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All three of Melbourne Storm’s feeder teams kick off their seasons this Saturday.

The Victorian Thunderbolts will launch into a new and exciting era when they host the Western Mustangs at Casey Fields at 5.45pm.

Eight Storm players will also be in Intrust Super Cup action.

After falling just short in last year’s Grand Final the Falcons will begin their quest to go one better when they play the Burleigh Bears on the Sunshine Coast.

Easts Tigers will open their season away to the CQ Capras.

Intrust Super Cup 

Sunshine Coast Falcons v Burleigh Bears
Saturday, March 10, 1.10pm
Sunshine Coast Stadium

1. Ryan Papenhuyzen
2. Matthew Soper-Lawler
3. Justin Olam
4. Jye Ballinger
5. Alexander Copelin
6. Kurt Aldridge
7. Brentt Warr  
9. Harry Grant

10. Jacob Hind
11. Dane Hogan
12. Christopher Lewis
13. Harrison Muller

14. Louis Geraghty
15. Lachlan Timm

16. Liam McDonald
17. Lachlan Roe
19. Caleb Daunt
20. Nicholas Timm

Coach: Craig Ingebrigtsen


CQ Capras v Easts Tigers
Saturday, March 10, 7pm
Browne Park

1. Joseph Bond
2. Linc Port
3. Conor Carey
4. Shane Neumann
5. Jarrod McInally
6. Scott Drinkwater
7. Joshua Ralph
8. David Tyrrell
9. Brandon Smith
10. Patrick Kaufusi

11. Jake Foster (c)
12. Brett Greinke
13. Jack Svendsen
14. Jarred Tuite
15. Ashley Little
16. Anton Iaria
17. Harley Aiono
18. James Salter
19. Jack Anderson
20. Christopher Ostwald

Coach: Scott Sipple


Queensland Under-20s competition

Victoria Thunderbolts v Western Mustangs (Toowoomba) 
Saturday 10th March, 5.45pm
Casey Fields, Cranbourne

1. Pio Nakubuwai 
2. Fua Schwalger 
3. Sale Finau
4. Jacob Cordtz 
5. Junior Ratuva
6. Troy Hanita-Paki
7. Cooper Johns
8. Tino Fa'asuamaleaui
9. Trent Toelau 
10. Jordin Leiu
11. Kayleb Milne
12. Matt Stimson © 
13. Kelma Tuilagi 
14. Vinnie Tikeri
15. Derek Maota
16. Nick Hay
17. Jared Faale
20. Nic Flocas 

Acknowledgement of Country

Melbourne Storm respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.