By Georgina Robinson Queensland flanker Angus Scott-Young, one third of the Reds’ dominant back row in Super Rugby this year, wasn’t wanted by Dave Rennie. But instead of sulking on the snub, Scott-Young used it as a catalyst for growth. He linked up with former Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson at Bay of Plenty in July after […]
The 2021 rugby season officially wrapped up over the weekend at the Queensland State Seven’s competition in Noosa. The elite men finished in 6th place while the women finished in 3rd place. A great finish to a successful season! Enjoy the well deserved rest and we look forward to seeing everyone in 2022.
After a great Brisvegas tournament with 5 Red Heavies teams participating, our Elite Women’s team has taken home the Cup in a thrilling come from behind 19-7 win over Sunnybank in the final! A special mention to the Red Hot Chilli Steppers who took out the Scott Gale Memorial Cup – Social Womens Champions. Headed […]
Congratulations to the Club’s newest Blues awarded on Friday 5th November 2021 by the University of Queensland. Australian Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic representatives are among 34 University of Queensland student-athletes recognised for their sporting achievements at the annual UQ Blues Awards Dinner. 13 Blues – regarded as UQ’s highest sporting honour – were awarded to students for […]
Join us at the UQ Rugby clubhouse on October 26 at 6pm to learn about our diverse and successful Colts program. Hear from our club and coaching staff about their plans for the 2022 season!
The Red Heavies are excited to announce that the Premiership Winning 1st Grade coaching team of Mick Heenan and Elton Berrange are back!! Both coaches have been confirmed for the 2022 QPR Season as the team looks to go back-to-back for the first time in over 30 years. With six 1st Grade Premierships under his […]
At this year’s Presentation Dinner, the Club introduced, for the first time, the 100 Club Game caps. Congratulations to 2021 recipients Pat Morrey, Conor Mitchell, Nick Dawes and Kenny Robertson!
By Jim Tucker Kye Oates has just won the biggest gong in Queensland club rugby as Alec Evans Medallist yet an unseen Thursday night ritual is as big a mark on 2021. Away from any fanfare, Oates and his University of Queensland teammates all wear Indigenous training jerseys. Every Thursday night. All season. It will be the […]