Intrust Super Cup 2018

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  1. 1910

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    Staggs and Opacic have been at Dolphins since juniors.

    I think the ISC clubs can use their lack of NRL as an advantage; Dolphins players are playing for a real club they want to be there and have been there since they were young. Dolphins have happy Dolphins’ players.

    They aren’t shoved there in reserve grade trying to get out like the Dogs’ players.
     
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    On Sunday, the Intrust Super Cup champions the Redcliffe Dolphins will take on Intrust Super Premiership winner the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs as both teams vie for the Intrust Super Championship.
    QRL Media have gone through the numbers to see how the Intrust Super Cup winners and the Intrust Super Cup Premiership title holders compare this season, position by position.
    Fullback
    1. TRAI FULLER - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Tries: 7
    Try Assists: 1
    Tackle Breaks: 52
    Line Breaks: 5
    Average Run M: 133m
    1. MASON CERRUTO - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Tries: 5
    Try Assists: 4
    Tackle Breaks: 84
    Line Breaks: 5
    average Run M: 149m
    Wing
    2. JOSH BEEHAG - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Tries: 2
    Tackle Breaks: 34
    Line Breaks: 2
    Average Run M: 83.4m
    2. JOSHUA BERGAMIN - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Tries: 11
    Tackle Breaks: 82
    Line Breaks: 10
    Average Run M: 114m
    Centre
    3. KOTONI STAGGS - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Tries: 13
    Tackle Breaks: 57
    Try Assists: 3
    Average Run M: 96.5m
    3. MORGAN HARPER - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Tries: 3
    Tackle Breaks: 67
    Try Assists: 4
    Average Run M: 117m
    4. TOM OPACIC - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Tries: 8
    Tackle Breaks: 37
    Try Assists: 3
    Average Run M: 85m
    4. JOHN OLIVE - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Tries: 7
    Tackle Breaks: 51
    Try Assists: 7
    Average Run M: 102m
    Wing
    5. JEREMY HAWKINS - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Tries: 8
    Tackle Breaks: 56
    Line Breaks: 6
    Average Run M: 104m
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    Jeremy Hawkins is congratulated by team-mates
    5. JAYDEN OKUNBOR - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Tries: 8
    Tackle Breaks: 43
    Line Breaks: 4
    Average Run M: 113m
    Five-Eighth
    6. BRYCE DONOVAN - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Tries: 5
    Try Assists: 9
    Average Kick M: 74m
    Average Run M: 65m
    6. JOSH CLEELAND - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Tries: 8
    Try Assists: 9
    Average Kick M: 124m
    Average Run M: 75m
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    Josh Cleeland
    Halfback
    7. CAMERON CULLEN (c) - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Tries: 8
    Try Assists: 14
    Average Kick M: 177m
    Line Break Assists: 12
    Average Run M: 75m
    7. FA’AMAUNU BROWN - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Tries: 10
    Try Assists: 6
    Average Kick M: 104
    Line Break Assists: 5
    Average Run M: 50m
    Prop
    8. NATHAN WATTS - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Average Run M: 82m
    Tackles: 355
    Tackle Breaks: 38
    Post Contact M: 568m
    8. RENOUF TO’OMAGA - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Average Run M: 129m
    Tackles: 478
    Tackle Breaks: 73
    Post Contact M: 905m
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    Intrust Super Cup grand final highlights: Dolphins v Tigers
    Hooker
    9. JAKE TURPIN - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Tries: 1
    Try Assists: 5
    Tackles: 328
    Tackle Efficiency: 88%
    9. ZAC WOOLFORD - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Tries: 3
    Try Assists: 5
    Tackles: 429
    Tackle Efficiency: 90%
    Prop
    10. SAM ANDERSON - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Average Run M: 128m
    Tackles: 553
    Tackle Breaks: 50
    Post Contact M:1132m
    10. FRANCIS TUALAU - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Average Run M: 85m
    Tackles: 406
    Tackle Breaks: 33
    Post Contact M: 701m
    Second Row
    11. MYLES TAUELI - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Tries: 0
    Average Run M: 58m
    Offloads: 4
    Tackle Breaks: 9
    11. OFAHIKI OGDEN - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Tries: 0
    Average Run M: 120m
    Offloads: 14
    Tackle Breaks: 29
    12. TOBY RUDOLF - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Tries: 2
    Average Run M: 119m
    Offloads: 20
    Tackle Breaks: 81
    12. RHYSE MARTIN (c) - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Tries: 3
    Average Run M: 124m
    Offloads: 11
    Tackle Breaks: 24
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    Jamil Hopoate
    Lock
    13. JAMIL HOPOATE - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Tries: 7
    Average Run M: 131m
    Offloads: 22
    Tackle Breaks: 79
    13. GREG EASTWOOD - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Tries: 0
    Average Run M: 97m
    Offloads: 6
    Tackle Breaks: 16
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    Bulldogs Edge Jets in ISP Grand Final
    Interchange
    14. NICK SLYNEY - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Average Run M: 86m
    Tackles: 106
    Tackle Breaks: 10
    Post Contact M: 191m
    14. LACHLAN BURR - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Average Run M: 120m
    Tackles: 549
    Tackle Breaks: 35
    Post Contact M: 884m
    15. HUGH PRATT - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Tries: 1
    Try Assists: 4
    Tackles: 345
    Tackle Efficiency: 89%
    15. BRONSON GARLICK - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Tries: 2
    Try Assists: 0
    Tackles: 506
    Tackle Efficiency: 88%
    16. JAMES TAYLOR - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Average Run M: 124m
    Tackles: 536
    Tackle Breaks: 44
    Post Contact M: 1095m
    16. JACK NELSON - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Average Run M: 52m
    Tackles: 555
    Tackle Breaks: 17
    Post Contact M: 527m

    17. AARON WHITCHURCH - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Tries: 3
    Average Run M: 87m
    Offloads: 6
    Tackle Breaks: 44
    17. CHRIS SMITH - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Tries: 3
    Average Run M: 79m
    Offloads: 15
    Tackle Breaks: 36
    18. SCOTT SCHULTE - Redcliffe Dolphins
    Tries: 5
    Average Run M: 58m
    Offloads: 9
    Tackle Breaks: 29
    18. ZAC CARDASSILARIS - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Tries: 0
    Average Run M: 23m
    Offloads: 0
    Tackle Breaks: 0
     
  3. Wolfie

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    A mate of mine was telling me he was looking at the stats for the Phins vs Tigers final and Staggs apparently made 10 tackles and missed 8. That surely can't be right, I don't believe him personally. Anyone know where these stats get posted? Can't remember the site you guys linked to me a while ago.
     
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  6. 1910

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    David Tangata-Toa Blackhawks Colts to Cowboys assistant coach.

    Payten to Warriors.
     
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    2018 Junior Kangaroos
    1. Corey Allan (Brisbane Broncos)
    2. Enari Tuala (North Queensland Cowboys)
    3. Gehamat Shibasaki (Brisbane Broncos)
    4. Zac Lomax (St George Illawarra Dragons)
    5. Nick Cotric (Canberra Raiders)
    6. Sean O’Sullivan (Sydney Roosters)
    7. Jake Clifford (North Queensland Cowboys)
    8. Pat Carrigan (Brisbane Broncos)
    9. Reece Robson (St George Illawarra Dragons)
    10. Emre Guler (Canberra Raiders)
    11. Shawn Blore (Penrith Panthers)
    12. Kotoni Staggs (Brisbane Broncos)
    13. Victor Radley (Sydney Roosters)
    14..Blayke Brailey (Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks)
    15. Louis Geraghty (Melbourne Storm)
    16. Thomas Flegler (Brisbane Broncos)
    17. Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (Melbourne Storm)
    18. Kyle Flanagan (Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks)
    Coach: Neil Henry
     
  8. 1910

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    Well yesterday was disappointing, thought Dolphins would be more professional than that, easily their worst performance of the year especially in defence. I understand they had a one man bench but it was interesting Mogg said he knew something wasn't right leaving the hotel. Considering they stayed at the Olympic site at the hotel there it didn't take much of a trip to know.

    I didn't think the Dogs were great either, missed a similar amount of high tackles and wrong options those two tries just before half time killed Redcliffe.

    That's three loses in a row, have to find out what the first two teams did that the last three aren't doing because it is looking sloppy. I think travelling might give it a holiday feel sometimes for the Queensland teams that the Pride and Jets just didn't fall into.

    Great for Cleeland, I am even more sure that the Dogs have erred not giving him a run in the last three years. MOTM.

    2/3 MOTM awards were from the ISC- Keary and Cleeland both from Ipswich too.
     
  9. Mitch06

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    Hard to believe Cotric is only 19.
     
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    2018 Junior Kiwis
    Tom Ale (Warriors)
    Dean Blore (Penrith Panthers)
    Jackson Ferris (Cronulla Sharks)
    Morgan Harper (Canterbury Bulldogs)
    Chanel Harris-Tavita (Warriors)
    Mawene Hiroti (South Sydney Rabbitohs)
    Peter Hola (North Queensland Cowboys)
    Steven Marsters (St George Illawarra Dragons)
    Kayleb Milne (Melbourne Storm)
    Sean Mullany (North Queensland Cowboys)
    Isaiah Papali’i (Warriors)
    Emry Pere (North Queensland Cowboys)
    Hayze Perham (Warriors)
    Jordan Riki (Brisbane Broncos)
    Paul Roache (Canberra Raiders)
    Lucky Ta’avale (South Sydney Rabbitohs)
    Kelma Tuilagi (Melbourne Storm)
    Paul Turner (Warriors)
    Joseph Vuna (Warriors)
    Coach: Ezra Howe

    Riki was great for Norths and made his debut this year.
     
  11. Alec

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    Nathan Cleary would still be eligible for the Junior side too, wouldn't he? The guy is only 20 still.
    Good to see O'Sullivan there though. I know pretty much nothing about him, but hopefully it's a promising sign for us.
     
  12. Sproj

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    Funny really, Broncs lose the Australian junior fullback and gain the Australian junior halfback.

    Still can't help but feel losing Allan will come back to haunt the club, he's a genuine gun in the making and in my opinion, a FAR better fullback prospect than Isaako, who I really don't rate as a fullback at all.

    And Shibasaki, he would want to show more than he did in his first grade debut that's for sure, he looked Manihera-esque.

    Carrigan MUST debut next year and I'd give Staggs the left centre spot for season 2019.
     
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    Where does Bird play?
     
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    Another team or at 9.
     
  15. Cult3

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    Hooker isn't just a position you throw any utility and expect them to do well. Bird is not a hooker
     
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    That by the way is one very good side
     
  17. Foordy

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    thats a good upgrade for us ... it is much harder to get a quality halfback than it is a quality fullback
     
  18. NYCDB

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    Nah, born in 1997, turns 21 this year.
     
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    Norths Awards

    ISC AWARD WINNERS

    ISC Player of the Year – Jack Ahearn
    ISC Players’ Player – John Palavi
    ISC Most Consistent – Jamayne Taunoa-Brown
    ISC Most Improved – Paul Ulberg
    Old Boys – ISC Player of the Year – John Palavi
    Old Boys – ISC Best Back – Jack Ahearn
    Old Boys – ISC Best Forward – Oshae Tuiasau
    CLUB AWARD WINNERS

    Bob Bax Award / Most Promising Club Player – Ethan Bullemor
    Outstanding Club Service – Todd Murphy
    HDC U20S AWARD WINNERS

    HDC Player of the Year – Gerome Burns
    HDC Players Player – Kobe Hetherington
    HDC Most Consistent – Liam Horne
    HDC Most Improved – Jake Strasser
    MM U18’S WINNERS

    MMC Player of the Year – Ethan Bullemor
    MMC Players Player – Ethan Bullemor
    MMC Best Forward – Nesta Watene
    MMC Best Back – Jack Paterson

    Bullemor cleans up a treat.
     
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    A well deserved win to Ahearn. So much of their offence hinged around his play out the back and his decision-making was a real feature of his game.

    Despite missing out on the finals, there was plenty to like about the Devils moving forward.
     

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