Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)

Bronco's Older Brother Putting His Hand Up

Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)

Bronco's Older Brother Putting His Hand Up

Article excerpt

NAMBOUR'S stirring win over defending premier Caloundra in the local rugby league's season-opener taught us a few things. One is that Mboya Adams is one to watch this year. The Sunshine Coast Falcon was not needed by the state league side so laced up for the Crushers and impressed. The Nambour hierarchy reckons it is probably only a matter of time before the older brother of Brisbane Bronco Ajuma Adams is called back into the fold at the Falcons. Just on the Crushers, Cory Forrest and Mitch Ward also looked good last weekend. Unfortunately for Nambour, Falcons fringe player David Oakes (holiday) is unavailable for its clash with the Outlaws today.

Union needs to combine

THE Sunshine Coast Rugby Union's SGQ Cup has produced some cracking games so far, despite there being only five teams, but online the competition is in disarray. Association officials rely on clubs to input the results, but it's not working. One game from a fortnight ago reads 0-0 and one from last weekend says nothing. …

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