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Action from the round 12 INTRUST SUPER Cup clash between Easts Tigers v Northern Pride at Langlands Park in  Brisbane.  Image is for Editorial Use Only. Any further use or individual sale of this image must be cleared by application to the Manager Sports Media Publishing (SMP Images). PHOTO: STEVE BELL/SMP IMAGES

NORTHERN PRIDE v EASTS TIGERS (postponed Round 7 game)
6pm - Davies Park, Mareeba on Saturday, July 5
Michael Gordon
Head to Head:
Pride 10 Easts 4 
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The Northern Pride and Easts Tigers will head to Mareeba this weekend to play in their re-scheduled match from round 7 of the Intrust Super Cup.

Take a look at the stat-pack for this game from QRL statistician Brad Tallon:

·         Round 16, 2014: Pride 44 def Easts 20 (Pride's equal highest score against Easts)

·         Pride have won four of past five games against Easts

·         Easts have won only one of seven games in Cairns (last year's major semi-final 29-16)

·         Pride have not lost at Barlow this year (eight games)

·         This is the 5th cup game in Mareeba. Cairns beat Souths and Gold Coast there in 1998 and Wynnum in 2000. Young Guns also beat Wests there in 2003.

·         Pride have won seven in a row; Easts have won their past four away games.

·         Both coaches have coached 40 games – Demetriou has won 31 lost nine, Ingebrigtsen has win 24, drawn one and lost 15. Demetriou is 3-1 head to head.

·         This is the 50th Cup game: Eddie Tautali (all Easts Tigers)

·         Queensland Residents/Cowboys/Storm changes have meant that Pride have named only nine, Easts only 10 of the teams that played three weeks ago for this match.

Weekly Team Lists:

Intrust Super Cup - Round 7 (Postponed Game)

Northern Pride v Easts Tigers on Saturday, July 5 at Davies Park, Mareeba 

Northern Pride

1. Hezron Murgha 22. Kyle Feldt 3. Justin Castellaro 4. Brett Anderson (c) 5. Semi Tadulala 6. Ryan Ghietti 7. Sam Obst 8. Ricky Thorby 9. Jason Roos (c) 10. Alex Starmer 11. Latu Fifita 12. Tyrone McCarthy 13. Tom Hancock 14. Jordon Biondi-Odo 15. Jack Svendsen 16. Sheldon Powe-Hobbs 17. PJ Webb 

Coach: Jason Demetriou

Easts Tigers

1. Cameron Munster 2. Eddie Tautali 3. Hymel Hunt 4. Donald Malone 5. Marika Koroibete 6. Jacob Fauid 7. Liam Tyson 8. Steven Thorpe (c) 9. Tom Butterfield 10. Kenny Bromwich 11. Tim Glasby 12. Troy Giess 13. Jacob Ling 14. Liam McDonald 15. Foisa Peni 16. Matthew Zgrajewski 17. Joel Romelo

Coach: Craig Ingebrigtsen