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The top two teams of the season, the Norths Devils and Wynnum Manly Seagulls, will face off in the Intrust Super Cup Grand Final this Sunday at Moreton Daily Stadium in Redcliffe, with both sides lifted by the hopes of their fans who are hungry to experience premiership glory.

For the Devils, the will be looking to end one of the longest droughts in Intrust Super Cup history, with the club last winning a title back in 1998, whilst for Wynnum Manly will be looking to win their first title since their 2011, 2012 double.

Kicking off at 3:45pm Queensland time, the match will be televised on Channel 9 in Queensland, Fox League, Kayo and 9Now.

Sunday’s game will be the second consecutive Grand Final played in Redcliffe, with the 2019 final between the Burleigh Bears and Wynnum Manly the last played in front of a capacity crowd.

The Intrust Super Cup Final will feature 13 players with National Rugby League experience, including Selwyn Cobbo, one of the game’s most exciting young talents. The impressive Seagulls fullback, who played seven NRL matches this year, is part of a backline that includes fellow Broncos squad members David Mead, Jesse Arthars and Richard Kennar.

Norths have no shortage of firepower in their line-up as well. Like the Seagulls, they boast a host of proven Intrust Super Cup performers, as well as five players with NRL experience. Two of them – halfback Tyrone Roberts and hooker Danny Levi – have more played more than 100 NRL games.

Norths Devils (1) v Wynnum Manly Seagulls (2)
Wynnum Manly 26, Norths Devils 20, drawn 2
Head-to-head in finals: Wynnum Manly 2, Norths Devils 0