They are venues that could not be more contrasting – Ron Stark Oval on North Stradbroke Island and Cbus Super Stadium – but they will be the venues of successive Tweed Heads Seagulls Intrust Super Cup games this season.
Seagulls CEO Scott Clark made the announcement today that, in a wide-reaching promotional opportunity for the Seagulls and the Queensland Rugby League’s statewide competition, the round three and round four games will be moved away from Piggabeen Sports Complex.
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Seagulls coach Aaron Zimmerle knows we are just in the trial-game phase of 2017 and it will be performance in the ‘real’ games that will count.
However, he can’t be anything but encouraged by not just the results of the three trial matches his side will arm themselves with for the Intrust Super Cup opener against Ipswich on Sunday week, but the new steel in the way his team has approached their pre-season assignment.
Seagulls coach Aaron Zimmerle goes into the final pre-season trial Souths Logan at Piggabeen Sports Complex tomorrow knowing several positions are still open for the opening round Intrust Super Cup clash with Ipswich on March 5.
Zimmerle was most impressed with the energy and competitiveness of two teams put out against Burleigh Bears last Saturday and how some lesser knowns and young players coming out of under-20s football stood up and “gave it to” their opposition physically.
The Seagulls’ new Intrust Super Cup depth is set to be extended with a strong component of Gold Coast-contracted players allocated to the Gulls in 2017.
While details of allocations of Titans players to each of their feeder teams, the Seagulls and Burleigh Bears, are not quite finalised the line-up of Titans’ hand-downs will be a big boost to the Gulls’ premiership chances in 2017.
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