The Redcliffe Dolphins secured the 2016 minor premiership in stunning fashion, posting an imposing 74-6 win over the Tweed Heads Seagulls in the final round of the Intrust Super Cup competition.
The Seagulls started well enough at the game played at Dolphin Oval and posted the first try of the match with the competition's all-time leading try scorer Nat Barnes doing what he does best in the fifth minute.
However - from that point on, it was the Dolphins show as the home side put on an attacking masterclass for the Saturday night crowd.
Leading 40-6 at the break, Redcliffe didn't take their foot off the pedal the second, running in a further six tries.
Centre Dan Randall capped off an impressive game running in for four tries, while halfback Darren Nicholls scored two tries and booted 11 goals for an individual points haul of 30.
The result helped Nicholls to a seaon tally of 258 points which sees him secure the Intrust Super Cup's Leading Point Scorers honour.
Next weekend, the Phins will have Week 1 of the finals off and will meet the Burleigh Bears in Week 2 of the finals for a spot in the September 25 grand final at Suncorp Stadium.
REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS 74 (Daniel Randall 4, Darren Nicholls 2, Jonus Pearson 2, Christopher Gesch, Daniel Bridge, Aaron Whitchurch, Christian Hazard, Jack Ahearn tries; Darren Nicholls 11 goals) def TWEED HEADS SEAGULLS 6 (Nathanael Barnes try; Michael Burgess goal) at Dolphin Oval.