Townsville Sports Reserve

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Townsville Sports Reserve
Location 14 Warburton Street, North Ward
Coordinates 19°14′59″S 146°48′24″E / 19.24982°S 146.80666°E / -19.24982; 146.80666Coordinates: 19°14′59″S 146°48′24″E / 19.24982°S 146.80666°E / -19.24982; 146.80666
Capacity 4,000 (seated)
6,500 (total)
Surface Grass
Tenants
Northern Fury

Townsville Sports Reserve is a multi-use stadium located in Townsville, Australia. It is used for Football, Athletics, Rugby Union and Rugby League. It serves as the home ground for Northern Fury who play in the NPL Queensland. The stadium has a capacity of 4,000 people.

Notable Rugby League games

The results were as follows;[1]

Date Result Attendance Notes
17 May 1989 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos def. Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 42 – 6 1989 Panasonic Cup Quarter final
20 April 1990 Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs drew with Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Eastern Suburbs Roosters 12 – 12 8,648 1990 NSWRL season, Round 6
1 June 1992 Great Britain colours.svg Great Britain Lions def. Queensland colours.svg Queensland Residents 14 – 10 4,000 1992 Great Britain Lions tour of Australasia
5 July 1992  Australia def.  Papua New Guinea 36 – 14 12,470 Played as part of 1989-92 Rugby League World Cup

References

  1. ^ Townsville Sports Reserve results @ Rugby League Project

External links

  • Official Website of Northern Fury
  • Fox Sports Pulse page


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