2019 QLD Premier Rugby Season Preview: GPS

As the reigning QLD Premier Rugby champions and the first Queensland side to claim the Australian Club Rugby Championship since 2011, having beaten Shute Shield premiers Sydney Uni last weekend, GPS will carry the burden of overwhelming pressure and sky-high expectations this season. There’s no point shying away from that though, head coach Elwee Prinsloo says, and that’s why he’s urging his troops to not just embrace the challenge but instead push harder than ever to improve and rise to it. Overview with Elwee Prinsloo:  “In 2017 we lost the grand final against University of Queensland but we’d started building something, we knew what sort of game suited us and in 2018 we were able to build from where we left off,” Prinsloo told Rugby News. “We were able to retain most of the players, the core of the group stayed together and of course with that you don’t start at ground zero, it made it easier to build from the year before. “Apart from building our g
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