2019 QLD Premier Rugby Season Preview: Brothers

Grand final appearances in eight of the 10 grades, four premierships and a Doughty Shield club championship win too - holistically, Brothers’ Queensland Premier Rugby campaign was nothing short of remarkable. But a seventh finish in the top grade was anti-climatic and, in director of rugby Ryan Schultz’s eyes, disappointing. While the proud club’s goal is to remain a force as a whole, he says there’s been a big push to ensure their premier grade outfit shares in the success in 2019. Overview with Ryan Schultz “Brothers are a very proud club so to finish seventh (in the top grade) was obviously disappointing, but the positive was obviously the success of the rest of the grades with the grand final appearances and winning the Doughty Shield,” Schultz said. “We’ve really utilised 2018 at the premier grade level as a learning opportunity and we’re hoping to be bigger and better for it. “There wasn’t really a lot that went wrong or directly influenced
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