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Held at Wests Bulldogs’ newly renovated Scifleet Stadium, the home side outscored NSW five tries to two to secure their third win of the season. The win will see the Queensland U20s host their second straight home final, details are to be confirmed.
Queensland got off to a flying start to lead 24-5 inside the opening 30 minutes. St.George Queensland Reds loose forward Reece Hewart returned from injury to make his Queensland U20s debut, in his first game of Rugby since captaining the Australian Schoolboys in late 2015.
The Queensland U20s travel to Canberra next weekend to face the Brumbies Colts at Portsea Oval on Sunday, 26 March. Kick-off at 1:00PM AEST.
30 MAY 2017