Premier Rugby: Brothers confident they can go one better in shortened 2020 season

By Liz Moore Brothers Director of Rugby Ryan Schultz said despite losing a number of players to the Reds, and one recruit back to Fiji, his Premier-grade team and the club as a whole are looking strong and consistent going into the shorter 2020 season.  “There’s been a little bit of a change to the playing group,” Schultz said, referring to Ryan Smith, Josh Flook and Lawson Creighton’s move to the Reds, and Sireli Kacilala returning home to Fiji before Covid19 border restrictions tightened.    “But thankfully we’ve been able to stay pretty consistent.  “We’re confident in regards to what we’re going to be doing in preparation for the upcoming competition, but also really confident in the playing depth we have at the club. “A lot of our guys have stayed around and stayed active and are really, really excited for the season. “I’m really excited because I think the new season’s going to be challenging for everyone. “Because it’s only
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