2019 QLD Premier Rugby Season Review: GPS

By Finn Morton; Photo - Brendan Hertel/QRU Media Jeeps came into the 2019 Premier Grade season carrying plenty of expectation after being crowned Australian Club Champions but fell short of back-to-back titles after losing to UQ in the preliminary final. Injuries troubled the Gallopers all season and eventually played a part in their exit, but with a greater focus on the Colts and lower grades, Jeeps are confident that silverwear can return to Yoku Road in 2020. Overview with Elwee Prinsloo:  "I thought teams all around the competition stepped up a level this season. Any team could beat any team on any given day. From a Jeeps point of view it's hard to look past the disappointment of not making the final game but still plenty of positives around," Prinsloo told me. "We scored 79 tries which was our most since I've been here and we've conceded the least amount of points in the comp. We also topped the competition in areas that we really wanted to put our energy into such