Beaudesert Kingfishers and Jimboomba Thunder rekindle friendly rivalry

KINGIES: Dusty Cramp, aged 6, played for the Beauy U7s, while Steel Cramp, 8 and Dustin Barnard played for the U9s at the fundraising event. Photo: Larraine Sathicq.
KINGIES: Dusty Cramp, aged 6, played for the Beauy U7s, while Steel Cramp, 8 and Dustin Barnard played for the U9s at the fundraising event. Photo: Larraine Sathicq.

The Queensland Country Credit Union Cup is back in the hands of the Beaudesert Kingfishers after the club's teams dominated their rivals from down the road on Saturday.

The Kingfishers were victorious in 13 of the 16 matches to claim a landslide triumph and reclaim the trophy from the Jimboomba Thunder. 

Thrilled president Matt Haack said it was an absolutely brilliant effort from all players and the result indicated the club was ready for another hugely successful season.

Haack was particularly pleased with the promising performance delivered by the open women who thrashed Springwood 42-0 and are looking like they will be one of the competition's heavyweights.

He was equally impressed with the open men, who overcame the Logan Wanderers 26-14 in what was an extremely physical affair with both teams displaying brutal defence throughout.

Beaudesert is hosting junior games at Willis Park on Saturday from 9am.

PREPARED: Sam Barton warms up before his game.

PREPARED: Sam Barton warms up before his game.