Tweed Heads Seagulls vs Northern Pride

1:40 pm




Two of the competition’s three bottom sides meet at Piggabeen for the Intrust Super Cup’s TV game for the weekend.

The Seagulls, who have lost 6 in a row since beating the Hunters in Port Moresby, need one win at minimum to get off the bottom of the intrust Super Cup ladder. A good start will be this weekend at home to the Northern Pride who aren’t in great form themselves, having only won once since Round 10.

A win will see Tweed and the Pride on the same amount of points, but the Pride have plenty of advantage with their far superior for and against. So whilst the TV game features teams at the bottom of the ladder there’s still plenty to play for.

Matthew Musumeci is a name to keep an eye on at the back, as the fullback has been quoted as a Billy Slater type player, and has been plucked from the local Cairns competition.


Tweed Heads Seagulls

1. Jayden Baker 2. Brayden McGrady 3. James Wood 4. Kurtis McDonald 5. Peter Lee 6. Lindon McGrady 22. Phoenix Hunapo 8. Carne Doyle-Manga 9. Samuel Meskell (c) 10. Ben Nakubuwai 11. Lamar Manuel-Liolevave 12. Tristan Lumley 14. Nicholas Harrold 13. Keegan Hipgrave 15. Samuel Saville 16. Sam Carson 20. Jenan Parrish

Coach: Aaron Zimmerle

Northern Pride

1. Matthew Musumeci 2. Marcus Jensen 3. Gideon Gela-Mosby 4. Bradley Stephen 5. Shawn Bowen 6. Jordan Biondi-Odo 7. Jack Campagnolo 8. Jack Brock 9. Ryan Ghietti 10. Sheldon Powe-Hobbs 11. Colin Wilkie 12. Tom Hancock 13. Graham Clark 14. Connor Jones 15. Keelan White 16. Aidan Day 17. Brad Lupi

Coach: Ty Williams


Piggabeen Sports Complex
1 Carramar Dr, Tweed Heads West NSW 2485, Australia