SUNSHINE Coasters tasted success at a carnival at Logan, which featured teams from around the country.
"WHEN I was in the mines (inter-state) I always knew it was something I wanted to do when I came back to Noosa, to get back involved with the club.”
AFTER initially overcoming a battle with cancer as an 18-year-old, he staved it off again a decade later.
"THE unparalleled performance record is one thing but it's more so the culture and the way the club goes about its business that really appeals ...”
THREE of their new signings, ball-player Nicho Hynes, try-scoring back Jonathon Reuben and Daniel Dole are training with the Melbourne Storm.
"IT (Pipeline) is such a beautiful place to finish ... and with that added excitement of being that bit closer to achieving a dream it feels a bit different.”
SHAE Wools-Cobb and Charlie Dann will compete at The Lakes.
"IT is not massive but an area we need to improve and find different avenues to goal.”
"HE'S a really good craft competitor and a fantastic young bloke, who is great to have around the club.”
Long-serving Scorchers player Peter Dein, who made his debut for the team in 2007, is set to captain the side as of this weekend, against Sandgate-Redcliffe.