Gold Coast Titans young gun Paul Turner was electric for the Tweed Seagulls in Saturday's 28-0 dominance against the Mackay Cutters at Tugun.
Playing alongside his brother Lee in the Hostplus Cup clash, the fullback ran for 196 metres, as well as racking up a line-break, two line-break assists, a try assist and nine tackle breaks, despite the torrential conditions being very dour.
The 22-year-old was only beaten by his older sibling, who ran for 242 metres - 70 of those post-contact in a proud performance for the Turner family.
Burleigh also had a strong win at home, claiming a 28-8 victory over Mackay.
Seagulls topple Pride with five tries
Match: Seagulls v Pride
Round 8 -
Venue: Tugun RLFC, Tugun
The Tweed Seagulls are celebrating a comprehensive victory over Northern Pride in Round 8 of the Hostplus Cup, having beaten the visitors 28-0 in wet and windy conditions.
Round 8 highlights: Tweed Seagulls v Northern Pride
Bears prove too strong for the Cutters at Pizzey Park
Match: Bears v Cutters
Round 8 -
Venue: Pizzey Park, Gold Coast
If you’re going to storm into a bear's lair you better have a plan.
The Burleigh Bears welcomed Mackay Cutters to their lair on the Gold Coast, hunting for their 13th home win at Pizzey Park in the last 14 games.
Round 8 highlights: Bears v Cutters