The Queensland Rugby Union is the governing body for the sport in Queensland, with more than 25,000 registered players across 240 clubs as well the Queensland Reds Super Rugby and the Queensland Women’s XV Super W teams.
Reds Squad. Alex MafiHooker. Angus BlythLock. Angus Scott-YoungBackrow. Ben GrantLock. Brandon Paenga-AmosaHooker. Bryce HegartyUtility Back. Dane ZanderProp. Feao FotuaikaProp.
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The Queensland Reds is the rugby union team for the Australian state of Queensland that competes in the Southern Hemisphere's Super Rugby competition. Prior to 1996, they were a representative team selected from the rugby union club competitions in Queensland.
History of the Queensland Reds Although Rugby is thought to have been played in Queensland as far back as 1876, the QRU was formed in 1893, with the game in the state developing into a truly global Rugby brand from grassroots to professional.
Reds set to re-sign Wallabies star through to Rugby World Cup James O’Connor has won over Australian rugby, now he’s set to be rewarded. Reds out to seal first final since Quade’s 2011 as ...
Dynasty Sport are proud to introduce the Queensland Reds Official Apparel range in 2021. Working closely with the playing roster, coaching staff and senior administrators at the Queensland Rugby Union, Dynasty Sport have created the new 2021 apparel range to include exciting new features. The most exciting of all is the striking away jersey, inspired by 1990's colours from an era of rich rugby heritage.
Across the two teams, 16 capped St.George Queensland Reds Super W players and nine Wallaroos will feature, alongside some of the top performers from the 2020 Queensland Premier Women’s competition.
The Reds have claimed the Super Rugby AU final after a 84th James O'Connor try, securing the 19-16 win over the Brumbies at Suncorp Stadium. Whilst O'Connor opened the scoring with a penalty, Tom ...
The top-level Rugby competition begun by those schools continues in the local Great Public Schools' Association of Queensland (GPS) system to this day. The year 1893 saw the Northern Rugby Union formally constituted and the name changed to the Queensland Rugby Union.
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