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2009 Queensland Reds season

Squad for 2009

Current squad

The squad for the 2009 season:[1]

Props

Hookers

Locks

 

Loose forwards

Half Backs

Fly Halves

 

Centres

Wings

Full Backs

Player Changes

In

Player Previous Team League
Anthony Faingaa Australia Brumbies Super 14
Saia Faingaa Australia Brumbies Super 14
Daniel Braid New Zealand Blues Super 14
Ezra Taylor New Zealand Highlanders Super 14
Mark McLinden England Harlequins RL European Super League (Rugby league)
Rodney Davies Australia Brisbane Broncos National Rugby League (Rugby league)

Out

Player New Team League
Stephen Moore Australia Brumbies Super 14
Rodney Blake France RC Narbonne Rugby Pro D2
Sam Cordingley France FC Grenoble Rugby Pro D2
Clinton Schifcofske Republic of Ireland Ulster Magners League
Chris Latham England Worcester Warriors Guinness Premiership
David Croft Retired N/A
John Roe Retired N/A

Table

2009 Super 14 Table

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Pos Name Pld W D L F A +/− BP Pts
1 South Africa Bulls 13 10 0 3 338 271 +67 6 46
2 New Zealand Chiefs 13 9 0 4 338 236 +102 9 45
3 New Zealand Hurricanes 13 9 0 4 380 279 +101 8 44
4 New Zealand Crusaders 13 8 1 4 231 198 +33 7 41
5 Australia Waratahs 13 9 0 4 241 212 +29 5 41
6 South Africa Sharks 13 8 0 5 282 239 +43 6 38
7 Australia Brumbies 13 8 0 5 311 305 +6 6 38
8 Australia Western Force 13 6 1 6 328 275 +45 10 36
9 New Zealand Blues 13 5 0 8 339 369 −30 12 32
10 South Africa Stormers 13 5 0 8 235 249 −14 7 27
11 New Zealand Highlanders 13 4 0 9 254 269 −15 10 26
12 South Africa Lions 13 4 0 9 294 419 −125 9 25
13 Australia Reds 13 3 0 10 258 380 −122 7 19
14 South Africa Cheetahs 13 2 0 11 213 341 −128 4 12
Updated 17 May 2009

Fixtures

Week 1

19:10 2009-02-14
Bulls South Africa 33–20 Australia Reds
Tries: Fourie du Preez, Wynand Olivier, Burton Francis, Pierre Spies
Con: Morné Steyn (2)
Pen: Morné Steyn (3)
Tries: Digby Ioane, Peter Hynes
Con: Berrick Barnes (1), Quade Cooper (1)
Pen: Ben Lucas (1)
DG: Berrick Barnes (1)
Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria
Attendance: ?????????
Referee: South Africa Marius Jonker

Week 2

19:10 2009-02-20
Stormers South Africa 27 – 24 Australia Reds
Tries: Andries Bekker, Tonderai Chavanga, Sireli Naqelevuki
Con: Peter Grant (3)
Pen: Peter Grant (2)
Tries: Quade Cooper, Anthony Faingaa, Scott Higginbotham, Van Humphries
Con: Ben Lucas (2)
Pen:
Newlands Stadium, Cape Town
Attendance: 33022
Referee: New Zealand Chris Pollock

Week 3

  • No D/L Savings in Brisbane
16:00 2009-03-01
Reds Australia 22 – 3 South Africa Cheetahs
Tries: Mark McLinden, Digby Ioane, Peter Hynes
Con: Ben Lucas (1), Berrick Barnes (1)
Pen: Ben Lucas (1)
Tries:
Con:
Pen: Jacques Louis Potgieter (1)
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Attendance: 16,295[2]
Referee: Australia Ian Smith

Week 4

19:40 2009-03-06
Waratahs Australia 15 – 11 Australia Reds
Tries: Benn Robinson, Timana Tahu
Con:Kurtley Beale (1)
Pen: Kurtley Beale (1)
Tries:Peter Hynes
Con:
Pen:Ben Lucas (2)
Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney
Attendance: 28,109
Referee: New Zealand Bryce Lawrence

Week 5

  • No D/L Savings in Brisbane
19:05 2009-03-14
Reds Australia 25 – 13 South Africa Sharks
Tries: Adam Byrnes, Will Genia, Digby Ioane
Con: Berrick Barnes (2)
Pen: Ben Lucas (1), Berrick Barnes (1)
Tries: Ryan Kankowski
Con: Rory Kockott (1)
Pen: Rory Kockott (2)
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Attendance: 20,582
Referee: Australia James Leckie

Week 6

Bye
Australia Reds South Africa Stormers

Week 7

  • No D/L Savings in Brisbane, Sunday 29 March D/L Savings ends in Perth.
19:05 2009-03-28
Reds Australia New Zealand Chiefs
Tries:
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Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Week 8

  • Sunday, 5 April D/L Savings Ends in Australia and New Zealand.
19:05 2009-04-03
Western Force Australia Australia Reds
Tries:
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Pen:

Week 9

  • Easter Weekend
17:30 2009-04-11
Highlanders New Zealand Australia Reds
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Week 10

17:35 2009-04-18
Reds Australia South Africa Lions
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Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Week 11

17:30 2009-04-25
Blues New Zealand Australia Reds
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Week 12

2 May 2009
19:40
Reds Australia 13 – 52 Australia Brumbies
Tries: Will Genia (2)
Pen: Quade Cooper
Tries: Gene Fairbanks, Stephen Hoiles (2), Peter Kimlin, Ben Alexander, Adam Ashley-Cooper, Francis Fainifo
Con: Stirling Mortlock (7)
Pen: Stirling Mortlock
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Attendance: 19,346[3]
Referee: Ian Smith (Australia)

Week 13

19:35 2009-05-08
Crusaders New Zealand 32 – 12 Australia Reds
Tries: Thomas Waldrom, Owen Franks, Tim Bateman, Jason Macdonald, Sean Maitland
Con:Leon MacDonald (2)<
Pen:Leon MacDonald
Tries:Ben Tapuai, Greg Holmes
Con:Quade Cooper br />Cards: Quade Cooper 33' to 43'
AMI Stadium, Christchurch
Referee: Chris Pollock (New Zealand)

Week 14

19:40 2009-05-16
Reds Australia New Zealand Hurricanes
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Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Statistics

Leading Try Scorers

Top 5

Top 10 try scorers
Pos Name Tries Pld
=1 Digby Ioane 2 3
=1 Peter Hynes 2 3
=3 Scott Higginbotham 1 3
=3 Van Humphries 1 3
=3 Quade Cooper 1 3

Leading Points Scorers

Top 5

References

External links

  • Official site of the Queensland Reds
  • Official site of the QRU
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