Queensland Reds Super Rugby Pacific 2023 Fixtures, Squad and Live streams All Reds Super Rugby games in 2023 are streamed in Australia via Stan Sport, while one Saturday night game a week is broadcast on free to air on Channel 9.
The Queensland Reds is the rugby union team for the Australian state of Queensland that competes in the Southern Hemisphere’s Super Rugby competition. Prior to 1996, they were a representative team selected from the rugby union club competitions in Queensland.
The new competition is a 12-team tournament, with Moana Pasifika and Fijian Drua added in place of South Africa and Argentina teams from the old Super Rugby format.
The teams will play 14 regular season matches made up of 11 round-robin matches and three derby/rivalry matches across 15 rounds, with each team afforded one bye.
Queensland’s roster remains largely unchanged from last year’s campaign, with just three players from outside the 2022 program – Luke Jones, Connor Anderson and Phransis Sula-Siaosi – added to the 37-man squad.
Queensland Reds 2023 Squad (in alphabetical order)
Connor Anderson – Wests – Brisbane State High School – Everton Park Roosters
Richie Asiata – Easts – Anglican Church Grammar School
Floyd Aubrey – GPS – Marist College Ashgrove
George Blake – Bond University – The Southport School – Fasi Maufanga Eels, Tonga
Angus Blyth – Bond University – The Southport School – Casuarina Beach Rugby Club
Wilson Blyth – Bond University – The Southport School – Casuarina Beach Rugby Club
Jock Campbell – University of Queensland – The Southport School – Inverell Highlanders
Lawson Creighton – Brothers – Padua College
Filipo Daugunu – Wests – Dogotuki District School, Fjii
Sef Fa’agase – Sunnybank – Shailer Park State High School – Beaudesert Warriors
Matt Faessler – Brothers – Toowoomba Grammar School – USQ Saints
Lopeti Faifua – Wests – Saint Kentigern College, Auckland
Josh Flook – Brothers – St Joseph’s Nudgee College – Brothers
Mac Grealy – University of Queensland – Downlands College – Souths Toowoomba
Isaac Henry – Wests – Brisbane Boys College – Kenmore Bears
Harry Hoopert – Brothers – Toowoomba Grammar School – Dalby Wheatmen
Spencer Jeans – Bond University – The Southport School – Gold Coast Eagles
Luke Jones – Wests – St Pius X College – St Ives Rugby Club
Tom Lynagh – University of Queensland – Epsom College – Richmond Rugby Club
Tate McDermott – University of Queensland – Sunshine Coast Grammar School – Flinders Rugby Club
Fraser McReight – Brothers – Brisbane Grammar School – Albany Creek Brumbies
Josh Nasser – University of Queensland – St Joseph’s Gregory Terrace – Easts
Zane Nonggorr – Bond University – The Southport School – Gold Coast Eagles
James O’Connor – Brothers – St Joseph’s Nudgee College – Brothers