UQ were the most consistent team throughout 2021 and despite dropping a game late in the regular season to GPS, were able to bounce back and produce their best when it mattered.
The Red Heavies claimed their third premiership in five years, while coach Mick Heenan added a sixth Premier Rugby title to his resume in his 13 seasons at the club.
Overview with Mick Heenan:
"Everything worked out pretty well for us in the end,” Heenan told Rugby News.
"We got through the regular season pretty well and played some good footy, then we hit that Covid lockdown and that introduced some new challenges and some uncertainty.
"The semi final against Brothers generally could have gone either way but then in the grand final, I was really pleased that we were able to perform so well when it counted.
"The first 60 or so minutes was really pleasing. In fairness to Jeeps, a few things didn’t go their way early and that helped us but I thought we were pretty good as well.