Beaudesert Kingfishers club report

The Beaudesert Kingfishers Australian Modular Homes Reserve Gold side hosted Bilambil on Saturday afternoon winning 34 - 14 to maintain their position on top of the ladder. 

Bilambil opened the scoring early with two penalty goals leaving the Kingies trailing 4 - nil to a determined Bilambil side. 

Beaudesert stepped up their attack through the middle and Brandon Hardke soon evened the scoreline with a try near the posts.

A successful conversion from Nick Harkin now had the Kingies in the lead 6 - 4.

Beaudesert kept the attack strong and a chip kick across field from Jeremy Papworth helped Dylan Hughes leap over the pack to score.

Nick Harkin converted to extend the lead to 12 - 4.

Brandon Lucas scored Beaudesert's third try taking the boys to half time in front 16 - 4.

The second half started with Josh Lucas crossing over first and Nick Harkin converted (22 - 4).

Beaudesert allowed Bilambil back into the game however with errors and penalties which helped the visitors to score two quick tries bringing the score to 22 - 14.

Bilambil were strong in attack with only a converted try the difference however Beaudesert regained momentum and Daniel Johns busted through to score in front the home crowd.

Another conversion by Nick Harkin extended the scoreline to 28-14.

The Kingies were not finished there, a bit of Jayde Williams magic lead to him him scoring just before full time.

Nick Harkin converted the last try taking the Kingies to 34 - 14 win. 

The Kingies take on Burleigh at home next Saturday in their second last home game for the year. 

Under 15s

The Kingfishers Gelita’s under 15s side went up against Nerang Friday night in a tight matched game with Nerang having five players from the division 1 team to field a full division 2 team.

Nerang scored the first try, missing the conversion, bringing the hunger to get points up Lochie Green got over the line.

Followed by Jack Wallace with two tries and Jason Smith converting both tries leaving the half-time score Beaudesert 16 to Nerang 10.

Back from half-time Nerang was quick to score, bringing score 16-all. Jack Wallace again to get over the line and Jason converting to have the Kingfishers up 22-16.

Beau Best made a line break running full steam to make 50m, Cooper Garnett then getting over the line, Jason converting putting us up another six points.

Nerang were quick to get some points back chasing their grubber ball to score just before full time, making the conversion to finish the nail biter game with a win for Beaudesert 28-22.

Under 16s

Beaudesert Gelita under 16s went down 22 points to four to a very tenacious Mudgeeraba at home on Friday night.

In the first half Mudgeeraba crossed for two tries to lead by 12 points to nil before Beaudesert hit back with a try to Charlie Boyd just before half-time, making it 12 to 4 at the break.

The second half the Kingfishers tried in vain to rally with solid defence and hard running in attack but Mudgeeraba ran in two late tries to seal the victory.

Special mention and a big thank you to Jason, Charlie, Cooper, Josh and Tom from the 15s who backed up for us.

Under 7s

Today the Dylete under 7 Blue team took on an under strength Parkwood side.

After two weeks off and no training the team came together well and started the game with some very strong defence.

Well done to Jayce, Josh and Liam for their Man of the Match efforts.

A big thanks also to Matt Gee and the under 7 Black team for their tunnel at the start of our game - the Blue team loved it.

Under 9s Black

Today the Haack Logistics under 9s black team hosted the Parkwood Sharks.

It was a very even match for the whole game with both sides going try for try.

Unfortunately for Beaudesert Parkwood got the last try to get the win.

The coaches’ awards today went to Tony for running on to the ball hard and getting us moving forward and to Antwan for his great hands and reliable hard defensive work.

Under 11s

Beaudesert Security under 11s hosted a depleted Parkwood team who only had nine players, and rather than playing short Beaudesert showed great sportsmanship and offered four players to Parkwood.

An entertaining game with Beaudesert outscoring Parkwood 10 tries to none.

Beau Fraser, Jase Browne, Lachlin Ferguson and Alex Gillespie all played for Parkwood and they all tested their teammates showing no mercy in attack and defence.

Second row Reuben Tyson, Hooker Luke Bostock and Fullback Drew Pardoe were instrumental in the victory.

Each making valuable meters with Prop Flynn Harris-Dean laying the platform with his direct play.

Halfback Aidan McGuire fed off the momentum instructing his forwards and executing some great set plays.

Beaudesert were great in defence, led by Darcy Riddle, Jacob Evile and Vincent Coper. Parkwood struggled to break the line.

A special mention to Tom Colburn who played Lock for the first time.

Tom enjoyed the heavy traffic his way and was great in the middle.

Another good result for Beaudesert Kingfishers.

Scenic Rim Electrical Man of the Match went to Aidan McGuire

McDonald’s Coaches Awards went to Drew Pardoe and Reuben Tyson

Under 12 Division 2

The Gelita under 12 division 2 side were pumped to take on Parkwood today as they are close on the ladder.

Beaudesert quickly took the lead with Ryan Rudd finding a gap to score under the posts and Heath 'Dizzy' Spalding converting.

Strong runs and some red hot defence saw a 10-nil lead at half-time.

Parkwood came out strong meaning Kingies had to lift in defence, and that they did, defending their line ruthlessly and only allowing one try in.

Final score: Beaudesert 16 - 6.

Coach Brenden Frazer praised the boys stating this was one of their best defensive games of the season against an extremely physical side with all boys backing each other right to the end.

Try scorers: Ryan, Chad (2).

Goals: Dizzy, Jack.

Man of the Match: Zac Frazer

Thanks to Beau Frazer for stepping up to help us out .

Under 13 Division 2

The Willis Cleaning under 13s played against a third placed Helensvale at Home.

With a few boys still away on holidays the team had to pull together to keep Helensvale under wraps.

Gus and Jay were busy leading the team around the park with strong support from Liam G, Trav and Hunter.

Half-time was 14-14 so with both teams having a well-deserved rest it was time to kick it up a gear to get the job done.

Final score Kingies 26 Helensvale 20

 Tries: Trav, Hunter, Saxon, Gus (2).

Goals: Trav, Kane (2).

Under 14 Division 3

Today the Learoyd Digger under 14s hosted the top of the table Mudgeeraba side .

This week the team tinkered with their defensive setup.

But after a steady first half we trailed 10-8 with the Kingies starting to get on top.

The other side start to tire in the second half and Beaudesert took advantage with some good go forward, their speed men punching holes in the opposition defence.

A good team effort all round, on a sad note the team wishes Ethan a speedy recovery after a confirmed broken collarbone.

Get well soon captain courageous. But well done to the whole team the hard work will pay in the end.

44-16 win.

The Rabar under 9s hosted Parkwood Blue on Saturday. After a two week break the team did not take long to get their defence back on track.

Parkwood's attack was strong all game throwing everything at Beaudesert but a committed team effort from the Kingies kept them to a single try.

Beaudesert's attack was strong in the middle which let the ball players spread the ball wide and the speed from the edge players proved too quick for Parkwood's defence.

Man of the match awards went to Isaia Evile and Ryder Tyson for their tireless efforts in defence.

Try scorers were Clancy Hardy (4), Isaia Evile and Riley Wells (3), Ryder Tyson (2) Spencer Kummerow and Shannon O'Leary one each. 

Kingy Kids

The Kingy Kids put on a fun show to watch yesterday with Kye deciding to copy what he sees his older brothers do and attempt the goose step, laughing and fending off anyone running at him with a palm to the face and having three a side kept the boys happy to be touching the ball and making tries.

Big thanks to Matt and Reece for steering the boys and their help while coach Nick is away.

Head down to the bottom corner of main field next week to watch a game that will have you cheering and laughing at the cutest little footy stars.