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A favourite son will return to Tweed Heads next season, with Damien Sironen heading the list gains for the Seagulls in season 2017.

The forward comes back to the club following a successful 2016 which saw his team the Illawarra Cutters claim the Intrust Super Premiership on NRL grand final day. 

His arrival will soften the blow of the departure of Seagulls Player of the Year Will Bugden who has left the club to pursue an opportunity up north with the Northern Pride.

Another signing who is no stranger to the Gold Coast region is Lamar Liolevave from the Bulldogs who spent his younger years with Keebra Park.

Tweed Heads Seagulls 2017 Gains and Losses

Gains: Damian Sironen (Illawarra Cutters), Lamar Liolevave (Bulldogs), Nick Harrold (Wynnum Manly Seagulls), Mackenzie Reid (Easts Tigers), Talor Walters (Melbourne Storm NYC), Jack Cook (Melbourne Storm NYC), Adam Barnes (Tugun)

Losses: Will Bugden (Northern Pride), Cory Blair (retired)

Where they finished in 2016: 13th

2017 coach: Aaron Zimmerle

2017 CEO: Scott Clark (replacing Shaun McRae)

QRL Media are featuring the gains and losses for the 2017 season for each of the Intrust Super Cup clubs in coming weeks. Stay tuned to to see all the player movement!  

Redcliffe Dolphins Gains and Losses
Mackay Cutters Gains and Losses
Norths Devils Gains and Losses 
Northern Pride Gains and Losses
Easts Tigers Gains and Losses
Souths Logan Magpies Gains and Losses
CQ Capras Gains and Losses
Sunshine Coast Falcons Gains and Losses
Burleigh Bears Gains and Losses