A double header at Carina’s Leo Williams Oval headlines Round 5 of the Brisbane Rugby League.

Carina take on Gaters in the first of the two-match card before Easts meet Normanby.

With the Intrust Super Cup taking the week off due to the annual interstate residents representative fixture, plenty of fringe Cup players are in action in the BRL.

The Tigers have named three players in their backline who have played in the top grade this season.

Custodian Leon Ellia-Niukore and centre pairing Jacob Paul and Whetu Austin have all tasted Intrust Super Cup, while the experienced Liam McDonald lines up at prop.

The Hounds have several Souths Logan affiliated players, including fullback Jonathon Kent, five-eighth Jack Walters and hulking prop Tikiko Noke.

Normanby pushed West Brisbane to the final minute at Purtell Park last Saturday, but were unable to clinch the win.

Meanwhile, Redcliffe travel to Kitchener Park to take on a Wynnum Manly Redland City side fresh from an upset win over Gaters.

In the other Round 5 match, Valleys Diehards host Logan Brothers with both clubs keen to register their second win of the year.

Valleys Diehards v Logan Brothers at Emerson Park, Saturday 7 May, 3pm

Valleys Diehards

1. Andrew Lancaster 2. Tom Collins 3. Shane Picker 4. Ryley Kajewski 5. Stacey Everitt 6. Trent Williamson 7. Dan Murphy 8. Rez Phillips 9. Dayne Rogers 10. Billy Solah 11. Kobi Mills 12. Liam Herrington 13. Chris Aiton 14. Cody Herrington 15. Dylan Mislov 16. James Hicks 17. Daniel Nolan Coach: Don Gailer

Logan Brothers

1. Peter Lee 2. Ellery Tusa 3. Tim Brooks 4. Nick Doyle 5. Codey Kennedy 6. Jashir Bhullar 7. Ben Jackson 8. Terry Kepu 9. Grayson Putu 10. George Fai 11. Francis Fafita 12. Les Aumua 13. Jack Anderson 15. Niu Mauigoa 16. Te Rore Puke 17. John Maireroa 18. Zac Lee Coach: Steven Bretheton

Carina v Gaters at Leo Williams Oval, Saturday 7 May, 3pm

Carina

1. Benjamin Lanskey 2. Jade Hoy 3. Paul Cullen 4. Matthew Craven 5. Braedon Leahy 6. Cameron Robertson 7. Joel Keune 8. Thomas Price 9. Benjamin Moore 10. Shane Gillham 11. Cory McEwan 12. Steven Tyrrell 13. Christopher Cook 14. Griffin Freeman 15. Tom O’Keefe 16. Ash Bull 17. Tyrone Lowry Coach: Peter Edwards

Gaters

1 Adam Wickins 2. Curtis Johnston 3. Justin Sleep 4. Dwayne Duncan 5. Kieran English 6. Jarrod Watson 7. Marlon Doak 8. Brendan Tailford 9. Tyler Jones 10. Simon Malcolm 11. Josh Benjamin 20.Troyden Watene 13. Takai Tikinau 14. Derek Wolfenden 15. TBA 16. Troy Swift 17. Zac Russ Coach: Craig Rodgers

Wynnum Manly Redland City v Redcliffe Dolphins at Kitchener Park, Saturday 7 May, 3:15pm

Wynnum Manly Redland City

1. Jeriah Goodrich 2. Liam Clark 3. Tyson Brookes 4. Mitch McMillan 5. Hayden Crowley 6. Josh Marshman 7. Brayden Josephs 8. Josh Hoffman 9. Ben Davey 10. Tanu Wulf 11. Brad Mana 12. Te Carew 13. Corey Davis 14. Brayden Mitchell 15. Junior Pita 16. Andrew Thompson 17. Jacob Paulo Coach: Ron Troutman

Redcliffe

1. Josh Beehag 2. Glen Ellis 3. Kyle Van Klaveren 4. Rinsma Saueha 5. Jonus Pearson 6. John Brady 7. Mitchell Wilson 8. Taylor Brown 9. Hayden Hansen 10. Nick Timm 11. Jaz Nahu-Main 12. Joel Mayne 13. Tai Vaavale 14. Paea’l Talakai 15. Jayden Best 16. Dujuan Liolevave 17. Daniel Graham Coach: Daniel Green

Easts Tigers v Normanby Hounds at Leo Williams Oval, Saturday 7 May, 4:45pm

Easts

1. Leon Ellia-Niukore 2. Jack Schaffer 3. Jacob Paul 4. Whetu Austin 5. Shem Tatupu 6. Mackenzie Reid 7. James Salter 8. Liam MacDonald 9. Chris Ostwald 10. Kurt Hatfield 11. Adam Crear 12. Sam Bielefeld 13. Samuel Gee 14. Luifau Hala 15. John Puna 16. Josh Everett 17. Nathan Smith Coach; Jason Di Lizio

Normanby

1. Jonathon Kent 2. Andy Launiuvao 3. Joe Henderson 4. Mitchell Hallinan 5. Anthony Seeto 6. Jack Walters 7. Jacob Thomas 8. Tikiko Noke 9. Jordan Eaton 10. Benjamin Faulkner 11. Graham Levu 12. Anthony Cheng 13. Tyson Skyring 14. Marc Webb 15. Ryan Dornan 16. Thomas Dempsey 17. Michael Crosby Coach: Wayne Treleaven

Note: West Brisbane Panthers v Ipswich Jets to be played at Kev McKell Oval, Saturday 16 July, 3:30pm

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