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Results | Round 9


The Redcliffe Dolphins provided a textbook example of offensive prowess in their 52-12 win over the Souths Logan Magpies on Sunday afternoon at the Dolphin Oval.

After only allowing two tries all game long, Dolphins coach Adam Mogg credited his squad’s ability to play as a cohesive unit for the win.

“I thought our execution was really good and I think everyone just did their job today,” Mogg said.

“To be able to score like that everyone has to do their job.”

Troy Giess and PNG international Thompson Teteh led the Dolphins with two tries each, while Tyson Gamble, Aaron Whitchurch and 2017 XXXX Queensland Residents representatives Christian Hazard, Jonus Pearson, Thomas Opacic also got themselves on the scoreboard. Joshua Beehag finished the match with eight out of nine attempted conversions.

The Magpies managed two tries, with forwards George Fai and Simione Fatafehi crossing the line for the visitors.

While the Dolphins did not have the ideal opening to the game and allowed the Magpies a quick try in the fourth minutes to Residents squad member Fai; Mogg was happy to see his team overcome their slow start.

“It was just good that our players got their game back on and went into halftime in front,” Mogg said.

“Just everyone is doing their job on defence and working hard for each other, and that reflection came off in our attack.”

This weekend sees the competition break for the Representative Round and Mogg will have a number of players in action for the both the Queensland Residents team and the PNG Kumuls.

When they return for Round 10, the Dolphins will face the Mackay Cutters who would love nothing better than to bring down the high flyers.

“They are a different team the Cutters, so we will have to prepare slightly different,” Coach Mogg said.

“They have some big forwards, they got a bit of speed out wide, and they have a really good kicking game.”

The Cutters will visit the Dolphin Oval Saturday, May 13 for a night matchup. Kickoff is a 7pm.

The Magpies will aim to end their two-game losing streak when they visit Jack Manski Oval to take on the Townsville Blackhawks.

See the full scoring details and final team line-ups for this game via QRL Live

REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS 52 (Troy Giess 2, Thompson Teteh 2, Tyson Gamble, Christian Hazard, Jonus Pearson, Thomas Opacic, Aaron Whitchurch tries; Joshua Beehag 8 goals) def SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 12 (George Fai, Simione Fatafehi tries; Jamayne Isaako 2 goals) at Dolphin Oval.

Ladder | Round 9


 Mal Meninga U18’s

SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 34 (Sam Tolu, Jonathan Saipele, Josiah Taofinuu, Tagiolupe Tivalu, Tanah Boyd, Dray Ngatuere-Wroe, Josiah Cox tries; Tanah Boyd 3 goals) def REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS 16 (Amani Arutahiki, Zack Sullivan, Jayden Newbould tries; Regan Baker, Dwight Saueha goals) at Dolphin Oval.


 EASTS TIGERS 54 (Jack Creith 2, Gene Ropoama 2, Michael Koko, Brandon Downey, Kevin Bell, Michael Egan, Matt Richards tries; Matt Pitman 1, Brandon Downey 8, Goals defeated LOGAN BROTHERS 0

Round 2 | Results

Souths Logan fly high over Falcons

By QRL Media

The Souths Logan Magpies upset the Falcons on the Sunshine Coast on Saturday, posting a 22-12 win.
Centre Scott Doyle got the ball rolling early for the visitors with a try in the opening three minutes – but it was a tighter affair from there, with no team able to get on the board again until the 30th minute, when Doyle struck again.
He also converted one of his tries, and slotted a penalty goal heading into the break, contributing to a 12-0 scoreline at halftime.
While the Magpies were out of the blocks early, the Falcons were their own worst enemy, with coach Craig Ingebrigtsen lamenting his side’s poor overall showing.
“That was the worst performance I’ve seen from a Sunshine Coast Falcons team in two years,” Ingebrigtsen told the Sunshine Coast Daily. (Read their full report at their website).
However, Storm hooker Jake Turpin, who shared the dummy half duties with Alex Bishop, was one bright spot in a beaten side, bagged a double of his own in the second half.
While his first pegged the scores back to 12-6 and gave the home side a sniff of a comeback, that idea was quickly diffused by a try against the run of play to Souths Logan winger Cameron Booth only moments later.
It was the first win for Magpies coach Jon Buchanan who took over the reins from Josh Hannay in the off-season.
Next weekend, the Falcons travel to Cairns to take on the Pride, while the Magpies will be at home at Davies Park and will host the PNG Hunters.
SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 22 (Scott Doyle 2, Cameron Booth, Luke Archer tries; Scott Doyle 3 goals) def SUNSHINE COAST FALCONS 12 (Jake Turpin 2 tries; Guy Hamilton 2 goals) at Sunshine Coast Stadium.


Mal Meninga| 36-4

SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 36 (Thane Kellermeyer 2, David Fifita, Leeval Jeremiah Sutton, Ioane Seiuli, Dray Ngatuere-Wroe, Josiah Taofinuu tries; Tanah Boyd 4 goals) def SUNSHINE COAST FALCONS 4 (Luke Murtagh try) at Sunshine Coast Stadium.

Fogs U20’S | 24-18 

SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 24 (Allan White 2, Broughton Clark, Tiaontin Raoren, Savaan Tahere tries; Bradley Frith 2 goals) def SUNSHINE COAST FALCONS 18 (Jake Egan, Riley Moore, Damian Forde-Hurrell, Beau Condon tries; Braydon Trindall goal) at Sunshine Coast Stadium.
WYNNUM MANLY SEAGULLS 44 (Bowie, Halkyard, Kemp, Cronin, Mana, Elliott, Hargreaves, Clayton tries; Seamark 6 goals) def LOGAN BROTHERS 10 (Battelley, Scott tries; Boga goal) at BMD Kougari Oval