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    Bears utility departs for NRL shot

    BURLEIGH’S “Mr Fix It” Dylan Kelly has played his last game for the Intrust Super Cup club after agreeing to join Manly feeder side Blacktown effective immediately.

    The 25-year-old, who had spent time in the Sea Eagles system before joining Burleigh last year, heads south with ambitions of forcing his way into their NRL squad.

    “Hopefully a couple of good performances and a good end to the year will push me into that side,” Kelly said.

    “It is hard to leave Burleigh but there is a little opportunity I want to have a crack at and see if it turns into a big one.”

    Kelly is 101kg but has often been in the Bears’ front-row – though his last game for the club came at five-eighth seven days ago against Townsville.

    “He’s not going to be easy to replace,” said Burleigh coach Jimmy Lenihan.

    “I think the only position he didn’t play for us this year so far was wing and hooker. But at the end of the day that’s where we are in the world, blokes are still trying to get an opportunity to go into the NRL and I think Scott Fulton was the one that did his contract so it appeared he may be able to get in the back door at Manly if he goes to Blacktown immediately.

    “I’m not going to stop anyone from getting an opportunity.”

    Competition leaders Burleigh have a Round 10 bye.

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    Burleigh Bears v Easts Tigers
    Cbus Super Stadium on Saturday, May 19 – 12.40pm
    Head-to-Head: Burleigh 23 Easts 20 Drawn 2
    Twitter: #intrustsupercup #BEARSvTIGES

    Livestream: BEARS TV

    • The Bears and the Tigers kick off Round 11 early on Saturday afternoon, playing as the curtain raiser to the Gold Coast Titans v Newcastle Knights game.
    • There is a big ‘in’ for the Bears this week, with Jamal Fogarty named in the halves.
    • The Tigers have named a strong team for this match against the top-of-the-table Bears, but will need to learn from their close Round 9 loss to the Magpies and start the game well.
    • Brenko Lee, who spent the early part of the season with the Bears was named earlier in the week to play in his second game for the Titans, with Henare Wells named in the left centre position for the home side.
    • The is only one previous instance of these two teams playing at a game at a venue that is not Suzuki Stadium, Langlands Park or Pizzey Park and it is the 2004 grand final which Burleigh won 22-18 in an extra time epic.

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    Burleigh v Mackay Round 12 highlights

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    Burleigh Bears lose to Sunshine Coast Falcons; Tweed Heads Seagulls beat Norths Devils
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    BURLEIGH are far from a state of panic despite losing consecutive matches for the first time this year in a mini slump that has cost them the Intrust Super Cup lead.

    The Bears trailed from the sixth minute at Pizzey Park yesterday as Sunshine Coast took a much-needed 16-4 victory.

    That result combined with Townsville sneaking home against Mackay has allowed the Blackhawks to leapfrog the Bears.

    Burleigh coach Jimmy Lenihan was philosophical post-game, with one of their two tries conceded being a long-range intercept.

    “I thought our effort was pretty good,” Lenihan said.

    “It was pretty much a defensive day. We had big periods where we were defending our line for long parts and we did that well.

    “We were probably just a little bit clunky with our attack.

    “We will probably lose more games before the end of the year. At the moment it is a very tight, tough competition so we just have to keep working on things and keep trying to get things better as we go along in the season.”

    Hayden Schwass was named players’ player.

    Four Bears will feature in the upcoming representative round action: Luke Page for Papua New Guinea and Pat Politoni, Jamal Fogarty and Blake Leary for the Queensland Residents.

    Meanwhile, Tweed Heads moved inside the ISC top six for the first time since Round 1 of the 2016 season by pipping Norths 28-24 in an entertaining encounter.

    Titans-contracted forwards Ryan Simpkins and Bryce Cartwright shared players’ player for the Seagulls, with the latter’s effort a perfect response to being dropped from the NRL.

    Cartwright looked at home in his preferred right second-row position – which has been blocked at Titans level by Kevin Proctor – frequently causing the Devils’ defensive line trouble.

    “He has got that good right-hand offload which probably suited where we played him. He was a real handful when he carried the ball,” said Seagulls coach Ben Woolf.

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    Bears brush aside losses
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    BURLEIGH are far from being in a state of panic despite losing consecutive matches for the first time this year in a mini slump that has cost them the Intrust Super Cup lead.

    The Bears trailed from the sixth minute at Pizzey Park yesterday as Sunshine Coast had a much-needed 16-4 win.

    That result combined with Townsville sneaking home against Mackay has allowed the Blackhawks to leapfrog the Bears.

    Burleigh coach Jimmy Lenihan was philosophical postgame, with one of their two tries conceded being a longrange intercept.

    “I thought our effort was pretty good,” Lenihan said.

    “It was pretty much a defensive day. We had big periods where we were defending our line for long parts and we did that well.

    “We were probably just a little bit clunky with our attack.

    “We will probably lose more games before the end of the year. It is a very tight, tough competition so we just have to keep working on things and keep trying to get things better as we go along in the season.”

    Hayden Schwass was named the players’ player.

    Four Bears will feature in the upcoming representative round action: Luke Page for Papua New Guinea and Pat Politoni, Jamal Fogarty and Blake Leary for the Queensland Residents.

    Meanwhile, Tweed Heads moved inside the ISC top six for the first time since Round 1 of the 2016 season by pipping Norths 28-24 in an entertaining encounter.

    Titans-contracted forwards Ryan Simpkins and Bryce Cartwright shared players’ player for the Seagulls, with the latter’s effort a perfect response to being dropped from the NRL.

    Cartwright looked at home in his preferred right secondrow position – which has been blocked at Titans level by Kevin Proctor – frequently causing the Devils’ defensive line trouble.

    “He has got that good righthand offload which probably suited where we played him,” said Seagulls coach Ben Woolf.

    “He was a real handful when he carried the ball.”

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    Bears ousted from top spot after Falcons loss
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    The Sunshine Coast Falcons have ousted the Burleigh Bears from top spot in the Intrust Super Cup with a hard-earned 16-4 win.

    The Falcons needed a win to stay in touch with a congested top eight and, for the third week in a row, produced a narrow, grinding victory against strong opposition.

    Sunshine Coast played smart, controlled football and showed terrific application in defence, especially on their own tryline.

    Three consecutive wins have seen them shoot up to seventh spot on the ladder, while back-to-back losses sees Burleigh drop to second place, with the Townsville Blackhawks assuming top spot on for-and-against.

    The Bears looked the most likely to score first with a promising raid in the sixth minute, but the final pass was plucked by Falcons winger Iliesa Ratuva who ran 90 metres to score.

    From there, Sunshine Coast took control thanks to the collective good work of their big men, with hooker Harry Grant doing an outstanding job of directing traffic.

    Ryan Papenhuyzen extended the lead to eight points with a 25th minute penalty goal, before PNG international Justin Olam powered his way to the tryline and gave the Falcons a commanding 14-0 lead.

    Burleigh needed halftime to regroup but found a spark in the 38th minute when brothers Dallas and Henare Wells combined to put Tyronne Roberts-Davis away down the sideline.

    That brought the score line to 14-4 and an arm wrestle ensued in the second half as the Bears tried desperately to cut the margin back, only for the Falcons to repel Burleigh raids again and again.

    The Bears sent repeated attacks down their left, but the defence of Ratuva and Sander Earl - playing just his second rugby league game since 2013 - was up to the task.

    Another Papenhuyzen penalty goal with 10 minutes to go extended the lead to 12, as the Falcons ran down the clock and posted an important win.

    The Intrust Super Cup will break next weekend for representative round.

    Four Bears will be in action, with Pat Politoni, Blake Leary and Jamal Fogarty all selected to play for the Queensland Residents in the curtain raiser to State of Origin 2 on Sunday, while Luke Page will represent the PNG Kumuls in Saturday afternoon's Test match against Fiji.

    Bears quartet Tazmin Gray, Tallisha Harden, Rona Peters and Zahara Temara will also be on show during representative weekend, competing for Queensland in the Women's State of Origin game on Friday night.

    Full scoring details and final team lists available on QRL Live.

    SUNSHINE COAST FALCONS 16 (I Rutuva, J Olam tries R Papenhuyzen 4 goals) def BURLEIGH BEARS 4 (T Roberts-Davis try) at Pizzey Park.

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    Fogarty and Politoni injured in Residents game.

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    Titans players to go head-to-head in Burleigh Bears and Tweed Heads Seagulls clash
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    IT will all be on the line when up to eight Titans players take part in the traditionally fierce Burleigh versus Tweed Heads Intrust Super Cup derby at Pizzey Park on Sunday.

    With the rare scenario of both the Bears and Seagulls being firmly in the race for finals footy, there’ll be much more than just bragging rights up for grabs.

    Burleigh are the 2016 premiers who have led for much of the year until hitting a mid-year rough patch consisting of two straight losses and a wave of injuries.

    Tweed on the other hand enter the eagerly anticipated clash full of momentum on the back of eight wins from their past nine starts.

    Front-row: Burleigh’s Tyronne Roberts-Davis and Dallas Wells. Back-row: Tweed’s Ryan Simpkins, Kane Elgey, Leilani Latu, Kiah Cooper and Brendan Elliot. Picture: Gold Coast Titans
    They too have had a couple of forced changes for Round 16, however, with Bryce Cartwright’s broken hand on Thursday throwing a spanner into the works.

    With Morgan Boyle (Burleigh) expected to join the action, it leaves a likely scenario of three Titans in the Bears’ ranks against five in the Tweed line up.

    Five-eighth Dallas Wells, who earned a Gold Coast development contract after joining Burleigh midway through last year, is looking forward to going head-to-head with the blokes he is often sharing the same training paddock with.

    “It will be good playing against each other. All of these Titans players know each other’s strengths,” he said.

    “There has been a little bit of sledging but it’s all friendly.”

    As a regular Bear, Wells knows how much the rivalry means to both clubs. Burleigh have won the past five clashes between the sides, dating back to Tweed’s 50-4 victory in 2015.

    “Obviously it is rivalry round here,” said Wells, who will have extra responsibility following an ankle injury to halves partner Jamal Fogarty.

    “We have got Pagey (Luke Page), Matt White, Pat Politoni … we have got just as much experience as the Tweed boys do with the boys coming back from Titans so it is going to be a good clash.”

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    Burleigh won 34-16
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    Burleigh Bears regain Intrust Super Cup lead after defeating Tweed Heads Seagulls
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    TWEED Heads have missed a golden opportunity to gain the upper hand in the Intrust Super Cup’s Gold Coast derby after blowing a lead against a defiant Burleigh outfit.

    The Seagulls were in complete control at Pizzey Park on Sunday, holding a 16-0 lead before a seemingly regulation Sam Coster hit-up just before halftime sparked a run of six unanswered tries for the hosts.

    Coster took the ball from 10m out but squeezed between defenders to score a soft try and that was backed up two minutes later by a four-pointer to Bears pivot Dallas Wells to shoot down Tweed’s confidence.

    Burleigh went on to post a 34-16 victory to jump back to the top of the ladder.

    “If they were the better team on the day, you would probably walk away copping it a bit better but I just don’t know if that was necessarily the case,” said disappointed Seagulls coach Ben Woolf, who called on his players to be more ruthless.

    “I thought we showed early that we had enough to win the game.

    “If we win that game, we’re one win off (second place); instead we’re now out of the six. We’ve got poor for-and-against anyway so I think we are going to have win an extra game compared to everyone else to make the finals.

    “We need to bounce back, otherwise it can slip away from you very quickly.”

    For injury-hit Burleigh, the result snapped a two-game losing streak and maintained their perfect record against Tweed since 2015.

    Their depth may yet be further tested though, with initial fears Wells may have suffered a broken leg after being involved in a nasty collision with the goalpost while scoring. However, coach Jimmy Lenihan said on Sunday night that Wells is believed to have escaped without a fracture.

    Rookie forward Jesse Savage was also helped from the field after an alleged crusher tackle.

    “I don’t think there’s any problems with his spine but he certainly is very stiff and sore at the moment,” Lenihan said of Savage.

    Lenihan put the Bears’ revival down to improved discipline and reverting to the basics.

    Kai O’Donnell enjoyed a strong debut for the Bears while second-rower Matt Robinson was branded “brilliant” by his coach.

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    Interesting to see Dylan Pyhtian is know at Burleigh, there was some big wraps on him at the knights. Had some bad luck with a couple of knee injuries and a drug matter with a 12 game ban. Will be interesting to see how he goes he is a very talented player

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    Meanwhile, Henare Wells and Jai Whitbread are set to return for Burleigh’s Saturday blockbuster against Redcliffe at Dolphin Stadium but Tyronne Roberts-Davis (neck) is out.

    The 2016 grand final opponents will become the first ISC teams to play each other on 50 occasions.

    “I wasn’t aware of that (statistic) but it’s certainly one where it’s important not just for where your season sits but just to see how you measure yourself,” said Bears coach Jimmy Lenihan.

    “Redcliffe are one of those sides that are always generally a top three team so you generally get a good idea of how you’re travelling.”

    With Dallas Wells (leg) still out, Josh Rogers retains the No.7.

    “He is probably just starting to find his feet a bit recently so he’s been good,” Lenihan said.

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    Redcliffe Dolphins v Burleigh Bears at Dolphin Stadium, Saturday, July 14 – 1.10pm*
    (Live on Channel 9 QLD)

    Redcliffe Dolphins

    1. Tony Tumusa 2. Jeremy Hawkins 3. Tom Opacic 4. Moses Pangai 5. Josh Beehag 6. Bryce Donovan 7. Cameron Cullen (c) 8. Nathan Watts 9. Hugh Pratt 10. Sam Anderson 11. Toby Rudolf 12. Aaron Whitchurch 13. Jamil Hopoate 14. Scott Schulte 15. James Taylor 16. Tom Geraghty 17. Sheldon Pitama

    Coach: Adam Mogg

    Burleigh Bears

    1. Kurtis Rowe 2. Troy Leo 3. Justin Tavae 4. Joshua Berkers 5. Tyrone Roberts-Davis 6. Dylan Phythian 7. Josh Rogers 8. Luke Page (c) 9. Pat Politoni 10. Matt White 11. Hayden Schwass 12. Matthew Robinson 13. Sam Coster 14. Jeff Lynch 15. Toby McIntosh 16. Tyler Sparkes 17. Kai O’Donnell

    Coach: Jim Lenihan

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    Redcliffe Dolphins v Burleigh Bears at Dolphin Stadium, Saturday, July 14 – 1.10pm*
    Live on Channel 9 QLD – broadcast from 1pm
    Head-to-Head: Redcliffe 26 Burleigh 22 Drawn 1
    Twitter: #intrustsupercup #BEARSvPHINS

    • Second-placed Redcliffe plays third-placed Burleigh in an Intrust Super Cup blockbuster on Saturday afternoon.
    • Redcliffe, led by former Manly five-eighth Cameron Cullen, will welcome the home ground support as they look to continue their winning ways following a strong away effort against PNG last weekend.
    • They meet a Burleigh Bears outfit coming off a 28-24 loss to the Norths Devils.
    • PNG Kumuls forward Luke Page will captain the Burleigh team.
    • This will be the 50th game between these two sides - the first time this milestone has been reached in the Cup.
    • The recent results of both teams points to this one being a close one – the Dolphins have won five of their past six home games; while Burleigh have won five of their seven away games this year.


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    The Burleigh defensive communication has been nigh on non-existent ... Leo can run but there's not much else in the team except for Pythian. The basic execution has been dreadful and the errors woeful. Pretty disappointing.
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