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LGMs, Ballerz succeed in 2020 Stafford Summer Season.

Lgms, Ballerz
LGMs have won their second consecutive Mens competition with a 8-5 win over rivals Joeys on Wednesday night.

In perfect conditions, the defending champions were the hunted, however it was the men in purple who stuck first.

Under the weight of possession and field position, LGMs Representative star Jesse Ripley crossed first on the back of a Joeys’ error.

The momentum stayed with the title holders with Joeys giving away multiple infringements in their own half.

Captain Jackson Paton stepped through some broken defence to give his team their second try.

The theme of the first half continue with the challengers giving away cheap field possession as it put increasing pressure on their goal line.

Danger-man Dean Saxvik quickly capitalised by kicked for himself to notch up LGM’s third try.

It took until 15 minutes for Joeys to receive an attacking opportunity in their opponent’s 10m zone.

With the first touch, Mason Hasselmeyer stepped past two defenders after a ruck and split to get his side on the board.

On the stroke of halftime, LGMs wrestled back momentum with Billy Robertson putting Alex Chapman away down the left touch line to extend the lead to 4-1.

Joeys started the second half in the worst possible way, with the opening kick-off going out on the full.

On the insuring set, Billy Robertson sliced through some feeble defence to push the lead out to four.

Five minutes into the second half, LGMs gave away just their second repeat set and Ben Hayes’ Joeys took advantage.

Blues’ speedster Corey Pocock kicked through to score his side’s second. On their next possession, Jayden Turnbull dived over for his first to bring the scores to 5-3.

The final ten minutes, the game began to open up with plenty end-to-end play as the teams traded points.

Jackson Paton would get his side back on top first, kicking for himself inside Joeys’ 10.

Best and Fairest Mason Hasselmeyer spotted a tired offside defender and slid over for his second.

Jake Richards scored on the wing off a Jesse Ripley pass, while Joey’s Jayden Turnbull scooted over with the assist from Tristan Bell-Blissner.

Brayden Barrett iced the game with three minutes remaining to end a chaotic period.

LGMs secured a famous Mens victory over Joeys. Well done boys.

Joeys. LGMs, Ballerz Succeed

LGMs: Jackson Paton(2), Jesse Ripley, Dean Saxvik , Alex Chapman, Billy Robertson, Jake Richards, Brayden Barrett.
Joeys: Mason Hasselmeyer (2), Jayden Turnbull (2), Corey Pocock.
Best and Fairest: Mason Hasselmeyer.
Player of the Match: Jesse Ripley.

Ballerz overcame a fast finishing One Kick Wonders side to secure their second mixed competition win in as many seasons.

Going into the match as heavy favourites, the defending premiers put the team of green and yellow on notice early.

Ben Hayes broke through the middle defence before putting a kick in to score and get Ballerz on the board first.

Player of the match Brayden Barrett extended his side’s lead shortly after with a kick of his own.

The momentum of the match quickly changed with One Kick Wonders exploiting multiple repeat sets.

Matt Beard was prolific with the boot as he kicked for himself to score.

The same name would appear on the score sheets moments later as he repeated his first effort.

A mid-field wrestle of possession encapsulated the next period of the match with numerous end-to-end sets.

A perfectly placed chip and chase from Brayden Barrett pushed Ballerz ahead for the second time in the match.

With momentum firmly with the mixed title holders, it was only a matter of minutes before Jake Proctor sliced through to record his side’s fourth try.

Ballerz’ Jeff O’Connor gave his side an imposing 5-2 lead with 10 minutes to go after clutching a deft kick to score.

To One Kick Wonders’ credit, they drove the ball downfield on their next possession and almost scored through Corey Pocock

That man would feature heavily in his side’s next possession, following a seven touch set as he sent Nathaniel Wright over in the corner.

The match began to heat up for the challengers as they would stretch the field on their sets in possession, while Ballerz played conservatively.

One Kick’s aggressiveness in attack paid off with Corben White pounding on a loose ball in the in-goal, following a repeat sets inside Ballerz’ 20 metre zone.

For the first time in the match, the game play turned frantic.

Ballerz held a slender one-point lead and tried to shed their conservative ways, while One Kick Wonders had all the momentum as they got a sniff at victory.

Numerous long-range kicks saw some high-risk, high-reward play with neither team submitting.

On One Kick’s final possession, they drove 40 metres before throwing the ball out of play on touch four – a true summary of their performance.

Ballerz held on for their second consecutive Stafford mixed division one victory.

One Kick Wonders. LGMs, Ballerz Succeed

Ballerz: Brayden Barrett (2), Ben Hayes, Jake Proctor, Jeff O’Connor
One Kick Wonders: Matt Beard (2), Nathaniel Wright, Corben White
Best and Fairest: Mason Hasselmeyer
Player of the match: Brayden Barrett


Soup A-stars took out the mixed 2 grand final with an 8-5 win over Slappers.

Well done to our LIVIN top try scorers
Mens: Jesse Ripley (14)
Mixed Guys: Corey Pocock (16), Brayden Barrett (16)
Mixed Girls: Eliza Mooney (11), Chloe Storm (11)

Congrats to our Range Brewing Assist champions
Mens: Joe Warren (7)
Mixed: Jake Coolwell (12)

A special thanks to our grand final sponsors Arrivederci Pizzeria, Newstead Remedial Massage and GYG Chermside.

Next season kicks-off at Stafford from July 29th.

Carseldine will resume following COVID-19 on Monday, July 27th. Registrations are open for both Carseldine and Stafford competitions.

Take on the champions, LGMs and Ballerz! Sign up now! 

Team photos via Facebook

NEW Stafford Monday and Wednesday Competitions!

Kick It Touch Football Stafford Monday Wednesday.
Gibson Park at Stafford is home to Kick It North Brisbane in 2019!
Experience the closest social touch footy to Rugby League with mens and mixed competitions on a Monday and Wednesday night.

The new venue replaces the fields at Carseldine with a re-development project well underway. The brand new green space at Carseldine will come back online at the end of 2019.

Wednesday night is a mens and mixed competition that kicked-off on January 23rd.
Registrations will remain open until February 20th.

Competition Details.
Venue: Gibson Park, Stafford.
Game times: 6:00/6:45/7:30/8:15pm.
Cost: $795 per team (10 week season). Team fees may be lessened for teams who enter the competition after week two.
Competition: Mens/mixed competitions available.
Notes: Toilet facilities are available. Footy boots are permitted.

Monday night is a mens and mixed competition that is set to kick-off on February 25th.
Registrations will remain open until March 18th.

Competition Details.
Venue: Gibson Park, Stafford.
Kick-off: February 25th.
Game times: 6:00/6:45/7:30/8:15pm.
Cost: $795 per team (10 week season). Team fees may be lessened for teams who enter the competition after week two.
Competition: Mens/mixed competitions available.
Notes: Toilet facilities are available. Footy boots are permitted.

To register your side, click here.
If you have any questions regarding the Stafford competition, please contact us.

Beer Pressure, Mother Ruckers become Carseldine champions!

Kick It Stafford, Carseldine. Brisbane. Monday. Wednesday.

Mother Ruckers have emphatically defeated reigning mixed champions Nek Set 10-4 in the division 1 final.

A five-try effort from LIVIN top try scorer Nick Gilliland helped Mother Ruckers to their fifth mixed title in eight seasons.

In wet conditions, Nick Gilliland would put his side on the board first with a short kick to score. The reply was swift from Range Brewing try assist champion Shaun Rees, who scored on the ensuring set.

The teams wrestled possession and points with North Brisbane Rep stars Stephen Gill and Josh Pilks crossing for their respective teams as the rain eased.

Five unanswered tries to Nick (3), Stephen and Matt Grieves blew the lead out to 7-2 before a characteristic line break by Shaun Rees who combined with New South Wales representative Chloe Storm closed the gap to 3 points moments before halftime.

Field possession was key to start the second half with Nek Set repelling a hot Mother Ruckers side in the opening exchanges. A string of crucial turnovers stalled any momentum from the reigning champions and the Mother Ruckers made them pay with quick tries to Will Weir and Nick Gilliland.

A late try in the left-hand corner to Keegan Peele iced the game with minutes remaining.

Congratulations to Mother Ruckers on winning the Mixed Division 1 title.

Mother Ruckers: Nick Gilliland (5), Stephen Gill (2), Matt Grieves, Will Weir, Keegan Peele.
Nek Set: Shaun Rees, Josh Pilks, Chloe Storm.
Player of the Match: Stephen Gill.
Best and fairest: Shaun Rees.

Beer Pressure has secured their maiden mens grand final victory after defeating long-time rivals P-Dub 4-3 in extra time on Wednesday night.

Player of the match Stu Lester sealed the win with a crafty kick and score in the 7th minute of golden point.

In wet conditions, Lachlan O’Keefe sent the game to over time with 5 minutes remaining after scooping up a Will O’Keefe kick that left multiple P-Dub defenders grasping at thin air.

P-Dub headed into the break with a 3-2 lead after Jack Woodbridge scooted 50m to score to end the first half.

The teams traded blows with Stu Lester levelling up the scores after splitting the middle of P-Dub’s defence.

Jack Woodbridge gave his side their first lead of the match after clutching onto a short grubber from broken play.

Beer Pressure’s Zac Stanton opened the scoring after latching onto a short grubber before Sam Collins collected a lovely inside ball from P-Dub captain Joe Warren to score.

Congratulations to Beer Pressure on defeating P-Dub 4-3.

Beer Pressure: Stu Lester (2), Lachlan O’Keefe, Zac Stanton.
P-Dub: Jack Woodbridge (2), Sam Collins
Player of the match: Stu Lester.
Best and fairest: Jack Woodbridge.

Balls Deep claimed the mixed division 2 title after defeating Scrambled Legs 4-2 in the extra time.

A try to Luna Pranjivan in the opening possession of golden point set up an unlikely victory.

The undefeated Scrambled Legs came into the match as hot favourites after disposing of Balls Deep in the first week of trials and during the fixture rounds.

Player of the match Jackson Kaiser put his side on the board first with a grubber and score from five metres out.

Scrambled Legs top try scorer Sam Pang replied with a long-range try of his own to level the scores at halftime.

A second half stalemate saw some end-to-end footy featuring a heavy dose of rucking and kicking.

Matt crossed first for Balls Deep before Sam Pang crossed for his second once again tie the scores up and send the match to golden point.

Balls Deep only needed one possession to grab the lead in extra time with Scrambled Legs unable to score on the ensuring set.

Balls Deep: Jackson Kaiser, Matt, Luna Pranjivan.
Scrambled Legs: Sam Pang (2).
Player of the match: Jackson Kaiser.
Best and fairest: Sam Pang.

Well done to our LIVIN top try scorers!
Mens | Isaiah Longi (12)
Mixed Guys | Nick Gilliland (22)
Mixed Girls | Jess Sleep (14)

Well done to our Range Brewing try assist champions!
Mens | Rob Tanielu (8)
Mixed | Shaun Rees (8)

Summer season will kick-off in early January. Visit the Carseldine venue page for more details.
Merry Christmas!

Sharks, Titans Triumph at Rep Tournament!

The North Brisbane Sharks have claimed their second mixed Rep title with a emphatic 7-4 win over 2017 champions the Toowoomba Titans on Saturday.

Team manager, Clint Wicks was the sole survivor from the victorious 2012 Sharks’ side who took out the inaugural Representative Tournament at Wooloowin.

The final shaped as a battle of two undefeated sides as the star-studded Sharks side capitalised on some crucial errors to take an early lead.

Opportunities began to appear for both sides as fatigue crept into the game and thunder storms neared.

It was the Brisbane side that took a 4-1 lead into halftime.

The second half started much the same as the first, with a heavy dose of rucking and kicking into field possession.

A Toowoomba error in their own half swung the momentum towards the Sharks and they never looked back. The scoreline quickly blew out to 7-2 before a late flurry from the Titans was all in vain as time ran out.

Well done to the North Brisbane Sharks – 2018 Representative Tournament Mixed Champions!

The Toowoomba Titans mens side has gone back-to-back with a hard-fought 3-2 win over the South-West Brisbane Tigers.

A stunning 6-5 win in extra time in 2017 set the stage for a mouth-watering final between the two rivals.

It was the Tigers who struck early only to witness a Toowoomba hit-back just moments later.

Some strong defence and rucking up the middle third of the field tested the patience of both teams, in particular with last touch options.

In spite of a some end-to-end play and a handful of errors to end the half, it was the Tigers who took the lead with a controversial try on halftime.

The second half started much the same as the first with a clear ruck-first mentality.

The Titans capitalised on some quality field position and scored off a nifty grubber near the goal line. The game was flipped on its head moments later, as the Titans scooped up a loose ball and scooted 40-metres to score.

The score would remain unchanged for the final six minutes to see a Titans victory.

Well done to Toowoomba Titans – 2018 Representative Tournament Mens Champions!

The Fastest Man & Woman in Kick It
Congratulations to Tarni Stabe and Beau Hess who took out the inaugural Fastest Man and Fastest Woman in Kick It Race

Mens Race
Mixed Race

LIVIN Top Try Scorers
Mens – Locky Stephen (3) , Nicholas Edwards (3) – Toowoomba Titans
Mixed Guys – Locky Stephen (4) – Toowoomba Titans
Mixed Girls – Tarni Stabe (5) – North Brisbane Sharks.

Range Brewing Try Assist Champion
Sean Yorston (3) – North Brisbane Sharks

40/20 Knock Out
A special mention to Matt Langton (Titans) who capped off an outstanding day and won the first 40/20 knock out competition.
Team Photos