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
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
Coach Aaron Zimmerle sat down for one of his regular chats with Neil Cadigan to review round one and look at this weekend's crucial round two Intrust Super Cup clash with Mackay Cutters in Mackay.
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Seagulls’ ISC coach Aaron Zimmerle has picked a preliminary squad of 19 for the second-round clash with Mackay Cutters in Mackay (6pm Saturday).
He has stuck with the players who played in the opening round against the Jets, with co-captain Damian Sironen replacing Titans-contracted prop Ben Nakabuwai (grade 1 knee injury).
The Seagulls age teams were both victorious in round one against Ipswich, with the strong FOGS Colts Cup under-20s racking up 60 points against the Jets but still not heading the ladder.
The Mal Meninga Cup under-18s, coached by Seagulls stalwarts and premiership winning players (and Palm Beach Currumbin teachers) Brad Davis and Tim Maccan, won 28-16 but suffered some crucial injuries along the way.
By NEIL CADIGAN
Seagulls Intrust Super Cup coach Aaron Zimmerle has one main instruction for his team as they open the 2017 campaign against the flamboyant Ipswich Jets at Piggabeen tomorrow (2pm) – “play out game, not there’s”.
After impressive trial form based on aggressive and committed defence, the Gulls know that will mean for nothing tomorrow unless they stick with the patterns and processes they been concentrating on during the pre-season.