2004: Burleigh Bears won the league from Redcliffe Dolphins, both finishing with 22 points. The Ipswich Jets and Wynnum-Manly both gained 31 points each.
In the playoffs, Wynnum eliminated Toowoomba 42-38 and Easts defeated Norths 35-18 to gain an advantage over them. Brisbane Norths then lost 18-36 to Wynnum and bowed out. Burleigh went into final when it overcame Brisbane Easts 17-16. Easts then thrashed Wynnum 50-24 to join them there. Burleigh then secured the double when it won the final 22-18.
2005: Only 11 teams competed this year. North Queensland was the top of the league with 34 points, from Norths (31), Burleigh (30) and Redcliffe well back on 24 points.
First up in the finals Redcliffe eliminated Toowoomba 23-22 and Burleigh accounted for Brisbane Norths 26-18 to jump a round. Norths again lost at the same point as last year 10-33 to Redcliffe and ended their season. North Queensland went to the final with a 22-6 win over Burleigh, so the latter had to beat Redcliffe 24-19 to also book a grand final berth. NQ won that 36-6.
2006: Toowomba was top dog in the league in what was to be their last season, with 32 points. North Queensland was second (30), and Redcliffe (28) third.
The elimination semi final saw Easts prevail over Tweed heads 12-4 while the qualifying s/f had Redcliffe defeating North Queensland 22-8. The next eliminator match involved Easts winning against NQ 22-8. The other game catapulted Toowoomba into the final at the expense of Redcliffe 56-22. Redcliffe had to make the final the hard way, beating Easts 30-16. Redcliffe got their revenge in the final, 27-6 against Toowoomba.
2007: North Queensland continued a good run with a first, second and now a first place in the league for 2007 with 34 points. Redcliffe was second (32), Tweed heads and Ipswich both procured 31 points each.
Ipswich avoided elimation by inflicting it on Easts 18-16. Redcliffe then edged past Tweed heads 22-18 to jump a round. Tweed bought a lifeline when ending Ipswich's season 40-14. Redcliffe made the final in defeating North Queensland 28-18. Tweed made it two losses for NQ when it won 34-10 and got to the grand final. In a shock result the NSW team Tweed heads took the final 28-18 over Redcliffe and took the title south of the border for the first time.
Summary: For the period, North Queensland (108 points) narrowly was the most successful from Redcliffe (107). Burleigh and Easts then came up behind them.
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