Round 5 of the BRL A Grade In Safe Hands Cup kicks off tomorrow (Saturday, April 8) and it will be the last round of play before the Easter break.

The round will kick off with the Ipswich Jets taking on the Easts Tigers at North Ipswich Reserve at 2.15pm.

The Jets seemed to be on the right foot, but were brought to a halt by a strong Redcliffe Dolphins side last weekend. The Tigers are coming off a bye going into this game

These two sides have always produced exciting clashed and will provide some great footy.

If you are around the Ipswich area make, make sure to check out the game.

The two strong sides in the Wynnum Manly Seagulls and Redcliffe Dolphins will go head-to-head this weekend at BMD Kougari Oval at 1pm to start off Sunday’s games.

The Dolphins are coming off a big win against the Jets last weekend and will be hoping their winning form continues. They are a competitive side and can play some great footy.

The Seagulls had a great opening to the game against the West Brisbane Panthers last weekend, but eventually lost the lead and the game.

They will be looking for some redemption this weekend, so be sure you check out this game it is expected to be a great contest.   

Bringing Round 5 to a close will be Logan Brothers hosting the Panthers on Sunday at Davies Park at 1.15pm.

Logan Brothers, who are renowned for their big forward pack and tough defence, will be tested when they take on the top-placed side.

The Panthers are yet to lose a game this year, but their coach does not think his side are playing to their full potential in attack.

They will have their limits challenged this weekend and nervous fans will be hoping their side can get the upper hand.

Logan Brothers have their fans cover who cannot get to the game, they will be able to live stream their clash against the Tigers here: Live Stream Logan Brothers v Easts Tigers

Valleys Diehards have the bye this weekend.

*In recognition of the significant and far reaching influence that Richie Johnston had on the game of rugby league, all teams (players & staff) in all ‘In Safe Hands’ Cup and BSDRL matches will join the match officials and wear black armbands on their left bicep to honour his contribution during this weekend’s matches.

IN SAFE HANDS CUP - Round 5 teams            

Ipswich Jets v Easts Tigers at North Ipswich Reserve, Saturday, April 8 – 2.15pm

Ipswich Jets

1. Bernard Mosby 2. Brendan Marshall 3. Sig Manu Wigness 4. Finecallum Faingaa 5. Joel Fale 6. Tu’u Maori 7. Isimeeli Hafoka   8. Andrew Telea 9. Peter Whittaker 10. David Tahavalu 11. Liam Sue-Tin 12. Isaac Chrichton 13. Denzel King 14. Wayd Nibbs 15. Joseph Wegert 16. Phillip Homboi 17. TBA

Coach: Mark Bishop

Easts Tigers

1. Maeli Seve 2. Michael Pouhila 3. Brett Ferguson 4. David McKenna 5. Brandon Downey 6. Brayden Torpy 7. James Salter 8. Gene Ropoama 9. Chris Ostwald 10. Liufau Hala 11. Timothy Lomai 12. Kevin Bell 13. Shawn Anderson 14. Connor Jones 15. Matt Richards 16. Ryan Cameron 17. Anton Iaria

Coach: David Krause

Wynnum Manly v Redcliffe Dolphins at Kougari Oval, Sunday, April 9 – 1.00pm

Wynnum Manly

1.Benaiah Bowie 2. Tumoana Halkyard 3. Daniel Wallace 4. Mitchell McMillan 5. Paora Kemp 6. Ben Cronin 7. Matt Seamark 8. Billy Solah 9. Mitchell Moore 10. Adam Tuimavave-Gerrard 11. Brad Mana 12. Brendon McBryde 13. Tanu Wulf 14. Aaron Booth 15. Ben Shea 16. Andrew Clayton 17. Josh Hoffman

Coach: Ron Troutman

Redcliffe Dolphins

1. Kyle Van Klaveren 2. Shaun Rees 3. Sonny Munroe 4. Rinsma Saueha 5. Curtis Johnston 6. Mitch Wilson 7. Zach Strasser 8. Nathan Watts 9. Sheldon Pitama 10. Taylor Brown 11. Joe Bradley 12. Nick Ritter 13. Jaz Nahu-Main 14. Tyrone Hussey 15. Kahi Harawira 16. Johnnie Fox 17. Daniel Graham

Coach: Daniel Green

Logan Brothers v West Brisbane Panthers at Davies Park, Sunday, April 9 – 1.15pm

Logan Brothers

1. Connor Toia 2. Kieran Battellely 3. Steve Tolo 4. Chris Taulangi 5. Mitch Hallinan 6. Jye Boyd 7. LJ Waddups 8. Reece Summer 9. Jack Walters 10. Jordan Mago 11. Ty Etimani 12. Jack Anderson 13. Grayson Putu 14. Cameron Boga 15. Ambrose Fenn 16. Declan Morrissey 17. Otu Talakai

Coach: Steve Bretherton

West Brisbane Panthers

1. Jake Dornan 2. Adam Wickins 3. Michael Pearsall 4. Kennedy Pettyborne 5. Paul Uhlburg 6. Zac Russ 7. Kane Zalewski 8. Josh Afoa 9. Kalolo Saituia 10. Jared Blanke 11. Troy Swift 12. James Sharkie 13. Ryan Dornan 14. Erik Koelbel 15. Aiden Tua 16. Dom Biondi 17. Tim Tanielu

Coach: Wayne Weekes