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    Well done Tweed taking down Burleigh yesterday

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    Round 4 highlights: Tweed v Burleigh
    https://www.qrl.com.au/news/2021/04/...ed-v-burleigh/
    It is always a hard-fought clash when Tweed Seagulls and Burleigh Bears meet and it was no different for XXXX Rivalry Round. Video: Harry Lee / QRL
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    Six years and eight games later, Tweed have finally ended Burleigh drought
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    A dour defensive effort from Ben Woolf’s team produced a stirring victory – and piled more pain on the Bears.

    THE BURLEIGH bunny is no longer a cross for Tweed to bear, after the Seagulls produced their best effort of the season to end a six-year losing streak at the weekend.

    The ignominy of eight straight losses to the Bears, predating every player who took the field on Saturday, was finally put to bed in Tweed’s gritty 16-12 victory at Piggabeen.

    Joe Vuna put the hosts ahead with 10 minutes to play and the Seagulls held on in the face of a desperate Bears pack to record what could well be a season-defining win for Tweed.

    “I think we were as physical as I’ve seen our team,” coach Ben Woolf said.

    “The whole forward pack – the whole crew really – got stuck in and gave it to them on defence which helped decide the game.

    “It was a really pleasing (win), especially the way we won. (Burleigh) turned up to play.

    “It was a bit scrappy at times, but I think we only missed 11 tackles for the game. That showed how hard we worked and dug in for each other.”

    Fetuli Talanoa’s try in the corner just minutes from the break, in his first game of the year, produced the only points of a first half that on balance the Bears should have won.

    With Toby Sexton sent to the sin bin Tweed was forced to defend a man down during a key period in the first half and it was telling that Burleigh could not capitalise.

    Conversely it was Tweed who failed to convert chances in the second half, and when Burleigh crossed through Cory Denniss and Kurtis Rowe the Bears appeared poised to continue the curse on Tweed.

    That was until Sexton, returned from his stint on the sideline, won himself a poacher’s try before Vuna scored the go-ahead points.

    “We had a lot of possession against us in the first half … to go up 4-nil was massive for our guys,” Woolf said.

    “We ended up getting a couple of tries off kicks (but) I think it was through effort and willingness to defend that won us the game in the end.

    “Joe Vuna was very physical. Sam McIntyre was our best – he played big minutes, was aggressive and willing and really took it to them.

    “Fetuli Talanoa hadn’t played any footy this year so for him to come on a wing and have 20 carries … when we were under pressure he put his hand up for us.”

    Woolf welcomed what the breakthrough win meant for the Seagulls’ season – and the end to Tweed’s Burleigh curse.

    “In my time we hadn't beaten them. There’s been a few close games … it was definitely good to get the win over them,” he said.

    “I’m sure it hurt them as well.”
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    Round 2 highlights: Tweed v Burleigh
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    A strong rivalry has already been established between Tweed Seagulls and Burleigh Bears in the BHP Premiership. Video: Harry Lee / QRL
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    Yew we beat Redcliffe away from home

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    Jayden Campbell was very very good for Tweed

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    Dolphins v Tweed - Intrust Super Cup match highlights - Round 5, 2021
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    Tremain Spry played yesterday in Seagulls win over Ipswich

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    Walters gets hat-trick in Tweed win over Ipswich
    https://www.qrl.com.au/news/2021/05/...-over-ipswich/

    It may be Mothers’ Day tomorrow but the mums of the Tweed Seagulls have unwrapped their two points tonight with a win over the Ipswich Jets at the North Ipswich Reserve.

    The Seagulls started with all the possession and field position.

    On the back of three penalties and a repeat set, the Seagulls sent to the right and found an unmarked Talor Walters, scoring his third try this season. Lindon McGrady added two points to his tally of 44 points this year and Tweed had the perfect start.

    It turned out six points wasn’t the perfect start and the Jets did two better.

    The Jets went down the other end and on the last tackle Josh Cleeland put through a kick and it was captain Nat Neale who not only scored his 35th try, but his first eight-point try. Cleeland happily potted the four points and the Jets had the lead 8-6.

    Cleeland continued to keep the pressure on the Seagulls with his goal kicking and brought up his 21st goal this season with two points.

    The Jets were on the other side of the ill-discipline when Seb Pandia earned a 10 minute break in the sin bin.

    It was Nat Neale again busting the Seagulls and surging downfield to find Tyler Coburn, who scored his first Intrust Super Cup try in game seven for the Jets.

    Cleeland added the extra point and the Jets opened up a lead of 16-6 with five minutes until half-time.

    As fatigue set in, penalties became more rampant and when the eighth penalty for the half was given it was Cleeland who calmly added two points and his third penalty goal.

    Tweed went to the break on a positive when the Seagulls found the ball in good attacking territory Lee Turner scored in the left-hand corner to record his fourth try in game number six this season. At half-time the Jets had the led 18-10.

    Whatever Keiron Lander said at half-time, Julian Christian was listening when he stepped off both feet and scored under the posts to record his 23rd try for the Jets and maintain his 100 per cent record of six tries in six games in 2021. Cleeland added another two points and the Jets led 24-10.

    On the back of a Jets error with a loose pass, Tweed were straight back with Walters scoring his second try over on the right-hand side.

    Tweed kept the scoreboard moving when a bomb wasn’t detonated by the Jets and it was tapped back by McGrady for interchange forward Luke Burton to score under the posts.

    It was Tweed again with three tries in 12 minutes on the back of three sets in a row and super sub Burton had his second try to level with the Jets. McGrady put Tweed ahead for the first time since the fifth minute with his conversion and a 26-24 lead.

    The last ten minutes was both teams searching for the answer to end the game it was Tweed that ended the search with the third try to Walters, notching up the 100-points milestone. Tweed threw the ball out to the right and the right winger scored in the corner.

    The Jets had a penalty with one minute to go and Cleeland took the two points to give the Jets a chance to score a converted try with one minute to go; this left the Jets 20 seconds to score and draw the game but the hooter sounded and Seagulls had the win, 32-26.

    Tweed winger and three-try hero Walters was ecstatic.

    “It was a strange game with errors and penalties but we just knew if we kept the ball we could grind it out and find the outcome,” Walters said.

    “It’s been a while since I scored three tries but nice to get on the end of the ball movement and get over.

    “Always tough coming to Ipswich so we will take that and keep going forward.”

    Tweed face Northern Pride in Round 7.
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    Round 6 highlights: Jets v Seagulls
    Talor Walters treble proved the difference for the Tweed Seagulls over Ipswich Jets.
    https://www.qrl.com.au/news/2021/05/...ts-v-seagulls/
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