Premier Rugby: Bond Stalwart Turner Confident Side Can Chase Elusive Finals Dream In 2020

By Finn Morton; Photo - QRU Media/Brendan Hertel Bond University showed plenty of promise in 2019 but once again fell short of their elusive finals target. Their first grade side are yet to qualify for finals under the Bond name, after the University took over from the Gold Coast Breakers in Queensland's Premier Rugby competition in 2014. After a few years of getting close, even finishing just 2-points from fourth in 2018, one of Bond's stalwarts seems assured in saying that 2020 is the year that they finally break their duck. 162-cap Bond Hooker Nick Turner is eager for the season to start, and was confident in saying that the squad are right on track for the season opener against Souths in just over a month. The 27-year-old feels that his squad have an advantage heading into the upcoming campaign, with the Gold Coasters able to truly learn from last seasons lessons with most of the squad returning. "We've still got a pretty similar group so we're still going to keep
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