Jets Hone in on Finals Berth; Defending Premiers Streak to Third Straight Victory

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Jets Hone in on Finals Berth; Defending Premiers Streak to Third Straight Victory


BEN

WILMOTT

ben.wilmott@qt.com.au

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Intrust Super Cup: Ipswich Jets 34 (Nemani Valekapa, Billy McConnachie, Michael Purcell 2, Nat Neale tries; Wes Conlon 7 goals) def CQ Capras 20 (Reece Baker, Brandon Manase, Justin Tavae, Adam Henry tries; Matt Minto 2 goals) at North Ipswich Reserve.

BRL: Ipswich Jets 24 (Mitch Koina 2, Peter Whittaker, Tu'u Maori, Finecallum Faingaa tries; Ono So'Oialo 2 goals) def West Brisbane Panthers 22 (Michael Rasmussen, Ollie Olds, Kristian Wanka, Ben Mathao tries; Hayden Potter 3 goals) at North Ipswich Reserve.

Colts: Burleigh Bears 34 (Sonny Pettybourne, Brett Stratton, Joseph Tangeria, Dylan Pelo, Denzal Ngati, Sam Clark, Thomas Sly tries; Tye Barry 3 goals) def Ipswich Jets 30 (Shannon Hicks 2, Josh Robinson, Aiden Taua 2 tries; Adrian Elder 5 goals) at Pizzey Park.

THE Ipswich Jets have launched themselves back into finals contention with a spirited 34-20 win over the Central Queensland Capras.

Just six weeks ago the Ipswich Jets were lost in the wilderness of the Intrust Super Cup ladder, with only three victories from 12 rounds of football.

Now the defending premiers are back on track and chasing a top six finish after recording a third straight victory for the first time this season.

Jets captain Dane Phillips admitted spirits were high after another strong performance at North Ipswich Reserve.

"It wasn't clinical but we're winning so that's the main thing," Phillips said.

"Confidence is a big thing and we are starting to get it back. As soon as you are confident you can start making those extra plays pay off."

Appropriately it was the Jets Indigenous trio who inspired the important win in front of a bumper crowd celebrating the club's Aboriginal Appreciation round. …

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