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September 14, 2014

Noosa win 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union premiership

Noosa win 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union premiership

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September 13, 2014
Noosa 10
University 9
Sunshine Coast Stadium
Bokarina, Queensland
Australia
Attendance: 2000 approx.
Referee: Gavin Hawkins

Noosa are Sunshine Coast Rugby Union premiers in 2014. They defeated University 10–9 yesterday in the Grand Final at Sunshine Coast Stadium in Bokarina, Australia.

Last time they met
In 2014 — Major Semi Final
Noosa 13 defeated University 0

In a grand final — 2011
University 12 defeated Noosa 9

Noosa got to the premiership decider after finishing on top of the standings and winning the Major Semi Final at Sunshine Beach. University finished second, lost the Major Semi Final to Noosa and defeated Toads at the University of the Sunshine Coast.

The two teams last met in a grand final in 2011. University were victorious 12–9.

Grammar v Brothers.JPG Grammar played Brothers in the Under15/16 Grand Final – the only game of the day not featuring a Noosa team.
Image: Patrick Gillett.

Noosa enter the playing arena.
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University enter the playing arena.
Video: Patrick Gillett.

SCRU 2014 Grand Final kick off.JPG University kicked proceedings off.
Image: Patrick Gillett.
Uni penalty goal 2014-09-13.JPG Daniel Nethenry kicked all of University’s penalty goals in the first half
Image: Patrick Gillett.
Mel Volker 2014-09-13 16.10.43.JPG Touch judge Mel Volker during the game.
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Steve Ryan 2014-09-13 17.34.25.JPG Touch judge Steve Ryan during the game.
Image: Patrick Gillett.
Grand Final Crowd 2014-09-13 17.01.05.jpg The Grand Final crowd.
Image: Patrick Gillett.
Noosa player injured 2014-09-13 17.25.43.jpg Noosa player injured during the game.
Image: Patrick Gillett.
Noosa premiers 2014-09-13 18.00.51.jpg Noosa are SCRU premiers in 2014 after Davi Harold scored a penalty goal and converted a Keith Strajnar try.
Image: Patrick Gillett.
SCRU Grand Final final score 2014-09-13 18.02.29.jpg SCRU Grand Final final score on the scoreboard.
Video: Patrick Gillett.

Noosa are once again to have their name engraved on the premiership trophy. File video from August 2013
Video: Patrick Gillett.



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September 1, 2014

Noosa take first spot in 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union grand final

Noosa take first spot in 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union grand final

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Monday, September 1, 2014

Noosa’s main field dried out in time for this contest after heavy rain last weekend.
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Noosa 13
University 0
Sunshine Beach, Queensland
Australia

Noosa have claimed the first spot in the 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union grand final after defeating University 13–0 at Sunshine Beach, Australia on Saturday.

David Harrold opened the scoring with a penalty goal at fourteen minutes before converting a Kyle Beakey try.

“We played good finals football today and University are a good side and if you give them too much ball in your territory you’re going to pay for it,” said Noosa coach Mick Phelan. “It was probably our best kicking game this year and that was the difference in the end.”

Harrold kicked one more penalty goal six minutes into the second half. This took the score to 13–0, where it stayed for the rest of the game.

University now face Toads in the preliminary final at the University of the Sunshine Coast.



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August 24, 2014

University, Noosa play for home Sunshine Coast rugby major semi in 2014

University, Noosa play for home Sunshine Coast rugby major semi in 2014

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Noosa and University had to play on Noosa’s second field to preserve the main field. The main field seen here on game day.
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This season’s Sunshine Coast Rugby Union semi finals are now scheduled to take place at Sunshine Beach and Caloundra, Australia. The venues were settled upon in the final round of play yesterday, incidentally at the same venues and teams.

In Sunshine Beach Noosa defeated University 17–8 in a closer match than the final score suggested. Noosa took an early lead after eleven minutes through an unconverted try.

University took the score to 5–3 seven minutes later. They would take the lead seventeen minutes into the second half and would not relinquish until three minutes left in the game. At this point Noosa rumbled over through a series of about ten rucks.

In their round five clash at Sunshine Beach, University won 15 points to 13. Noosa won the round ten match at the University of the Sunshine Coast by nine points – 24 points to 15.

In the other A-grade game at Caloundra, the hosts defeated Toads 37–8 to host the minor semi final. In round five Caloundra won by eight points, while in round ten the teams played a 14-all draw.

The winner of the major semi goes straight trough to the grand final. The loser plays in the preliminary final against the winner of the minor semi final at a yet-unknown venue.



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August 17, 2014

University defeat Maroochydore in round 14 of 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union season

University defeat Maroochydore in round 14 of 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union season

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Sunday, August 17, 2014

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Maroochydore 0
University 27
Cotton Tree, Queensland
Australia

University defeated Maroochydore 27 points to 0 in heavy rain in round 14 of 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union at Cotton Tree, Australia yesterday. Noosa defeated Toads right on full time 23 points to 20 at Woombye in the other A-grade game.

Maroochydore vs University 2014-08-16 crowd.jpg Wet weather kept the crowd away.
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The two teams exiting the dressing rooms.
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University ran in five tries, converting the last
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Maroochydore had a few long range efforts but to no avail.
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August 9, 2014

Toads eliminate Maroochydore from 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union finals contention

Toads eliminate Maroochydore from 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union finals contention

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Saturday, August 9, 2014

Maroochydore 12
Toads 43
Cotton Tree, Queensland
Australia

Missed line out throws were symptomatic of Maroochydore’s performance.
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Toads ended Maroochydore’s chances of making the 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union finals in Cotton Tree, Australia this afternoon. They defeated the reigning premiers 43 points to 12.

A Maroochydore try at 32 minutes suggested a fight back from three tries down but Toads would pile on four tries to one from there. Maroochydore’s finals chances ended at eleven minutes to five local time (0649 UTC) with their final try.

To qualify for the finals, Maroochydore needed to win both of its games and have other results go its way. They play the second-placed University next week in their final game of the season. Toads play Noosa next week and, in a minor semi final preview, Caloundra the week after.

In the weekends other A-grade game, Caloundra defeated Noosa 22–14.



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July 13, 2014

Noosa defeat University in round 10 of 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union season

Noosa defeat University in round 10 of 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union season

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Sunday, July 13, 2014

Noosa defeat University at University.
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July 12, 2014
University 15
Noosa 24
University Oval
Sippy Downs, Queensland
Australia
Referee: Gavin Hawkins

Noosa has defeated University 24 points to 15 in their round 10 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union match at the University of the Sunshine Coast in Sippy Downs, Australia yesterday. As a result, Noosa are now on top of the ladder.

University opened the scoring at 14 minutes as winger Darren Gibson scored in the south east corner. Noosa scored three minutes later, in the opposite corner, with Matthew George opening the Uni defence to put Jarrod Postle over. Alex Millington put Uni ahead 8–5 at the 20 minute mark through a penalty goal.

The lead was short lived, however, as Noosa scored another try. This time it was David Harrold scoring 20 metres in from the corner. 12–8 to Noosa. This is how the scores remained for the rest of the half.

Noosa’s third try came 19 minutes into the second half through captain Matthew George. The try was converted by Harrold. Noosa weathered Uni camping down their end through successive penalties scoring a fourth try 12 minutes later through Nathanael Forrest.

University scored a final try four minutes from full time with Millington converting. The match finished up with Noosa winning 24–15.

In the other A-grade game, Toads drew 14-all with Caloundra. Maroochydore had the bye.



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July 6, 2014

University defeat Maroochydore in round nine of 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union season

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Sunday, July 6, 2014

University v Maroochydore July 5, 2014 penalty goal attempt.jpg University fullback Alex Millington kicked one penalty goal — Uni’s opening score — and two conversions.
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University v Maroochydore July 5, 2014 grand stand crowd.jpg The crowd on the grandstand observing the contest
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University v Maroochydore July 5, 2014 1.jpg Almost through. A Maroochydore player tackles a University player before he gets away.
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University v Maroochydore
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July 5, 2014
University 27
Maroochydore 3
University Oval
Sippy Downs, Queensland
Australia

University have defeated Maroochydore 27 points to 3 in their round nine Sunshine Coast Rugby Union match yesterday at the University of the Sunshine Coast, Sippy Downs, Australia.

Maroochydore fullback Lasaro Manomoli opened the scoring through a penalty goal. Despite long periods of domination, Maroochydore would not score again.

Alex Millington opened University’s scoring with a penalty goal of his own. Flanker John Southern scored the opening try of the game off a charge down. Andrew Robilliard scored University’s second try on half time. Millington converted both tries.

It wasn’t until thirty minutes into the second half before University scored again. Darren Gibson scored in the right corner off a 30 metre run. The conversion was unsuccessful. University centre Vern Parks finished off the bonus point win with a try in the opposite corner.

University are now scheduled to host Noosa next weekend in a match which should separate the teams at the top of the ladder. Noosa defeated Toads 18 points to 13 in the weekend’s other A-grade game.



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  • Anthony Brand “Uni weathers storm before shooting clear”. Sunshine Coast Daily, 38, July 6, 2014
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June 29, 2014

Noosa defeat Caloundra, retake top spot on 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union ladder

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Sunday, June 29, 2014

Noosa were denied a try because they put the ball out of play at the ten metre line.
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June 28, 2014
Caloundra 8
Noosa 22
Lighthouse Park
Caloundra, Queensland
Australia

Noosa have retaken top spot on the 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union ladder after beating Caloundra 22 points to 8 in Caloundra, Australia yesterday.

Caloundra opened the scoring six minutes in through a penalty goal. Noosa would even up the scores seven minutes later, and take the lead by the end of the half. 10–3 Noosa at half time.

Caloundra almost scored a try in the first three minutes of the second half but the ball was lost forward by a Noosa player attempting to intercept a pass. Noosa would seemingly shut out the game with a converted try. But Caloundra hit back three minutes later with a try of their own.

They couldn’t capitalise, however, allowing Noosa to score one further try to take the score to 22–8.

In the round’s other game, Toads defeated Maroochydore 31 points to 24. University had a bye.



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May 31, 2014

University go to top spot on 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union ladder after five rounds

University go to top spot on 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union ladder after five rounds

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Saturday, May 31, 2014

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University coach Steve Scotland talking to the media.
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Noosa coach Michael Phelan speaking to media.
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Footage from the game.
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University have beaten Noosa today 15 points to 13 to take top spot on Australia‘s Sunshine Coast Rugby Union ladder a third of the way through the season.

“This wasn’t a goal for us but we’ll take that,” said University coach Steve Scotland to news media.

Noosa went ahead at ten minutes with a penalty goal. They conceded a try and the lead six minutes later. Uni would relinquish the lead for the remainder of the half.

The second half had seven minutes of added time due to injuries. Noosa opened the half’s scoring at twenty minutes, going ahead 13–12 with an unconverted try. University scored a penalty goal nine minutes later. 15–13 Uni.

A late Noosa surge was successfully repelled in the final twenty minutes with the referee signalling full time at six minutes to five local time (0654 UTC).



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September 1, 2013

Maroochydore win 2013 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union Grand Final

Maroochydore win 2013 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union Grand Final

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August 31, 2013
Maroochydore 15
Noosa 10
Sunshine Coast Stadium
Bokarina, Queensland
Australia
Attendance: 2000 approx.
Referee: Gavin Hawkins

Maroochydore have defeated Noosa 15 to 10 to win the 2013 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union premiership yesterday afternoon at the Sunshine Coast Stadium, Bokarina, Queensland. Noosa had won both the Reserve grade and Under 19s Grand Finals against Maleny, 36–11 and 22–5 respectively.

Maroochydore had finished on top of the ladder, six points clear of Noosa in second. The two sides would meet in the major semi final where Noosa ran out winners by 11 points. Maroochydore then defeated Caboolture in the Preliminary Final.

Noosa defeated Maleny 22–5 in the under 19s and 36–11 in Reserve grade. Reserve grade game seen here.
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The two A-grade sides enter the playing arena.
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Lasaro Manamoli kicksoff the 2013 Grand Final.
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Maroochydore opened the scoring in the 12th minute with a penalty goal.
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Maroochydore into touch.jpg Noosa defended their respective goal lines well.
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But they let in two tries.
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Despite some long range efforts by Noosa, Maroochydores defense was able to hold them out on enough occasions to win.
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Noosa’s fans cheer their team.
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Maroochydore are premiers for 2013.
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Maroochydore fans.JPG Their fans celebrate.
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Cup presentation.JPG Maroochydore captain Pat O’Hehir presents the prmiership cup to his team.
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Maroochydore will once again have their name engraved on the premiership trophy.
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From its beginnings in 1982 through 2006, Maroochydore and Noosa were the only two clubs to win the Sunshine Coast A-grade rugby union premiership. University were the team to break this run — winning in 2007, 2008, and 2009. Noosa would reclaim the premiership in 2010 before University and Caboolture won the next two respectively.



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