Mick Heenan ready to face UQ as Bond look to take lessons from narrow losses

Bond coach Mick Heenan said he’s looking forward to coaching against UQ this weekend, a club he coached for 13 seasons and won six Hospital Cup titles with.

But more importantly, Heenan wants to help his side back in to the winner’s circle after three tight losses in as many weeks.

"I’m looking forward to it and I’m excited to see a lot of guys that I haven’t seen for a while who I was really close with for a number of years,” the veteran coach told Rugby News.

“But more so, it’s a really important game for Bond as we try to get our season back on track. That’s where my focus is really is.”

Bond are currently seventh on the Hospital Cup ladder and lost to Souths 25-21 last weekend, a week after losing to Easts by just a point.

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