SELECTORS have named the team for this Saturday night's trial between the Ergon Energy Brisbane Broncos and the Redcliffe Dolphins, to be played at Dolphin Oval. Once again, a combination of players from the Broncos and junior clubs Aspley and Toowoomba will take the field against one of the heavyweights of the Queensland Cup competition.Star Broncos winger Leon Bott is a shock inclusion in the squad, which also features young prospects Denan Kemp, Ian Lacey and Ben Green.Bott played in last weekend's victory over North Queensland in Rockhampton, but will display his dazzling attacking arsenal at Redcliffe this weekend in a very talented and young backline.New signing Chris Muckert will also play in Broncos colours in the south-east for the first time, while Australian schoolboy representative Joel Moon will line up alongside Ian Lacey in the halves for the first time. Kick-off is as 7pm AEST. The full squad is:1. Denan Kemp2. Leon Bott3. Jamie Simpson4. Fraser Anderson5. Gideon Mzembe6. Joel Moon7. Ian Lacey8. Lynden Murphy9. Nathan Strudwick10. Matt Lowe11. Trent Callaghan12. Chris Muckert13. John TeReo14. Pat McPherson15. Ben Green16. Nick Nolan (one to be added)
AN incredible 26 point haul from Nick Parfitt helped the Clydesdales to a 46-26 victory over Norths at Bishop Park today.
THE North Queensland Young Guns continued their spellbinding attacking form, defeating the Toowoomba Clydesdales 44-26 at Clive Berghofer Stadium today. The first half was a see-sawing affair, with tries, blows and the lead exchanged a number of times at rapid pace. Great direction from Young Guns five-eighth and captain Chris Sheppard eventually steered the visitors home, with a second half onslaught of tries.
CAPTAIN Adrian Vowles led the Toowoomba Clydesdales back into the winners circle yesterday, with a hard fought 32-26 win over traditional rivals the Ipswich Jets. Despite their best efforts, Ipswich were unable to win back the Bulimba Cup Memorial Trophy in front of a healthy home crowd.
THE Toowoomba Clydesdales returned to the winners circle today with a comprehensive 36-24 victory over the Wynnum Seagulls at Kougari Oval.
THE Redcliffe Dolphins have taken out the QRL premiership for the second year in a row, with a seemingly comfortable 31-18 victory over minor premiers Burleigh. After an extremely shaky start, the Dolphins managed to perform brilliantly at their home park, in what was an extremely successful and happy day for their fans.