Laish Salam (Photo: Zain Mohammed / QRL)

Tweed Seagulls 66 – 0 Northern Pride
Tweed recorded their biggest ever win in the wet at Tugun, with winger Malakhi Donovan scoring four tries.

Tweed 66 (M Donovan 4, J De Groot 2, C Hodges 2, K Ngamanu 2, B Barnes tries; T Weaver 10, J Field goals) def. Northern Pride 0 at Tugun Seahawks RLFC.

Stat sheet
Tweed: Ryan Foran – 28 tackles; Malakhi Donovan – 226 run metres
Northern Pride: Lachlon Rayson – 25 tackles; Anderson Kuna – 137 run metres

Debuts: Lelefu Sang-YumWarenama Marjen (Northern Pride)


Wynnum Manly Seagulls 38 – Ipswich Jets 4
Wynnum Manly made it three straight wins with a dominant 34-point win over the Jets.

Wynnum Manly 38 (K Martin 2, B Anders, G Bulsey, F Fa’atili, H Graham, C Hewett, E Malt tries; L Philp 2, B Moore goals) def. Ipswich 4 (N Carrie try) at BMD Kougari Oval.

Stat sheet
Wynnum Manly: Harrison Graham – 28 tackles; Luke Philp – 203 run metres; Blake Moore – 3 line breaks
Ipswich: Benjamin Charles – 30 tackles; Samson Sauaso – 141 run metres

Debuts: Kealhan O’BrienYorel AlapakiJames Durheim (Ipswich)


Central Queensland Capras 42 – 10 Norths Devils
The Capras remain the team to beat in the Colts, picking up their fifth straight win to remain atop the ladder.

CQ Capras 42 (M Hill 2, P Jenkins 2, K Farr, T Peters, L Salam, H Seumanufagai tries; J Marriott 5 goals) def. Norths 10 (Z Brooks, W Curran tries; B Dodd goal) at Bishop Park.

Stat sheet
Norths: Zach Brooks – 46 tackles, 127 run metres
CQ Capras: Samuel Strohfeldt – 38 tackles; Coby Williamson – 177 run metres

Debuts: Matthew HillKelly ShadlowOwen Pattie (CQ Capras)


Souths Logan Magpies 24 – 0 Redcliffe Dolphins
Souths Logan recorded back-to-back wins for the first time in 2022 with an upset win over Redcliffe.

Souths Logan 24 (L Mead 2, C Ten, L Watt, C Williams tries; B Paix 2 goals) def. Redcliffe 0 at Moreton Daily Stadium.

Stat sheet
Redcliffe: Logan Cox – 47 tackles; Eric Vaafusuaga – 179 run metres
Souths Logan: Tyrese Mackeen – 34 tackles; Connor Williams – 167 run metres; Lachlan Mead – 2 line breaks

Debuts: Benjamin KosiBrock Kehl (Redcliffe), Timothy Sielaff-BurnsTyrese Mackeen (Souths Logan)


Mackay Cutters 20 – 18 Burleigh Bears
Mackay snapped their four-game losing skid with a hard fought two-point win away from home.

Mackay 20 (H Arthur, F Camilleri, J Rodwell, C Shepherd tries; B Baira 2 goals) def. Burleigh 18 (K Skipps 2, I Matalavea-Booth, D Samuela tries; D Samuela 3 goals) at Pizzey Park.

Stat sheet
Burleigh: Adam Christensen – 34 tackles; Samuel McIntyre – 143 run metres
Mackay: Luke-David Wells-Talamaivao – 31 tackles; Flynn Camilleri – 171 run metres

Debuts: Tate Roberts*, Caleb Pese*, Brandon EwingErris Kane (Burleigh), Baden Robinson (Mackay)
*Previously played Jersey Flegg


Brisbane Tigers 32 – 28 Sunshine Coast Falcons
The Falcons, who lead twice by 22 points, held on for a four-point win over the Sunshine Coast.

Brisbane 32 (A Wallace 2, L Gibb, J Glover, J Saldanha, T Thompson tries; J Glover 4 goals) def. Sunshine Coast 28 (R Boaza, C Hanson, J Lowe, S Reid, J Taufa tries; J Smoothy 4 goals) at Sunshine Coast Stadium.

Stat sheet
Sunshine Coast: Danny Heenan – 27 tackles; Sam Reid – 146 run metres
Brisbane: Lewis Gibb – 28 tackles; Ariki Wallace – 210 run metres

Debuts: Tyler McGoldrickJack UnderhillBlake Ginman (Sunshine Coast)


The Townsville Blackhawks-Western Clydesdales fixture, scheduled for Saturday May 14 in Townsville, was postponed and rescheduled. Due to heavy rain in the Toowoomba area, a number of players were unable to travel.


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Top Try Scorers Top Point Scorers
9 Ariki Wallace (Brisbane) 68 Jye Marriott (CQ Capras)
5 Cody Hunter (Redcliffe) 56 Jonah Glover (Brisbane)
5 Zac Laybutt (Townsville) 54 Cody Hunter (Redcliffe)
5 Mitchell Leard-Lamont (CQ Capras) 54 Jai Smoothy (Sunshine Coast)
5 Mason Peut (Sunshine Coast) 40 Dylan White (Townsville)
5 Marcus Tanner (CQ Capras) 36 Ariki Wallace (Brisbane)
4 Joel Baldwin (Townsville) 32 Tom Weaver (Tweed)
4 Brandon Clarke (CQ Capras) 30 Dion Samuela (Burleigh)
4 Jaylan de Groot (Tweed) 28 Jack Bowyer (Wynnum Manly)
4 Malakhi Donovan (Tweed) 28 Blayden Dodd (Norths)

Round 7 fixtures
Friday, May 20
Mackay Cutters v Wynnum Manly Seagulls
Saturday, May 21
Ipswich Jets v Townsville Blackhawks
CQ Capras v Burleigh Bears
Northern Pride v Sunshine Coast Falcons
Souths Logan Magpies v Tweed Seagulls
Sunday, May 22
Norths Devils v Brisbane Tigers
Western Clydesdales v Redcliffe Dolphins

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