Dalgleish hopeful form and experience will give UQ an edge over Brothers in Premier Rugby decider

By Finn Morton; Photo: QRU Media Unit - Brendan Hertel/Tom Primmer UQ are preparing for their fourth-straight Grand Final appearance, which included a title in 2017, after defeating defending champions Jeeps at Ballymore last Sunday. The Students come into Sunday’s decider on a strong run of form. After winning eight of their last nine, captain James Dalgleish is full of confidence as they prepare for this year's Minor Premiers. The last two months saved UQ’s season, with the Red Heavies sitting in seventh before their unlikely surge to the Grand Final. Before then, their season was admittedly up and down, including a loss to Brothers which they later avenged in round 16. “It’s been a rollercoaster season for us with a poor start to the season, then winning a number of games straight to make finals,” said Dalgleish. “We will look to utilise our experiences in all these games to put us in a good position this weekend. In terms of form, I'm pretty pleased with