Q-CUP Queensland Cup 2023

Great work from the spine there. Mamouzelos, Hawkins, Taaffe and Munro scores we're in for a big finish here.
 
South Sydney win.

Rabbit v Tiger next week.
 
Bears gave themselves a serious chance of stealing it late but the tap on doesn't find the mark and Souths were able to ride out the clock.

Bears will be upset with the yardage penalty. Had the tails up, give away a cheap crusher penalty and you don't give Taaffe a crack inside your redzone.
 
South Sydney win.

Rabbit v Tiger next week.

USE THE FREAKING PLURAL NAMES! Goodness me this riles me up more than it should but:
Angry David Draiman GIF by Disturbed
 
Half time- Tigers just haven’t done enough with the ball. Got to get the ball out of the middle third.
 
The Queensland Rugby League has committed to a three-year expansion model that will see the women’s BMD Premiership match the statewide footprint of the current Hostplus Cup competition.

Following consultation with stakeholders across the game and the review of submitted club applications, the QRL Board has approved the entry of the Sunshine Coast Falcons and Western Clydesdales for the 2024 season.
 
"The SP PNG Hunters Board and Management have reluctantly accepted the resignation of Head Coach Stanley Tepend, effective immediately.

Tepend has regretfully advised the club that he is leaving for personal reasons and no longer feels that he can give the role the attention it deserves."
 
Having been robbed of the chance to represent his Cook Island heritage on the playing field two years ago, Karmichael Hunt is relishing his new role as the country’s head coach.


I love Hunt's enthusiasm to find a gig- he's happy to learn his craft and it's serving him well.
 
"The SP PNG Hunters Board and Management have reluctantly accepted the resignation of Head Coach Stanley Tepend, effective immediately.

Tepend has regretfully advised the club that he is leaving for personal reasons and no longer feels that he can give the role the attention it deserves."
Bet he was sacked and they cooked up the resignation story. He was useless this year anyway
 
South Sydney take the Blackhawks.

Cowboys have really stuffed this up.

This single ISC team really worked well for the Cowboys.

Any idea who the cows are filling the void with?
 
South Sydney take the Blackhawks.

Cowboys have really stuffed this up.

This single ISC team really worked well for the Cowboys.

South Sydney sound like they are getting a decent foot hold in Queensland with Keebra and now the Blackhawks.
 
South Sydney take the Blackhawks.

Cowboys have really stuffed this up.

This single ISC team really worked well for the Cowboys.
sucked in dumb *****.

love seeing Titans and Cowboys getting ruined by their selfish ideals of trying to make Qcup the same as NSWcup.

I'll assume they will use their failed policy on Pride or cutters now, or bend the knee and learn their place.
 
The North Queensland Toyota Cowboys have today announced their Queensland Cup affiliate club arrangements for the 2024 season.

After extensive consultation, the Cowboys have reached confirmed agreements with both Far North Queensland’s Northern Pride and the Mackay Cutters for Queensland Cup allocations for 2024.

North Queensland’s NRL squad will be allocated evenly between the Cutters and Pride, with players not selected in Todd Payten’s 17 to be eligible to play Queensland Cup each week.


Both the Cutters and Pride will send players to the Cowboys for training blocks in the pre-season, which begins on November 1.

Cutters and Pride coaches will visit The Hutchinson Builders Centre to shadow Payten and his coaching staff during the pre-season as well as be provided further development opportunities throughout the year.

“We are thrilled to reach agreements with the Pride and Cutters for 2024, two clubs who share values closely aligned with the North Queensland Cowboys,” Cowboys CEO Jeff Reibel said.

“Cairns and Mackay are two hugely important areas in the Cowboys footprint and these agreements cement our commitment to both the growth of rugby league and providing a path to the NRL across the entirety of our region.”

Cowboys General Manager of Football Micheal Luck indicated the club is comfortable reverting to a two-affiliate model and will embrace a system which was successfully utilised from 2008 to 2014, where the Northern Pride and Mackay Cutters both won QLD Cup premierships with significant allocations of Cowboys contracted players.

“We are excited about the opportunity we have in 2024 to allocate the players not playing NRL for the Cowboys to clubs who have player development and progression as core parts of their values system,” Luck said.

“Incoming Pride Coach Eric Smith and incumbent Cutters’ mentor Michael Comerford have proven track records of preparing players for the challenges of the NRL arena are both clearly aligned with the philosophies of Todd Payten and our coaching team.

“We look forward to welcoming them and their staff spending time with us during the season and both teams playing curtain raisers at Queensland Country Bank Stadium in 2024.”


Reibel and Luck will travel to both Mackay (Friday) and Cairns (next Wednesday) to formally launch the partnerships.
 

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