Last HOME Game of The Year

The Gold Coast Gliders and the LeGassick Goannas face off against archrivals the South West Pirates this Sunday afternoon at TSS for their last home game of the regular season.

For the Gold Coast Gliders, the post season is no longer a possibility but are absolutely committed to finishing the season on a high note.

“No question,” Gliders head coach Chris Riches said in response.

“We have had an up and down season but I am extremely happy with how we have continually improved, at times showed signs of absolute brilliance and the fact that we fight out every game until the very end.” He concluded.

The LeGassick Goannas just need to win.

That’s the equation and not needing other results to go their way.

“I’d rather just win the game so we don’t have to wait around and hope for other teams to lose or results to go our way,” Goannas head coach Mick Conlon said.

Heading into the final round this weekend, the Ipswich Force have an 8 – 8 record and face off against Maroochydore and Caloundra.

The Goannas have a 9 – 8 record and host the Pirates.

If the Goannas lose on Sunday, and Ipswich win both their road games, they are in the finals and the Goannas miss out.

If Ipswich split their last two games and the Goannas win, Goannas are in and Ipswich miss out as the Goannas have defeated the Force twice this season.

If the Force lose both their games and the Goannas lose also, the Goannas advance.

The bottom line is, WIN THE GAME and the Goannas advance to the playoffs for the second straight year.

Come out and show your appreciation to the Gold Coast Gliders and the LeGassick Goannas in their final home game of the year and let’s pack out TSS stadium.

All new Gold Coast Blazes players will be in attendance as well as Titans captain Scott Prince.

The Explosive QBL Action tips off at midday followed by the mens game at 2pm.




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