ROUND one of the Central Queensland Extended League has been completed and 2004 premiers Wallabies and early season favorites Yeppon, Rockhampton Brothers and the CQU Norths Chargers all got the victories.
THE 2005 Queensland Cup is ready to roll and the sides have been named. Below is a quick tip for each game as well as the teams, times and venues. If your in the area be sure to get down and have a look as the Queensland Cup always pumps out great rugby league action.
THE Rockhampton Leagues Club Central Queensland Comets have announced their side to play the Tweed Head Seagulls on Sunday, March 13 at Browne Park, Rockhampton in round one of the 2005 Queensland Cup.
THE Fitzroy-Gracemere Sharks have created the upset of the 2005 Central Queensland Extended League season so far defeating Rockhampton Brothers for the first time in four years 28-20 at Saleyards Park on Saturday, March 12.
THE return of former Comets Rex Gamble and Terry Benson made for an exiting clash with Benson's experience becoming a key factor in the CQU Norths Chargers 38-24 victory over the Fitzroy-Gracemere Sharks on Sunday, March 6 at Browne Park, Rockhampton in round one of the CQ Extended League.
THE Central Queensland Extended League is ready to kick off with some blockbuster clashes coming up for the Central Queensland region.
THE Rockhampton Leagues Club Central Queensland Comets put in a big fight but were just not good enough, going down to their more fancied opponents the Canberra Raiders 46-18 in the third and final match of the Minniecon & Burke Comets Pre-Season Challenge at Browne Park, Rockhampton on Saturday February, 26.
A Rockhampton Leagues Club Comets White side made up of QLD Cup squad players and QR Development Squad players were too strong for Mackay South?s Sharks A-grade defeating them 34-18 at Browne Park on Saturday, February 12 in round two of the Minniecon & Burke Comets Pre-Season Challenge.
A new sound has graced Saleyards Park and that is the sound of 1995 Junior Kiwi Rex Gamble barking instructions at his troops.
ROCKHAMPTON Leagues Club Central QLD Comets recruit Trent Callaghan is ready to go and wants nothing more then to cement a spot in the Comets top squad for 2005.