The PNG Hunters had traveled to Piggabeen to the scene of their biggest ever loss, a heavy 64-28 defeat back in 2014.
That was the only time Tweed Heads had managed to defeat the Hunters in five encounters. However, the Seagulls came incredibly close to an upset back in Round 3 at the National Football Stadium, with only a late Noel Zeming conversion making the difference.
In recent weeks, the Hunters have returned to their bad old days in the competition where they struggle to win away from home.
They rectified that last year but this year they have again found it hard to defeat teams in Australia and have lost their past four away games.
Hunters however, are looking to bounce back as they gear up with a strong side to crunch the Tweed Heads after their loss last weekend against the Norths Devils.
The PNG side is currently fourth on the ladder, playing 13th-place Tweed heads tomorrow at Piggabeen Sports Complex at 2.05pm.
PNG Hunters team;
1. Oti Tony (Bland Abavu) 2. William Aquila 3. Justin Olam 4. Thompson Teteh 5. Adex Wera 6. Ase Boas 7. Watson Boas 8. Enock Maki 9. Wartovo Puara Jnr 10. Esau Siune 11. Edward Goma 12. Adam Korave (c) 13. Timothy Lomai 14. Warren Glare 15. Atte Bina 16. Brandy Peter 17. Butler Morris 18. Gahuna Silas 19. Benjamin Hetra
Coach: Michael Marum