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What's on in July

The inaugural Liam Hampson Cup will be broadcast live as the Hostplus Cup Round 17 feature match next weekend, as Tweed Seagulls and Redcliffe Dolphins pay tribute to the beloved No.9.

Hampson, who tragically passed away in October, played a total of 37 Cup games across both clubs, making his debut with Tweed in 2019 before joining Redcliffe in 2022.

To honour his memory, the Liam Hampson Cup will become a perpetual clash between his former teams, with the first instalment to take place in Round 17 on Sunday, July 9, at Cbus Super Stadium, as a curtain raiser to the Gold Coast Titans NRL match against the Dolphins.

The match will also be broadcast live from the special time of 1pm on, Kayo Freebies and 9Now.

Here is what else is coming to in July.

Hostplus Cup feature games in July

Round When Feature game Where to watch
16 Sunday, July 2 from 2pm BMD Indigenous Round: Ipswich Jets v Mackay Cutters Live and free on, Kayo Freebies and 9Now
17 Sunday, July 9 from 1pm Liam Hampson Cup: Tweed Seagulls v Redcliffe Dolphins Live and free on, Kayo Freebies and 9Now
18 Sunday, July 16 from 2pm Activate Queensland! Country Week: Townsville Blackhawks v Western Clydesdales Live and free on, Kayo Freebies and 9Now
19 Sunday, July 30 from 2pm Brisbane Tigers v PNG Hunters Live and free on, Kayo Freebies and 9Now

All regular season games are live for subscribers on, including all matches from Round 18's Activate Queensland! Country Week.

Will Brimson, Lorna Morton and AJ Brimson. Photo: Titans Media
Will Brimson, Lorna Morton and AJ Brimson. Photo: Titans Media

Hastings Deering Colts

Every regular season game of Hastings Deering Colts from Rounds 11, 12 and 13 will be live and on demand for subscribers.

Wheelchair State Challenge

The 2023 Wheelchair State Challenge between Queensland and New South Wales will be broadcast live on on Saturday, July 8, from 3pm.

Queensland are the reigning champions.

XXXX League Championship final

Brisbane Red versus Cairns in the 2023 League Championship final will be a free broadcast feature game on on Saturday, July 29. Time TBC. 

Toowoomba Rugby League

On Saturday, July 1, will host Toowoomba Rugby League’s Madsen Rasmussen Cup (A grade) and the Presidents Cup (Under 19, women’s and reserve grade).

These games will be available to all subscribers, with the Under 19 competition kicking off the day's action at 1.50pm.

Women's will start at 3.25pm, followed by reserve grade at 4.50pm and A grade at 6.30pm.

The 2023 Central Region Championship - U17 Girls will host the 2023 Central Region Championship Under 17 Girls tournament on the weekend of Saturday, July 1 to Sunday, July 2.

All games will be free to view, with the Saturday action kicking off at 12.45pm and the Sunday action to start from 9.30am.

Main image: Will Brimson and Cameron Cullen. Photo: Titans Media

Acknowledgement of Country

Queensland Rugby League respects and honours the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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