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QRL State Carnival Final Day results

The SEQ Poinsettias claimed the honours in this year’s QRL State Carnival in the Men’s A Grade division, after sealing the title with a strong win in the final game of the over rivals Souths East Queensland.

Magpies Lenny Magey scored a hat-trick in the match, but it was team-mate Bailey Butler who took the Player of the Carnival award.

It was a successful tournament for the region with the Women’s honours being wrapped up earlier in the day with the South East Queensland Women overpowering Northern 28-0 with West Brisbane Panther Kazzia Lammon also picking herself up three tries.

The full Day 3 results are listed below:

WOMEN’S - Sunday, June 3

SOUTH EAST QUEENSLAND 28 (Kazzia Lammon 3, Shae De La Cruz, Kelsey Parkin, Mia Carter tries; Mia Carter 2 goals) def NORTHERN 0 
Halftime: South East Queensland 16-0

Final Competition Points:

South East Queensland 15, Central 8, Northern 1

QRL Divisional Trophy Winner (Women’s): South East Queensland
Player of the Carnival (Women’s):
Kazzia Lammon(South East Queensland)    

A GRADE (MEN’S) - Sunday, June 3

NORTHERN 26 (Nathan Traill 2, Mathew Skaife, Logan Spaander, Jack Lote tries; Logan Spaander 3 goals) def CENTRAL 4 (Matthew Craven try)
Halftime: Northern 14-0

SEQ POINSETTIAS 36 (Lenny Magey 3, Kyle van Klaveren 2, Trai Fuller, Bailey Butler tries; Kyle van Klaveren 4 goals) def SOUTH EAST QUEENSLAND 4 (Tom Medcalf try)
Halftime: SEQ Poinsettias 10-4

Final Competition Points:

SEQ Poinsettias 16, Northern 10, South East Queensland 6, Central 0

QRL Divisional Trophy Winner (A Grade Men’s): SEQ Poinsettias
Player of the Carnival (A Grade Men’s): Bailey Butler(SEQ Poinsettias) 


See the Day 2, 2018 results here >
See the Day 1, 2018 results here >


*This year's QRL A Grade State Carnival was played in conjunction with the Harvey Norman Women's National Championships. See the full wrap-up of that carnival here --> Final Day Results: Women's National Championships

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