2020 QLD Premier Rugby Review: GPS

Overview with Elwee Prinsloo:

“It was a hell of a season with COVID and I don’t think we’ll ever have another one quite like it. Playing just one round this year also made things very different,” Prinsloo said.

“Looking back, we didn’t win the competition and that is always our goal so from that perspective, it’s was a disappointing season, but I think when you consider the difficulties we faced, we performed well.

“At one stage we had just two players who had played Premier Grade in the last two seasons in our starting forward pack. We lost a lot of players to Super Rugby and the bubbles so I was really proud of the boys to make the top four.

“This is the fourth year in a row that we made the semi finals and that hasn’t happened at the club since the 1960s or 70s.

“I think we did as well as we could have with the group that we had, but in saying that we want to be competing and winning the Hospital Cup every season and that didn’t happen this year.