Noosa defeat Caloundra in Sunshine Coast Rugby Union round seventeen

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Sunday, July 21, 2013

July 20, 2013
Noosa 41
Caloundra 21
Lighthouse Park
Caloundra, Queensland

Dolphin Oval, Sunshine Beach, Queensland — Noosa defeated Caloundra by 20 points in their A-Grade rugby union match on Australia’s Sunshine Coast. Elsewhere in the competition, Nambour hosted Fraser Coast and Caboolture hosted University. Play commenced at 3:15pm with the hosts running to the northern end.

Noosa home game v Caloundra.JPG Noosa played a home game against Caloundra
Image: Patrick Gillett.

Caloundra try at Noosa.JPG Caloundra opened the scoring with a try.
“Our first 20 minutes was near perfect,” said Caloundra coach Brad Tronc.
Image: Patrick Gillett.

Caloundra kicked three penalty goals thereafter to take the score to 14-0 in their favour.
Video: Patrick Gillett.

Referee talks to touch judge.JPG The touch judge on the western side of the field gave information to the referee that had a player from both teams sent off
Image: Patrick Gillett.
Caloundra replacement.JPG Caloundra had to bring on a replacement front row forward to account for a sending off
Image: Patrick Gillett.
Noosa Try vs Caloundra.JPG Noosa scored two tries in the opening half to go into half time with the score 14 points each.
Image: Patrick Gillett.

Video: Patrick Gillett.

Noosa Crowd.JPG The crowd at the match witnessed Noosa score 27 points after half time.
“Noosa is a quality side that you have to compete with for 80 minutes,” Tronc noted.
Image: Patrick Gillett.
Caloundra player injured.JPG Caloundra captain Dan McKenzie vomited blood.
Image: Patrick Gillett.


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