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XXXX Queensland Residents - Key statistics

The XXXX Queensland Residents enjoyed a convincing 42-22 victory over their interstate rivals at Dolphin Stadium on Sunday. 

Key statistics from each Queensland player 

1.     Zac Santo

Santo was instrumental for Queensland at fullback, setting up two tries off the back of strong carries.

Run metres: 140 metres

Try assists: 2

Tackle breaks: 5

Supports: 35

2.     Richard Kennar

Kennar was strong under the high ball and looked dangerous every time he ran the ball. 

Run metres: 76 metres

Runs: 9

Post-contact metres: 33 metres

Tackle breaks: 3

3.     Delouise Hoeter

Three-try hero, Hoeter terrorised his opposition with his powerful running game and tackle busting ability. 

Tries: 3

Run metres: 82 metres

Line breaks: 1

Tackles: 21

XXXX QLD Residents: Delouise Hoeter

4.     Connor Broadhusrt

Broadhurst was strong in both attack and defence, and took pressure off his forwards with several strong carries coming out of his own half.

Runs: 10

Run metres: 113 metres

Post-contact metres: 49 metres

Tackles: 8

5.     Izaia Perese 

Perese was near unstoppable with ball in hand, running for the most metres of any Queensland player.

Runs: 13

Run metres: 149 metres

Post-contact metres: 59 metres

Tackle breaks: 8

6.     Josh Cleeland

The captain did not put a foot wrong in Queensland's 42-22 victory over NSW, finishing the game with 18 points.

Tries: 1

Goals: 7

Line breaks: 1

Tackle breaks: 7

7.     Sam Scarlett

Scarlett led the team around the park and was the standout performer for Queensland in a Man of the Match performance. 

Tries: 1

Try assists: 1

Run metres: 131 metres

Kick metres: 295 metres

XXXX QLD Residents: Sam Scarlett

8.     Nat Neale

The experienced forward led the forward pack from the front with a strong performance in both attack and defence, with 134 metres and 21 tackles. 

Runs: 12

Run metres: 134 metres

Tackles: 21

Line break assists: 1

9.     Mitch Cronin

Cronin created a number of opportunities for his team with his sharp running game from dummy half, whilst remained solid in defence.

Runs: 17

Run metres: 141 metres

Try assists: 1

Tackles: 24

10.  Corey Jensen

Impressive performance from the 107kg forward, scoring a try and running for 136 metres.

Tries: 1

Run metres: 136 metres

Tackles: 25

Tackle breaks: 4

11.  Keenan Palasia

Palasia created several try scoring opportunities off the back of his dominant running game and footwork at the line, registering 110 metres and 52 post-contact metres from 12 carries. 

Runs: 12

Run metres: 110 metres

Post-contact metres: 52 metres

Tackles: 20

12.  Temone Power

A powerhouse performance from Power, who scored a sensational try and made the most tackles of any Queensland player.

Tries: 1

Tackles: 30

Tackle breaks: 4

Supports: 17

13.  Tom Gilbert

Gilbert only played 37 minutes, but was near unstoppable, running for 132 metres, including 52 post-contact metres. 

Minutes: 37

Runs: 12

Run metres: 132 metres

Post-contact metres: 52 metres

XXXX Queensland Residents v Canterbury Cup NSW Residents: Highlights

14.  Christian Hazard

Hazard created several opportunities late in the game with his crafty running game and service from dummy half.

Minutes: 20

Runs: 3

Run metres: 38 metres

Tackles: 10

15.  Tino Fa’asuamaleaui

The super-sub was outstanding off the bench for Queensland with a massive 141 running metres, including three tackle breaks and 50 post contact metres. 

Minutes: 45

Run metres: 141 metres

Post-contact metres: 50 metres

Tackle breaks: 3

16.  Brett Greinke

Greinke lifted the team with some strong carries late in the game, whilst registered his first official victory against New South Wales.

Minutes: 24

Runs: 5

Run metres: 41 metres

Tackles: 12

17.  Darryn Schonig

Schonig was unstoppable coming off the bench early in the game, taking some strong carries and registering 83 metres and 43 post-contact metres from eight carries. 

Minutes: 39

Runs: 8

Run metres: 83 metres

Post-contact metres: 43 metres

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