GPS: Toowoomba Grammar happy to be winning without playing best rugby

Toowoomba Grammar School coach Scott Gale said he’s thrilled that his side has found a way to win two tight matches in the opening two rounds of the 2023 GPS season, without playing their best rugby. 

Toowoomba, who many labelled a ‘dark horse’ this year, lead the competition heading in to round three following a 34-28 victory over Gregory Terrace and an 8-7 win over Brisbane State High. 

“Winning close games is probably something Toowoomba Grammar has struggled with in the past so we’re really pleased to have won two games without playing our best footy,” Gale told Rugby News this week. 

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