Easts a long way from best despite promising start to QLD Premier Rugby season

By Matt Findlay A loss to University of Queensland, an epic win over reigning premiers GPS and a narrow victory over Bond University - on paper, Easts’ start to the 2019 Queensland Premier Rugby season looks pretty handy. But from what he’s seen so far new head coach Moses Rauluni says his Tigers “haven’t even played that well” yet, which looms as a somewhat ominous message to their rival outfits. Leading into this weekend’s Easter general bye Rauluni described his side’s performances so far in 2019 as “up and down”, saying the fifth-placed Tigers have plenty of improvement in them. Granted, he said most sides do considering it’s still early days, but with a handful of injured stars to come back into the Tigers’ XV over the course of 2019 it looks like Rauluni’s outfit could well be building to something special. “We have the potential to build to something, I think,” Rauluni, who took the reins from Ant Connellan after a stint with Souths, sa
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