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All three of Melbourne Storm’s feeder sides will be in action up in Queensland this weekend.

Easts Tigers and the Sunshine Coast Falcons will both be looking to back up their wins in Round 2 with games at home.

The Victorian Under-20s Thunderbolts will also be in action in the Saturday curtain raiser ahead of the Easts Tigers game at Suzuki Stadium.

The Thunderbolts enjoyed a dominant win last week on Gosch’s Paddock, defeating the Tweed Heads Seagulls 36-16 to currently sit in second spot on the Hastings Deering Colts ladder.


Easts Tigers v Ipswich Jets
Saturday, March 24, 5pm (QLD time)
Suzuki Stadium, Langlands Park

1. Scott Drinkwater
2. Linc Port
3. Kea Pere
4. Conor Carey
5. Jarrod McInally
6. Joseph Bond
7. Brayden Torpy
8. Dave Tyrrell
9. Chris Ostwald
10. Patrick Kaufusi
11. Jake Foster (c)
12. Ash Little
13. Jarred Tuite

14. James Salter
15. Anton Iaria
16. Jack Anderson
17. Harley Aiono
18. Harry Pondekas

Coach: Scott Sipple


Sunshine Coast Falcons v PNG Hunters
Sunday, March 25, 3pm (QLD time)
Sunshine Coast Stadium

1. Ryan Papenhuyzen
2. Matt Soper-Lawler
3. Justin Olam
4. Jye Ballinger
5. Alex Copelin
6. Kurt Aldridge
7. Brentt Warr
18. Tui Kamikamica
9. Harry Grant
10. Lachlan Timm

11. Dane Hogan (c)
12. Christopher Lewis
13. Harrison Muller

14. Jacob Hind
15. Liam McDonald
16. Louis Geraghty
17. Lachlan Roe
19. Connor Donehue

Coach: Craig Ingebrigtsen


Victoria Thunderbolts v Easts Tigers
Saturday 24 March - 1:30pm (QLD Time)
Suzuki Stadium, Brisbane 

1. Sale Finau
2. Fua Schwalger 
3. Kelma Tuilagi 
4. Cordtz 
5. Junior Ratuva
6. Matt Stimson ©
7. Cooper Johns
8. Derek Maota
9. Trent Toelau 
10. Jordin Leiu
11. Kayleb Milne
12. Tino Fa'asuamaleaui
13. Nick Hay 

14. Troy Hanita-Paki
15. Nic Flocas
16. Ryan Wescombe
17. Zev John  
19. Seu Seuiavatele
20. Sulio Fifita   

Coach - Ben Jack 

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.