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Capras and Redcliffe win big in Country Week

Both the Capras and Redcliffe turned it on for big wins in Country Week this weekend.

CQ Capras 46 defeated Ipswich Jets 6

  • Brenko Lee returned from injury but picked up a hamstring injury after a short stint
  • Fullback Blake Moore scored a hattrick and kicked a conversion for a 14-poin haul
  • JJ Collins racked up 169 metres with more than half of those in post contact
  • Lachlan Hubner topped the run metres with 234 coming off the bench
  • Was their biggest win of the season, beating out the 34-0 win over the Devils in Round 5
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Wha the Coach said

"The team really enjoyed going out to Biloela for Country Week. The Capras are very appreciative of the hospitality shown by the Biloela Panthers Football club and the general community. The community went above and beyond to make the game go ahead this weekend and the boys wanted to put in a really good performance for them.

"Lachlan Hubner did a great job up front along with Kurt Donoghue in the middle, unfortunately Brenko reinjured his hamstring but gave an opportunity for Zev John to replace him and had a great contribution to the win.

"Blake Moore grabbed a second half hattrick to cap off a really good performance also." - CQ Capras Coach Lionel Harbin

Up next for CQ Capras

The Capras sit in outright sixth position and will head to Toowoomba to face the Clydesdales (13th) on Saturday afternoon.

Redcliffe Dolphins 38 defeated Burleigh Bears 6

  • Fullback Trai Fuller bagged a hattrick and topped the metres with 173
  • Both Tesi Niu (centre, 144 metres) and Josh Kerr (prop, 89 metres) dropped back from NRL duties
  • Winger Brenton Baira took up kicking duties slotting five conversions
  • The first time Redcliffe have scored more than 30 points since Round 13

What the Coach said

"It was a great trip out to Miles for Country Week. They really looked after us well and turned out in numbers for a great game." - Redcliffe Dolphins Coach Ben Te'o

Up next for Redcliffe

Redcliffe have jumped the Tigers into fourth spot with a higher points differential and get the week off with the bye. The following week Redcliffe will face the Hunters (11th) in PNG.

Acknowledgement of Country

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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