Premier Rugby: Five standout performers from round 3

By Liam Cook; Image - Brendan Hertel A handful of standout individual performances helped Wests, Bond, UQ and Brothers claim wins over the weekend. Here are five noteworthy efforts from Round 3. Martin Brennan – Easts Debutant Martin Brennan could hardly have dreamt of a better opening to his Premier Grade career. The young hooker crossed four times in his first game in the top grade as Easts fell just short of Wests at Bottomley Park. Connor Vest – UQ UQ’s lock was instrumental against Souths as the Student’s won a low scoring tussle. Vest orchestrated the driving mauls for his side and was quick over the ball to secure a penalty that prevented Souths from scoring on half-time. Hayden Sargeant – Bond Bond University’s flyhalf played a decisive role in his sides hard earned victory against GPS on Saturday afternoon. Sargeants’ ability to convert crucial penalty opportunities proved the difference between the two sides. Tyler Adams – Brothers The former Shut