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Intrust Super Cup action is heading back to BMD Kougari  this Sunday the 6th of September, and with the Seagulls 4th on the ladder after defeating Easts on Sunday 17-10 it's going to be another tough game against East Tigers. The winner of this weekends game will progress though the finals. 

Come on down to a great day of Finals football - Is there a better way to spend father day than at the Football? 

Sunday 6th September- BMD Kougari Oval, 3:00pm Kick off

Catch the Intrust Super Cup game live via Seagulls TV - CLICK HERE


Our BRL boys will play at 11:15am against Ipswich Jets BMD Kougari Oval - Sunday 6th of September


Fogs colts will be playing Redcliffe Dolphins at here home as well, 1:15pm before the Intrust Super Cup. 

Come one down to support all three grades battle their way through the Finals!

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Intrust Super Cup action is heading to Langlands Park this Sunday the 30th, and with the Seagulls still sitting at 4th on the ladder, it's going to be another tough game against East Tigers. The game will determine where the first round on the finals will be held and who will be playing who as we get closer to the ultimate goal. 

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TURN TO ME - Round 25

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Stagg lifts Gulls in Herald Cup win



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David Stagg showed his body still had enough in the tank to deliver an inspiring performance in Wynnum Manly’s 30-22 defeat of the Redcliffe Dolphins at BMD Kougari Oval yesterday.

The retiring Brisbane Bronco and Wynnum Manly Seagull punched out 80 of the best in the unforgiving middle of the park that had his coach Jon Buchanan in awe.

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Live updates from PNG on Sunday - CLICK HERE 

Commentators, John Devine and Hanan Laban will be broadcasting highlight packages and interviews from the 2015 Season thus far - During this broadcast Seagulls TV will try to cross live to PNG during the Intrust Super Cup Clash -Wynnum Seagulls v PNG Hunters for updates during the game. Seagulls TV wont be live streaming the game in PNG this weekend due to broadcasting issue's, both internet service and contractual reasons. SEAGULLS TV - PNG UPDATES - TUNE IN FROM 2:00PM 


Our BRL boys will play at 3:00pm against Ipswich at Ipswich Reserve on Saturday the 15th of August. 

Catch the BRL game live via Seagulls TV - Click Here 

Our Colt boys have a BYE this week - After their great win on Saturday, the boys deserve a well earn t break. 

Jet powered Gulls scorch Wynnum

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By Hanan Laban, QRL Media  Photo - QRL Media 

The Tweed Heads Seagulls delivered a 30-16 upset over the Wynnum Manly Seagulls in the ‘Flockbuster’ at Piggabeen Sports Complex yesterday.

Tweed Heads coach Aaron Zimmerle drew inspiration from the Ipswich Jets’ trademark style after watching a tape of Wynnum Manly during the week in what turned out to be a confidence building win for the club.

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Hayes delivers in tight Jets win

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by Hanan Laban - QRL Media Photo by Patrick Kearney

The much anticipated match-up between third and fourth spots lived up to its billing in an exciting Saturday night match up at BMD Kougari Oval.

Without star hooker Matt Parcell who has been excellent for the Brisbane Broncos, Landon Hayes has stepped up to the plate as his replacement by setting up one try and scoring the game winner to give his Jets the 16-12 victory.

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Slick Gulls down Bears

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By Kevin Braysher 

THE Wynnum Manly Seagulls retained the Adam Watene Memorial Trophy with a 46-24 win over the Burleigh Bears at Pizzey Park yesterday.

Watene was a beloved former player for both Wynnum (22 games) and Burleigh (83 games) who passed away suddenly in 2008 at the age of 31.

It was a weekend of trophies for the Seagulls who also wrapped up the Club Championship with the win.

“Those trophies along the way are always pleasing to get. It’s a good cause between the two clubs that Adam played for, so it’s good to get it,” Seagulls coach Jon Buchanan said.

“I thought what we did with the footy was really good. Any time you can put 46 points on an opposition then you’re obviously doing something well with the footy.

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Gulls overcome Capras scare


by Hanan Laban - QRL Media 

The Wynnum Manly Seagulls rolled home with 30 unanswered points in the second half to make it three wins in a row as they defeated the Central Queensland Capras 36-14 yesterday.

Capras’ talisman Matt Minto put on a classy display in the first half as the visitors out enthused Wynnum Manly to take a 14-6 lead at the break.

However at halftime, Seagulls’ coach Jon Buchanan urged his charges to play to their strengths by being more direct in running the football and utilising their big forward pack in the middle of the park.

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