No ceiling for the Brethren in 2022 according to flanker Nick Cross

By Liam Cook Brothers’ No.7 Nick Cross is confident his team will rise to the occasion ahead of a final round meeting with Sunnybank at Biggs Oval. “Going into the last round we really want to keep playing a Brothers style of footy” Cross told Rugby News. “Hopefully we go into the minor-semi with two wins behind us.” The Brethren are currently placed fourth on the ladder and are poised for September action. The ever-consistent Cross says Brothers’ season has been good, bad, and ugly.  “We’ve had some really good wins and winning at Yoku Road against GPS for the first time in a very long time was obviously a highlight of the year.” “We’ve also had some really tough defeats like the game at Easts, which was a really tough pill to swallow.” Bond gave the boys from Crosby Park an almighty fright last Saturday after nearly snatching victory from the jaws of defeat. Brothers’ in-game fluctuation against the Bull Shark’s has epitomised t
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