Watch NRC Live Sydney Stars vs Queensland Country Streaming 2015 Free Online Australia Rugby Championship Round 02.Sydney Stars vs Queensland Country match will be kick off at Leichhardt Oval, Sydney, Australia, Thursday 27 August 2015 online, Time 19:30 AEDT and its broadcast On Fox Sports.
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The franchise has shown faith in young gun Campbell Magnay, who at the age of 17 is being rewarded with his second straight start. The young gun will be wearing the no.13 jersey, in a centre pairing with the 23-Test Wallaby Anthony Fainga’a.
At 195cm and 98kgs, some believe Magnay’s best position is on the wing, however his ability to offload and his physical presence on the field is well suited to the centres. Country will make use of his strong line running and sound pass to create space and opportunity for the outside backs.
Reports have emerged that a number of NRL clubs are interested in the young footballer, however Magnay has revealed his intentions to stick with the 15-man code.
1.Jeremy Tilse,2. Tom Coolican,3. Paddy Ryan,4. Andrew Leota,5. Will Skelton,6. Tipiloma Kaveinga,7. Patrick McCutcheon (c),8. Sam Quinn,9. Jake Gordon,10. Stuart Dunbar,11. Matthew Kenny,12. Michael Hodge,13. Jim Stewart,14. James Dargaville,15. Jack Macklin.
Reserves:,16. James Willan,17. Tom Robertson,18. Laurie Weeks,19. Matthew Philip,20. Hugo Dessens,21. Jock Merriman,22. Jonathan Fakai,23. Jono Sullivan.
1. Fred Burke,2. Saia Faingaa,3. Greg Holmes (vc),4. Dan Gorman,5. Rubin Fuimaono,6. James Turner,7. Beau Robinson,8. Ben Adams,9. Sam Grasso,10. Matt Brandon,11. Todd Winkley,12. Anthony Faingaa (c),13. Campbell Magnay.14. Tom Pincus,15. Jamie-Jerry Taulagi.
Reserves: 16. Ryan Freney,17. Campbell Wakely,18. Haydn Hirsimaki,19. Sam Fattal,20. Jack de Guingand,21. James Tuttle,22. Sam Johnson,23. Giles Beveridge.