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The Queensland
Queensland
Cup is the top level of rugby league football in Queensland, Australia. The competition is also called the Intrust Super Cup (due to sponsorship from Intrust Super) is contested by fourteen teams, twelve of which are located in Queensland, one in New South Wales and one in Papua New Guinea. The Intrust Super 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
Brisbane
Rugby League, before becoming the premier competition in 1998 following the disbanding of the Brisbane Rugby League.

Contents

1 History of the Queensland
Queensland
Cup

1.1 The Brisbane
Brisbane
Rugby League 1.2 Effect of the Brisbane Broncos
Brisbane Broncos
on Rugby League in Queensland 1.3 The Beginning of the Queensland
Queensland
Cup 1.4 2007: Loss of the Clydesdales 1.5 2008: Northern Expansion 1.6 2009: Sunshine Coast enter the fray 1.7 2014-2015: PNG Hunters
PNG Hunters
and Townsville Blackhawks
Townsville Blackhawks
enter the competition 1.8 The Competition

1.8.1 The Draw 1.8.2 The Rounds 1.8.3 Country Week 1.8.4 Points and Ladder 1.8.5 Finals Series

2 Teams

2.1 Previous teams

3 Premiership winners 4 Honours

4.1 20th Year Anniversary Team

5 NRL State Championship
NRL State Championship
Match

5.1 Queensland
Queensland
Cup champions

6 Records

6.1 Team 6.2 Individual

7 Media coverage & Sponsorship

7.1 Television 7.2 Radio 7.3 Sponsorship

8 See also 9 References 10 External links

10.1 Queensland
Queensland
Cup News 10.2 Queensland
Queensland
Rugby League forums

History of the Queensland
Queensland
Cup[edit]

The logo for the Channel Nine Cup

The logo for the Bundy Gold Cup

The Brisbane
Brisbane
Rugby League[edit] From the early 1920s to the 1970s, the Brisbane
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-Petersen Queensland, the New South Wales Rugby League's clubs were able to entice Queensland
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
Canberra Raiders
and Illawarra Steelers, saw the New South Wales Rugby League 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
Brisbane
team into the New South Wales Rugby League
New South Wales Rugby League
had become inevitable. Finally, in 1988 both the Brisbane Broncos
Brisbane Broncos
and Gold Coast Giants gained entry. Effect of the Brisbane Broncos
Brisbane Broncos
on Rugby League in Queensland[edit] Although the Broncos' signings of many great Brisbane
Brisbane
Rugby League 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 heydey of the Brisbane
Brisbane
Rugby League. 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
Queensland
Cup include Valleys and Wests, while Souths and Logan merged in 2002 to form Souths-Logan. The Beginning of the Queensland
Queensland
Cup[edit] In 1996 the Queensland
Queensland
Cup began, replacing the Winfield State League, as new Federal Government Laws banned Cigarette companies from sponsoring the 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 Sunshine Coast. In 1998 Channel Nine did not continue their sponsorship, and the competition became known as the Queensland
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
Queensland
Wizard Cup until 2008. In 2010, Intrust Super was announced as the new major sponsor. 2007: Loss of the Clydesdales[edit] Main article: 2007 Queensland
Queensland
Cup Season Although the Queensland
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."[1] The following day it was announced that the Aspley Broncos would be replacing the Clydesdales, and acting as the Brisbane Broncos feeder club.[2] 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
Queensland
Wizard Cup

Main article: 2008 Queensland
Queensland
Cup Season 2008 saw the Queensland
Queensland
Cup once again have teams based in the northern cities of Cairns
Cairns
and Mackay after absences of seven and twelve years, respectively. These new teams replaced the Aspley Broncos and North Queensland
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. 2009: Sunshine Coast enter the fray[edit] Shortly after signing a partnership with National Rugby League
National Rugby League
team the Manly Sea Eagles
Manly Sea Eagles
to develop rugby league on the Sunshine Coast,[3] the Sunshine Coast Falcons
Sunshine Coast Falcons
received approval for entry into the 2009 Queensland
Queensland
Cup from the Queensland
Queensland
Rugby League,[4] ultimately winning the premiership as the Sea Eagles in their first year. After Manly cut ties with the Sunshine Coast they reverted to the Falcon colours and logo and signed an agreement with the Melbourne Storm
Melbourne Storm
in 2014. In 2016 this relationship will include a Rugby League academy on the Sunshine Coast. 2014-2015: PNG Hunters
PNG Hunters
and Townsville Blackhawks
Townsville Blackhawks
enter the competition[edit] In 2014, the PNG Hunters
PNG Hunters
entered the competition, mixing an exciting combination of ball movement with raw power to finishing sixth in their inaugural season based out of the East New Britain town of Kokopo. Following the success of the Hunters, the Townsville Blackhawks were given entry in 2015, winning the minor premiership in their first year. In 2017, the Hunters won their first Queensland
Queensland
Cup premiership, becoming the first team outside of Australia
Australia
to win the competition. 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
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 seven 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, The match of the round is televised live on Nine Network
Nine Network
at 1:30pm (AEST) Sundays. Previously, the match of the round had been broadcast on ABC Television each Saturday at 2 pm. Country Week[edit] Since 2012 in partnership with the Queensland
Queensland
Government the Queensland
Queensland
Cup has taken matches to regional Queensland, country towns and cities, to engage fans at a grassroots level. This round usually takes place around the 20-24 July. Locations which have hosted Queensland
Queensland
Cup Country Week games: 2017: Bamaga, Clermont, Winton, Mundubbera, St George, Julia Creek 2016: Barcaldine, Charleville, Gympie, Ravenshoe, Mount Isa, Moranbah 2015: Dalby, Blackall, Bundaberg, Charters Towers, Innisfail, Stanthorpe 2014: Longreach, Emerald, Moranbah, Mareeba, Kingaroy, Kokopo
Kokopo
(Papua New Guinea) 2013: Burleigh, Roma, Whitsundays, Woodford, Toowoomba, Yarrabah 2012: Moranbah, Blackwater, Mount Isa, Kilcoy, In addition to this round games have also been played in regional locations during rounds in: Bamaga, Hervey Bay, Gladstone, Bundaberg, Emerald and Stradbroke Island. 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
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, using the McIntyre System. 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
Duncan Hall
Medal.[5] Teams[edit]

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

The Queensland
Queensland
Cup consists of 14 teams, eight in South East Queensland, three from North Queensland, and one each from Central Queensland, Tweed Heads
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. Almost every club in the Queensland
Queensland
Cup has an affiliation with a team in the Australian national competition, the National Rugby League. This leads to many young Queensland
Queensland
players being signed into the NRL.

Queensland
Queensland
Cup

Club Established City Stadium Premierships (Last) NRL affiliate

Burleigh Bears 1934 Burleigh, Queensland Pizzey Park 3 (2016) Gold Coast Titans

Central Queensland
Queensland
Capras 1996 Rockhampton, Queensland Browne Park 0 None

Easts Tigers 1917 Brisbane, Queensland Suzuki Stadium 0 Melbourne Storm

Ipswich Jets 1982 Ipswich, Queensland North Ipswich Reserve 1 (2015) Brisbane
Brisbane
Broncos

Mackay Cutters 2007 Mackay, Queensland BB Print Stadium Mackay 1 (2013) North Queensland
Queensland
Cowboys

Northern Pride 2007 Cairns, Queensland Barlow Park 2 (2014) North Queensland
Queensland
Cowboys

Norths Devils 1933 Brisbane, Queensland Bishop Park 1 (1998) Brisbane
Brisbane
Broncos

Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea
Hunters 2014 Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea National Football Stadium 1 (2017) None

Redcliffe Dolphins 1947 Redcliffe, Queensland Dolphin Oval 5 (2006) Brisbane
Brisbane
Broncos

Souths Logan Magpies 1918 Brisbane, Queensland Davies Park 1 (2008) Brisbane
Brisbane
Broncos

Sunshine Coast Falcons 1996 Sunshine Coast, Queensland Sunshine Coast Stadium 1 (2009) Melbourne Storm

Townsville Blackhawks 2015 Townsville, Queensland Jack Manski Oval 0 North Queensland
Queensland
Cowboys

Tweed Heads
Tweed Heads
Seagulls 1909 Tweed Heads, New South Wales Piggabeen Sports Complex 1 (2007) Gold Coast Titans

Wynnum Manly Seagulls 1951 Brisbane, Queensland BMD Kougari Oval 2 (2012) Brisbane
Brisbane
Broncos

Previous teams[edit] As the Queensland
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 Capras, Mackay, Bundaberg, Gold Coast Vikings, etc.) or folded ( Cairns
Cairns
Cyclones, Port Moresby Vipers, etc.).

Queensland
Queensland
Cup

Club Established City Stadium Premierships (Last) Seasons

Aspley Broncos 1967 Brisbane, Queensland Bishop Park 0 2007

Brothers-Valleys 2002 Brisbane, Queensland O'Callaghan Park 0 2004

Bundaberg Grizzlies 1996 Bundaberg, Queensland Salter Oval 0 1996-1998

Cairns
Cairns
Cyclones 1996 Cairns, Queensland Barlow Park 0 1996-2000

Gold Coast Vikings 1982 Gold Coast Carrara Stadium 0 1998

Logan Scorpions 1987 Logan City, Queensland Meakin Park 0 1996-2002

Mackay Sea Eagles 1996 Mackay, Queensland Mackay Junior Rugby League Ground 0 1996

North Queensland
Queensland
Young Guns 2002 Townsville, Queensland Dairy Farmers Stadium 1 (2005) 2002-2007

Past Brothers 1929 Brisbane, Queensland Corbett Park 0 1996-1998

Port Moresby
Port Moresby
Vipers 1986 Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea Lloyd Robson Oval 0 1996-1997

Townsville Stingers 1998 Townsville, Queensland Townsville Sports Reserve 0 1998

Toowoomba
Toowoomba
Clydesdales 1996 Toowoomba, Queensland Clive Berghofer Stadium 2 (2001) 1996-2006

Wests Panthers 1915 Brisbane, Queensland Purtell Park 0 1996-2003

Premiership winners[edit]

Season Grand Finals Minor Premiers Finished first on premiership season ladder

Premiers Score Runners-up Venue

1996 Toowoomba Clydesdales (1st title) 8-6 Redcliffe Dolphins Suncorp Stadium Toowoomba Clydesdales (23 pts)

1997 Redcliffe Dolphins (1st) 18-16 Easts Tigers Suncorp Stadium Wynnum Manly Seagulls (29 pts)

1998 Norths Devils
Norths Devils
(1st) 35-16 Wests Panthers Suncorp Stadium Norths Devils
Norths Devils
(33 pts)

1999 Burleigh Bears
Burleigh Bears
(1st) 12-10 Redcliffe Dolphins Suncorp Stadium Redcliffe Dolphins (35 pts)

2000 Redcliffe Dolphins (2nd) 14-6 Toowoomba
Toowoomba
Clydesdales Suncorp Stadium Redcliffe Dolphins (38 pts)

2001 Toowoomba Clydesdales (2nd) 28-26 Redcliffe Dolphins Dolphin Oval Toowoomba Clydesdales (41 pts)

2002 Redcliffe Dolphins (3rd) 34-10 Ipswich Jets Dolphin Oval Redcliffe Dolphins (36 pts)

2003 Redcliffe Dolphins (4th) 31-18 Burleigh Bears Dolphin Oval Burleigh Bears
Burleigh Bears
(33 pts)

2004 Burleigh Bears
Burleigh Bears
(2nd) 22-18 Easts Tigers Suncorp Stadium Burleigh Bears
Burleigh Bears
(34 pts)

2005 North Queensland
Queensland
Young Guns (1st) 36-6 Burleigh Bears Suncorp Stadium North Queensland
Queensland
Young Guns (33 pts)

2006 Redcliffe Dolphins (5th) 27-6 Toowoomba
Toowoomba
Clydesdales Suncorp Stadium Toowoomba Clydesdales (32 pts)

2007 Tweed Heads
Tweed Heads
Seagulls (1st) 28-18 Redcliffe Dolphins Suncorp Stadium North Queensland
Queensland
Young Guns (34 pts)

2008 Souths Logan Magpies
Souths Logan Magpies
(1st) 24-18 Ipswich Jets North Ipswich Reserve Ipswich Jets (36 pts)

2009 Sunshine Coast Sea Eagles
Sunshine Coast Sea Eagles
(1st) 32-18 Northern Pride Stockland Park Souths Logan Magpies
Souths Logan Magpies
(32 pts)

2010 Northern Pride (1st) 30-20 Norths Devils Suncorp Stadium Souths Logan Magpies
Souths Logan Magpies
(34 pts)

2011 Wynnum Manly Seagulls (1st) 16-10 Tweed Heads
Tweed Heads
Seagulls Suncorp Stadium Tweed Heads
Tweed Heads
Seagulls (41 pts)

2012 Wynnum Manly Seagulls (2nd) 20-10 Redcliffe Dolphins Suncorp Stadium Redcliffe Dolphins (34 pts)

2013 Mackay Cutters (1st) 27-20 Easts Tigers North Ipswich Reserve Northern Pride (38 pts)

2014 Northern Pride (2nd) 36-4 Easts Tigers Suncorp Stadium Northern Pride (44 pts)

2015 Ipswich Jets (1st) 32-20 Townsville Blackhawks Suncorp Stadium Townsville Blackhawks
Townsville Blackhawks
(43 pts)

2016 Burleigh Bears
Burleigh Bears
(3rd) 26-16 Redcliffe Dolphins Suncorp Stadium Redcliffe Dolphins (40 pts)

2017 PNG Hunters
PNG Hunters
(1st) 12-10 Sunshine Coast Falcons Suncorp Stadium PNG Hunters
PNG Hunters
(39 pts)

Honours[edit] See also: List of Queensland
Queensland
Cup honours At the end of each season at the Queensland
Queensland
Rugby League presentation night, The Courier Mail
The Courier Mail
Medal is awarded to the Queensland
Queensland
Cup player voted as the best and fairest over the entire season. After each game, the referees award three votes to the best player, two votes to the second-best player, and one vote to the third-best player.[6] Previous winners include Australia
Australia
and Queensland
Queensland
representatives Greg Inglis and Daly Cherry-Evans. Since 2007, the man of the match in the Grand Final has been awarded the Duncan Hall
Duncan Hall
Medal. The medal is named in honour of ARL Team of the Century member Duncan Hall, who played 24 games for Queensland
Queensland
and 22 games for Australia
Australia
between 1948 and 1955. Past recipients include Tony Williams and Jake Granville, who would go onto win NRL premierships shortly after their Queensland
Queensland
Cup success. 20th Year Anniversary Team[edit] On 21 September 2015, the Queensland
Queensland
Rugby League announced their Queensland
Queensland
Cup 20th Year Anniversary team. The 17-man team was chosen by a selection panel consisting of Brad Tallon ( Queensland
Queensland
Rugby League statistician), Steve Ricketts (rugby league journalist), David Wright (former ABC commentator) and Mike Higgison (rugby league historian). To be eligible for selection, a player must've played a minimum of 75 games in the competition. Rick Stone, who coached Burleigh from 1997 to 2005 (winning two premierships), was named coach of the side, while longtime referee Tony Maksoud was included as referee of the team.[7]

No. Name Clubs Years Games Tries Goals Points

1. Ryan Cullen Central Qld, Redcliffe, Easts 2003–10 154 112 0 449

2. Nathanael Barnes Tweed Heads, Wynnum Manly 2003–07, 2011–13, 2015–present 186 135 41 622

3. Reggie Cressbrook Townsville, Burleigh, Ipswich 1998–06 143 89 366 1,089

4. Donald Malone Toowoomba, Easts, Ipswich, Mackay 2004–present 179 117 137 742

5. Heath Egglestone Central Qld 1996–04 150 99 1 398

6. Brad Davis (captain) Tweed Heads 2005–12 154 23 483 1,066

7. Shane Perry Brothers, Logan, Redcliffe, Norths 1996–98, 2002–11 218 95 6 409

8. Troy Lindsay Redcliffe 1996–09 270 17 6 80

9. Michael Roberts Redcliffe, Norths 1998–11 253 71 134 555

10. Shane O'Flanagan Wests, Burleigh 1997–08 210 33 0 132

11. Danny Burke Brothers, Redcliffe 1998, 2000–09 219 26 0 104

12. Sime Busby Central Qld, Easts 1997–03 118 15 1 62

13. Danny Coburn Ipswich 1998–10 258 32 0 128

14. Luke Scott Souths, Townsville, Redcliffe 1996, 1998–03 129 36 0 144

15. Luke Dalziel-Don Wynnum Manly 2004, 2006–13 173 82 0 329

16. Nick Parfitt Toowoomba, Burleigh 2003–11 173 113 483 1,421

17. Phil Dennis Wests, Easts, Souths Logan 2003–present 230 29 7 130

NRL State Championship
NRL State Championship
Match[edit] Main article: NRL State Championship From 2014 New South Wales Cup
New South Wales Cup
Premiers will play against the Queensland
Queensland
Cup Premiers as a Curtain-raiser match on NRL Grand Final day, with the winner to be crowned the NRL State Champions. The match is played after the NRL National Youth Competition Grand Final and before the NRL Grand Final.[8][9] Queensland
Queensland
Cup champions[edit]

Ipswich Jets (2015) Northern Pride (2014)

Records[edit] See also: List of Queensland
Queensland
Cup records The following records are taken from Queensland
Queensland
Rugby League's official website and are correct as of the end of the 2016 season.[10] Team[edit]

Most premierships – 5 Redcliffe Dolphins Most minor premierships – 5 Redcliffe Dolphins Most wooden spoons – 4 Central Queensland
Queensland
Capras Highest score in a game – 98, Toowoomba
Toowoomba
against Wests Panthers (2003) Longest winning streak – 17 matches, Northern Pride (2010-2011) Longest undefeated streak – 22 matches, Tweed Heads
Tweed Heads
Seagulls (2010-2011) Longest losing streak- 36 matches, Sunshine Coast Falcons
Sunshine Coast Falcons
(2013-2014)

Individual[edit]

Most games played – Troy Lindsay 270 games Leading pointscorer – Nick Parfitt 1,421 points (113 tries, 483 goals) Leading tryscorer – Daniel Ogden, 136 tries Most points in a season 318, Liam Georgetown (2013) Most tries in a season 34, Daniel Kennedy 2004 Most points in a game 40, Damien Richter 2002/Greg Bourke 2002 Most tries in a game 7, Chris Walker 2000/Anthony Zipf 2004

Media coverage & Sponsorship[edit] Although the Queensland
Queensland
Cup has never had the same amount of media coverage that the pre- Brisbane Broncos
Brisbane Broncos
Brisbane Rugby League did, in recent years it has experienced a resurgence in interest from both the Queensland
Queensland
media and from casual fans alike. Television[edit] The match of the round is televised live on Nine Network
Nine Network
at 2 pm (AEST) Sundays. Previously, the match of the round had been broadcast on ABC Television each Saturday at 2 pm., and hosted by David Wright and Warren Boland. The non-broadcast games are recorded for judiciary and coaching purposes. They are available from Red Corner Promotions www.redcorner.com.au In 2007, community television station Briz-31 ran a weekly local rugby league program "Rugby League Wrap Up" during the finals series. The show's anchors were John McCoy and Renee Gartner, with Bay-FM's Mike Higgison and Troy Robbins regular panel members. Since 2012, the Easts Tigers
Easts Tigers
have livestreamed matches via their Tiger-TV branch, with commentary provided by Mike Higgison, Warren Boland, Gavin Payne and previously, Troy Robbins. Since 2015, Seagulls-TV hosted by John Devine has also been livestreaming most Wynnum Manly Seagulls matches. Radio[edit] From 2006 to 2013, community broadcaster Bay FM began broadcasting Wynnum Manly matches with commentators Mike Higgison and Troy Robbins. The Wynnum Manly club also won radio station Nova 106.9's "Club that Brisbane
Brisbane
really really loves" award. In 2015, a group of community broadcasters including Switch 1197, Valley FM Esk and Phoenix Radio Ipswich began broadcasting matches featuring Ipswich Jets. Sponsorship[edit] The competition has previously been named the Channel Nine Cup, Bundy Gold Cup and Queensland
Queensland
Wizard Cup, and is now known as the Intrust Super Cup. See also[edit]

Rugby league
Rugby league
portal Queensland
Queensland
portal

FOGS Cup and FOGS Colts Challenge Brisbane Rugby League premiership Queensland
Queensland
Rugby League Winfield State League

References[edit]

^ "Broncos lose stablemate Clydesdales". AAP. 6 December 2006.  ^ Aspley new Brisbane Broncos
Brisbane Broncos
feeder club : thewest.com.au ^ Manly to invest $1m in Coast league thedaily.com.au Archived 11 December 2007 at the Wayback Machine. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2 August 2008. Retrieved 2008-07-27.  ^ Livermore, Ross (2007). "Australian Rugby Football League Annual Report 2007" (PDF). Australian Rugby League Limited. p. 9. Archived from the original (PDF) on 13 September 2009. Retrieved 2009-07-15.  ^ Official Site of the Queensland
Queensland
Rugby League - QRL ^ http://www.qrl.com.au/intrust-super-cup/anniversary-team.html ^ State Championship preview: Panthers v Pride - NRL.com ^ The greatest game never played - NRL.com ^ http://www.qrl.com.au/intrust-super-cup/statistics-club-records.html

External links[edit]

Official website

Queensland
Queensland
Cup News[edit]

Queensland
Queensland
Rugby League Queensland
Queensland
Rugby League Queensland
Queensland
Cup Page Rleague.com's Queensland
Queensland
page League Unlimited's Queensland
Queensland
Page

Queensland
Queensland
Rugby League forums[edit]

Rleague's Queensland
Queensland
Forum League Unlimited's Queensland
Queensland
Forum

v t e

Queensland
Queensland
Cup

Current Clubs

Burleigh Bears Central Queensland
Queensland
Capras Eastern Suburbs Tigers Ipswich Jets Mackay Cutters Northern Pride Norths Devils Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea
Hunters Redcliffe Dolphins Souths Logan Magpies Sunshine Coast Falcons Townsville Blackhawks Tweed Heads
Tweed Heads
Seagulls Wynnum Manly Seagulls

Previous Clubs

Aspley Broncos Brothers-Valleys Bundaberg Grizzlies Cairns
Cairns
Cyclones Central Capras Gold Coast Vikings Logan Scorpions Mackay Sea Eagles North Queensland
Queensland
Young Guns Past Brothers Port Moresby
Port Moresby
Vipers Souths Magpies Sunshine Coast Sea Eagles Townsville Stingers Toowoomba
Toowoomba
Clydesdales Wests Panthers

Seasons

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Related articles

Grounds Premiers Records Wooden spooners National Rugby League
National Rugby League
reserves affiliations NRL State Championship

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Rugby League in Queensland

Federation

Queensland
Queensland
Rugby League

Representative Teams

Queensland
Queensland
Maroons Queensland
Queensland
Residents Queensland
Queensland
U-20 Queensland
Queensland
U-18 Queensland
Queensland
U-16 Queensland
Queensland
women's

NRL clubs

Current clubs: Brisbane
Brisbane
Broncos Gold Coast Titans North Queensland
Queensland
Cowboys

Former Clubs: Gold Coast Giants/Seagulls/Chargers (1988-1998) South Queensland
Queensland
Crushers (1995-1997)

Competitions

State-wide leagues: Queensland
Queensland
Cup Arthur Beetson Cup (U20s) Mal Meninga Cup (U18s) Cyril Connell Cup (U16s) Queensland
Queensland
City vs Country Origin Winfield State League (1982-1995)

Other leagues: Masters Police Services Primary School Secondary School Universities Women's

Northern Division

Foley Shield Bowen Cairns Mackay Midwest Mount Isa Remote Areas Townsville

Central Division

Regions: Capricorn Region / South West Region / Wide Bay Region

47th Battalion Shield Balonne-Barwon Jr. Border Bundaberg Callide-Dawson Jr. Central Burnett Central Highlands Central West Fraser Coast Gladstone District Northern Districts Rockhampton
Rockhampton
District Roma Dictrict South Burnett Sunshine Coast-Gympie Toowoomba Warwick & District Jr. Western

South-East Division

Bulimba Cup Brisbane Brisbane
Brisbane
A-Grade Brisbane
Brisbane
Second Division Brisbane
Brisbane
Women Ipswich Gold Coast Gold Coast Second Division FOGS C

.