Age teams miss finals
U20s fight for draw while U18s go down to Magpies
Blackhawks too strong in Townsville
Undermanned Gulls blown away in the second half
Seagulls and Jets to fly in Hawaii
ISC teams Tweed Heads and Ipswich will play in Waikiki this October
2017 Intrust Super Cup Draw
Details of the 2017 Intrust Super Cup draw
The Seagulls’ Colts side finished six-game statewide component of the season with a 26-all draw with Souths Logan Magpies after a breathtaking finish at Piggabeen on Sunday.
The Gulls conceded a try in the final three minutes to go behind 26-20 and seemed destined for a heart-breaking loss.
Check out the full stats card from the Romano Group Seagulls' victory over Norths Devils.
What a whale of a game Same Saville had ... topped the tackle count and metres gained, and added a lot of enthusiasm and aggression that's not on the stats count!
The Romano Group Seagulls Mal Meninga Cup (under-18s) side are playing for a finals berth at Piggabeen this Sunday after a tremendous 38-10 win against competition leaders Norths Devils.
The side, coached by Seagulls’ Queensland Cup premiership players Brad Davis and Tim Maccan, fought back from their loss to Burleigh Bears – after two weeks without a match – with a decisive performance on the back of physical defence that put them in position to dominate early.
Neil Cadigan and QRL media
The Romano Group Tweed Heads Seagulls made sure coach Aaron Zimmerle celebrated his 100th game with a fitting celebration with a come-from-behind 34-28 win against Norths Devils at Bishop Park yesterday.
Yet he was quick to point out the influence of assistant coach Matt King, a Seagulls stalwart as a former player, for the victory that had been building for his side.
Photo: Ben Nakabuwai on the charge against the Devils. Pic: SMP Images.