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2024 Super Rugby Pacific Queensland Reds Squad, Fixtures, How to watch

Queensland Reds squad for the 2024 Super Rugby Pacific, schedule and how to watch. The Queensland Reds have revealed their Super Rugby Pacific team for 2024 which consists of 41 players.

Fourteen players with international experience including eleven Wallabies, the All Blacks duo of Alex Hodgman and Jeffrey Toomaga-Allen and the Fijian international Peni Ravai have been named in Les Kiss first playing squad in charge at Ballymore.

Joe Brial, Frankie Goldsbrough and Hodgman are the three players in the squad who haven’t made their Queensland debuts. The Reds also have ten players without Super Rugby caps.

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Nine members of the squad who average 24 years old and have played in 1224 Super Rugby games collectively have represented Queensland more than 50 times.

Queensland kick off their 2024 campaign with a blockbuster clash against the New South Wales Waratahs at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday 24 February.

2024 Super Rugby Pacific Queensland Reds Fixtures

Reds vs Waratahs
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
24 February 2024

Hurricanes vs Reds
AAMI Park, Melbourne
3 March 2024

Reds vs Chiefs
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
9 March 2024

Rebels vs Reds
Aami Park, Melbourne
15 March 2024

Western Force vs Reds
HBS Park, Perth
23 March 2024

Reds vs Act Brumbies
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Moana Pasifika vs Reds
12 April 2024

Reds vs Highlanders
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
19 April 2024

Reds vs Blues
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
27 April 2024

Crusaders vs Reds
Apollo Projects Stadium, Christchurch
4 May 2024

Reds vs Rebels
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
10 May 2024

Fijian Drua vs Reds
TBC, Fiji
18 May 2024

Reds vs Western Force
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
25 May 2024

Waratahs vs Reds
Allanz Stadium, Sydney
31 May 2024

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Queensland Reds 2024 Squad

Prop

  • George Blake – Bond University
  • Massimo de Lutiis – Easts
  • Sef Fa’agase – Sunnybank
  • Alex Hodgman – Sunnybank
  • Zane Nonggorr – Bond University
  • Peni Ravai – Easts
  • Jeffery Toomaga-Allen – Norths

Hooker

  • Richie Asiata – Easts
  • Max Craig – Easts
  • Matt Faessler – Brothers
  • Josh Nasser – University of Queensland

Lock

  • Angus Blyth – Bond University
  • Cormac Daly – TBC
  • Taine Roiri – Sunnybank
  • Ryan Smith – Brothers
  • Connor Vest – University of Queensland

Backrow

  • Connor Anderson – Wests
  • Joe Brial – TBC
  • John Bryant – Souths
  • Fraser McReight – Brothers
  • Harry Wilson – Brothers
  • Liam Wright – Easts
  • Seru Uru – Wests

Scrumhalf

  • Tate McDermott – University of Queensland
  • Kalani Thomas – University of Queensland
  • Louis Werchon – Wests

Flyhalf

  • Lawson Creighton – Brothers
  • Tom Lynagh – University of Queensland
  • Harry McLaughlin-Phillips – Souths
  • James O’Connor – Brothers

Centre

  • Taj Annan – Souths
  • Josh Flook – Brothers
  • Frankie Goldsbrough – Easts
  • Isaac Henry – Wests
  • Hunter Paisami – Wests

Outside Back

  • Floyd Aubrey – GPS
  • Jock Campbell – University of Queensland
  • Mac Grealy – University of Queensland
  • Jordan Petaia – Wests
  • Tim Ryan – Brothers
  • Suliasi Vunivalu – Wests

 

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