Tweed Seagulls lifted to claim their first points of the competition.
Each week, QRL.com.au will publish a Holcim Cup team of the week made up of outstanding performances by players in the competition each round.
4. Abelee Stanley – Tweed Seagulls
A two-try performance from the Tweed young gun helped seal important back-to-back wins for the Seagulls. With some powerful runs and good awareness on the field, Stanley provided plenty of spark.
6. Chelsea Baker – Tweed Seagulls
Baker has played in numerous different positions in the past few weeks, but clicked into another gear in Round 4 at five-eighth, proving a great foil for halves partner Tarryn Aiken. Baker also crossed for a try of her one in the win over Easts Tigers and slotted some difficult conversions.
7. Tarryn Aiken – Tweed Seagulls
Aiken has been impressive throughout the Holcim Cup tournament, but stepped it up in Round 4 to lift Tweed to post their first wins of the competition. As well as scoring a double in the victory over Easts and providing a try assist, her energy and intent in both games also provided a boost for her side.
9. Lailee Phillips – Tweed Seagulls
The Tweed rake was a key performer for her team, showing great involvement and energy to help push the Seagulls pack forward. She was also active in defence in a well-organised side.
12. Jessika Elliston – Tweed Seagulls
Great effort from one of the more experienced Tweed forwards, who can be counted on to put on a wholehearted performance. In attack, her footwork was an asset as she cut her way in between defenders.