Brothers Hoping to Contain UQ “Controllers” in Premier Grade Decider

By Finn Morton; Photo: QRU Media Unit - Brendan Hertel/Tom Primmer It would be hard to argue that Brothers have not returned to the level that is expected of them in 2019, after improving on their seventh-placed finish from 2018. On top of the Doughty Shield, the Brethren capped off an impressive 2019 campaign so far with awards being presented to Josh Flook for the best under 19s player, Byron Ralston for being the top try scorer, and the Premier Grade side received the Horsley Cup for winning the Minor Premiership. Number eight Harry Wilson was also presented with the Alec Evans Medal, awarded to the Player of the Year. The Brethren have also had a great year as a club as they were presented with the Doughty Shield for winning the club championship at the Grand Final Breakfast. While these awards may highlight the dominance of Brothers this season, Grand Final success is the one that counts, and according to captain Tom Moloney, the Filth couldn’t be more motivated.
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