St.George Queensland Reds announce Round 8 team against Brumbies

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Following their 25-point win over the Rebels in Melbourne, the St.George Queensland Reds have made no changes to their starting XV for Saturday’s top-of-the-table clash against the Brumbies at Suncorp Stadium.

After a solid outing in his return to the starting side last week, Bryce Hegarty will again wear the number-15 jersey in what will be his 100th Super Rugby game. Born and bred in Brisbane, Hegarty made his Super Rugby debut for Melbourne in 2013 and went on to play 32 games for the Rebels. He played a further 30 matches for New South Wales between 2016-2018 before returning home to Queensland in 2019 ahead of Saturday night’s 38th appearance for the Reds.

In a further positive for the side, Liam Wright will make his eagerly awaited return from an ankle injury suffered in Queensland’s pre-season trial against the Waratahs back in February this year.

Wright’s comeback via the bench is the only change to the Reds’ reserves which sees the versatile Seru Uru switch to the number-19 jersey as a replacement lock option.

Reds head coach Brad Thorn said: “It’s always a tough contest against the Brumbies and we expect nothing different from them this weekend.

“We’re hoping for a big crowd on Saturday night. We love playing in front of our Queensland fans at home.

“It’s great to have Liam back in the side this week. He’s been working hard on his rehab with our physio and S&C team for the past two months to ensure he’s strong and fit to return. His leadership amongst the group has only grown and we’re looking forward to having him back out there.

“Saturday night will also see Bryce bring up his 100th Super Rugby game which is a great achievement in this game. Nearly 40 of those are for Queensland and to bring up this milestone in front of friends and family at Suncorp Stadium will be a special moment for him,” said Thorn.

The Reds will be aiming for their 10th straight win at Suncorp Stadium to keep their unbeaten Super Rugby AU home record in-tact – CLICK HERE for tickets.

Queensland play the Brumbies on Saturday night at 7:45pm AEST and will be broadcast live on 9Gem and simulcast live and ad-free on Stan Sport.

St.George Queensland Reds v Brumbies – Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane on 10 April at 7:45pm AEST

  1. Feao Fotuaika – Sunnybank
  2. Brandon Paenga-Amosa – Sunnybank
  3. Taniela Tupou – Brothers
  4. Ryan Smith – Brothers
  5. Lukhan Salakaia-Loto – Souths
  6. Angus Scott-Young – University of Queensland
  7. Fraser McReight – Brothers
  8. Harry Wilson – Brothers
  9. Tate McDermott – University of Queensland
  10. James O’Connor – Brothers ©
  11. Jock Campbell – University of Queensland
  12. Hamish Stewart – Brothers
  13. Hunter Paisami – Wests
  14. Jordan Petaia – Wests
  15. Bryce Hegarty – GPS


  1. Alex Mafi – Bond University
  2. Richie Asiata – Easts
  3. Zane Nonggorr – Bond University
  4. Seru Uru – Easts
  5. Liam Wright – Easts
  6. Kalani Thomas – University of Queensland
  7. Josh Flook – Brothers
  8. Filipo Daugunu – Wests

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