The Brisbane Tigers have confirmed their six statewide competitions coaches for season 2022.
Jon Buchanan will remain in his role as head coach of the Intrust Super Cup team for another season.
The Tigers had an injury-curtailed year in 2021 and will be hoping to see a number of their key players return to full fitness for the 2022 campaign.
However, there were a number of bright spots for the Tigers Cup side, including seeing the progression into the NRL of Dean Ieremia, Jordan Grant and Daniel Atkinson.
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Mark Gliddon and Isaac Kauffman will stay on as coaches of the Hastings Deering Colts and Auswide Bank Mal Meninga Cup teams respectively.
Fiji Bulkulas head coach Adrian Vowles will also stay on with the club as coach of the women's side.
The inexperienced team gained valuable skills in the BHP Premiership in 2021 and unearthed some young players who are set to become mainstays of the game heading into the future.
Paul Nieuwenhuyzen will take the reins of the Tigers inaugural Harvey Norman Under 19 Girls side, after previously being a part of the BHP Premiership 2021 coaching staff as assistant coach.
Lote Tuqiri will takeover the head coach role of the Cyril Connell Challenge side.
Tuqiri has cut his teeth coaching Easts Tigers junior teams for the past few seasons.
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Brisbane Tigers 2022 statewide competitions coaches
Intrust Super Cup: Jon Buchanan
Hastings Deering Colts: Mark Gliddon
Brisbane Tigers women's team: Adrian Vowles
Harvey Norman Under 19 Girls: Paul Nieuwenhuyzen
Auswide Bank Mal Meninga Cup: Isaac Kauffman
Cyril Connell Challenge: Lote Tuqiri