FROM pre-game meals to car pooling to matches, David and Jonny Still are in it together.

The Yeppoon brothers were brimming with pride on Saturday night when they ran out onto the rugby league field for their first A-grade match together and ensured the special moment was one to remember.

The Still duo turned up the intensity from the first buzzer to the last and the pair was hailed as fundamental in the Yeppoon Seagulls 38-16 triumph over Norths Chargers at Webb Park in round 11 of the Rockhampton Rugby League competition.

Eldest of the pair, 20-year-old David, said the milestone match was one neither would forget.

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"It was pretty cool to play together. We've played together before but not in A grade," David said.

"We have played rugby league since we were about five or six. My dad used to play and then my older brother got into it and then we did. We always watched it on the TV and stuff as well.

"He (Jonny) usually plays in the second row or front row and I play in the second row or lock so we help each other out on the field a bit.

"Jonny turned 18 last Thursday so it was pretty big for him to be playing in A grade, especially in the front row."

ROCKY RUGBY LEAGUE

Round 11

Yeppoon Seagulls 38 def Norths Chargers 16

Rocky Brothers 56 def Fitzroy Gracemere Sharks 16

LADDER: Yeppoon Seagulls 16, Biloela 11, Norths 9, Brothers 9, Fitzroy Gracemere Sharks 3

David said the game was a tough challenge and with another big encounter against Biloela this week, he was relying on his little brother's size to help the Seagulls across the line.

"It was a good win and one of the hardest games we've had so far this year. Both teams were playing to win," he said.

"It's going to be a hard game (against Biloela) especially defence wise and with their big crowd out there. I'm not looking forward to the cold either.

"Jonny's my little brother but he's bigger than me; he's got about 10kg or so on me."



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