NQ v SQ Intrastate Rep Clash Returns

The fiercely contested North Queensland versus South Queensland representative clash returns in 2023, with the rivalry heading north.
North Queensland will be defending their titles on home soil this year, with both men’s and women’s games to be played in Cairns at Cazaly’s Stadium on Saturday June 24. 
The North Queensland side – comprising players from the Cairns, Capricornia, Mackay, Mount Isa and Townsville leagues – will take on the best players from the South East Queensland’s QFA, Darling Downs and Wide Bay.
This is the second time the women will have an opportunity to play in the intrastate rep game, after a highly successful inaugural match last year.
As the program eyes its eighth year for the men, players are chomping at the bit to represent their regions.
Queensland Competitions Manager Mitch Simpson said the prestigious clash was a key event in the Queensland football calendar, that players look forward to each year.
“The North Queensland versus South Queensland rep games are a fantastic way to showcase the up-and-coming talent that exists across regional and South East Queensland,” he said.
“It’s always exciting to see the new talent that emerges from the squads.
“Over the last couple of years, all squads have had a good mix of youth and experience, which we can expect to see again this year.
“There’s a really strong rivalry between the two sides, which has made the clash a very popular event among the players.
“It was a clean sweep for North Queensland across both the men’s and women’s games last year, so South Queensland will be wanting to square the ledger this year.”
Coaching announcements and further match details will be made over the coming months.
Coaching applications are currently open for all teams, and can be submitted via the below;
South QLD Coaching applications 
North QLD Coaching applications 

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