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Milestones to look out for during season 2021

While only two rounds in so far, the 2021 Intrust Super Cup season is set to be huge for the Queensland Rugby League, teams, individual players, coaches and clubs in terms of milestones and achievements.

There are plenty of experienced players involved in the competition who have contributed so much to their teams. Below are some of the top milestones and achievements which can potentially be attained in 2021.

These statistics are correct following Round 2 of the 2021 Intrust Super Cup season and have been provided by Brad Tallon. 

200 Cup games

Three players are closing in on 200 Cup games with Tyson Lofipo, Rod Griffin and Dane Hogan all in with the opportunity to reach this rare milestone this season.

195 - Tyson Lofipo (all games for Ipswich Jets)

184 - Rod Griffin (current club - Northern Pride. Former clubs - Wynnum Manly Seagulls, Tweed Seagulls, Ipswich Jets, Townsville Blackhawks)

180 - Dane Hogan (current club - Sunshine Coast Falcons. Former clubs - Northern Pride, Mackay Cutters, Easts Tigers)

Rod Griffin runs out for the Northern Pride. Photo: Nicky Weise / QRL
Rod Griffin runs out for the Northern Pride. Photo: Nicky Weise / QRL

150 games

Hard-working second rower Mitch Frei has the potential to reach 150 games in the Intrust Super Cup if his current club Brisbane Tigers press on into the finals.

131 - Mitch Frei (current club - Brisbane Tigers. Former clubs - Norths Devils, Wynnum Manly Seagulls, Souths Logan Magpies)

100 games

There are 18 players who have the chance of reaching the special centenary milestone this season, but some can get there this year if they make the grand final on September 26.

95 - Hayden Schwass (all games for Burleigh Bears. Schwass has also played two extra games for the Bears, with the club representing the state in the NRL State Championship on two occasions.)

94 - Wes Conlon (current club - Ipswich Jets. Former club - Souths Logan Magpies)

92 - Kurtis Rowe (all games for Burleigh Bears. Rowe has also played two extra games for the Bears, with the club representing the state in the NRL State Championship on two occasions.)

Duncan Hall Medallist: Kurtis Rowe

92 - Jon Reuben (current club - Norths Devils. Former clubs - Townsville Blackhawks, Sunshine Coast Falcons, Redcliffe Dolphins, Norths Devils)

92 - Cameron Cullen (current club - Redcliffe Dolphins. Former clubs - Mackay Cutters, Burleigh Bears)

92 - Delouise Hoeter (current club - Wynnum Manly Seagulls. Former clubs - Townsville Blackhawks, Norths Devils)

91 - Aaron Rockley (all games for Wynnum Manly Seagulls)

90 - Javid Bowen (all games for Northern Pride)

89 - Sami Sauiluma (all games for Burleigh Bears. Sauiluma has also played two extra games for the Bears, with the club representing the state in the NRL State Championship on two occasions.)

89 - Ryley Jacks (current club - Brisbane Tigers. Former clubs - Burleigh Bears, Tweed Seagulls, Sunshine Coast Falcons)

89 - Enock Maki (all games for PNG Hunters. Maki has also played an extra games for the Hunters, with the club representing the state in the NRL State Championship.)

85 - Sam Scarlett (current club - Wynnum Manly Seagulls. Former club - Souths Logan Magpies)

84 - Pat Politoni (all games for Burleigh Bears. Politoni has also played two extra games for the Bears, with the club representing the state in the NRL State Championship on two occasions.)

83 - Guy Hamilton (current club - Burleigh Bears. Former clubs - Easts Tigers, Sunshine Coast Falcons, Souths Logan Magpies)

83 - Ben White (all games for Ipswich Jets)

82 - Kierran Moseley (current club - Ipswich Jets. Former clubs - Burleigh Bears, Tweed Seagulls, Townsville Blackhawks)

80 - Seb Pandia (current club - Ipswich Jets. Former club - PNG Hunters)

79 - Jayden Berrell (current club - Wynnum Manly Seagulls. Former clubs - Norths Devils, Easts Tigers)

Jayden Berrell in action for Wynnum Manly Seagulls in Round 1, 2021. Photo: Jim O'Reilly / QRL
Jayden Berrell in action for Wynnum Manly Seagulls in Round 1, 2021. Photo: Jim O'Reilly / QRL

Coaching milestones

There have been a number of successful coaches in the Intrust Super Cup, some who have helped guide their teams to premiership glory, while others can take pride in their work to help get the best out of their players.

In the competition currently, Burleigh Bears mentor Rick Stone has currently coached for 212 games, making him the most experienced. 

Stone will be aiming to overtake former Ipswich Jets co-coaches Ben Walker and Shane Walker (219) and Wayne Treleaven and Jim Lenihan (218 each) this season.

Other milestones

One of the highlights of the Intrust Super Cup competition is cheering on the players who just know how to cross the line or strike the ball over the black dot.

Jon Reuben - 2019 highlights

This season, Norths Devils flyer Jon Reuben is coming up to 100 tries. Currently he has 94 tries from 91 games.

Sunshine Coast Falcons halfback Todd Murphy (main image) has a huge milestone within his grasp this season and is coming up to 1000 points.

Following a successful Round 2 where he kicked five conversions and a penalty goal, Murphy is currently on 854 points.

Only seven players have scored 1000 points in the history of the competition.