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Auswide Bank Mal Meninga Cup finals teams decided

After an exciting final round of matches - the four teams to contest this year's Auswide Bank Mal Meninga Cup finals have been decided.

Wynnum Manly Seagulls and Souths Logan Magpies were both assured a spot in the finals before the weekend kicked off - however; the Magpies were the only side to go through the regular season undefeated after they beat the Northern Pride 38-8 on Saturday night. 

Their draw with Norths Devils in Round 3 was their closest result so far; meaning the Davies Park based team finished ahead of the Wynnum Manly Seagulls to claim top spot on the ladder.

The Seagulls suffered a tight 23-22 final round loss to the Burleigh Bears at Pizzey Park in an upset result. Bears halfback Ryan Rivett scored a try, kicked three conversions and crucially - a 68th minute field goal - to help his side finish their season on a high.

Before Round 6 - the Falcons, Tigers, Tweed Seagulls, Devils and Jets were all in the jostle for the final two spots.

However, a 34-24 win to the Sunshine Coast eliminated the Tigers from contention. Played at Kawana Sports Ground, centre Jake Aiken scored a double in the win.

The final place in the finals was sealed by the Tweed Seagulls after they produced a dominate shutout of the Mackay Cutters with a 72-0 result on Saturday afternoon.

Kade Hill, Xavier Coates, Reece Walsh and Solomon Torrens all scored doubles; while halfback Toby Sexton scored a try and kicked 10 conversions from 13 attempts.

The competition will take a break for the Easter Weekend this week before the finals kick off in the weekend of April 27-28.

The finals venues and times are yet to be confirmed; but will be released on in coming days.

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