After meetings this week with Senior and Junior Presidents of Sunshine Coast rugby clubs, Sunshine Coast Rugby has announced plans for the return to rugby on the Coast.Continue reading “Rugby is back on the Sunshine Coast”
Caloundra are Sunshine Coast Rugby Union A grade premiers fro 2019.
Here is our photo coverage of their Grand Final win.Continue reading “SCRU A Grade Grand Final: Photo Gallery”
Caloundra have taken back to back Sunshine Coast Rugby Union A grade premierships downing University 30 points to 15.Continue reading “Caloundra get back to back premierships in Sunshine Coast rugby’s A grade”
University have picked up the pieces from last weeks major semi final loss to Caloundra by giving traditional heavyweights Noosa a 21 point touch up.Continue reading “Uni into Sunny Coast rugby’s A grade Grand Final”
Two Sunshine Coast rugby players have been named in Queensland’s Super W extended squad.
Uni’s Maeriana Tumai, and Caloundra’s Kayla Sadlier will join 18 players from last year’s final squad.
The squad is made up primarily of players who play in Queensland Premier Rugby.
Tumai and Sadlier are two of four players in the 50 player squad that don’t play in that competition.
University versus Springfield at the University of the Sunshine Coast No. 1 Oval.
Here is this week’s video coverage of the Sunshine Coast Rugby Union match between Maroochydore and University, and the roller derby friendly between the Coastal Assassins and the Brisbane City Rollers Punk Blockers.
Here is the full video coverage of Saturday’s Sunshine Coast Rugby Union game between University and Noosa.
Noosa defeated University 41 points to 14 at the University of the Sunshine Coast on Saturday.
“It’s good to come back to the Sunshine Coast and play Sunshine Coast teams,” Noosa player Brendan Mayhew says.
“Uni is a lot fitter [than the Brisbane teams].
“They kept us going for a little bite there. The score doesn’t look that way.”
University coach Keith Davies Says his side still has players to come back.
“I think we need [the two byes in a month],” he says.
“Today we had people out with flu, we had three people pull up with flu.”
These illnesses came on top of injuries sustained in the earlier rounds of the year.
“[The byes] give us time to get some injuries right, get rid of the flu,” Davies says.
The entire competition has a general bye with the exception of the Reserve grade game between Maleny and
Gympie Fraser Coast at Witta.
Those teams will have their bye the week after with all teams having the weekend of the 19th and 20th off for a representative bye.
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Noosa coach Michael Phelan believes the 39 points to 0 score line was not a reflection of the quality contest provide by opponents Goodna.