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Langlands Park

Easts 32 def Central 10

Brandon Park

Norths 36 def Souths Logan 28 (Halftime SL 18 - 14)

Kougari Oval

Tweed Seagulls 26 (Scott Ella, Josh Vaughan, Jay MCDermott, Nat Barnes, Brad Davis tries; Davis 3 goals) def Wynnum-Manly 0 (Halftime Tweed 12 - 0)

A Grade Tweed 18 def Wynnum 12

Colts Wynnum 30 def Tweed 18 
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SamIAm

SamIAm

yes. my ABC has gone to **** since moving out to bunya, so I only got the half-colour fuzzy version of it. The reception kind of censored it for me. :P 
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That was funny as, and almost scored.
The QRL will use that footage to get more fans to the games next year. 
DolphinMatt

DolphinMatt

FOGS Cup: Easts 34 d Western Districts 10 
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FOGS Colts Challenge
Tweed Heads 26 def Norths Devils 24 
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Colts at Kougari

Redcliffe and Western Districts 22-all with 27 minutes to go 
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FOGS Cup
Burleigh Bears 44 def Easts Tigers 16 
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FOGS Colts Challenge
Western Districts Panthers 29 def Redcliffe Dolphins 26 
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Halftime QLD Cup
Tweed Heads 20 Ipswich 4 
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Fulltime QLD Cup
Tweed Heads 40 def Ipswich Jets 14 
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FOGS Cup
Wynnum Manly Seagulls 46 def Ipswich Jets 16 
DolphinMatt

DolphinMatt

Preliminary Final Results

Qld Cup: Tweed Heads 34 d North Qld 10
FOGS Cup: Ipswich 24 d Burleigh 12
FOGS Colts: Norths 26 d Western Districts 16

My very quick sum up from the day's action at Langlands Park: All winning teams were simply too good on the day against their respective opponents.

Thus, the grand finals for next Saturday are:

Qld Cup: Redcliffe v Tweed Heads
FOGS Cup: Wynnum-Manly v Ipswich
FOGS Colts: Tweed Heads v Norths 
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Gulls, Gulls and Gulls for a great Grand Final day.

Oh well, there's always next year for the Young Guns - sorry, no there's not ! :P 
DolphinMatt

DolphinMatt

North Qld become the second minor premiers in Q-Cup history not to make the grand final. Wynnum (1997) was the first. 
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They're in good company. :lol:

Actually, the Young Guns have dominated the home-and-away rounds for the past three seasons and only have one Grand Final appearance to show for it. Fortunately, they made the most of that appearance.

Out in straight sets the last two years. 
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FOGS Colts Challenge
Halftime: Tweed Heads 18 Norths 4 
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FOGS Colts Challenge Grand Final

Tweed Heads 18 (Luke Dumas 2, David Moore tries; Luke Dumas 3 goals) def Norths Devils 14 (Jharal Yow Yeh, Jacob Samoa, Willis Grant tries; Ryan Hansen goal) 
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FOGS Cup:

Halftime: Wynnum Manly 32 Ipswich 0 
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http://qrl.com.au/display.php?pg_id=3358 Seagulls Clinch Colts Premiership

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TWO sensational tries from schoolboy Luke Dumas put Tweed Heads on the warpath to its first FOGS Colts Challenge premiership, ending the three-year reign of the Norths Devils with an 18-14 victory at Suncorp Stadium.
Dumas, who also won the Queensland title in the Arrive Alive Cup with Palm Beach Currumbin, was left to savour a remarkable run of successes in 2008.
Still just 17-years-old, the gifted winger struggled to celebrate the win however, pulled from the field suffering nausea late in the game.
His illness came about from a nasty head clash in the first half, remarkably before he scored his second try.
Dumas returned briefly to the field after being bandaged up and, from a standing start, shimmied to attract two defenders, flick passed to Michael Keating down the sideline and then backed up on the inside, pouncing when Keating grubbered off the side of his boot.
That put the Seagulls up 10-4, following Dumasís opening try, which he scored by flying above the opposition and collecting a Cody Nelson bomb.
In fact it was a game for dazzling tries all-round, with long-range efforts from prolific pair David Moore and Jharal Yow Yeh also getting the crowd to their feet.
The result capped Tweedís long history off successes in New South Wales country football, opening their cabinet for their first trophy in any of the QRLís three major grades.
Tweed began competing in the Queensland Wizard Cup in 2003 and later joined the FOGS Cup and FOGS Colts Challenge in 2006.
Had the final lasted another 10 minutes it could have sorely tested the men from south of the border however, with Norths almost coming back from the dead.
The Devils scored tries 11 minutes from fulltime and then five minutes from the end, firstly through centre Jacob Samoa and then substitute Willis Grant.
Poor kicker Ryan Hansen was handed all his shots from out wide, but gave his side a fighting chance by nailing one from the sideline, putting Norths in with a chance of a late game-stealer.
Alas for Norths, salvation never arrived, with centre Sam Joe having two near-misses in the right-hand corner and Luke Samoa held up in a frantic finish.
Tweedís defence deserved full applause, with numerous try-saving tackles and valiant shutdowns close to the line.
The three-tries-apiece contest was a fitting end to a tight season between the two standout sides in the competition. Both sides one a game each during the regular season and the major semi was decided by only two points. 
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FOGS Cup Grand Final

Wynnum Manly Seagulls 52 (Daniel Frame 2, Gareth Turton, Chris Birch, Shaun Daylight, Chris Currie, Steve Irwin, Ryan Brown, Warren Jensen, Chris McQueen tries; Chris McQueen 5, Ron Troutman goals) def Ipswich Jets 18 (Mat Cameron, Cody Fullarton, Adam Boettcher tries; Steve West 3 goals) 
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Qld Cup Grand Final
Tweed Heads leading 18-12 after 55minutes
Halftime: Tweed Heads 18 Redcliffe 6 
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Qld Cup Grand Final

Tweed Heads 28 (David Myles 2, Shannon Walker 2, Brad Davis tries; Brad Davis 4 goals) def Redcliffe Dolphins 18 (Chris Fox, Nick Emmett, Rory Bromley tries; Alwyn Simpson 3 goals) 
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http://qrl.com.au/display.php?pg_id=3359 Wynnum Dazzle Way to Title

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A STAR-studded Wynnum Manly FOGS Cup team has topped off a stellar season, thrashing Ipswich 52-18 in the Grand Final at Suncorp Stadium.
The Seagulls were ahead by a phenomenal score of 32-0 after just 27 minutes, the result of six dizzying tries.
Remarkably, the Baysiders had another try denied in the same period, with winger Ryan Brown pushed into touch inches before the line.
The massive victory was the largest grand final win at the same level since 1972 when Norths defeated Valleys by 45-3 in the old Brisbane Rugby League Reserve Grade.
A humbled Ipswich was left to lick its wounds, but did so in the knowledge it had faced one of the most well-credentialed reserve grade outfits ever assembled.
Wynnum Manlyís side included former NRL prodigies Steve Irwin (Brisbane Broncos), Daniel Frame (Melbourne Storm) and Herewini Rangi (NZ Warriors), as well as Wizard Cup veterans Ron Troutman and Gareth Turton.
Turton, who returned mid-year from playing in France, was devastating in the opening sequences, while Troutman kicked a goal from the sideline after the fulltime siren to end his long and colourful career.
Ipswich was also without its two best attacking weapons in Brendon Marshall and Brooke Alofipo. Marshall was out with a serious ankle injury, while Alofipo was suspended mid-week for a dangerous throw.
Conversely Wynnum didnít have to look far for penetration at all, bristling with impact players across the park.
Backrower Turton had two big busts early on and, while the backs scored the majority of tries, lock Frame grabbed a double to keep the forwards among the thick of things.
After the lightning-quick start the Seagulls only took their foot off the pedal slightly, not scoring for an entire 18 minutes.
Indeed, the score in the second half was much more palatable for Jets fans, scoring three tries to Wynnumís four to add a degree of respectability.
Among those was a sensational four-pointer to young Cody Fullarton, who benefited from a slick chip and regather by Steve West from 40m out.
But the undeniable premiers finished the game just as they started it, fullback Chris McQueen ending a great performance with a try right on the siren, dutifully converted from the difficult angle by departing club legend Troutman. 
DolphinMatt

DolphinMatt

A disappointing end to the season. >:(

Tweed were just too good on the day and I congratulate them on winning this year's Qld Cup. They were certainly more slicker in attack and defended much better than Redcliffe did. End of story.

As I expected, Wynnum-Manly thrashed the Jets in the FOGS Cup gf. The game was pretty much over in the opening 15 minutes in which the Seagulls had already accumulated 16 points.

In Colts, how many opportunites did Norfs butcher today? A ridiculous amount. Got no one else to blame for losing that game other than themselves. 
SamIAm

SamIAm

redcliffe's attack was appalling.

have to say i was a bit annoyed with the refereeing, let way too much niggle go in the first 5-10 minutes and the rest of the game was very slow play the balls. 
anti

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Tweed beat Redcliffe at thier own game. The younger forward pack of tweed put it over the old men of Redcliffe 
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Redcliffe's passing around the ruck was dreadful. So many passes went behind intended receivers or were to players standing still, it simply made their whole attack disjointed. I didn't think Tweed were that great - they just made the most of their opportunities. 

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