Premier Rugby GF: Bench depth key as UQ shoot for third title in five years 

By Tom Primmer An experience filled UQ side will run onto Suncorp Stadium for this Sunday’s Hospital Challenge Cup Grand Final as the club looks to secure their third premiership since 2017.  The Students have featured in all six deciders the last six seasons, with head coach Mick Heenan guiding the side to two titles and another shot at glory this season. The minor premiers have dropped just one game this year, although that was to their opponents this weekend, GPS, in the last regular season match of their campaign. Skipper Pat Morrey, who will play his 100th Premier Grade game this weekend and has featured in the last five finals, said his side his wary of a physical GPS outfit. “We got bullied around our breakdown and physically, we really didn’t show up that day,” Morrey said of Uni’s last encounter with Jeeps.  “We need to bring a bit of fire to the defensive line.   “It’s awesome to be a part of another one, we’ve had a pretty good run.

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