Air­lie hosts po­lice league car­ni­val

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

THE best Queens­land Po­lice rugby league has to of­fer bat­tled it out in Air­lie Beach last week, with teams from all over Queens­land con­test­ing the state cham­pi­onships.

The Cen­tral Queens­land Ra­zor­backs, Wide Bay Crocs, South­ern Boards, South Eastern Mud­dies, North­ern Stingers, Bris­bane Bull­dogs, Mount Isa Mon­grels and the FNQ Mar­lins were all rep­re­sented at the Whit­sun­day Sportspark last week with play­ers vy­ing for se­lec­tion in the Queens­land Po­lice Ser­vice Rugby League As­so­ci­a­tion team to con­test the TriS­eries against NSW Po­lice and the Af­fil­i­ated States and Ter­ri­to­ries Team.

It was the Mud­dies who were vic­to­ri­ous, beat­ing Stingers 18-0 in the grand fi­nal last Fri­day. The Mon­grels claimed the Plate Fi­nal with a 26-14 win over the Boars in a bruis­ing en­counter while Mas­ter’s brag­ging rights were claimed by City, who tri­umphed over Coun­try 20-8. Paul Re­nouf was named player of the fi­nal, Rus­sell Sa­tour the player of the car­ni­val while Jared Knox’s phys­i­cal­ity was awarded with the de­fen­sive player of the car­ni­val award. The sportspark con­tin­ues to prove it­self as a venue and will host the NQ Rugby Cham­pi­onships this month.

POW­ER­ING ON: Mon­grels' Jake Carl at­tacks the line last Fri­day at the Whit­sun­day Sportspark.

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