In the first half, the Hunters scored three unanswered tries to lead 16 - 0. In the second half, the Seagulls were first to score, however, the ball could find the uprights and they trailed 16 - 4. The Hunters extended the lead with a penalty goal to 18 - 4 after a foul play from the Seagulls. The Hunters scored another try through Amean to extend the lead to 24 - 4..
The Seagulls fought back with a consolation try to reduce the margin to 24 - 10. The Hunters won 24 - 10 at full time.
The Hunters will return home to take on Tweed Head Seagulls at the National Football Stadium next weekend .