The Devils are on the board early, with Leivaha Pulu crashing over for the minor premiers.
The Seagulls have been fighting hard and while they crossed over the line, were held up by some desperate Devils defence.
After prolonged attack on the Wynnum Manly try line, the Devils are over again, with Tyrone Roberts proving too hard to handle at the line to extend the lead to 8-0 with a kick to come.
Wynnum Manly Seagulls are on the board after electric fullback Selwyn Cobbo dove over the line. He made sure to run to the section of the crowd with his family and friends to celebrate scoring a grand final try.
At halftime, the Devils hold a slender 10-6 lead in what has been a cracking decider so far.
The match has kicked off for the second half, and Wynnum Manly are on the attack.
An even first 10 minutes of the second half with neither team able to get on top.
Some strong goal line defence from Wynnum Manly has gotten them out of trouble, with a huge hit dislodging the ball, just as the Devils were threatening.
The Wynnum Seagulls have levelled scores, with David Mead crossing in the far left corner.
The tough conversion is missed by Jack Campagnolo, meaning scores remain at 10-10 with just over 10 minutes left to play.
The official crowd figure has been announced, with 7264 people in attendance to see two fantastic games of rugby league.
With 6.18 minutes on the clock, referee Nick Pelgrave has sent a Norths Devils try upstairs, but as a no try, so the fans are waiting patiently to see if the deadlock will be broken.
And video referee Tim Rutherford has reviewed the play and deemed it a legal try after some hot potato ball play which finishes with Michael Molo planting the ball down over the line for a 14-10 lead. Connor Broadhurst kicks the conversion for 16-10 with just over four-and-a-half minutes to play.
And that’s how it finishes – the Devils finish as minor premiers and grand final winners with a tough win against Wynnum Manly Seagulls.
Seagulls Head Coach Adam Brideson has named an unchanged 17, after the Gulls produced a convincing victory against Tweed at Suncorp Stadium last weekend. An extended bench includes Ed Burns, Issac Luke and Ben Shea.
The Gulls kick off at Moreton Daily Stadium at 3.10pm!
A special edition Seagulls 2021 Grand Final Supporter Tee is available for purchase! You can grab one at BMD Kougari Oval on Saturday 9th October near the front gate entrance to the field, between 11am and 4pm.
If you have already purchased a Seagulls 2021 Grand Final Supporter Tee online it will be available for collection at BMD Kougari Oval Saturday 9th October (near the front gate entrance to the field), between 11am and 4pm.
If you do not collect your shirt on Saturday, it will be available for collection at Moreton Daily Stadium on Sunday from the Seagulls Merchandise stall.
PRE-GAME PUMP UP PARTY
Join your fellow Gulls Fans for a pre-game Pump Up Party at the Wynnum Manly Leagues Club!
Before you jump on the bus to the game, enjoy live music, a BBQ breakfast and drinks with fans to get you in the mood for the big game.
The pre-game Pump Up Party will kick off from 10am and finish after the last bus has departed.
Game day key times
10.00am: Grand Final Wynnum Manly Seagulls Pump Up Party – Wynnum Manly Leagues Club 11.00am: First Supporter Bus to depart Wynnum Manly Leagues Club 12.30pm: Gates Open at Moreton Daily Stadium 12.45pm: Hastings Deering Colts Kick Off: Wynnum Manly Seagulls v Townsville Blackhawks 3.10pm: Intrust Super Cup Kick Off: Wynnum Manly Seagulls v Norths Devils 5.30pm: Supporter Busses to depart Moreton Daily Stadium 6.30pm: Post game celebrations at Wynnum Manly Leagues Club. Please note the club will be adhering to Covid-19 restrictions as instructed by Queensland Government
** Parking is limited at the Wynnum Manly Leagues Club. The Seagulls encourage those who are taking our supporter busses to the game to get dropped off or get a lift using 13CABS.