Jahoiyakim Afoa (Photo: Brendan Radke)

Redcliffe Dolphins 28 – 16 Central Queensland Capras
The Dolphins knocked the Capras out of first place on the way to their fourth-straight win.

Redcliffe 28 (W Dobson 2, W Boland, C Cavanagh, C Williams tries; W Boland 4 goals) def. CQ Capras 16 (H Seumanufagai 2, J Marriott tries; P Jenkins 2 goals) at Moreton Daily Stadium.

Stat sheet
Redcliffe: Taniela Otukolo – 52 tackles; William Dobson – 229 run metres
CQ Capras: Samuel Strohfeldt – 54 tackles; Matthew Hill – 246 run metres, 2 line breaks

Wynnum Manly Seagulls 58 – 6 Sunshine Coast Falcons
Carsen Huth scored three of Wynnum Manly’s 11 tries in their dominant 52-point win over the Falcons, their seventh consecutive victory.

Wynnum Manly 58 (C Huth 3, G Hagai 2, Z Edmonds, C Fa’atili, B Farr, C Hewett, K Martin, L Philp tries; L Philp 7 goals) def. Sunshine Coast (J Smoothy try; J Smoothy goal) at Stafford Park

Stat sheet
Wynnum Manly: Kobe Martin – 30 tackles; Jordan Davies – 188 run metres; Luke Philp – 2 line breaks
Sunshine Coast: Sam Reid – 38 tackles; Kaleb Sutton – 142 run metres

Debuts: Tieran Ross (Wynnum Manly)

Mackay Cutters 22 – 10 Tweed Seagulls
Mackay snapped their three-game losing run with a 12-point win over Tweed at Piggabeen.

Mackay 22 (J Hill, M McGowan, K Mooney, K Simon tries; B Baira 3 goals) def. Tweed 10 (J Field, R Sommerville tries; J Stewart goal) at Piggabeen Sports Complex.

Stat sheet
Tweed: Khyan Weir – 28 tackles; Jack Cullen – 143 run metres
Mackay: Baden Robinson – 37 tackles; Kane Simon – 172 run metres

Debuts: Cooper CambeyJett ForbesTyler HickeyBrooklyn Stanley (Tweed); Bray Tait (Mackay)

Townsville Blackhawks 23 – 10 Brisbane Tigers
Townsville returned to the top of the ladder with a 13-point win over the Tigers at home.

Townsville 23 (J Bourke, J Lipp, M Robinson, J Yallop tries; D White 3 goals; J Bourke field goal) def. Brisbane 10 (T Gunn-James, A Wallace tries; J Glover goal) at Jack Manski Oval.

Stat sheet
Townsville: Jai Hansen – 42 tackles; Matua Robinson – 198 run metres; Jesse Yallop – 2 line breaks
Brisbane: Justin Smith – 52 tackles; Lachlan West – 218 run metres

Debuts: Damon Marshall (Townsville)

Ipswich Jets 46 – 24 Souths Logan Magpies
Ipswich picked up their second win of 2022 with a strong 22-point victory over Souths Logan.

Ipswich 46 (T Bowman 2, S Inoke 2, R Adamson, C Cassidy-Natano, F Groth, M Naiyep, S Sauaso tries; N Stephensen 5 goals) def. Souths Logan 24 (D Buckley 2, T Sielaff-Burns, B Zampech tries; B Paix 4 goals) at Marsden State High.

Stat sheet
Souths Logan: Ben Smith – 36 tackles, 140 run metres
Ipswich: Tyree Bowman – 27 tackles; Samson Sauaso – 182 run metres; Mamakumai Naiyep – 2 line breaks

Burleigh Bears 30 – 16 Norths Devils
Burleigh recorded back-to-back wins for the first time this season with a 14-point victory over Norths.

Burleigh 30 (C Connell, B Kay, I Matalavea-Booth, S Shannon, K Skipps tries; B Tagg 5 goals) def. Norths 16 (L Burns, W Curran, T Feaveai tries; B Dodd 2 goals) at Pizzey Park.

Stat sheet
Burleigh: Lachlan Adamson – 27 tackles; Carn Connell – 179 run metres
Norths: Isaac Hawes – 41 tackles; William Curran – 154 run metres

Northern Pride 62 – 8 Western Clydesdales
The Pride won their first game of 2022 in style, with a massive 54-point win over the Clydesdales.

Northern Pride 62 (J Afoa 3, L Joseph 2, S Cramp, J Henderson, R Lewis, S Raivaroro, L Rayson, T Walker tries; S Addo-Nona 6, J Afoa 3 goals) def. Western Clydesdales 8 (A Brighton, J Meddleton tries) at Barlow Park.

Stat sheet
Northern Pride: Liam Joseph – 18 tackles, 230 run metres; Jahoiyakim Afoa – 3 line breaks
Western Clydesdales: Kevin Sheppard – 30 tackles; Oliver Bichel – 200 run metres

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Top Tryscorers Top Pointscorers
12 Jacob Mene (Townsville) 94 Dylan White (Townsville)
11 Ariki Wallace (Brisbane) 82 Jye Marriott (CQ Capras)
10 Jaylan De Groot (Tweed) 78 Jonah Glover (Brisbane)
9 Mason Peut (Sunshine Coast) 76 Brayden Paix (Souths Logan)
9 Cruise Ten (Souths Logan) 74 Jai Smoothy (Sunshine Coast)
7 Brent Barnes (Tweed) 72 Cody Hunter (Redcliffe)
7 William Dobson (Redcliffe) 65 Tom Weaver (Tweed)
7 Cody Hunter (Redcliffe) 56 Sterling Addo-Nona (Northern Pride)
7 Zac Laybutt (Townsville) 48 Brenton Baira (Mackay)
7 Kalani Skipps (Burleigh) 48 Jacob Mene (Townsville)

The Hastings Deering Colts takes the weekend off due to rep round before returning for Round 11 in two weeks time.

Round 11
Saturday, July 2
Ipswich Jets v Western Clydesdales
CQ Capras v Tweed Seagulls
Sunshine Coast Falcons v Townsville Blackhawks
Northern Pride v Burleigh Bears
Sunday, July 3
Souths Logan Magpies v Mackay Cutters
Brisbane Tigers v Redcliffe Dolphins
Norths Devils v Wynnum Manly Seagulls


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