rafter
Hastings Deering Colts player of year: Kaleb Sutton
Hastings Deering Colts players player: Kaleb Sutton
Hastings Deering Colts best back: Kane Jackson
Hastings Deering Colts best forward: Sam Reid
Peter Boyce Award (club spirit award): Tim Shepherd
Staff member of the year: Shaun Hogarth

*award winners submitted by clubs
 

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The Mackay Cutters have announced the appointment of Kim Williams as the head of football.

Williams is the current head of academy for the Huddersfield Giants in the United Kingdom.

Chief executive officer Mitch Cook was excited to welcome Williams back to the Mackay Cutters where he has previously led the team to a grand final victory in the Intrust Super Cup.
 

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Ipswich Jets are delighted to announce Ben Cross has been appointed in the role of head of football for the club.

Cross has had a vast career within rugby league from playing in amateur grades through to the highest level of professional sport, winning the 2007 NRL premiership with the Melbourne Storm.

Cross won a reserve grade premiership with the Canberra Raiders in 2003, played State of Origin for New South Wales and also represented Australia in the Prime Ministers XII.

Since retiring, Cross has had great success as an assistant coach and head coach, winning the NSW Cup competition and Newcastle premiership competition.