Last Sunday’s game against Norths Devils was the clincher for the Colts minor premiership, with a strong victory allowing the team to seal their own fate. The Gulls crossed for seven tries on the day, including doubles from Alec MacDonald and Harrison Graham. Jacob Sturt-Tobin, Germaine Bulsey and Will Parslow also scored, with Braden Whittaker continuing his strong form with the boot and converting 6 from 7 goals.
The Colts again maintained their defensive intensity throughout the game, only allowing the Devils to score 4 points.
In his second game back from injury, Max Plath was also impressive and earned the McDonald’s Player of the Match award. Plath started in five-eighth after coming off the bench in the prior round, steering the Gulls around for 400 kick metres and over 1,700 run metres.
The club would like to thank McDonald’s Bayside for their continued support of the Seagulls Academy program.