Tugun Seahawks

Tugun Seahawks
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Club information
Full nameTugun-Coolangatta Seahawks RLFC
Colours     Blue
     White
Founded1978
Current details
Ground(s)
CompetitionNorthern Rivers Regional Rugby League
Gold Coast Rugby League
Records
Premierships2 (2007, 2013)

The Tugun Seahawks are a rugby league club based in the Gold Coast suburb of Tugun. Their home ground (Betty Diamond Complex) is adjacent to Gold Coast Airport and their colours are Blue & White.

The Seahawks' first season in the Gold Coast Rugby League competition was in 1978 and they made the 1st grade grand final in their inaugural season but lost the game to Nerang Roosters 26-5. They tasted their first 1st grade title in 1985 when Tugun accounted for Beaudesert 31-10.

It took another 19 years for the Seahawks claim a second 1st grade title. After finishing runners up in both 2002 & 2003, Tugun enjoyed success in 2004 by downing Tweed Heads 39-10 in the Gold Coast -Group 18 Grand Final. The competition disbanded at the end of this year and the Seahawks joined the Mixwell Cup and the Gold Coast competition in 2005.

Tugun enjoyed considerable success in the Mixwell A Grade Cup finishing 6th out of 11 teams but often struggled to field teams in Colts and finished second last.

Notable Juniors

Notable First Grade Players that have played at Tugun Seahawks include:

See also

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