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Capras continue unbeaten run as Redcliffe crack into the eight

The CQ Capras have continued their unbeaten run downing Wynnum Manly while Redcliffe cracked into the top eight after knocking off Sunshine Coast.

Capras 22 defeated Wynnum Manly 16

  • Bailey Butler picked up a try on his way to 177m for the game
  • Edrick Lee racked up 107 metres on the wing
  • JJ Collins ran for 176 metres with 71 post-contact metres
  • Anthony Milford made his comeback from a hamstring injury with a try assist and six tackle breaks to his name

Capras Player Stats

What the coach said

"It was a tough win on the weekend against a very good side.

"The four Dolphins players where heavily involved in the win in particular JJ Collins who laid the platform in the middle with Bailey Butler to set up a great game." - Lionel Harbin, Capras Coach.

Up next for CQ Capras

The Capras head down to the Gold Coast to face Burleigh in a top-of-the-table clash. A win will put the Capras four points clear of second.

Redcliffe Dolphins 32 defeated Sunshine Coast 18

  • Dolphins train-and-trial players Brenton Baira, Trai Fuller, Jeremiah Simbiken and Brayden McGrady all crossed the stripe
  • Centre Valynce Te Whare made 140 metres with 63 post-contact metres
  • Hooker Harrison Graham made his first appearance for Redcliffe, returning from a pre-season MCL injury

Redcliffe player stats

What the coach said

"It was a great performance and we love playing at Kayo Stadium so it was nice to play like that in front of our home fans.

"The Falcons brought up a very strong side and we had a lot of players stand up for us." - Ben Te'o, Redcliffe Coach.

Up next for Redcliffe

Redcliffe will enjoy the bye this weekend and could potentially climb to sixth place depending on other results.

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