St Peter Claver V Woodridge State High in the Brisbane Broncos De Vere cup.
St Peter Claver V Woodridge State High in the Brisbane Broncos De Vere cup. Rob Williams

Claver clean up with double win

ST PETER Claver College secured an important win over Alex Hills in their Gee Shield campaign.

After mixed results in the opening rounds of the Broncos Schoolboys Challenge, St Peter Claver ran away with a 28-8 win in their top grade clash with Alex Hills.

In their earlier game, the St Peter Claver year 10 side were held to a 10-all draw by Alex Hills in the Devere Cup.

Tomorrow afternoon St Peter Claver College travel to Toowoomba to take on St Mary's College in both Devere Cup and Gee Shield games.

St Peter Claver College rugby league coach Todd Riggs said St Mary's would be a good test for his two sides.

"We've got no injuries and a few players who have come back," Riggs said.

"We are looking good and almost at full strength.

"We'll have both grades go away to Toowoomba against St Mary's who are travelling well. They are virtually the heavy recruitment school so it will be a good challenge for our boys."

Ipswich State High School had a perfect round despite being without their Open squad, who had the week off with a bye.

The Year 8 team defeated Marsden 26-22, while the Year 9's recorded a 24-12 win against the same opposition.

The Ipswich State High Open Reserves rounded out the victories with a 38-12 defeat of Wavell State High School.

Redbank Plains State High School also had a good win with their Year 10's defeating Centenary Heights 58-12, while the Year 8 boys were handed a 60-0 defeat at the hands of Palm Beach Currumbin.

Tomorrow Redbank Plains host Beenleigh in both Gee Shield and Devere Cup competitions at the Redbank Plains Bears Rugby League Club grounds.

Game day

Redbank Plains State High School v Beenleigh from 3pm (Year 10) and 4pm (Opens) tomorrow at the Redbank Plains Bears Rugby League Club grounds.