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WHILE they were pipped at the post by one point on the scoreboard in their Intrust Super Cup match against the Devils the Tweed Heads Seagulls could not be happier with their result off the field last weekend.

Last Sunday marked the official handover of the newly-renovated clubhouse the Piggabeen Community Sports Centre to the community and club officials were thrilled with the outcome.

The project was completed with help from the Tooheys New Crew and local volunteers and was done in collaboration with the Tweed Council and NSW Government and the NRL.

The Tooheys New Crew, led by Paul The Chief Harragon, is a team of skilled professional tradies working with NSW communities to complete local building projects.

See the video from the official handover under Related Items.

This weekend, the Seagulls will host their Benefit Luncheon at the Rainbow Bay Surf Club where they will be raising money for the Children's Ward at Tweed Heads Hospital with a silent auction of the yellow playing jerseys from their recent match against Norths Devils.

For more information, telephone the football office on (07) 5587 9066 or email

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