Reigning premiers prepare for title defence attempt in Sunshine Coast rugby league competition.
Reigning Queensland Cup halfback of the year poised for another big season.
The Buddina teenager was runner-up in the corresponding event last year and is expected to be a contender again this time.
The talented 20-year-old has shown promise on the elite circuit, with an impressive fifth placing at Burleigh Heads among his results.
The 21-year-old reached the quarter finals of the mid-range Qualifying Series event before being eliminated by Japan’s Minami Nonaka 11.33 to 10.43.
Wind the clock back 12 months, playing for the Sunshine Coast Falcons wasn’t really on the cards for Nat McGavin.
The Roos, who welcomed a favourable draw for next year’s women’s state league on Friday, have been hard at work in recent weeks.
The duo have shown promise during the first three rounds of the short format series in the Queensland Premier Grade, with partnerships of 102, 33 and 10.
He claimed victory in the boys under-16 section after a nailbiting four-surfer final.