Brisbane City 2016 NRC Season Preview – With Rod Seib

Brisbane City are the two-time defending premiers of the National Rugby Championship and following an undefeated season in 2015, the Queensland side are on a 14 game winning streak – their last loss was in round seven in 2014. This year could prove to be their toughest yet however with a number of their seasoned players moving on or unavailable and a new head coach at the helm. Former assistant coach Rod Seib has stepped up to replace Nick Stiles and has inherited a squad without the experience of Liam Gill and Jake Schatz and likely to be without Wallabies stars Samu Kerevi for large chunks of the season. Nonetheless, Seib is optimistic about the 2016 season for Brisbane City and gave Rugby News his thoughts on the campaign ahead. Overview - With Rod Seib “There’s certainly a lot of guys stepping out of club rugby and trying to test themselves at the next level. Particularly this weekend with our backline, there are a lot of guys there who haven’t had exposure at a higher
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