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THE Easts Tigers have a 24 point lead over the Norths Devils in the race for the Spotless Services Club Championship.

However, the Devils can still catch the Tigers, who have byes in the FOGS Cup and Colts competitions this weekend.

The Devils play Burleigh in Colts and Intrust Super Cup on Sunday, providing them with an opportunity to pick up 14 points if they win both matches.

The maximum points on offer for the Tigers this weekend is 10, but they must beat heavyweights the Northern Pride to add to their tally.


Easts Tigers - 264

Norths Devils - 240

Redcliffe Dolphins - 236

Wynnum Manly Seagulls - 199

Ipswich Jets - 175

Souths Logan Magpies - 122

Leading scorers update

Leading scorers after Round 22

'Return to Langlands' - FREE ENTRY!

The gates will be open at Langlands Park for the Tigers final regular season home game against Souths Logan on Sunday, September 1.

The club will be hosting the 'Return to Langlands Day' to celebrate the tradition and history of Easts home ground.

Proudly sponsored by Easts Leagues Club, it will be FREE ENTRY for all spectators.

Weve now got 80 years of history behind us and were looking to recoginse that and hopefully make the day an annual event, Chief Executive Officer Des Morris said.

Itll be great to catch up with all former players and people who have been involved with the club. It represents a great opportunity to show your support for the Tigers as we look to push into finals footy.

The club is also hosting a reunion on Saturday, August 31 for all members of the 1972, 77, 78, 83 and 91 premiership winning squads.

If you were a part of those teams and want to reminisce about the good old days, make sure you contact the club on (07) 3397 5710 or for more information.

Game Day schedule

Colts v Souths Logan - 10:30am

FOGS Cup v Ipswich - 12:15pm

Intrust Super Cup v Souths Logan - 2:00pm
Acknowledgement of Country

Queensland Rugby League respects and honours the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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