Sunshine Coast Falcons 30 – 26 Tweed Seagulls
The Falcons held off a late Tweed comeback to secure their third-straight victory.
Sunshine Coast 30 (T Coupe 2, R Boaza, J Lanuto, B Siebuhr, J Zanchetta tries; L Bell 2, J Lowe goals) def. Tweed 26 (B Barnes 2, O Bryant 2, B Liyou tries; T Ujdur-Berghan 3 goals) at Sunshine Coast Stadium.
Sunshine Coast: Danny Heenan – 30 tackles; Kaleb Sutton – 200 run metres; Brendan Siebuhr – 2 line breaks
Tweed: Jordan Stewart – 44 tackles; Brent Barnes – 196 run metres; Oskar Bryant – 2 line breaks
Debuts: Mason Kira (Sunshine Coast)
Wynnum Manly Seagulls 100 – 0 Northern Pride
Top of the table Wynnum Manly smashed the record for biggest Colts win against an understrength Pride outfit.
Wynnum Manly 100 (G Hagai 3, J Bowyer 2, F Fa’atili 2, C Huth 2, L Philp 2, C Cowley, J Davies, R Jackson, E Malt, K Martin, B Seu-Easthope, N Ward tries; J Bowyer 14 goals) def. Northern Pride 0 at Callendar Park.
Debuts: Japheth Mundraby (Northern Pride)
Ipswich Jets 30 – 26 Mackay Cutters
Ipswich overcame a 22-12 halftime deficit to record their fourth win of the season in Mackay.
Ipswich 30 (S Sauaso 2, J Afamasaga, T Bowman, S Inoke tries; N Stephensen 5 goals) def. Mackay 26 (J Hoffman, M McGowan, K Mooney, A O’Donnell, K Simon tries; B Black 3 goals) at BB Print Stadium.
Redcliffe Dolphins 54 – 10 Norths Devils
Redcliffe extended their winning streak to seven with a dominant 44-point triumph over Norths.
Redcliffe 54 (W Dobson 2, S Elara 2, S Cowley-Lupo, I Jackson, K Kepu, J Laban, A Leiataua, T Otukolo tries; C Hunter 7 goals) def. Norths 10 (B Dodd, L Milburn tries; J Murray goal) at Moreton Daily Stadium.
Townsville Blackhawks 52 – 18 Burleigh Bears
Townsville kept the pressure on Wynnum Manly with a big win over Burleigh, which ended the Bears winning run.
Townsville 52 (J Yallop 2, J Baldwin, T Duffy, J Hansen, J Mene, R Wavik, D White, T Woods tries; D White 8 goals) def. Burleigh 18 (M Canning, I Matalavea-Booth, J Shannon tries; B Tagg 2, M Canning goals) at Pizzey Park.
Debuts: Kobe Wood (Burleigh)
Brisbane Tigers 54 – 16 Souths Logan Magpies
The Tigers backed up their 60-point win last weekend with a strong 38-point win over Souths Logan.
Brisbane 54 (L West 3, T Thompson 2, E Daunt, B Russell, J Saldanha, J Smith tries; J Glover 8 goals) def. Souths Logan 16 (D Buckley, K Ratumaitavuki-Aiolupo, N Tangimataiti tries; B Paix 2 goals) at Totally Workwear Stadium.
The Western Clydesdales were forced to forfeit their Round 13 game against the CQ Capras due to “injuries, illness and family commitments“. The Capras were awarded a 40-0 victory.
You can watch every Colts game live and on demand at https://qplus.tv/
QRL.com’s Round 13 Heavy Lifter: https://www.qrl.com.au/news/2022/07/19/heavy-lifter—lachlan-west/
|Top Try Scorers||Top Point Scorers|
|19 Jacob Mene (Townsville)||128 Dylan White (Townsville)|
|12 Jaylan De Groot (Tweed)||116 Jonah Glover (Brisbane)|
|12 Ariki Wallace (Brisbane)||108 Brayden Paix (Souths Logan)|
|12 Lachlan West (Brisbane)||102 Cody Hunter (Redcliffe)|
|11 Mason Peut (Sunshine Coast)||98 Jack Bowyer (Wynnum Manly)|
|10 Brent Barnes (Tweed)||90 Brenton Baira (Mackay)|
|10 Luke Philp (Wynnum Manly)||86 Jye Marriott (CQ Capras)|
|9 Brenton Baira (Mackay)||76 Jacob Mene (Townsville)|
|9 William Dobson (Redcliffe)||76 Jai Smoothy (Sunshine Coast)|
|9 Kalani Skipps (Burleigh)||71 Tom Weaver (Tweed)|
The Hastings Deering Colts has a scheduled break this weekend (July 23-24), with the competition returning on July 31 with the first game of the Round 14 split-round.
The gap in the schedule allows the Devils and Tigers to play their rescheduled Round 7 game, which was postponed due to rain.