By Colleen Edwards (QRL content producer)
The Hastings Deering Colts competition is approaching the pointy end of the season with teams looking to secure places in this year’s finals series.
There have been many strong performances throughout the season so far, with plenty of exciting tries scored.
With Round 14 about to kick off today, Wynnum Manly Seagulls, Townsville Blackhawks and Redcliffe Dolphins share the top spot on the ladder, with two Blackhawks players leading the top try scoring and top point scoring tally.
Jacob Mene – who recently played with the Queensland Under 19 representative side – will take some catching, having crossed for 19 tries so far. Townsville team-mate Dylan White is out of top of the points tally with 128 points.
Below are the leading points and try scorers in the competition following the completion of Round 13.
Hastings Deering Colts 2022 season statistics
Leading point scorers
|Dylan White||Townsville Blackhawks||5||54||128|
|Jonah Glover||Brisbane Tigers||5||51||122|
|Brayden Paix||Souths Logan Magpies||4||46||108|
|Cody Hunter||Redcliffe Dolphins||8||35||102|
|Jack Bowyer||Wynnum Manly Seagulls||5||39||98|
|Brenton Baira||Mackay Cutters||10||25||90|
|Jacob Mene||Townsville Blackhawks||19||76|
|Jai Smoothy||Sunshine Coast Falcons||2||34||76|
|Jye Marriott||Central Queensland Capras||2||33||74|
|Thomas Weaver||Tweed Seagulls||–||35 + 1 field goal||75|
Leading try scorers
|Jacob Mene||Townsville Blackhawks||19|
|Ariki Wallace||Brisbane Tigers||13|
|Lachlan West||Brisbane Tigers||13|
|Jaylan De Groot||Tweed Seagulls||12|
|Mason Peut||Sunshine Coast Falcons||11|
|Brenton Baira||Mackay Cutters||10|
|Brent Barnes||Tweed Seagulls||10|
|Luke Philp||Wynnum Manly Seagulls||10|
|William Dobson||Redcliffe Dolphins||9|
|Kalani Skipps||Burleigh Bears||9|
|Cruise Ten||Souths Logan Magpies||9|
Today, the Ipswich Jets and Brisbane Tigers will kickstart Round 14 in the only game of the weekend.
You can watch all Hastings Deering Colts games via QPlus.tv.
*Season statistics courtesy of QRL scores co-ordinator Ken Cooper