Australian Schools Championships: QLD I set to bring size & talent to Sydney

By Matt Findlay At this level it's easy for a coach to look for all the usual hallmarks that could be a catalyst for success - think size, skill, strength and speed - but there's one other factor giving Queensland I coach Rod Seib confidence leading into next week's Australian Schools Championship, at Sydney's St Ignatius College Riverview. "What you don't find out until you meet someone is what type of person they are, and I can tell you we've got a really good group of young men here who I'm proud to take away and wear the Queensland jersey," he said. "Sometimes in teams like this you find you've got a couple who can be divisive ... but as a collective there's no cliques here, they all get along and mix well with each other, that's one thing we've noticed as a coaching group." Queensland's two sides were named following an intense, three-day, trial tournament and head into next week's national championship on the back of a bumper training camp at Ballymore too. While S
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