Hear from Bond University Queensland Country players and head coach Rod Seib, following the teams final round loss to the Fijian Drua.
There was some serious late drama as Fijian Drua came out on top to defeat QLD Country 26-24.
QLD Country come from behind to defeat NSW Country Eagles 21-14 at Bond Uni on the Gold Coast.
Queensland Country take home victory in the derby, defeating Brisbane City 42-26 at Marley Brown Oval.
Melbourne Rising defeat Queensland Country 49-7 at Mars Stadium in Ballarat.
Catch all the action as Sydney beat Queensland Country 47-26 at Woollahra Oval in Round 3 of NRC 2019.
Hear from Bond University Queensland Country captain Angus Scott-Young following Country's win over the Canberra Vikings at Bond University Rugby Club in ...
An entertaining clash saw Queensland Country beat the Canberra Vikings 36-23 at Bond University Rugby Field.
Queensland Country is an Australian rugby union football team that competes in the National Rugby Championship . The team is one of two Queensland sides in the competition, the other being Brisbane City.
The Queensland Country Heelers is an amateur rugby union football team that represents the regions of Queensland outside of Brisbane. The team is selected by the Queensland Country Rugby Union following the annual Queensland Country Championships, and plays other representative teams from around Australia.
The Queensland Country Championships, also known as the Graincorp Country Championship, is a rugby union competition for teams from regions of Queensland outside of Brisbane. The Queensland Country Rugby Union administers the competitions at Senior and Colts (under 19) levels.
Queensland Country Life was a monthly newspaper published in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Queensland Country Life is a newspaper published in Queensland, Australia, since 1935. It focuses on rural news.
The Queensland Country Life Building facade is a heritage-listed facade of a former warehouse at 424-426 Queen Street, Brisbane City, City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It was designed by Richard Gailey and built from 1888 to 1889 by George Gazzard.
Queensland Country Women's Association Girls' Hostel is a heritage-listed detached house at 5 Brisbane Street, Ipswich, City of Ipswich, Queensland, Australia. It was built from c. 1885 to c. 1911.
The Queensland Country Women's Association is the Queensland chapter of the Country Women's Association in Australia. The association seeks to serve the interests of women and children in rural areas in Australia through a network of local branches.
The Queensland Country Rugby Union, or QCRU, is the governing body for the sport of rugby union within most of the state of Queensland in Australia. It is affiliated with the Queensland Rugby Union.
The National Party of Australia – Queensland, commonly known as The Nationals Queensland, was the Queensland state branch of the National Party of Australia until 2008. Prior to 1974, it was known as the Country Party.
The Queensland Country's Rugby team activities page. Related with social media posts of Queensland Country's games and scheduled events. Match records planned for future dates as well as home and away matches. Plan a trip and experience the excitement of the match on the spot!