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September 2017
Bond University Queensland Country have secured a 50-24 win over the Sydney Rays at Pittwater Park in Round 4 of the National Rugby Championship (NRC).
Brothers Rugby Union will host the fifth instalment of the annual Crosby Sevens competition on Saturday, showcasing some of the best grassroots Rugby Sevens talent in Queensland at Albion’s Crosby Park. 
Qantas Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has confirmed his 32-man squad for the upcoming tour of South Africa and Argentina.
Veteran Australian Sevens player James Stannard has re-signed with the national team, committing to the 2018 season as the 34-year-old targets a home Commonwealth Games appearance on the Gold Coast early next year. 
St.George Queensland Reds fans will enjoy eight home fixtures at Suncorp Stadium in 2018, after SANZAAR released the Vodafone Super Rugby draw for next season today.

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The Brisbane Hustlers defeated the Sydney Convicts 22-10 to claim the 2017 Purchas cup in Melbourne on Saturday.
University of Queensland were crowned tournament champions for the third-straight time, claiming a 12-5 victory over Macquarie University on Sunday morning.
McInnes Wilson Lawyers Brisbane City have defeated the Canberra Vikings 42-40 in their Round 3 National Rugby Championship clash at the University of Queensland on Sunday afternoon.
The three Queensland Aon Uni 7s teams for the third leg to be held at the University of Queensland this weekend have been named
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