The Wynnum Manly Seagulls raced out of the gate however defensive lapses later in the match saw the Tweed Heads Seagulls finish on top 36-28 at Bill Norris Oval.Continue reading “Tweed Finish On Top After Fast Seagulls Start”
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Young fullback Reece Walsh gave a glimpse of his huge potential as Brisbane drew with Wynnum Manly Seagulls 22-22 in an entertaining trial match at Kitchener Park.Continue reading “Wynnum Manly rally to claim draw with Broncos”
By Joel Gould (QRL Media)
He was the smallest man on the park but the huge heart of Burleigh fullback Kurtis Rowe saved several certain tries to inspire Burleigh’s 28-10 Intrust Super Cup grand final win over Wynnum Manly.
By QRL Media
The Wynnum Manly Seagulls scored five tries to two to post a 26-14 win and knock the Townsville Blackhawks out of the Intrust Super Cup finals.
By Simon Rathbone & Jorja Brinums (QRL Media)
The Chook Pen lit up when Wynnum Manly Seagulls beat Redcliffe Dolphins 20-16 in the elimination final at BMD Kougari Oval this afternoon.
By Kevin Braysher (QRL Media)
The Burleigh Bears won a classic Intrust Super Cup semi-final, 34-32, over the Wynnum Manly Seagulls at BMD Kougari Oval today.
The Bears will now advance to a home preliminary final in two weeks, while Wynnum Manly will host an elimination blockbuster against Redcliffe next week.
Bears coach Jimmy Lenihan was extremely proud post game and praised his side’s ball control throughout a high-scoring game.
“It was one of those games where if you held the ball for big patches it was always going to be hard to hold out the other side,” Lenihan said.
“We still completed nine from nine in that second half, there were just big chunks of possession going against us. It was a high-scoring game, which is unusual for a final, so for us to hold on and defend our way through that was pleasing.
“For big parts of the year you play to hopefully stick to a process, but this time of year it’s all about a win or a loss and however we win or lose is the most important part now.
“We’ll have a week off and then have another tough game and then hopefully one more tough game after that, so there is still a long way to go.”
Will Evans, playing his second Intrust Super Cup game, opened the scoring after some excellent lead up from Sami Sauiluma.
In the 11th minute the Bears extended their lead to 10-0 when Dylan Phythian ran the ball on the last tackle. He created some space for Kurtis Rowe who offloaded to Sauiluma to score the afternoon’s second try.
Wynnum hit back in the 16th minute, after Edene Gebbie took advantage of some broken play on the right side of the field, slicing through to score.
The home side were on the attack again four minutes later, but Anthony Don swooped in for an intercept and ran 90 metres to score for the Bears.
The Bears were riding a wave of early momentum and a try for Pat Politoni out of dummy half gave them a handy 16-point lead, before the Seagulls scored an important try right on halftime.
Mitch Cronin produced some lovely sleight of hand out of dummy half and put Max Elliot over, cutting the margin to just ten points at halftime.
The Seagulls came out fired up in the second half allowing plenty of room for Sam Scarlett to start taking control of the contest.
A Jayden Berrell try in the 45th minute was followed up by a try for Pat Templemen, bringing the scores level at 22-22 with 30 minutes left to play.
Burleigh were back in the lead in the 56th minute, when Josh Rogers put Matt Robinson through a hole then backed up to score under the posts.
Gebbie, who was electric throughout the contest, got early ball in the 62nd minute and stood up the Burleigh defence as he crossed for his second try to bring Wynnum within two points.
The crucial play came in the 69th minute, when Jamal Fogarty went to the line on the last tackle. He turned the ball inside for a charging Api Noema-Matenga who powered his way to the try line giving Burleigh an eight-point lead.
Scarlett would set up a try for Kalolo Saitaua in the 79th minute, but it wouldn’t be enough as the Bears secured a two-point win and a home preliminary final.
Earlier in the day Wynnum defeated Burleigh in a gripping Hastings Deering Colts final, 24-19.
By Cameron Anchor (QRL Wynnum Manly Correspondent)
An intriguing encounter awaited at BMD Kougari Oval for the final round, with the Wynnum Manly Seagulls hosting the Norths Devils – before the match, the Devils sat in fifth place on the ladder, but their position couldn’t improve with a win nor a loss. Continue reading “Wynnum Manly overpower Devils”
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The Townsville & Districts Mendi Blackhawks have secured a top 4 finish with an inspiring 22-18 victory over Wynnum Manly.
By Cameron Anchor (Seagulls Media)
The Wynnum Manly Seagulls led from start to finish to beat the Hunters 60-4 at BMD Kougari Oval in a win which was sealed by a triple to Ed Burns and doubles to Jordan Drew, Mitch Cronin and Edene Gebbie. Continue reading “Seagulls show their scoring skills in big win over PNG”