(Photo: Vanessa Hafner / QRL)

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.

Stat sheet
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.

Stat sheet
Northern Pride: Hamish Davies – 45 tackles; Anderson Kuna – 84 run metres
Wynnum Manly: Kobe Martin – 20 tackles; Ryan Jackson – 218 run metres

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.

Stat sheet
Mackay: Ethan Sweet – 30 tackles; Jack Hoffmann – 158 run metres
Ipswich: Benjamin Charles – 37 tackles; Mitch Harsant – 154 run metres; Samson Sauaso – 2 line breaks

Debuts: Alex LawtonAlfie Schultz (Mackay)

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.

Stat sheet
Redcliffe: Sefanaia Cowley-Lupo – 22 tackles; William Dobson – 206 run metres; Samual Elara – 2 line breaks
Norths: Tristan Voll – 34 tackles; Blayden Dodd – 114 run metres

Debuts: Sione KivaluJacob Laban (Redcliffe)

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.

Stat sheet
Burleigh: Matthew Canning – 30 tackles; Samuel McIntyre – 143 run metres
Townsville: William Latu – 28 tackles; Jacob Mene – 180 run metres; Tyreece Woods – 3 line breaks

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.

Stat sheet
Brisbane: Justin Smith – 33 tackles; Lachlan West – 147 run metres, 3 line breaks
Souths Logan: Declan Buckley – 42 tackles; Connor Williams – 117 run metres

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/

Click HERE for the Hastings Deering Colts ladder

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.


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