A scrappy win for the Brothers
ISIS DEVILS GO DOWN AT SALTER OVAL
Waves Tigers to secure the minor premiership for the first time in the club’s history.
The killer centre-wing combination of Hervey Bay’s left side could be their biggest weapon come finals.
Centre Tye Ingebrigtsen and winger Billy Stefaniuk showed why the left side was the Seagulls’ potent weapon. The pair scored nine tries between them. grand final glory.
Earlier, Easts Magpies scored an upset 34-16 win against Wests Panthers.
Three tries to Ross Larson helped Easts post just its third win of the season.
On Saturday, Hervey Bay Seagulls turned Stafford Park into a scene of celebration.
The Seagulls scored 20 tries in a 110-0 romp against kicked a goal in last week’s 44-10 loss to Hervey Bay Seagulls to move to 196.
Four goals in Sunday’s game had him reach 204 points.
“Jake is really important to us,” Holdsworth said.
“He’s had a massive year and when he’s not there it really shows,” he said.
Holdsworth said the side would need to tighten up its defence in its push for concentration throughout the game (that) are costing us.”
Holdsworth paid tribute to fullback Jake Carl, who broke the 200-point barrier during the game.
Carl hit 190 points four weeks ago, but unavailability and a Brothers bye had the club’s preferred goal kicker sidelined for two weeks.
He scored a try and win, but coming into the finals, if we want to be competitive we’ll need to be playing better than that,” he said.
Holdsworth said defensively the side had been exceptional all season but had lost its edge in recent weeks.
“There was 20 minutes of that second half where we were disgraceful,” he said.
“It’s just lapses in IT MAY not have been pretty, but Past Brothers are back in the winner’s circle after a scrappy win against Isis Devils at Salter Oval on Sunday. .
Despite the 32-24 win, Brothers lock Bryce Holdsworth described it as one of the worst games the club has played this year.
“We played really bad,” Holdsworth said.
“We did well to get the