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North Queensland Marlins win inaugural Queensland Wheelchair Rugby League State Cup

The North Queensland Marlins have won the inaugural Queensland Wheelchair Rugby League State Cup after defeating the Central Queensland Wheelchair Rugby League Crows 82 – 48 in the competition Final.

Held at the Coomera Indoor Sports Centre on the Gold Coast, the inaugural State Championship featured three representative teams, the South East Queensland Water Dragons, the Central Queensland Crows and the North Queensland Marlins.

Each team played each other twice before the competition Final which was won by the Townsville based team.

RESULTS:
Group Stages:

SEQ Water Dragons 36 – 30 CQ Crows
SEQ Water Dragons 16 – 40 NQ Marlins
NQ Marlins 28 – 6 CQ Crows
CQ Crows 48 – 14 SEQ Water Dragons
NQ Marlins 42 – 30 SEQ Water Dragons
NQ Marlins 28 – 8 CQ Crows

Final:
NQ Marlins 82 – 48 CQ Crows

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