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QRL Chairman Peter Betros will announce the 2014 Queensland Residents team during the live broadcast of next Sunday’s Channel 9 match between the Northern Pride and PNG Hunters.
Round 17 of the Intrust Super Cup this weekend will now provide the final opportunity for players to impress Queensland selectors.
The team for next month’s highly-anticipated clash against NSW at Suncorp Stadium will be guided by 2013 Coach of the Year Jason Demetriou, with players from as many as 10 Intrust Super Cup teams still heavily in contention.
The selection panel, which includes former National Rugby League coach Murray Hurst, will closely monitor the performances of players involved in club matches commencing tomorrow.
“We have had some conversations between ourselves and with Jason to ascertain what he is looking for and the style of footy he is looking to play,” Hurst said.
“We’re very comfortable with where we are at this point in time. We are all heading in a similar direction but there is still another week of Intrust Super Cup matches before we will look to settle on an actual team.
“As it stands there are a number of players competing for almost all positions and some stand out performances this weekend will certainly make our lives easier in narrowing down what is a really strong group.”
Queensland will be striving to reclaim the honours in the annual representative match after NSW claimed a tight contest in Sydney last year 22-18.
This year’s match will be played in Brisbane on July 9 before Game 3 of the Holden State of Origin series between the XXXX Maroons and Blues.
* Queensland Residents team announcement: Sunday, June 29, during half-time of Channel 9’s broadcast of the Intrust Super Cup match between the Pride and Hunters.
The team will also be published on QRL.com.au and the Intrust Super Cup Facebook and Twitter pages.
PNG Hunters players are ineligible for Queensland Residents selection. This follows a mutual agreement between the Hunters and the QRL, which took into consideration the extensive national programs already provided in PNG.
 

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Players spread across 10 Intrust Super Cup clubs will feature in this year’s XXXX Queensland Residents team to play the New South Wales Cup representative side at Suncorp Stadium.
Intrust Super Cup front-runners the Northern Pride have five players named in the representative team for the annual clash on July 9.
Burleigh, Easts, Ipswich, Mackay, Norths, Redcliffe, Souths Logan, Tweed Heads and Wynnum Manly will all supply one player or more following an exhaustive selection process conducted throughout the first half of the season.
The Intrust Super Cup’s 2013 Coach of the Year – the Pride’s Jason Demetriou – will guide the squad which enters camp on the Gold Coast this Friday.
Queensland will be striving to reclaim the honours in the annual representative match after NSW claimed a tight contest in Sydney last year 22-18.
PNG Hunters players are ineligible for Queensland Residents selection. This follows a mutual agreement between the Hunters and the QRL, which took into consideration the extensive national programs already provided in PNG.
2014 XXXX Queensland Residents team
1.
Henare Wells
Burleigh Bears
2.
Javid Bowen
Northern Pride
3.
Aaron Whitchurch
Redcliffe Dolphins
4.
Davin Crampton
Northern Pride
5.
Kalifa Faifai Loa
Tweed Heads Seagulls
6.
Shaun Nona
Northern Pride
7.
Todd Murphy
Norths Devils
8.
Sam Hoare
Mackay Cutters
9.
Kurt Baptiste
Souths Logan Magpies
10.
Tim Natusch
Wynnum Manly Seagulls
11.
Keiron Lander
Ipswich Jets
12.
Tim Glasby
Easts Tigers
13.
Ben Spina
Northern Pride
14.
Felise Kaufusi
Easts Tigers
15.
Blake Leary
Northern Pride
16.
Rod Griffin
Ipswich Jets
17.
Tom Kingston
Tweed Heads Seagulls
18.
Ben Cronin
Wynnum Manly Seagulls
Coach
Jason Demetriou
Northern Pride
 

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Did you know:
* The Queensland squad has played a combined total of 58 NRL games.
* The backline has scored 62 tries between them in this year's Intrust Super Cup!
* Forwards Tim Natusch, Keiron Lander and Rod Griffin have all played more than 100 games in the Intrust Super Cup.
XXXX QUEENSLAND RESIDENTS
1. Henare Wells - Burleigh Bears
NRL Games: 0
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 17
Tries: 18
Goals: 0
Points: 72
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 17
Tries: 18
Goals: 0
Points: 72
2. Javid Bowen - Northern Pride
NRL Games: 0
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 14
Tries: 8
Goals: 0
Points: 32
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 14
Tries: 8
Goals: 0
Points: 32
3. Aaron Whitchurch - Redcliffe Dolphins
NRL Games: 3
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 53
Tries: 24
Goals: 0
Points: 96
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 16
Tries: 8
Goals: 0
Points: 32
4. Davin Crampton - Northern Pride
NRL Games: 0
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 65
Tries: 37
Goals: 0
Points: 148
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 16
Tries: 9
Goals: 0
Points: 36
5. Kalifa Faifai Loa - Tweed Heads Seagulls
NRL Games: 39
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 48
Tries: 27
Goals: 6
Points: 120
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 14
Tries: 10
Goals: 0
Points: 40
6. Shaun Nona - Northern Pride
NRL Games: 0
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 42
Tries: 9
Goals: 108
Points: 252
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 14
Tries: 5
Goals: 56
Points: 132
7. Todd Murphy - Norths Devils
NRL Games: 0
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 41
Tries: 16
Goals: 43** (includes FG)
Points: 152
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 14
Tries: 4
Goals: 34
Points: 84
8. Sam Hoare - Mackay Cutters
NRL Games: 0
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 54
Tries:
Goals: 0
Points: 28
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 14
Tries: 3
Goals: 0
Points: 12
9. Kurt Baptiste - Souths Logan Magpies
NRL Games: 6
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 52
Tries: 24
Goals: 0
Points: 96
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 14
Tries: 7
Goals: 0
Points: 28
10. Tim Natusch - Wynnum Manly Seagulls
NRL Games: 3
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 106
Tries: 8
Goals: 0
Points: 32
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 17
Tries: 1
Goals: 0
Points: 4
11. Keiron Lander - Ipswich Jets
NRL Games: 0
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 110
Tries: 20
Goals: 14
Points: 108
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 14
Tries: 4
Goals: 0
Points: 16
12. Tim Glasby - Easts Tigers
NRL Games: 5
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 97
Tries: 36
Goals: 0
Points: 144
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 11
Tries: 5
Goals: 0
Points: 20
13. Ben Spina - Northern Pride
NRL Games: 0
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 95
Tries: 21
Goals: 0
Points: 84
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 16
Tries: 5
Goals: 0
Points: 20
14. Felise Kaufusi - Easts Tigers
NRL Games: 0
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 30
Tries: 2
Goals: 0
Points: 8
Intrust Super Cup 2014
Games: 11
Tries: 1
Goals: 0
Points: 4
15. Blake Leary - Northern Pride
NRL Games: 2
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 55
Tries: 28
Goals: 6
Points: 124
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 16
Tries: 9
Goals: 0
Points: 36
16. Rod Griffin - Ipswich Jets
NRL Games: 0
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 122
Tries: 26
Goals: 0
Points: 104
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 16
Tries: 1
Goals: 0
Points: 4
17. Tom Kingston - Tweed Heads Seagulls
NRL Games: 0
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 96
Tries: 7
Goals: 0
Points: 28
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 12
Tries: 0
Goals: 0
Points: 0
18. Ben Cronin - Wynnum Manly Seagulls
NRL Games: 0
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 89
Tries: 22
Goals: 24
Points: 136
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 17
Tries: 8
Goals: 0
Points: 32
 

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Did you know:
* The Queensland squad has played a combined total of 58 NRL games.
* The backline has scored 62 tries between them in this year's Intrust Super Cup!
* Forwards Tim Natusch, Keiron Lander and Rod Griffin have all played more than 100 games in the Intrust Super Cup.
XXXX QUEENSLAND RESIDENTS
1. Henare Wells - Burleigh Bears
NRL Games: 0
Intrust Super Cup Career -
Games: 17
Tries: 18
Goals: 0
Points: 72
Intrust Super Cup 2014 -
Games: 17
Tries: 18
Goals: 0
Points: 72
What's your take on Henare Wells, 1910? From what I've seen, he's having a terrific season with the Bears. He's big, strong and fast. It's hard to believe he hasn't got a gig with some club in first grade. I read somewhere he was linked with a Sydney club but didn't get a start. Do you think he could cut it in first grade?
 

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The XXXX Queensland Residents have today made four changes due to injury and NRL commitments.
The new players in the 18-man squad which assembled in camp on the Gold Coast today are Pele Peletelese (Tweed Heads Seagulls), Dane Hogan (Easts Tigers), Luke Page (Souths Logan Magpies) and Mitchell Frei (Wynnum Manly Seagulls).
The quartet replace Sam Hoare, Ben Spina, Tim Glasby and Tom Kingston.
Queensland will play the NSW Cup representative team before the third match of the State of Origin series at Suncorp Stadium on Wednesday night.
 

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What's your take on Henare Wells, 1910? From what I've seen, he's having a terrific season with the Bears. He's big, strong and fast. It's hard to believe he hasn't got a gig with some club in first grade. I read somewhere he was linked with a Sydney club but didn't get a start. Do you think he could cut it in first grade?
He was with the Roosters.

Very good support player and very fast. He's having a good year for the Bears.
 

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