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2020 Intrust Super Cup Season Preview

Mackay Cutters

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2019 Finish: 11th

Predicted Finish 2020: Bottom four.

Mackay features arguably the strongest local rugby league competition in Queensland, with a mouth-watering contingent of former NRL and Super League players set to light up the local fields.

The Cutters can only benefit from a strong local competition and it would not be surprising to see former Warrior and New Zealand test player Kevin Locke in Cutters colours before June 30.

Former Canterbury Bulldog Craig Garvey is another man playing locally in Mackay who could undoubtedly make a contribution to the Cutters.

Their key signing for 2020 is 22-year old Tongan international Ata Hingano, who already has 32 NRL games on his resume.

Northern Pride

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2019 Finish: 12th

Predicted Finish 2020: Bottom four.

It could be a tough year for the Pride with several players leaving the club at the of last season.

On the positive side, Chris Oswald is a nuggety and creative player who will bring a lot to the squad.

The Pride certainly do not lack speed out wide from Bernard Lewis, captain Javid Bowen and Gideon Gela Mosby.

The real question is, can their forwards get the team rolling forward and provide their creative players with quality ball in the right part of the field?

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