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2019 Rep Teams Announced!

Rep Tournament 2019

The 2019 Kick It Touch Representative Tournament teams have been finalised for the September 29th event at Jack Cook Park, Taringa.

The fourth Rep instalment will feature some of the game’s very best with North Brisbane Sharks Mixed and Toowoomba Titans mens set to defend their titles.

North Brisbane will boast just four faces to the side went undefeated in last year’s mixed bracket with a number of forced changes and departures.

Lead by New South Wales Blues stars Shaun Tupou and Chloe Storm, the Sharks will be looking to make it three Rep victories in four tournaments.

Keys to victory: Attacking focus with girls.
Last year the Sharks girls tallied nine girl tries in the three pool matches lead by Tarni Stabe and Jess Sleep.
Kiara Garbuio and Tiff Hodson will need to fill the void left by Tarni Stabe.

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The Sharks mens team will be aiming to reach the finals for the first time in three years.

Not since 2012 have they won the mens side of the Rep draw with Joey’s Matthew Allen the lone survivor from the Shaw Road event.

Featuring five new faces from the top four mens sides at the Stafford, their side is in-form and ready to go.

Key to victory: Attack the edges.
Jayden Turnbull and Sam Turnbull combined for four tries and three try assists rucking on the edge, while Jack Woodbridge and Corey Pocock found success using their speed on the wing.
Without Sam Turnbull, they will need to find someone else to carry out this successful formula.

South Brisbane Tigers have seen the highest turnover of players with just eight representative stars from last year’s tournament available for selection.

A whopping 15 players will make their Rep debut with two returning from the 2017 event including mixed captain and reigning leading try scorer at Taringa and Stafford, Eliza Mooney.

New Taringa champions Kickaholics Anonymous dominate selections (with five) including reigning mixed top try scorer Trent Gossner and try assist leader Isaac Toohey.

Key to victory: Rely on team combos.
Nine of the listed 13 players have played in the same team at some point throughout 2019, none more so than Isaac Toohey and Trent Gossner who combined for 21 tries and 20 try assists last season.

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Returning Tiger Jason West will play his third Representative Tournament after making his debut back in 2012, while Corey Smith, Antony Tatkovic and Aaron Tomoana mark the only others to return from last year.

Captain Chris Honnery will make the switch from mixed to mens and lead out the Tigers who have made the mens grand final in the last two years. Aaron Tomoana will vice captain the side for the second time.

Jacob McMahon will look to continue his strong form after making his Blues debut earlier this year.

John Kerr is the only other player with Rep experience after making an appearance in the 2012 State Of Origin for Queensland.

Key to victory: Improve Defence.
The Tigers have allowed 29 tries in their past 8 matches (including grand finals), while scoring just over 3 tries per game.

Toowoomba Titans will look to make it a three-peat in this year’s event after running the table in 2018.

After defeating the South Brisbane Tigers in the previous two grand finals, the experienced Titans’ boys will be ready for the fresh-faced Brisbane teams.

Lead by Queensland Representative Ben Burstow and Jono Graf, they lead an experienced side to Taringa.

Key to victory: Stout Defence. The Titans allowed just 8 tries in last year’s event (which included the grand final). It was a similar result in 2017 with 10 tries allowed.
Strong communication and team combos will once again be on display.

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Titans Mixed will be seeking redemption after going down to the Sharks in a hotly contested mixed grand final last year.

Starring a host of long-serving players, they will be lead by Queensland Origin Representatives Kohen Mathiesen and Jasmin Lucas. Kevin Platz and Reegan McCarthy will once again be the focus points with the pair combing for four tries last year’s event.

Key to victory: With up to six new faces, the Titans will be relying on their middles and edges to be in-sync. The return of Jamie Thorburn will help shore up the edges and will assist the girls in scoring some tries.

The Toowoomba Storm will run out onto Jack Cook Park with a much improved side to 2018.

Lead by experienced duo of Martin Baldo and Josh Brunner, their side will be looking to get a win early against the South Brisbane Titans.

Locky Stephson will be the focus point of the Storm attack after starring for the Titans in last years event.

Key to victory: Manufacture points.
The Storm mens side averaged just two tries per game in 2018 with nobody scoring more than one try.
This should be aided with the inclusion of Locky Stephson, who lead the mens competition with three tries throughout the pool matches.

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Rachael Parker will lead out the Storm in what will be a do-or-die match against the Tigers in the first pool match.

Featuring eight new faces, including experienced vice captain Robbie Halliday, the mixed team will need to gel early if they are to make an impact in this year’s event.

Key to victory: Shore up the edge defence.
The Storm mixed side allowed 32 points in three pool games last week, almost half of which were to girl tries.
Take away the easy girl tries and they’re in with a chance.

Stay up to date via the 2019 Representative tournament page.
Re-live the Sharks Mixed and Titans Mens outstanding victories in 2018

GEN NOW: Kickaholics Take Out Taringa Mixed Final

Kickaholics Anonymous have ended the two-year reign of Next-Gen Untouchables with a come from behind win on Tuesday night.

The former mixed champions had footing for the majority of the match before a classy tip-on from Jacob McMahon sent Emily Collison-Bell over in the corner to ice the game with just seconds remaining.

The shock loss was Untouchables’ first since March 2018 and Kickaholics’ first over the juggernaut team.

The hunter has now become the hunted…

Next-Gen Untouchables were the first to score via the boot of former Tigers Rep player Luke Dudgell in the 10th minute.

The frantic nature of Kickaholics attack gave plenty of opportunity to Untouchables who capitalised moments later through the experience of Tim Christie.

A rare direct rucking set produced Kickaholics’ first points with Joel Pham breaking the line to send speedster Trent Gossner pouring past the fullback.

All the good work was undone soon after with Lincoln Redgen nabbing an intercept and running 40 metres extend his side’s lead to 3-1 before the break.

A more composed Kickaholics side emerged from the break and it didn’t take long before they capitalised through Tiff Hodson.

Two repeat sets on the goal line provided enough opportunity for Isaac Toohey to grubber into the in-goal before handing off to Hodson for a two-point try.

Trent Gossner put his side in front for the first time in the match with a brilliant solo length of the field effort.

With Untouchables in unchartered territory and without their two biggest names, the green machine looked a little edgy.

Next-Gen Untouchables. Kickaholics AnonymousA confidence boosting trio of repeat sets put their opponents’ goal line defence to the test. Untouchables levelled the scores with Lincoln Redgen pouncing on a short kick in the in-goal.

Tim Christie would cross for his second two minutes later, grounding a contested loose ball.

With Next-Gen out of the doldrums, Kickaholics reverted to their first half ways. A number of missed opportunities on the back of some frantic and often high-risk expansive play.

Back to back sets on the goal line in the final minute carried the trend of the game and proved to be the achillies heel of both sides, finishing with Untouchables.

In the end, it was Emily Collison-Bell who came away with the spoils.

Well done to Kickaholics Anonymous who defeated Next-Gen Untouchables 6-5.

Kickaholics: Trent Gossner (2), Tiff Hodson, Emily Collison-Bell
Next-Gen: Lincoln Redgen (2), Tim Christie (2), Luke Dudgell
Player of the Match: Tim Christie.
Best and Fairest: Trent Gossner.

Congratulations to Skittles who defeated Rampage 6-3 in a hotly contested mixed two grand final on Tuesday.

Skittles. Kickaholics AnonymousThe newcomers endured a much tougher task to make the finals after a semi-final extra-time replay against Slap Happy.

The Skittles would prevail after winning 2-1 across both extra time periods.

Rampage made it to the final dance for the second season in a row. Last season’s opposition, Dugongs put a dent to their grand final aspirations – a move that was repeated by Skittles.

It wasn’t all one way traffic as Rampage opened the scoring through South Brisbane rep players Antony Tatkovic and Tom Primmer.

Skittles captain Seigo Tanaka levelled the scores shortly after with a kick up the sideline. His partner in crime SJ Siva dove over soon after to give his side the lead.

End to end footy showcased some of the best talent on display with scores locked up at 2-1 heading into halftime.

A revitalised Skittles outfit returned to their traditional touch footy ways, driving the ball into enemy territory with ease and shoring up the middle third in defence. SJ Siva put Ani Bhardwaj over for his first with a ruck and split inside the 10.

SJ crossed for the second on the next possession by planting down a grubber from his captain.

Rampage was dealt a triple blow in quick succession with Ani Bhardwaj crossing for his second to extend the lead to 5-1.

Before the game could fall into a lull in the final quarter, multiple players were sin binned for bringing the game into disrepute.

Winger Brett Coghill scooped up a grubber of his own to ice the game, before a late consolation try to Annaleis Tatkovic who fed off a Anthony Tatkovic, kept the scores close.

Well done to Skittles on their first Kick It Grand Final win!

Skittles: SJ Siva (2), Ani Bhardwaj (2), Seigo Tanaka, Brett Coghill
Rampage: Tom Primmer, Annaleis Tatkovic
Player of the Match: Ani Bhardwaj.

Next season kicks-off Tuesday, August 20th. Register or re-register now. One team spot remains!
The 2019 Rep Tournament is coming up at Taringa on Sunday, September 29th. Stay up to date with all the latest news and selections.

2019 Rep Tournament Looms | How to get selected?

Rep Tournament 19
Taringa will host the 2019 Rep Tournament for the third consecutive year on Sunday, September 29th at Jack Cook Memorial Park.

The event will make its fourth appearance in the Kick It Rep calendar showcasing some of the best talent across the venues.

In collaboration with our charity event partner, the LIVIN Legends match concept returns for the first time since 2017.

The fixture will feature seperate Mens and Womens matches for the first time, and include the best players from each of the Rep teams.

Reigning Mixed champions the North Brisbane Sharks will look to fend off the competition with a fresh-faced line up that could consist of up to seven debutants.

While the pressure is on the mixed team to retain, its the mens side who have the most to gain.

2018 Rep tournament.

Jayden Turnbull starts a set for the Sharks, Jack Cook Memorial Park, September 29th, 2018.

The North Brisbane mens team have failed to make the finals in their previous two tournaments.


2018 Mens captain Jayden Turnbull is confident is side’s fortunates can turn around with a similar unit for September’s event.

“Its a bit different playing people who we haven’t played with before, its hard to adapt to start

“It a lot quicker. Mixed is quick as well, but (mens) gets tiring at the end of the day

“Lets get out there and have a go.”

The South Brisbane Tigers will come up against a more competitive Toowoomba Storm and North Brisbane side, while the steadfast Toowoomba Titans team remains at the top after clinching back-to-back mens titles.

Tigers’ captain Chris Honnery is confident his side can overcome consecutive heartbreaking grand finals loses and will be able to close out crucial games.

2018 Rep Tournament.

Chris Honnery stars for the Tigers, Jack Cook Memorial Park, September 29th, 2018.

“Its a lot quicker, a lot faster paced, but its a great social event

“Its a great competition, there’s (some) great teams we’ll play against

“Great showcase of skill, but we’re fired up and ready to go

“We’re chasing to take it out. We’re really building for the future, so watch out for us in 2019.”

The Tigers will boast a new-look team with up to five new faces from last years outfit who finished second.

Incumbents Corey Smith, Aaron Tomoana, Harry Elms, Tom Primmer and Antony Tatkovic will form a valuable spine with a host of forced changes.

Former Tigers Tim Mitchell and Jason West are tipped to make their Rep return.


What you need to know

Date: Sunday, September 29th.
Jack Cook Memorial Park, Taringa.
Address: 40/50 Indooroopilly Road.
10am – 4pm.
Game duration:
30 minutes (inc half time).
Round robin, plus finals (1v2).
LIVIN Legends Match: Mens and Womens matches (15 minutes).
Team Kits: Released next week.


How do you get selected?

Players who are part of a registered team in 2019 are eligible for Rep selection.

Players will be selected not only based on the skill and performance but also their sportsmanship and commitment to uphold Kick It’s core values when on-field.

Perform for your seasonal team. Our team selectors will be watching all games.

Team Selectors
North Brisbane – Clint Wicks (mixed), Ben Hayes (mens).
South Brisbane – David Sercombe (mixed), Corey Smith (mens).
Toowoomba Titans – Adam Redmond (mixed/mens).
Toowoomba Storm – Adam Redmond (mixed/mens).

Teams will be selected throughout the month of August with squads finalised on September 1st.
Stay up to date via the Rep Day page.

Rep Highlight Reel

2018 Highlights
The Fastest Man in Kick It 
The Fastest Women in Kick It
2017 Toowoomba Titans’ epic grand final win in extra time.
Inaugural LIVIN Legends Match
2012 Highlights

Maroons Prevail Over True Blues

2019 Kick It Origin Queensland Maroons.
The Kick It Queensland Maroons have triumphed in a thrilling Origin match on Wednesday night, but not for some late heroics from a hungry Blues outfit.
2019 Kick It Origin. Chloe Storm Try. Maroons.

Blues’ Chloe Storm try (36th minute).

Best and fairest Chloe Storm brought those in attendance to their feet in the final five minutes with an outstanding solo try to get within one point of the Maroons.

A plethora of errors and ruck infringements gifted the Blues great field position to ensure the grandstand finish.

Some stout goal line defence in a pressure-cooker environment helped the Maroons secure their fourth mixed Origin crown.

On paper the New South Wales Blues boasted their best line up to date with seven representative stars in their ranks.

Captain Isaac Parker and vice Shaun Tupou helped steer the side around the park and proved to be a crucial link to their quicker outside players.

Defence was the key and it showed in the opening 10 minutes with the Blues holding strong on their own goal line despite numerous repeat sets for the Maroons.

Blues’ communication could be heard from the far side of the field and on the Origin live steam as the team with nothing to lose put it to the reigning champions.

But as the saying goes, you can’t keep a champion (side) down for long.

Some rare space on the wing after an intense set of rucking produced the first try of the match. A ruck and split from Jess Sleep sent speedster Craig Hunt over in the corner after 12 minutes.

The frantic nature of the match calmed as both teams settled into their work. End to end footy saw a quick, free-flowing brand which was great to watch.

Two forced goal line drop outs a saw the Maroons starved of possession and camped on their own goal line.

An intercept from Chris Honnery gave his side a much-needed reprieve, but the joy was short lived.

On the next possession the Blues drove the ball back into Maroon’s territory before receiving a ruck penalty on the fifth touch.

Nicholas Edwards came pouring through a hole off the tap re-start only to have his grubber to Beau Hess knocked down by fullback Matt McIver. The Blues’ efforts were undone with a knock on to start the next set.

Some fresh subs and a heavy dose of rucking from Ben Burstow, Tammy Haydock and Eliza Mooney got the Maroons in good field possession. A penalty for slapping at the ball in the ruck, followed by a force goal line drop out turned the screws on New South Wales.

The Blue wall collapsed moments before halftime with a lovely worked sweep play from Craig Hunt to create an overlap for Toowoomba Rep star Kohen Mathiesen to pass to Matt McIver to score.

2019 Kick It Origin. New South Wales Blues vs Queensland Maroons.

A rejuvenated Blues side opened the scoring in the second half on their first possession via captain Isaac Parker who pounced on a grubber of his own.

As the game began to open up, a host of near-try opportunities occured. Nicholas Edwards had two cracks at the line followed by Shane Griffin and Corey Pocock.

Queensland had their own chances go begging with experienced rep player Brayden Barrett touching the sideline as he received a pass from Craig Hunt with the goal line open.

Jacob McMahon foiled a perfectly worked ruck and split from former teammates Jayden Turnbull and Jess Sleep.

2019 Kick It Origin. Jess Sleep Try. Maroons.

Queensland’s Jess Sleep scores (29th minute).

Kohen Mathiesen and Gerard Martin each had a chance as the possession swung once again.

A quick dummy half scoot from Chris Honnery who passed to Jess Sleep who stepped inside two would-be defenders, pushed the lead out to 4-1.

The Maroon’s three-point lead was short lived as Chloe Storm lit up the Origin highlight reel once again as the match hit fever pitch.

Queensland def New South Wales 4-3
Maroons: Craig Hunt, Matt McIver, Jess Sleep
Blues: Isaac Parker, Chloe
Player of the Match: Jess Sleep
Best and Fairest: Chloe Storm

A special thanks to all our Origin sponsors. We look forward to the 2020 series!
Origin Photos | Origin Teams | Corner Post Highlights

Joeys Leap To Mens Victory

Joeys have defeated long-time rivals P-Dub in a hotly contested mens final on Wednesday night.

It was the fourth time these two teams had met each other in grand final matches with their opponent holding a 2-1 advantage.

Reigning champions P-Dub stuck first though Sam Gadsby who dove between two would-be defenders inside the first five minutes.

The hit-back was swift through Maroons stud Jayden Turnbull who grubbered for himself to score.

It was deja vu for the boys in yellow with Joeys’ own Jason West producing a carbon copy of the first try to edge his side in front on the scoreboard.

Some stout defence from Joeys’ middle men Matthew Allen, Ben Hayes and Tristan Bell-Blissner ensured their opponent couldn’t add to their first half total.

A true testament to these two teams was on show with a heavy dose of rucking through the middle of the field.

Maroons’ rookie Bill Chisholm and Jarrod Clayton looked likely around the ruck, while Matt O’Brien and Luke Murray played off the back of their momentum.

Back-to-back errors from P-Dub gifted Joeys key field position and they made them pay.

A lovely worked backline move that went through four sets of hands saw Dylan Bone cross in the corner from a Dave Webster draw and pass.

Joeys skipped to a 4-1 lead on the next set with Jason West producing a marvellous bat-back of a ball that was heading over the sideline, only to have it sit in the in-goal for Mason Hasselmeyer to ground the ball.

A rash of ruck infringements and repeat sets on the Joeys’ goal line took its toll through P-Dub captain Joe Warren who crossed for his side’s second try with four minutes remaining.

Mens leading try scorer Corey Pocock was kept quiet for much of the match until he scooped up a loose ball to scoot 50 metres untouched to ice the game.

A late consolation try from Joe Warren to Jack Woodbridge on the final play of the match was all in vain.

Well done to Joeys on their 5-3 Mens Grand Final win. It is now 2-2 in final matches between these two teams.

Joeys: Jayden Turnbull, Jason West, Dylan Bone, Mason Hasselmeyer, Corey Pocock
P-Dub: Sam Gadsby, Joe Warren, Jack Woodbridge
Best and Fairest: Joe Warren
Player of the Match: Matthew Allen.


Livin Top Try Scorers. Range Brewing Try Assists. Ballers. Joeys.

Stafford Mixed Top Try Scorers. Ballers. Joeys.

Well down to our Mens LIVIN top try scorers Corey Pocock (13).
Range Brewing Try Assist Champions. 2019. Stafford. Ballers. Joeys.










Well done to Luke Murray (P-Dub) and Ben Hayes (Joeys) who became the new Mens Range Brewing Try Assist Champion

A special thank you to our grand final sponsors Arrivederci Pizzeria and Newstead Remedial Massage for their player/team prizes.

Winter season at Stafford kicks-off on Wednesday, July 17th! Register now!

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