The second round of the competition was marred by bad weather with two games cancelled and another match ending prematurely. 

The big clash between Valleys and Highfields on Saturday night was called off after a transformer blew causing a power outage.  The two sides will receive one point each as a result.  The trend continued on Sunday when the Brothers vs Souths match was cancelled due to inclement weather.

The replay of last year's grand final between Gatton and Wattles went ahead as scheduled on Sunday.  

Wattles play maker Matthew Duggan was a noticeable absentee and his side suffered accordingly.  The Gatton side deserve plenty of praise for their 36-12 victory, none more so than new recruit five eighth Jeffrey Nielsen who outshone his counterparts with a glorious display of running and passing. 

The Gatton forwards continually rolled over the advantage line and allowed the slick backs to convert their opportunities.  Unfortunately this game ended early, with 12 minutes remaining, as the slippery surface and torrential rain forced officials to end the match.

The Warwick Cowboys travelled to Pittsworth on Sunday to test their credentials against a feisty and talented outfit. 

The Cowboys led for much of the game but when Pittsworth halfback Dane Evans slotted the conversion of a late Pittsworth try, the Danes claimed a 16-14 victory in the first home game for the season. 

In the other match of the round Dalby proved too good for the Goondiwindi Boars running out 46-22 winners.  

Round 2: Dalby 46 def Goondiwindi 22, Pittsworth 16 def Warwick 14, Brothers v Souths called off due to severe weather, Highfields v Valleys called off due to severe weather, Gatton 36 def Wattles 12 called off in 68th minute due to severe weather.
Points: Gatton 4, Highfields 3, Valleys 3, Dalby 2, Warwick 2, Oakey 2, Pittsworth 2, Brothers 1, Souths 1, Wattles 0, Goondiwindi 0.