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Pride upset Bears and Tweed down Capras in Saturday action

Saturday's Round 13 Indigenous Round action saw some great games played in the Hostplus Cup, with a few upsets and close matches providing entertainment for fans.

The Northern Pride posted a big upset, downing the top-of-the-table Burleigh Bears in their match at Barlow Park.

Shawn Bowen crossed in the 77th minute to put his side in front late in the game, with the Pride outscoring the Bears five tries to four in their 26-22 win.

Earlier in the day, Ipswich Jets posted their first back-to-back wins since 2019 after upsetting the PNG Hunters.

Ricco Falaniko and Denzel Burns both scored doubles as the Jets put together a strong performance to please their home fans. 

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At the Sunshine Coast, the Falcons fought back to claim a come-from-behind victory against Townsville Blackhawks.

Falcons fullback Luke Polselli crossed twice as the Sunshine Coast got back on track at home.  

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File image of Tweed Seagulls in action. Photo: Dylan Parker / QRL
File image of Tweed Seagulls in action. Photo: Dylan Parker / QRL

A strong first-half showing from Tweed Seagulls was enough for the side to post their seventh win of the season after getting the better of Central Queensland Capras 18-12.

The Seagulls travelled to Browne Park in Rockhampton to take on the in-form Capras and started well, with Will Brimson posting a try in the 12th minute.

While the Capras mounted a comeback late in the game, it wasn't enough, with a penalty goal in the 63rd minute the only points for Tweed in the second half.

Round 13 action continues tomorrow, Sunday, July 3, with Souths Logan Magpies taking on Mackay Cutters, Brisbane Tigers hosting Redcliffe Dolphins in the feature match of the round and Norths Devils at home to Wynnum Manly Seagulls. 

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