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THIS past weekend (July 27) saw some of the most competitive games of the season however, most results went to form in the end.

In Division 1, fifth-placed Logan Brothers took on second place Burleigh, with the Bears only just managing to gain the two competition points with a final score of 30-26.

Fourth placed Wests Inala kept up the pace for much of the game against the first-placed Souths Logan in yet another close game, with the Magpies eventually taking the win with a score of 32-24.

In Division 2, third-placed Deception Bay ventured to Ipswich to take on the Swifts, who currently sit in fifth place. Deception Bay came out with the win defeating Swifts 30-12.

Second-placed Carina took on fourth-placed Wynnum Manly with Carina proving too strong, claiming the win with the biggest margin of the round with a final score of 58-8.

Beerwah and Aspley had the byes in their respective divisions.

With four weeks to play until the finals; the growing competitiveness throughout the competition has not gone unnoticed and there are some big games ahead, starting with the match-ups this weekend (August 3).

In Division 1, Burleigh will take on Souths Logan at Pizzey Park at 3.45pm. With only two competition points separating the standings of these two teams, there is great expectations surrounding this match.

Logan Brothers will take on Beerwah at Beerwah Sports ground at 4.30pm with Wests Inala sitting out with the bye.

In Division 2, Deception Bay will play Carina at Deception Bay Sports Ground at 4.30pm. Only one point separates these two teams on the ladder so it should be a close game between evenly-matched opponents. Aspley will play the Swifts at Kirby Park at 4.30pm, while Wynnum Manly will have the bye.

Current competition points:

Division 1

1. Souths Logan (27), 2. Burleigh (25), 3. Beerwah (22), 4. Wests Inala (18), 5. Logan Brothers (12)

Division 2

1. Aspley (22), 2. Carina (14) 3. Deception Bay (13), 4. Wynnum Manly (7), 5. Swifts (2)
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