Rd 8 team to play Blackhawks
Strong winning squad retained for tough clash
Highlights from victory over Norths
Some of the tries and lead-up from last Sunday are worth watching
Devil of a victory at Bishop Park
The Gulls celebrated Zimmo's century milestone with first win of '17
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2017 Intrust Super Cup Draw
Details of the 2017 Intrust Super Cup draw
Seagulls' ISC coach Aaron Zimmerle has faith in his side's ability to get first competition points of the season on the big stage at Cbus Super Stadium tomorrow after an improved showing almost saw high-flyers Wynnum Manly knocked over last weekend.
'Zimmo' liked the way his side stood up and followed the mantra of standing tall with the guy next to you, and he hopes that steely attitude ill be evident again against the Capras in the 4.45pm curtain-raiser before the Titans-Cowboys NRL clash.
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Seagulls co-captain Sam Meskell, who had a successful stint with the Titans under-20s including finals in 2010, heads back to the Titans' home stadium for the first time in six seasons, to lead out the team against the Capras on Saturday evening (5.45pm kick-off).
It's a great opportunity for our ISC side to show their wares on the big stage in front if a handy crowd and they go into the match encouraged by an improved showing against unbeaten Wynnum Manly.
'Mesk' talks about that performance and heading to his old Robina home on Saturday in this video interview.
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The Tweed Heads Seagulls Intrust Super Cup team will take confidence into Saturday’s great opportunity to play on the big stage – against Central Queensland Capras as an NRL curtain-raiser at Cbus Super Stadium (5.45pm kick-off).
Even though they went down 24-18 after leading 18-0 after 11 minutes in driving rain against Wynnum Manly last Sunday, coach Aaron Zimmerle was encouraged by the improved performance and new combinations used for the first time.
That means there has been little change to the squad to take on the Capras who had their first win of the season, 12-10, against Burleigh Bears last weekend.
The Tweed Heads Seagulls’ senior under-age teams have been beaten for the first time in 2017, both going down to Western Mustangs on a soggy Owen Park in driving rain at Southport.
The under-20s FOGS Colts Cup went down 20-16 after making a brave second half comeback from 14-0, while the Mal Meninga Cup (under-18s) paid for constant errors and were well beaten 34-18.
The Tweed Heads have suffered a heartbreaking 24-18 loss to Wynnum Manly in the battle of the Seagulls on a wet North Stradbroke Island – after leading 18-0 after just 11 minutes.
Tweed were made to pay dearly for crucial errors in the trying conditions and a near-miss by right winger Brayden McGrady who failed to ground a brilliant kick by his cousin Lindon McGrady over the line late in the first half as scoring opportunities diminished as conditions deteriorated.