2018 QLD Premier Rugby Review: Wests

The 2018 season started with some promise for Wests but three straight close losses saw their year drag on and let’s be honest it was pretty tough going for a club more used to winning than coming second. They finished eight, one up from b bottom placed Sunnybank but there was some upside to their year and their play off unstructured ball gave them points. But that’s not going to see you win consistently in the QLD Premier Rugby competition and there is much work to do. Here is what coach Patrick Byron thought of their 2018 season: With hindsight, how do you look back on the season?  With frustration, and disappointment. It was disappointing not to kick on after making some big improvements in 2017. At the start of the year, we genuinely thought we were in a good place, however after a couple of close loses, and losing players overseas to pursue their rugby careers, plus some injuries to key players, the team that we were building, changed significantly. I thought
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