Brisbane Boys’ College ticked some serious boxes this year and they certainly established their status as one of the Queensland GPS competition’s heavyweights, particularly by breaking a 34-year drought with their win over Nudgee at Ross Oval, but even so, coach Shane Drahm admitted their second finish was somewhat hollow.
They finished just one point adrift of TSS on the standings and in the end their three-point loss to the eventual undefeated champions in round six proved the difference between winning and losing that title.
Still, the future looks bright at BBC, with the 2019 season adding to the strong foundation now in place at the school.
OVERVIEW WITH SHANE DRAHM:
“In context of BBC it was a great season. Considering we came into the season not thinking we were the best side I think we achieved some pretty amazing things,” Drahm said.
“It was the first time the first XV has won seven games in a season and we were close to that premiership but there is s