Easts name three Storm players for Round 7
Easts have named their sides for what shapes as a blockbuster day of footy across three grades at Langlands Park this Saturday.
The Under 16 Cyril Connell Cup Grand Final between Easts Tigers and Central Comets will kick start proceedings at 10:45am. The Tigers have only lost one game so far this season and qualified for the decider after beating Toowoomba 32-26 last weekend at Redcliffe.
The winner of the Grand Final gets the opportunity to compete in the National Final at Leichardt Oval NSW, on May 14. The club is urging all supporters to get to Langlands Park early to help give the young side a vocal home ground advantage.
Conincidentally, the Queensland Instrust Super Cup fixture also sees Easts take on Central. Coach Troy McCarthy has selected an unchanged outfit from the one that took the field in last Sunday's harrowing last gasp 18-12 loss to Tweed Heads.
The Tigers FOGS A Grade side registered their first win with a 50-14 thumping of the Jets in Ipswich - they be will looking to continue the form against a desperate Wynnum Manly, who also have only one victory from six games in 2011.
Under 16 Cyril Connell Cup GRAND FINAL
v Central Comets at 10:45am
1. Eric Blair 2. Adm Tribe 3. Jake Hargreaves 4. Temone Power 5. Adrian Shepherd 6. Brayden Torpy 7. Wilson Bennet 8. Jeremiah Phillip (c) 9. Chris Whap 10. Matt Turnbull 11. Alex Barr 12. Brendan McBryde 13. Cameron Boga
Interchange (from): 14. Liam Malone 15. Jake Barnett 16. Tyrone Holmes 17. Hayden Russell 18. Kurt Hume
Queensland Intrust Super Cup
v Central Comets at 2:00pm
*Live on ABC TV*
1. Dane Chisholm 2. Kev Stephensen 3. Shane Neumann (c) 4. Liam Campbell 5. Elijah Niko 6. Matt Minto 7. Isaac Kaufmann 8. James Stosic 9. McKenah Gibson 10. Fabian Soutar 11. Fred Pakutoa 12. Steve Thorpe 13. Mark Offerdahl
Interchange: 14. Matt Zgrajewski 15. Liufau Hala 17. Luke Kelly 19. Leon Panapa
FOGS A Grade
v Wynnum Manly Seagulls at 4:00pm
1. Ben Henaway 2. Adam Breen 3. Max Dudley 4. Junior Ahio 5. Lachlan Tanzer 6. Stephen Stagg 7. Rhys Jacks 8. Dywanye Rigby 9. Dean Shepherd 10. Jordan Barr 11. Brett Zgrajewski (c) 12. Dean Sheppard 13. Luke Lavelle
Interchange (from): 14. Daniel Hauiti 15. Steve Tyrrell 16. Sean Dalton 17. Chris Cook 18. Blair Young
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