Queensland Cup

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The Queensland Cup is the top level of rugby league football in Queensland, Australia. The competition, called the Intrust Super Cup (due to sponsorship from Intrust Super) is contested by thirteen teams, eleven of which are located in Queensland, one in New South Wales and one in Papua New Guinea.

The Queensland Cup is the present-day embodiment of Queensland's top-level club competition. This replaced the Winfield State League in 1996 and accompanied the Brisbane Rugby League (BRL), before becoming the premier competition in 1998 following the disbandoning of the BRL.

Contents

  • 1 Teams
  • 2 List of premiers
  • 3 History of the Queensland Cup
    • 3.1 The Brisbane Rugby League
    • 3.2 Effect of the Brisbane Broncos on Rugby League in Queensland
    • 3.3 The Beginning of the Queensland Cup
    • 3.4 2007 – Loss of the Clydesdales
    • 3.5 2008 – Northern Expansion
    • 3.6 The future
    • 3.7 Participating clubs by season
  • 4 The Competition
    • 4.1 The Draw
    • 4.2 The Rounds
    • 4.3 Points and Ladder
    • 4.4 Finals Series
  • 5 NRL Affiliation
  • 6 Media coverage
    • 6.1 Television
    • 6.2 Radio
  • 7 Sponsorship
  • 8 Player of the year
  • 9 Queensland Cup records
  • 10 Previous teams
  • 11 See also
  • 12 References
  • 13 External links
    • 13.1 Queensland Cup News
    • 13.2 Queensland Rugby League forums

Teams[edit]

An Easts Tigers player tackled by the Redcliffe Dolphins at Langlands Park

The Queensland Cup consisted of 13 teams, eight in South East Queensland, two from North Queensland, and one each from Central Queensland, Tweed Heads and Papua New Guinea. The league operates on a single group system, with no divisions or conferences and no relegation and promotion from other leagues.

Queensland Cup
Club City State Stadium Established Premierships NRL affiliate
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Burleigh Bears Gold Coast  Queensland Pizzey Park 1934 2 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans
Central Comets colours.svg Central Queensland Capras Rockhampton  Queensland Browne Park 1996 Nil Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos
Balmain colours.svg Eastern Suburbs Tigers Brisbane  Queensland Langlands Park 1917 8 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm
Ipswich Colours.svg Ipswich Jets Ipswich  Queensland North Ipswich Reserve 1982 Nil Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos
Mackay Cutters colours.svg Mackay Cutters Mackay  Queensland Virgin Australia Stadium 2007 1 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys
Northern Pride colours.png Northern Pride Cairns  Queensland Barlow Park 2007 1 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys
Norths Devils colours.svg Northern Suburbs Devils Brisbane  Queensland Bishop Park 1933 13 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos
Port Moresby Vipers Colours.svg PNG Hunters Kokopo  Papua New Guinea Kalabond Oval 2013 0 None
Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins Redcliffe  Queensland Dolphin Oval 1947 8 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos
Souths-Logan Magpies Colours.svg Souths Logan Magpies Brisbane  Queensland Davies Park 1918 10 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders
Sunshine Coast Colours.svg Sunshine Coast Falcons Sunshine Coast  Queensland Stockland Stadium 2009 1 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm
Western Suburbs colours.svg Tweed Heads Seagulls Tweed Heads  New South Wales Piggabeen Sports 1909 1 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans
Wynnum-Manly Colours.svg Wynnum Manly Seagulls Brisbane  Queensland BMD Kougari Oval 1951 5 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos

List of premiers[edit]

Season Grand Final Information Minor Premiers
Premiers Score Runners-Up Crowd
1996 Toowoomba Clydesdales colours.svg Toowoomba Clydesdales 8–6 Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins 6,500 Toowoomba Clydesdales colours.svg Toowoomba Clydesdales
1997 Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins 18–16 Balmain colours.svg Easts Tigers  ? Wynnum-Manly Colours.svg Wynnum Manly Seagulls
1998 Norths Devils colours.svg Norths Devils 35–16 Wests Panthers Colours.svg Wests Panthers 4,283 Norths Devils colours.svg Norths Devils
1999 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Burleigh Bears 12–10 Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins  ? Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins
2000 Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins 14–6 Toowoomba Clydesdales colours.svg Toowoomba Clydesdales 7,280 Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins
2001 Toowoomba Clydesdales colours.svg Toowoomba Clydesdales 28–26 Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins 7,000 Toowoomba Clydesdales colours.svg Toowoomba Clydesdales
2002 Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins 34–10 Ipswich Colours.svg Ipswich Jets 10,000 Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins
2003 Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins 31–18 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Burleigh Bears 8,000 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Burleigh Bears
2004 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Burleigh Bears 22-18+ Balmain colours.svg Easts Tigers 9,398 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Burleigh Bears
2005 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Young Guns 36–6 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Burleigh Bears 6,893 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Young Guns
2006 Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins 27–6 Toowoomba Clydesdales colours.svg Toowoomba Clydesdales 5,538 Toowoomba Clydesdales colours.svg Toowoomba Clydesdales
2007 Western Suburbs colours.svg Tweed Heads Seagulls 28–18 Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins 7,000 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Young Guns
2008 Souths-Logan Magpies Colours.svg Souths Logan Magpies 24–18 Ipswich Colours.svg Ipswich Jets c. 6,000 Ipswich Colours.svg Ipswich Jets
2009 Sunshine Coast Sea Eagles colours.png Sunshine Coast Sea Eagles 32–18 Northern Pride colours.png Northern Pride c. 2,500 Souths-Logan Magpies Colours.svg Souths Logan Magpies
2010 Northern Pride colours.png Northern Pride 30–20 Norths Devils colours.svg Norths Devils 6,300 Souths-Logan Magpies Colours.svg Souths Logan Magpies
2011 Wynnum-Manly Colours.svg Wynnum Manly Seagulls 16–10 Western Suburbs colours.svg Tweed Heads Seagulls 6,182 Western Suburbs colours.svg Tweed Heads Seagulls
2012 Wynnum-Manly Colours.svg Wynnum Manly Seagulls 20–10 Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins 9,682 Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins
2013 Mackay Cutters colours.svg Mackay Cutters 27–20 Balmain colours.svg Easts Tigers 6,706 Northern Pride colours.png Northern Pride

+ after extra time

History of the Queensland Cup[edit]

The logo for the Channel Nine Cup
The logo for the Bundy Gold Cup

The Brisbane Rugby League[edit]

From the early 1920s to the 1970s, the Brisbane Rugby League premiership was the premier competition in the state, and was a thriving success boasting big crowds and large, loyal supporter bases with the respective clubs. Like its NSW counterpart, the clubs were constant, with new teams rarely entering the competition. Traditionally, the clubs were Valleys, Brothers, Norths, Souths, Wests, Easts, Redcliffe and Wynnum-Manly. However, when poker machines were introduced in New South Wales, but not in the Bjelke-Peterson Queensland, the NSWRL's clubs were able to entice Queensland players south of the Tweed with the lure of more money.

This, combined with the admission of non-Sydney teams like the Canberra Raiders and Illawarra Steelers, saw the NSWRL competition during the 1980s begin to supersede the Brisbane competition in popularity and media coverage. Also, other sports were establishing national competitions, and by 1986 the admission of a Brisbane team into the NSWRL had become inevitable. Finally in 1988 both the Brisbane Broncos and Gold Coast Giants gained entry.

Effect of the Brisbane Broncos on Rugby League in Queensland[edit]

Although the Broncos' signings of many great BRL players like Wally Lewis and Gene Miles got many Brisbanites behind the new team, there were severe ramifications on the local club scene. In the space of one season, the amount of coverage given to the competition in the three media forms dropped significantly, as did attendances at matches.

This had a severe flow on effect to the finances of many clubs, especially those in the inner-city whose demographics had changed significantly since the heyday of the BRL. Between 1988 and 1995 Valleys moved home 3 times, from Albion to the Tweed, back to Albion and finally to Caboolture, before eventually folding at the end of 1995. Other teams that suffered financial trouble and no longer play in the Queensland Cup include Valleys and Wests, while Souths and Logan merged in 2002 to form Souths-Logan.

The Beginning of the Queensland Cup[edit]

In 1996 the Queensland Cup began, replacing the Winfield State League, as new Federal Government Laws banned Cigarette companies from sponsoring sport. The Cup was initially branded the Channel Nine Cup, and to date, season 1996 was the most statewide competition in the Cup's history, with teams based in Cairns, Mackay, Bundaberg, Toowoomba, Ipswich and the Sunshine Coast. In 1998 Channel Nine did not continue their sponsorship, and the competition became known as the Queensland Cup. In 2000, Bundaberg Rum began a two-year sponsorship of the competition and it was known as the Bundy Gold Cup.

2005 saw the announcement of Wizard Home Loans becoming naming-rights sponsor for the competition. It was known as the Queensland Wizard Cup until 2008. In 2010, Intrust Super were announced as the new major sponsor.

2007 – Loss of the Clydesdales[edit]

Main article: 2007 Queensland Cup Season

Although the Queensland Rugby League had anticipated that the same teams from 2006 would participate in the 2007 Wizard Cup, it was announced on 5 December 2006 that the Toowoomba Clydesdales would be withdrawing from the competition for financial reasons. Brisbane Broncos chairman Bruno Cullen said that "It didn't make sense to have this club up there running at what was looking like a $250,000 loss for the year." The following day it was announced that the Aspley Broncos would be replacing the Clydesdales, and acting as the Brisbane Broncos feeder club. There is a possibility that an NRL team (possibly the Storm) may be based out of the Darling Downs (most likely Toowoomba) in the future but this has not been confirmed at this stage.

2008 – Northern Expansion[edit]

Logo of the Queensland Wizard Cup
Main article: 2008 Queensland Cup Season

2008 saw the Queensland Cup once again have teams based in the northern cities of Cairns and Mackay after absences of seven and twelve years, respectively. These new teams replaced the Aspley Broncos and North Queensland Young Guns as part of the rationalisation of rugby league below the NRL level caused by the introduction of the NRL under 20's competition.

The future[edit]

Shortly after signing a partnership with National Rugby League team the Manly Sea Eagles to develop rugby league on the Sunshine Coast, the Sunshine Coast Falcons received approval for entry into the 2009 Queensland Cup from the Queensland Rugby League, ultimately winning the premiership as the Sea Eagles in their first year. However, the future of the Sunshine Coast team, as well as the Souths Logan Magpies, is in jeopardy due to the NSWRL's insistence that Manly and Canberra must field their reserve-grade players in the NSW Cup competition from 2011.

The WA Reds and the PNG Bid Team may apply for the 2011 season as part of their plan to play in the NRL in 2012/13.

Participating clubs by season[edit]

Queensland Cup
1996 Central Capras Easts Tigers Ipswich Jets Norths Devils Redcliffe Dolphins Wynnum Manly Seagulls South Magpies Logan City Scorpions Cairns Cyclones Mackay Sea Eagles Pine Rivers Brothers Bundaberg Grizzlies Sunshine Coast Falcons Toowoomba Clydesdales Wests Panthers Port Moresby Vipers
1997 Gold Coast Burleigh Bears
1998 Burleigh Bears Brothers Bundaberg Grizzlies Gold Coast Vikings Townville Stingers
1999
2000 Central Comets
2001
2002 East Coast Tigers North Queensland Young Guns
2003 Easts Tigers South-Logan Magpies Tweed Head Seagulls
2004 Brothers-Valleys
2005
2006
2007 Aspley Broncos
2008 Northern Pride Mackay Cutters
2009 Sunshine Coast Sea Eagles
2010
2011
2012 CQ Capras
2013

The Competition[edit]

The Draw[edit]

The twelve teams play each other twice in a rotating roster running typically from the middle of March to the middle of August. This is known as the regular season. Unlike the National Rugby League, the Queensland Cup regular season is a true home-and-away format, in that each team plays every other team twice, once at home and once away.

The Rounds[edit]

Normally, there is a round each weekend, which involves six games. However, there are two split rounds in the season, where the round takes place over two weekends. This allows for representative games such as the City vs. Country fixture, as well as allowing more games to be shown on free-to-air television, on ABC-TV. Televised games kick off at 2 pm on Saturdays.

Points and Ladder[edit]

The winner of each game per round is awarded two points on the League Ladder. If a game is drawn between the two teams, each team is awarded one point.

At the end of the regular season, the five teams with the highest point totals on the ladder qualify for the finals. In the event of two or more teams sharing the same competition points, the finishing order is decided by points differential i.e. points scored minus points conceded.

Finals Series[edit]

In 2009 the Queensland Cup introduced a six-team finals series (compared to five in previous years). Prior to the 2012 season the format was changed back to a 5-team finals series. The Grand Final is typically played in mid-September at its traditional home, Suncorp Stadium. Since 2007 the man-of-the-match in the grand final has received the Duncan Hall Medal.

NRL Affiliation[edit]

The level of club rugby league in Queensland is of such a high standard that all clubs in the Queensland Wizard Cup have affiliation with a team in the Australian national competition the National Rugby League. This gives many young Queensland players the opportunity to be signed into the NRL. The following teams are affiliated with the listed NRL teams.

  • Brisbane Broncos – Norths Devils, Redcliffe Dolphins, Wynnum-Manly Seagulls
  • North Queensland Cowboys – Mackay Cutters, Northern Pride
  • Gold Coast Titans – Burleigh Bears, Ipswich Jets, Tweed Heads Seagulls
  • Canberra Raiders – Souths Logan Magpies
  • Melbourne Storm – Eastern Suburbs Tigers

Media coverage[edit]

Although the Queensland Cup has never had the same amount of media coverage that the pre-Brisbane Broncos Brisbane Rugby League did, in recent years it has experienced a resurgence in interest from both the Queensland media and from casual fans alike.

Television[edit]

The match of the round is televised live on the Nine Network at 2 pm (AEST) Sundays. Previously, the match of the round had been broadcast on ABC Television each Saturday at 2 pm.

The non broadcast games are recorded for judiciary and coaching purposes. They are available from Red Corner Promotions www.redcorner.com.au

Radio[edit]

In 2006, community broadcaster Bay FM began broadcasting Wynnum-Manly matches, and Wynnum won radio station Nova 106.9's "Club that Brisbane really really loves" award.

Sponsorship[edit]

The competition has previously been named the Channel Nine Cup, Bundy Gold Cup and Queensland Wizard Cup, and is now known as the Intrust Super Cup.

Player of the year[edit]

The Courier Mail Best & Fairest award, is awarded to the Queensland Cup player voted for as the best and fairest over the entire season. After each game, the referees vote to award three votes to the best player, two votes to the second-best player, and one vote to the third-best player.

Year Player Club
1996 Robbie Schmidt Cairns Cyclones Colours.svg Cairns Cyclones
1997 Alan Wieland Wests Panthers Colours.svg Wests Panthers
1998 Shane Perry Hunter colours.svg Logan Scorpions
1999 Michael Roberts Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins
2000 Chris Lawler Ipswich Colours.svg Ipswich Jets
2001 Michael Roberts Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins
2002 Scott Thorburn Balmain colours.svg Easts Tigers
2003 Denny Lambert Wynnum-Manly Colours.svg Wynnum-Manly Seagulls
2004 Jace Van Dijk Souths-Logan Magpies Colours.svg Souths Logan Magpies
2005 Ricky Bird Ipswich Colours.svg Ipswich Jets
2006 Brandon Costin Souths-Logan Magpies Colours.svg Souths Logan Magpies
2007 Shannon Walker Western Suburbs colours.svg Tweed Heads Seagulls
2008 Nat Bowman Central Comets colours.svg Central Comets
2009 Ian Lacey Ipswich Colours.svg Ipswich Jets
2010 Ryan Cullen Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins
2011 Javarn White Norths Devils colours.svg Norths Devils
2012 Luke Capewell Redcliffe colours.svg Redcliffe Dolphins
2013 Cody Walker Balmain colours.svg Easts Tigers

Queensland Cup records[edit]

The following records are taken from Queensland Rugby League's official website and are correct as of the end of the 2013 season.

Most games

  • 270 Troy Lindsay (Redcliffe)
  • 258 Danny Coburn (Ipswich)
  • 253 Mick Roberts (Redcliffe, Norths)
  • 224 Brendon Lindsay (Logan, Gold Coast, Ipswich)
  • 219 Danny Burke (Brothers, Redcliffe)

Most games for one club

  • 270 Troy Lindsay (Redcliffe)
  • 258 Danny Coburn (Ipswich)
  • 196 Scott Sipple (Easts)
  • 176 Grant Flugge (Redcliffe)

Most points

  • 1421 Nick Parfitt (Toowoomba, Burleigh)
  • 1211 Liam Georgetown (Redcliffe)
  • 1150 Greg Bourke (Cairns, Burleigh, Wynnum-Manly, Redcliffe)
  • 1089 Reggie Cressbrook (Townsville, Burleigh, Ispwich)
  • 1066 Brad Davis (Tweed Heads)

Most tries

  • 120 Nathanael Barnes (Tweed Heads, Wynnum-Manly)
  • 113 Nick Parfitt (Toowoomba, Burleigh)
  • 112 Ryan Cullen (Centrals, Redcliffe, Easts)
  • 101 Liam Georgetown (Redcliffe)
  • 100 Donald Malone (Toowoomba, Mackay, Ipswich, Easts)

Most goals

  • 483 Nick Parfitt (Toowoomba, Burleigh)
  • 483 Brad Davis (Tweed Heads)
  • 403 Greg Bourke (Cairns, Burleigh, Wynnum-Manly, Redcliffe)
  • 403 Liam Georgetown (Redcliffe)
  • 397 Damian Richters (Sunshine Coast, Redcliffe)

Most field goals

  • 17 Shane Perry (Brothers, Logan, Redcliffe, Norths)
  • 8 Brad Davis (Tweed Heads)
  • 5 Tony Gould (Burleigh, Redcliffe)
  • 5 Craig Green (Easts, Ipswich, Wests)
  • 5 Brendon Lindsay (Gold Coast, Ipswich, Logan)

Games coached

  • 218 Wayne Treleaven (Wests, Norths)
  • 209 Rick Stone (Burleigh)
  • 160 Neil Wharton (Redcliffe, Wynnum-Manly)
  • 152 Garry O'Brien (Logan, Brothers-Valleys, Redcliffe)
  • 150 Michael Booth (Bundaberg, Easts)

Most consecutive wins

  • 17 Northern Pride (Round 14, 2010 to Round 5, 2011)
  • 16 North Queensland Young Guns (Round 10, 2005 to Round 3, 2006)

Most games without defeat

  • 22 Tweed Heads Seagulls (Round 22, 2010 to Round 21, 2011)
  • 19 Northern Pride (Round 14, 2010 to Round 7, 2011)

Most consecutive losses

  • 28 Logan Scorpions (Round 17, 2001 to Round 22, 2002)

Highest scoring match

  • 98 Toowoomba 78 def. Wests 20 (Round 3, 2003)

Lowest scoring match

  • 0 Wynnum-Manly 0 drew with Burleigh 0 (Round 1, 2010)

Most points by a player in a season

  • 318 Liam Georgetown (Redcliffe, 2012)

Most tries by a player in a season

  • 34 Daniel Kennnedy (Burleigh, 2002)

Most points by a player in a match

  • 40 Damian Richters (Redcliffe - v Logan, Round 5, 2002)
  • 40 Greg Bourke (Burleigh - v Logan, Round 17, 2002)

Most tries by a player in a match

  • 7 Chris Walker (Toowoomba - v Wests, Round 2, 2000)
  • 7 Anthony Zipf (Norths - v Brothers-Valleys, Round 13, 2004)

Most goals by a player in a match

  • 12 Justin McKay (North Queensland - v Logan, Round 3, 2002)
  • 12 Greg Bourke (Burleigh - v Logan, Round 17, 2002)

Previous teams[edit]

As the Queensland Cup initially began as a representative competition that took over the old Winfield State League before becoming a proper club competition, many of the following clubs are "representative" sides that either withdrew (in the case of the Central Queensland Capras, Mackay, Bundaberg, Gold Coast Vikings, etc.) or folded (Cairns Cyclones, Port Moresby Vipers, etc.).

Team Location Home Ground First year in
Qld Cup
Last year in
Qld Cup
Qld Cup
Premierships
Aspley Broncos colours.svg Aspley Broncos Brisbane Bishop Park 2007 2007 Nil
Brothers Valleys Colours.svg Brothers-Valleys Brisbane O'Callaghan Park 2004 2004 Nil
Bundaberg Colours.svg Bundaberg Grizzlies Bundaberg Salter Oval 1996 1998 Nil
Cairns Cyclones Colours.svg Cairns Cyclones Cairns Barlow Park 1996 2000 Nil
Central Comets colours.svg Central Capras Rockhampton Browne Park 1996 1997 Nil
Gold Coast Vikings Colours.svg Gold Coast Vikings Gold Coast Owen Park and Carrara Stadium 1998 1998 Nil
Hunter colours.svg Logan Scorpions Logan City Meakin Park 1996 2002 Nil
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Mackay Sea Eagles Mackay Mackay Junior Rugby League Ground 1996 1996 Nil
North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Young Guns Townsville Dairy Farmers Stadium 2002 2007 2005
Brothers Colours.svg Past Brothers Brisbane Corbett Park, Crosby Park, Lang Park, ANZ Stadium 1996 1998 Nil
Port Moresby Vipers Colours.svg Port Moresby Vipers Port Moresby Lloyd Robson Oval 1996 1997 Nil
Western Suburbs colours.svg Souths Magpies Brisbane Davies Park 1996 2002 Nil
Sunshine Coast Colours.svg Sunshine Coast Falcons Sunshine Coast Quad Park 1996 1996 Nil
Canterbury colours.svg Townsville Stingers Townsville Dairy Farmers Stadium, Townsville Sports Reserve 1998 1998 Nil
Toowoomba Clydesdales colours.svg Toowoomba Clydesdales Toowoomba Athletic Oval (Clive Berghofer Stadium) 1996 2006 1996, 2001
Wests Panthers Colours.svg Wests Panthers Brisbane Purtell Park 1996 2003 Nil

See also[edit]

Portal icon Rugby league portal
Portal icon Queensland portal
  • FOGS Cup and FOGS Colts Challenge
  • Brisbane Rugby League premiership
  • Queensland Rugby League
  • Winfield State League

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Queensland Cup News[edit]

Queensland Rugby League forums[edit]

Competition Teams


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