2017 QLD Premier Rugby Season Preview: GPS

By Michael Atkinson It’s been more than 20 long years since Jeeps won their last premiership. In 2013 they came close, but went down to Easts in the final 27-22 . There is no doubt that the longevity of this premiership drought nags at every player and supporter of the Green and Blue. The past two seasons have been below par in terms of ladder positions for this proud club, however, there is renewed hope for 2017. Former Queensland Reds and Jeeps prop Anthony Mathison has returned as head coach; fresh from helping Brothers to the 2016 Premier Rugby title. With him he has brought a new coaching team, some new players and helped reinvigorate the existing stocks at Yoku Road. Last year's results: 6th (7 wins, 9 losses) Ins/outs: Ins: AJ Alatimu (Perth Spirit), Leaoni Mulikahaamea (Perth Spirit), Eric Vasukicacau (Perth Spirit), Ma’alonga Konelio (Perth Spirit), Noah Tuqiri (Fiji), Pat Smith (sabbatical), Anthony Mathison (Brothers, Head Coach), Elwee Prinsloo (Perth, Assistan
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