By Seagulls Media
The Seagulls BRL side have booked their ticket into the In Safe Hands Cup grand final after a 38-8 victory over the West Brisbane Panthers at WJ Scott Park this afternoon.
The Gulls controlled the ball for the majority of the game however the opening going was tough after a long scoreless period.
Wynnum earned the right to score through weight of possession and powerful carries, pushing out to a 12-0 lead.
It looked like it would finish up that way at half-time but a Panthers’ try against the run of play and a late penalty goal saw the score 12-8 at half time.
However the signs were there that it was to be the Gulls’ day with real intent in attack and defence.
Kelly Tate and Adam Tuimavave-Gerrard led from the front with inspiring performances.
Wynnum scored 26 unanswered points in the second half to wrap up a comprehensive victory.
Tate scored a double, with Corey Davis, Jack Goodsell, Junior Pita and Harlan Collins also picking up tries.
Captain John Te Reo continues his phenomenal form with the boot, kicking seven from seven.
The Seagulls will play the Redcliffe Dolphins in the In Safe Hands Cup grand final at Bishop Park next Saturday 15 September, kick off 4pm.