WINS to the Wynnum Manly Seagulls and Redcliffe Dolphins FOGS Colts teams last weekend saw the two sides hold their positions on the top of the competition ladder.
FOLLOWING weeks of dominance in the FOGS Cup competition – the Easts Tigers suffered their first loss for the season last weekend with a strong Redcliffe Dolphins side halting their unbeaten run.
THE Norths Devils hosted the Ipswich Jets in the FOGS Cup last weekend – and there were a few more interested faces in the crowd than usual at Bishop Park.
IN a powerful showing, the Easts Tigers proved too strong for Tweed Heads Seagulls, running out convincing 40-18 victors in their FOGS Colts match at Kevin Bycroft field on Sunday morning.
THE off-season break has done nothing to sap the winning ways of the Easts Tigers FOGS Cup side, with last year’s premiership-winning side starting off the new season with three straight wins.
BURLEIGH halfback Todd Seymour has been suspended for one match after accepting an early plea (Grade 1 striking).
DEFENDING FOGS Cup premiers Easts Tigers got their season off to the best possible start with a 26-18 win over Souths Logan in their round 1 match-up last weekend.
LAYING it out on the table, season 2012 was not a particularly happy one for the Burleigh Bears Colts side.
WHILE most of the trial matches scheduled for the weekend in Queensland’s southeast were washed out due to the weather – further north games went ahead as planned.
ALL Intrust Super Cup clubs bar the Tweed Heads Seagulls will play their final trial matches this weekend before taking a week off before the start of the competition.