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    IS THE GAME STREAMED TODAY

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    Burleigh Bears: Gains and losses for season 2021
    https://www.qrl.com.au/news/2021/03/...r-season-2021/

    Defending premiers Burleigh Bears head into the 2021 season with some big shoes to fill, after star halfback Jamal Fogarty was signed up by Gold Coast Titans last year.

    The 2019 Petero Civoniceva Medal winner has subsequently been named as co-captain of the NRL club in a fitting reward for his talent and standing in the game both on the off the field.

    Despite this key loss, the Bears have for the most part retained many of the key personnel who helped frame their success, with coach Rick Stone adding to his squad with important signings.

    Exciting half Guy Hamilton has moved across from Souths Logan Magpies after helping steer Runaway Bay to the QTOP Gold Coast A Grade title last year.

    Former Tweed Seagulls skipper John Palavi has switched over to join with the Bears this season and will be a key forward presence for the team; as will NRL experienced prop Lloyd Perrett who was on the books at Wynnum Manly Seagulls last season.

    The Burleigh Bears will travel to Davies Park Sunday to take on Souths Logan Magpies in their Round 1 fixture.

    Burleigh Bears 2021 gains and losses
    Gains: Guy Hamilton (Souths Logan Magpies), Curtis Dansey-Smaller (Southport Tigers), Andre Niko (Canberra Raiders), Cory Denniss (South Sydney), John Palavai (Tweed Seagulls), Lloyd Perrett (Wynnum Manly Seagulls), Ngangarra Barker (Morpith Bulls)

    Losses: Jamal Fogarty (Gold Coast Titans), Jack Buchanon (retired), Tyler Szepanowski (Central Queensland Capras), Jayden Campbell (Gold Coast Titans / Tweed Seagulls), Josh Ailaomai (retired)

    *Submissions made by clubs and correct at time of publication.
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    Souths Logan Magpies v Burleigh Bears
    Round 1 of the Intrust Super Cup from Davies Park, Brisbane.

    FULL GAME > https://www.qrl.com.au/news/2021/03/...urleigh-bears/
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    Burleigh Bears 28
    Jonus Pearson 8'
    Josh Rogers 19'
    Jacob Hind 48'
    Josh Berkers 62'
    Cory Denniss 66'

    Goals (Conversions)
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    Josh Rogers 21'
    Josh Rogers 49'
    Josh Rogers 64'

    Mackay Cutters 14

    Josh Smith 4'
    Josh Smith 42'
    Shane Wright 58'

    Goals (Conversions)
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    Golly Burleigh destroyed 50-10 by Easts

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    Historic rivalry in Bears’ favour
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    Jamal Fogarty playing for the Tweed Seagulls.

    THE last time Tweed knocked off Burleigh in the Intrust Super Cup it was Jamal Fogarty steering the ship for the Seagulls.

    The Gold Coast Titans cocaptain and Bears premiership-winning halfback was pulling the strings against his future club when Tweed romped to a 50-4 win in Round 12, 2015.

    Fogarty joined Burleigh the following season and the Bears went on to defeat Redcliffe in the grand final.

    Since 2015 it’s been all oneway traffic in Burleigh’s favour

    – the Bears winning the next eight Cup encounters between the fierce rivals.

    It’s been a long time between drinks for the boys from Tweed, who have been swept by the Bears each year by an average margin of 19 points.

    In the most recent full season, Burleigh’s 2019 premiership-winning campaign, the Bears rolled to 32-4 and 42-6 thrashings at Tweed’s expense.

    That history and more makes for an enthralling narrative ahead of Saturday’s Rivalry Round meeting between the two clubs.

    Tweed captain Lamar Liolevave laughed when told about the recent record between the sides.

    “They’ve had bragging rights since 2015 – that’s pretty funny, I didn’t know that,” Liolevave said.

    “For as long as I’ve been at Tweed I’ve never beaten Burleigh and I think I’ve played every game since 2017.

    “We’ve come close a few times. I just want to win one.

    “I was even messaging some of their boys saying ‘give us the win’.”

    Despite their recent dire record against the Bears, Tweed will enter the Round 4 clash as an in-form favourite in the eyes of most pundits.

    Ben Woolf’s side sits in fifth spot with a 2-1 record and feeling confident following a 40-26 win over Souths Logan last weekend.

    Conversely, Burleigh stumbled to 1-2 when left embarrassed by the previously winless Brisbane Tigers, falling 50-10 at Langlands Park in what was the club’s worst Intrust Super Cup loss since a 46-4 defeat to the Mackay Cutters in Round 19, 2015.

    “I’ve played at Tweed for a while now and I know Burleigh

    – it doesn’t matter how they played the week before, they always turn up against us,” Liolevave said.

    “They’ll come out and try to bully us. We’re a younger team.

    “Hopefully we can play our game and go out there and get the result.”

    Eyes will be on young Seagulls fullback Jayden Campbell, who swapped from Burleigh in pre-season.

    Campbell had his best game of the season in the win against Souths Logan last weekend.

    “He’s definitely a talent and one to look out for,” Liolevave said. “Now that he has his confidence we saw last week what he can do. He put on a display for us.”

    Kick-off is 3.30pm at Piggabeen Sporting Complex.
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