Saavanah Bourke – Seagulls Reporter


In one of the most unpredictable seasons of rugby league, the Gold Coast Airport women’s Seagulls have tackled every challenge thrown their way.


With the bronze medal in reach, the girl Gulls have shown just what a little bit of consistency can do.


“it’s a shame it’s finishing now because we are just finding our strengths,” coach Mike Castle said.


All Mike wants for his team now, is to finish on a high.


“At one point it didn’t look like we would play at all,” he said.


“We were on then we were off, it’s been a nightmare.


“I’m hoping we can finish on a high and take that into next year.”


Still with plenty to prove, the Seagulls know they will be leaving the field with nothing left to give ahead of Saturday’s podium decider against the West Brisbane Panthers.


“The girls tend to make a mistake and drop their heads,” Seagulls Chelsea Baker said.


“We will really be concentrating on handling our errors and getting that bit of confidence back,” she said.


With both sides winning one half each in last week’s full game, the Gulls will have to be in full form if they want to seal the deal once and for all.


An unchanged side will square up against the Panthers at Pizzey Park on Saturday, kicking off at 12.30pm.

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Posted by Tweed Seagulls RLFC on Friday, 4 September 2020