Hospital Challenge Cup V Easter Special

· Hospital Cup
by Reds Media Unit

This Easter weekend, club Rugby fans will be able to get their Rugby fix virtually, as the Hospital Challenge Cup V competition continues with two special exhibition matches. 

With this weekend set to be a bye in the regular Hospital Challenge Cup, we went to one of the new virtual competition’s top gamers from the first three rounds, Nick Dawes, and asked him to come up with his own Queensland Premier Rugby XV, made up of the best players from the competition. 

We also asked Nick Chapman from Norths, a former member of the Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) Men’s Sevens Academy, to come up with a Queensland Premier Rugby Sevens side. 

The two Premier Rugby representative teams will be going head-to-head with the St.George Queensland Reds and Aussie 7s, with two of the Lucas brothers, Isaac and Tom, representing the Reds and Aussie 7s retrospectively. 

The broadcast will kick off at 3:20pm, and fans can tune in via the Queensland Premier Rugby Facebook page, Reds.Rugby website or click here to subscribe to the Queensland Premier Rugby Twitch account. 

Nick Dawes’ Queensland Premier Rugby XV 

1. Tom Moloney - Brothers
2. Rhys van Nek - Easts
3. SJ Tamala – University of Queensland
4. Michael Richards – GPS
5. Pat Morrey – University of Queensland
6. Connor Pritchard – Bond University 
7. Tom Kibble – GPS 
8. Sam Wallis – University of Queensland
9. Scott Malolua – Souths 
10. James Dalgleish – University of Queensland
11. Emori Waqavulagi – GPS
12. Dan Boardman – Bond University 
13. Byron Ralston – Brothers 
14. Veresa Mataitini – Norths 
15. Hayden Sargeant – Sunnybank 

Nick Chapman’s Queensland Premier Rugby 7s 

1. Larry Herman - Sunnybank
2. Ryan Menzies – Bond University 
3. Tate McDermott – University of Queensland 
4. Jacob Prideaux – Norths 
5. Hayden Sargeant – Sunnybank 
6. Jordan Luke – Norths 
7. Shai Wiperi – Norths