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Capras downed by Tweed as Redcliffe topple Tigers

The CQ Capras went down to the Seagulls as Redcliffe jumped the Tigers after their win on the weekend.

Tweed Seagulls 42 defeated CQ Capras 18

  • Lachlan Hubner topped the run metres (187m) and tackle count (40) for the Capras
  • JJ Collins was strong in the middle picking up 152 metres

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What the Coach said

"It was a very disappointing performance on the weekend compared to the standards that the team has set.

"JJ Collins tried extremely hard in the middle but unfortunately didn't have the support.

"We will regroup and get back to our best this weekend against Pride in Cairns." - CQ Capras Coach Lionel Harbin

Up next for CQ Capras

The Capras (6th) will head to Cairns to face the Pride (8th) on Sunday afternoon.

Redcliffe Dolphins 38 defeated Brisbane Tigers 22

  • Brenton Baira scored his first double in Redcliffe colours and now has 5 tries from 5 games
  • Brayden McGrady and Max Plath both crossed the tryline
  • Redcliffe have now jumped the Tigers into 3rd place on the ladder

What the Coach said

"We had a few late withdrawals through illness but that gave some young players another opportunity to step up for us.

"Sheldon Pitama led the side on the day with his effort and defence and was definitely a stand out." - Redcliffe Dolphins Coach Ben Te'o

Up next for Redcliffe

Redcliffe will now host the Devils (12th) at Kayo Stadium at 5pm on Saturday in another Grand Final rematch. The last time these two sides met in round 2, it was a 30-30 draw.

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The Dolphins respect and honour 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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