After almost a month between games, Burleigh Bears and Tweed Seagulls provide stellar performances over the weekend to continue their run home for finals.
Bears too strong for Jets in high-scoring affair
It wasn’t a game for the defensive purist at North Ipswich Reserve, with 70 points scored there was plenty of attack.
Burleigh Bears continued their domination over the Ipswich Jets, winning 11 of the last 12 and the last six in a row over the Jets.
The Bears got the carnage started with a penalty and went deep in to Jets territory; the Bears went right and after a settler by Jeff Lynch, they went back to the left and Bears halves Josh Rogers and Shallin Fuller combined to put second rower Dylan Kelly over for try number two this season. Read full report here.
Seagulls spark in second half to down Pride
The Campbell Construction Co Tweed Seagulls return from Cairns with a convincing 34-12 victory against Northern Pride under their belts, securing their second successive Intrust Super Cup finals berth.
Their win means a top four finish still in play for the club who had to come from behind – scoring unanswered 34 points after being 12-0 down after 21 minutes (from two converted tries) in their first match in five weeks because of COVID restrictions in Queensland. Read full report here.