The Burleigh Bears have lost for the first time in 12 months, with newcomers Tweed scoring an upset 22-18 win in Round 4 of the SEQW Division 1 competition.
Playing in just their fourth game in the top grade, the Tweed Seagulls outpointed the four-time defending premiers five tries to four to claim their second win of the season.
Burleigh’s loss on Sunday ended a streak that lasted exactly 12 months - back to April 28, 2018 - when they went down to Easts Tigers 20-14.
Since then, the Bears won 13 games in-a-row, including last year’s grand final, their fourth in succession.
Tweed’s win was not only a big result for the competition’s newest team, but a statement on how tight the 2019 premiership race is shaping up to be.
New competition leaders, Wests Brisbane, remained unbeaten in Round 4, but only through a 22-22 draw with Souths Logan Magpies.
The Magpies have yet to claim a victory this season, coming agonisingly close with two tight losses and now a draw in their three appearances.
Toowoomba, meanwhile, remain the other winless team in the competition after going down to Brothers Ipswich.
The SEQW Division 1 competition will break as the region's Women's Emerging Camp takes place at Runaway Bay across this coming weekend.
Action will resume on Saturday May 11, with Round 5 fixtures to feature Easts vs Souths Logan, Wests Brisbane vs Burleigh and Tweed Heads vs Brothers Ipswich.
SEQW Division 1 Round 4 results
Souths Logan Magpies 22 drew with Wests Brisbane Panthers 22
Tweed Heads Seagulls 22 def Burleigh Bears 18
Brother Ipswich 42 def Toowoomba Valleys 16
Easts Tigers - bye
SEQW Division 1 Ladder
|1||Wests Brisbane Panthers||76||11|
|5||Tweed Heads Seagulls||-46||8|
|6||Souths Logan Magpies||-16||7|
SEQW Division 1 Round 5 Fixtures (May 11)
Easts Tigers v Souths Logan Magpies - Saturday, May 11 at Langlands Park, 2pm
Wests Brisbane Panthers v Burleigh Bears - Saturday May 11 at Frank Lind Oval, 3pm
Tweed Heads Seagulls v Brothers Ipswich - Saturday May 11 at Piggabeen Oval, 3pm
Toowoomba Valleys, bye