Qantas Wallabies win over South Africa 23-17

The Qantas Wallabies have emerged victorious in a tough game against South Africa at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane , winning 23-17.

Coleman scoring for Australia

Coleman scoring for Australia

South Africa took an early lead scoring twice in the opening twenty minutes, Adam Coleman got one back in the twenty sixth minute.

In the second half Australia had a try as a no try from the TMO from Samu Kerevi

The Qantas Wallabies have emerged victorious in a tough game against South Africa at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane , winning 23-17 winners trophy

The last fifteen minutes was frantic end to end attacking rugby with Austrlia prevailing to win 23-17
3 mins: Warren Whiteley try, Elton Jantjies con AUS 0-7 RSA
12 mins: Bernard Foley pen, AUS 3-7 RSA
18 mins: Johan Goosen try, Elton Jantjies con AUS 3-14 RSA
26 mins: Adam Coleman try, Bernard Foley con AUS 10-14 RSA
25 mins: Bernard Foley pen AUS 13-14 RSA
42 mins: Bernard Foley pen, AUS 16-14 RSA
61 mins: Bernard Foley try, Bernard Foley con AUS 23-14 RSA
66 mins: Morne Steyn pen, AUS 23-17 RSA


reds lose to rebels at suncorp

The St.George Queensland Reds have Greg holmes a fairytale send-off , with a 31-28 loss to the Melbourne Rebels at Suncorp Stadium

The Reds trailing 24-7 at half time. Queensland staged comeback in the second half, but were unable to clinch a win in with Ben Daley, Saia and Anthony Fainga’a, Liam Gill and Curtis Browning playing there last game at suncorp for the reds.

The Reds won the second half but paid the penalty for handing the Rebels too great a head start.

They trailed by three points with five minutes to go but were unable to score in the final minutes to win.

Scrumhalf Nick Frisby and stand-in captain Liam Gill both scored for the reds.

nick frisby scoring reds first try

nick frisby scoring reds first try

Queensland’s defensive sting was lacking, and the Rebels capitalised by using width in their attack.

Perhaps the only highlight of the first half was Queensland’s try which was started and finished by Frisby.

Gill’s first try sparked a comeback, and it was game for grabs after Samu Kerevi made his way over the chalk.

The fightback lost its momentum, however, when Nic Stirzaker scored a try from a charged down kick.

blackhawks loss

It was a difficult day  Blackhawks on Sunday as they went down to the Souths Logan Magpies by 18 points at Davies Park in Brisbane.

The lack of consistency got the better of the visitors as the young Broncos players at the Magpies dominated the match.

logan magpies v townsville blackhawks

blackhawks being halted by magpies

England win over Australia at Suncorp

The Qantas Wallabies have fallen to the new and improved England, 28-39 in the first match of an historic three-Test series at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday night in front of 48,735 fans.

england gent

england gent

England beat Australia in first test.

England beat Australia in first test.

England beat Australia in first test.

England beat Australia in first test.

Reds win over Sunwolves


The St.George Queensland Reds have earned their third home win of the season at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday afternoon.


Queensland had to show character to hold off the adventurous Japanese side 35-25  Crowd support was strong for both sides, with the Reds boasting Japanese internationals Hendrik Tui and Ayumu Goromaru, while the Sunwolves Number 8 was former Queensland player Ed Quirk.

Reds skipper James Slipper scored his first try of the season.

Ayumu Goromaru will be out for 12 weeks after a injury to his shoulder.STUL3202



Ironman MX @ Killcoy

Stu Allen photography had the pleasure in photographing The iroman two day race.

was a great day of racing.The weather was nice but the downfall was I Must remmber sunscreen!!!! full gallery here


confraternity 2012

Stu Allen Photography had the pleasure in shooting the confraternity shield 2012 rugby league competition.
Was great to see so much good football from young kids.

The Confraternity Carnival is an annual schoolboys’ rugby league competition conducted by the Queensland Independent Secondary Schools’ Rugby League (Q.I.S.S.R.L). The Carnival has been in existence since 1980 and in that time has developed a reputation as one of the most formidable schoolboy rugby league competitions in Australia. The Carnival is played each year in a different city in Queensland and the competition is for the Open or Firsts team from each school. Teams take a squad of 20 players to the Carnival.

Confaternity Winners
Shield Final: Ignatius Park 28 def St Peter Claver 6
Trophy Final: Marymount 30 def Padua 8
Plate Final: Blackheath & Thornburgh 16 def Marist Emerald 0
Bowl Final: Columba 18 def St Lukes 12
Cup Final: Concordia 24 def St Francis 12

The weather on the 1st day was ok then went downhill from there with the piches looking more like a mud bathcome friday for the final.



Stu Allen photography has been shooting the Dolphins and Northern pride games in Brisbane the results have been more favourbale for the Redcliffe Dolphins of late.

Mal Meninga Cup Redcliffe Dolphins V Northern Pride.


The Northern Pride Under 18′s impressive winning streak ended today when they met the Redcliffe Dolphins powerhouse team in the semi final of the Mal Meninga Cup.

The Pride posted early points leading 10 – nil in the opening stanza of the game but from then on the points all went Redcliffe’s way.

Full Time Score Redcliffe 60 Northern Pride 10. Try scorers for the Pride were Keelan White & Daniel Mooka with Bradley Stephen kicking the conversion.

Round 6 Tweed Head Seagulls v Northern Pride.

A COURAGEOUS defensive performance in the first 15 minutes was the catalyst for Tweed Heads Seagulls continuing on their winning in their round 6 Queensland Rugby league Intrust Cup clash with Northern Pride .

Pride dominated the possession during that opening periods they had ball-carriers pulled down within a metre of the Seagulls try line on more than one occasion .

It truly was a memorable defensive performance by the home side which, after weathering the onslaught, finally got their fair share of possession and subsequently field position to enable them to run in four tries to take what appeared to be an unassailable 24-0 in the sheds at half-time.

Northern Pride ensured it was a nail-biting finish by posting three tries after the break, the final touchdown with three minutes still on the clock.

Corey Blair had a match to remember – he shouldn’t have had to put his hand into his kick to buy a beer at the post-match function.

Seagulls 24 (Tom Merritt 3, Matt Carbutt tries; Brad Davis 4 goals) def Northern Pride 22 (Daniel Crampton, Scott Gibson, Ty Williams, Ben Spina tries; Chey Bird 3 goals).

Round 5 Dolphins v Logan Magpies

Stu Allen photography has been shooting the Dolphins and Northern pride games in Brisbane the results have been more favourbale for the Redcliffe Dolphins of late.

Dolphins returned to form in stunning fashion at Dolphin Oval on Sunday.

From the opening whistle the Dolphins dominated the match with a flawless opening forty minutes, completing their sets and controlling possession.

The Magpies had no answer to the Dolphins juggernaut, by the time the visitors got some decent possession twenty minutes had passed on the clock and the Dolphins had racked up twenty four unanswered points.

Bronco Dane Gagai opened the scoring when the Magpies couldn’t handle a Joe Bond up-and-under, Liam Georgetown made no mistake with the conversion to see the Dolphins lead 6-0.

A week shy of the tenth anniversary of Damian Richters racking up a club record 40 points against Logan City Liam Georgetown racked up a personal tally of 34 points coming from three tries a club record 11 goals.

Redcliffe Dolphins 70 (Liam Georgetown 3, Joe Bond 2, Luke Capewell 2, Dane Gagai, Marty Hatfield, Tom Murphy, Chris Faust, Dave Hala tries; Liam Georgetown 11 goals) def Souths Logan Magpies 18 (Josh Damen, Walter Imo, Andrew Edwards tries; Chris Medcalf 3 goals)

Full galleries can be seen at

T20 grand final

With the storms from the previous day made it look like a non started but thanks to rain gods it all stayed way till literally true last ball then heavens opened.
Stu Allen photography had the pleasure of covering the event for local sports mag o2 magazine.

We evan had a streaker!!!!