The Construction Sciences Queensland Maroons have won the Wheelchair Rugby League State Challenge for the third year in a row with a 42-26 win over the NSW Blues on the weekend.
The Blues were the first to score, however Queensland dominated the first half and led 24-4 at the break. NSW regrouped at half time and gained possession early to score two tries to narrow the gap. However, Queensland scored more tries in the second half to extend their lead. Read more about all the game action on the NRL.com website here.
To experience all the fast-paced game action of chase downs, tries and collisions and a tyre blow out, watch the stream on NRL.com.
Congratulations to the Queensland Maroons team, coaches and staff for another great win, and thanks to the NSW Blues for another competitive game full of spirited rivalry. Construction Sciences’ Alexander Hodge and Judd Kirkland (pictured with Maroons team members) were in attendance to cheer on the Maroons.
Construction Sciences is proud to be a key team supporter of the Maroons in 2023, by helping the Wheelchair Rugby League inspire more participation in the sport and raise awareness of community issues associated with living with a disability.
Construction Sciences is the naming rights sponsor for the 2023 Queensland Maroons Squad in partnership with the Queensland Wheelchair Rugby League (QWRL).