Brisbane First Division Rugby League Cup (otherwise known as the Brisbane A-Grade Rugby League or the ) is an 11 team competition that is the division below the FOGS Cup Queensland Cup.
History [ edit ]
It started in 2001, then known as the Quest Cup and changed its name to the Mixwell Cup in 2003. Finally it became the FOGS Cup in 2006. FOGS in an acronym for
Former Origin Greats.
2013 Season [ edit ]
Aspley Broncos Kirby Park
Kirby Road, Aspley, Brisbane
Pizzey Park Pacific Avenue, Miami, Gold Coast
Langlands Park Main Avenue, Coorparoo, Brisbane
Q.L.D. Group Stadium The Terrace, North Ipswich
Bishop Park Franklin Street, Nundah, Brisbane
Dolphin Oval Corner Klinger and Ashmole Roads, Redcliffe
Souths Logan Magpies
Brandon Park Acacia Ridge
Tweed Heads Seagulls
Piggabeen Sports Complex Carramar Drive, Tweed Heads West
Wynnum Manly Seagulls
Kougari Oval Wondall Road, Manly West
2005 saw the entry of Hills District and Tugun into what was known as the Mixwell Cup, however these two teams only lasted the season. At the end of 2005, sections of the
Queensland Rugby League were keen on Burleigh, Runaway Bay and Tugun returning to the Gold Coast competition to strengthen it. However, the Gold Coast Titans, whose feeder teams are Burleigh, Tweed Heads and Ipswich, wanted Burleigh to remaining in the Mixwell Cup and Tweed Heads to enter in 2006. As a result Burleigh and Tweed were admitted for 2006, however Runaway Bay and Tugun departed.
Wests joint venture with Hills District Panthers, as well as the exit of Runaway Bay and Tugun led to 2 spaces being free for new teams. The Sunshine Coast Falcons successfully applied for one, and see this being a step towards one day being back in the Queensland Wizard Cup, while the other place went to the Aspley Devils, who are now associated with the Brisbane Broncos and are thus renamed the Aspley Broncos for the 2007 competition.
Clubs List [ edit ]
Brothers-Valleys O'Callagahn Park, Zillmere, Brisbane
Runaway Bay Seagulls Bycroft Oval, Runaway Bay, Gold Coast
Hills District Panthers Kev McKell Oval, Arana Hills, Brisbane
Tugun Seahawks Betty Diamond Complex, Coolangatta, Gold Coast
Western Districts Panthers Kev McKell Oval, Arana Hills, Brisbane
Purtell Park, Bardon, Brisbane 2001
Premiership Winners [ edit ]
See also [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]