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Gains and Losses for 2019: Ipswich Jets

A favourite son returns to the fold for the Ipswich Jets, headlining their list of gains for the 2019 season.

Premiership winning half Josh Cleeland is back for the Jets after a successful stint down south with the Bulldogs which included a NSW Intrust Super Premiership title.

His return will do much to offset the loss of experience half Dane Phillips who has retired alongside try scoring machine Wes Conlon.

Another high-profile recruit for season 2019 is Peter Gubb from Wynnum Manly.

A popular figure in the Intrust Super Cup competition; he will be hoping to find a new lease of life under the coaching of the Walker brothers and following in the footsteps of recent Seagulls convert Ben Shea.

Peter Gubb in action for Wynnum Manly Seagulls. Photo: QRL Media
Peter Gubb in action for Wynnum Manly Seagulls. Photo: QRL Media

Gains: Josh Cleeland (Canterbury Bulldogs), Hayden Crowley (Wynnum Seagulls), Peter Gubb (Wynnum Seagulls), Brett Kelly, Jacob Teevan (Easts Tigers) Fred Keil (Melbourne Rebels / University) Todd White (Pittsworth Danes).

Losses: Dane Phillips (Retired), Wes Conlon (Brothers Ipswich).

Where they finished in 2018: 6th

Ipswich Jets: Best of 2018

Coach for 2019: Ben Walker and Shane Walker

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