Reds - a brief rugby history

Colours: Jersey: Red with no collar Shorts: Red Socks: Red
Home Ground: Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Chairman: Damien Frawley
CEO: Richard Barker

Website:          www.redsrugby.com.au

View/Download Games Results 1996 - 2015 (PDF)                UPDATED

View/Download Overall Statistical Results 1996 - 2015 (PDF)        UPDATED

The most appearances is by Greg Holmes (130)
The most points scored is by Quade Cooper (770)
The most tries scored is by Chris Latham (41)

The Reds were formed in 1996. They represent the Australian State of Queensland.

In 2017 they play 7 home games against the Sharks, Crusaders, Hurricanes, Kings, Waratahs, Western Force & Brumbies. They will play 8 away games against the Western Force, Lions, Jaguares, Brumbies, Chiefs, Rebels, Blues & Highlanders.

The head coach is Nick Stiles. The assistant coaches are Shane Arnold, Brad Thorn & Jason Gilmore.

Previous head coaches were: John Connolly, Eddie Jones, Mark McBain, Ewen McKenzie, Jeff Miller, Phil Mooney, Richard Graham & Andrew Slack.

In 21 years they have had 9 coaches & used 193 players.

The 2017 captain is James Slipper.
The squad is: Quade Cooper, Kane Douglas, Sef Fa'agase, Nick Frisby, Chris Feauai-Sautia, Michael Gunn, Reece Hewatt, Scott Higginbotham, Leroy Houston, Karmichael Hunt, Samu Kerevi, Adam Korczyk, Chris Kuridrani, Alex Mafi, Campbell Magnay, Lachlan Maranta, Jake McIntyre, Stephen Moore, Eto Nabuli, Cadeyrn Neville, Jayden Ngamanu, Duncan Paia'aua, Izaia Perese, Andrew Ready, Izack Rodda, Rob Simmons, George Smith, Moses Sorovi, Henry Taefu, Sam Talakai, Caleb Timu, Hendrik Tui, Lukhan Tui, Tanila Tupou, James Tuttle, Markus Vanzati.

They finished in 15th position at the end of the 2016 round-robin stages.

They have finished in the top 6 of the round-robin stages of the Super competition 9 times out of 21 years.

Their worst finish was last out of 14 in 2007.

In the playoffs they have featured in one final, winning in 2011.

Their average finishing position is 7.95.

They are 12th on the New Zealand TAB fixed odds to win the competition @ NZ$31.00.
On Centre Bet (Aus) they are picked at 12th @  A$26.00.