Under 14 Norths on top
ROUND 4 kicked off Friday night and in the Under 13s, Brothers Blue kept their unbeaten record intact, defeating Cap Coast Brothers in a tight affair. Unfortunately for Norths, they were beaten by Fitzroy’s who now join them on 6 points on the competition ladder.
In the Under 14s, Norths stand on top of the table after four rounds, with Brothers White second courtesy of a draw in round three with Cap Coast Brothers, Brothers Blue are in a purple patch of form after losing their opening game and have now won three on the trot with a strong win over Cap Coast Brothers on Friday night.
In the Under 15 competition, Brothers and Emu Park head the table and this weekend’s game against each other should give us our out right leader, Brothers were again too strong for Norths while Emu Park had a week off when Yeppoon had to forfeit to the Emus.
In the Under 16 competition Yeppoon continue to make strong running at top of the table with their win over Emu Park last Saturday. Brothers Blue dropped their first game of the season to a renewed Norths outfit and Cap Coast were too good for Brothers White. On their day anyone one of four sides could win the competition and once all their Central Queensland Capras return from Cyril Connell duties this age group will be a very tough competition.
In the Under 18 age group Yeppoon sit on top the ladder after their big win over Emu Park with a group of sides following, Brothers have made it three in a row with a good win over Norths on Friday night.
Gracemere and Cap Coast will meet during the week after the Cubs had their annual charity game against the Old Boys on Saturday and it was the Old Boys again taking the honours, which would have been all put down to their preparation the night before.
Friday Night – Victoria Park
Under 13 Brothers Blue 18 Cap Coast Brothers 14
Under 14 Brothers Blue 20 Cap Coast Brothers 8
Under 15 Brothers 34 Norths 10
Under 16 Cap Coast Brothers 58 Brothers 6
Under 18 Brothers 46 Norths 10
Friday Night- Browne Park
Under 13 Fitzroy’s 14 Norths 8
Under 14 Norths 30 Fitzroy’s 0
Under 15 Cap Coast Brothers 30 Fitzroy’s 22
Under 16 Norths 16 Brothers Blue 14
Webb Oval – Saturday
Under 13 Emu Park 22 Yeppoon 0
Under 14 Yeppoon 18 Emu Park 18
Under 15 Emu Park won on forfeit to Yeppoon
Under 16 Yeppoon 44 Emu Park 4
Under 18 Yeppoon 70 Emu Park 6
Cedric Archer Park – Saturday
Under 13 Brothers White 14 Gracemere 8
Under 14 Brothers White 40 Gracemere 0
Charity Match Gracemere Old Boys 40 Gracemere Under 18 18
Round 5 draw:
We would like to remind everyone to check with their clubs for times and any venue changes this week given the threat of Cyclone Hadi off the Queensland Coast.
Friday Night – Browne Park
Under 13 Norths v Brothers White
Under 14 Norths v Brothers White
Under 15 Norths v Cap Coast Brothers
Under 16 Norths v Cap Coast Brothers
Under 18 Norths v Cap Coast Brothers
Friday Night – Bicentennial Park
Under 13 Emu Park v Brothers Blue
Under 14 Emu Park v Brothers Blue
Under 15 Emu Park v Brothers
Under 16 Emu Park v Brothers White
Under 18 Emu Park v Brothers
Saturday – Saleyards Park
Under 13 Fitzroy’s v Cap Coast Brothers
Under 14 Fitzroy’s v Cap Coast Brothers
Under 15 Fitzroy’s v Yeppoon
Saturday – Webb Oval
Under 13 Yeppoon v Gracemere
Under 14 Yeppoon v Gracemere
Under 16 Yeppoon v Brothers Blue
Under 18 Yeppoon v Gracemere
REMINDER - Rhys Wesser Shield
Nominations close next Friday, March 21 for the two day carnival April 11 & 12.
This year's Under 14 9-a-side event has moved to a Friday Saturday format, with the Division One Grand Final to be played prior to the CQ Capras v Norths Devils Intrust Super Game at Browne Park.
Each year the event tries to get as many teams as possible to play semi final or grand finals with the added bonus this year all grand finals being played at the home of rugby league in Rockhampton.
Each team will receive 15 player and 30 adult passes to the Capra’s game on the Saturday night, as well the organises are again trying to arrange the Camp Quality touch game with Rhys and a few other ex NRL stars willing to help out by playing a game with the kids from Camp Quality against a star packed Carnival All Stars Team, in the last two years the carnival has raised over $800 for Camp Quality & Cancer Council Queensland from raffles at the event.
For further information clubs can contact Michael Fletcher on 0428113148 for further details.