Match Previews: July 30 (Women in League Round)

The Suzuki Brisbane Tigers will host the PNG Hunters for their Hostplus Cup clash this Sunday at Totally Workwear Stadium, Langlands Park for Women in League Round.

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There is more to do to create equal opportunity across the game and keep building pathways for women, on and off the field.

From grassroots fields, to corporate boardrooms, it is up to all of us to keep playing our part for progress, because there is more to play for.

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Hostplus Cup

Round 19 (Women in League Round): Suzuki Brisbane Tigers v PNG Hunters
Match Kick off: 
Sunday, 30th July 2023
Totally Workwear Stadium, Langlands Park

The competition moves into the final four weeks of the season, as teams push to find their place in this year’s top eight.

There are plenty of contenders for this year’s final series, with teams from one to twelve on the ladder still in the running for the 2023 premiership.

The fifth-placed Suzuki Brisbane Tigers host eleventh-placed PNG Hunters at home, having won three of our last four games.

Our Tigers have three wins and a draw from their last four clashes against PNG at Totally Workwear Stadium, Langlands Park.

Read more on the QRL website.

A preview from Suzuki Brisbane Tigers’ Hostplus Cup coach Matt Church:

“Tweed Seagulls got the jump on us in Kilcoy last round for Country Week.

We probably did not prepare as well as we would have liked, but we should have been better than that and we should have been able to match their intensity.

Unfortunately, we did not and they got away with a good win. 

You are always in for a tough battle against the PNG Hunters.

They are very physical and, having coached them for the last three years, I know what they are good at and what they are not good at, so we certainly have to match their intensity and physicality.

But there are aspects of their game that they are yet to learn or still can be exposed in and around how they play their football, so we would like to target those areas. 

Rugby League is a celebration of the PNG culture, they love to play the sport.

Fans would come up and talk to me after the game and say that they had driven for hours to get to the game and so they certainly show their passion and show their intent.

They will turn up on the weekend.”

– Matt Church

Team listclick here.

This match will be available to watch live on (via subscription).

Brisbane Suzuki Tigers Home Games

Brisbane Suzuki Tigers home games are held at our redeveloped Totally Workwear Stadium, Langlands Park.

Tickets at the gate: Adults $10 | Concession $5 | Children under 15-years-old are free.

Getting to the game: It is recommended to catch public transport or get dropped off to avoid missing out on a carpark.

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