Premier Rugby: Sons of guns keen to turn around Red Heavies’ stumble


UQ is building a new generation of players whose fathers also played Premier grade for the club.

While Brendan Nasser's son Josh is unavailable in the Reds bubble, there were three other sons of Red Heavies running on for UQ against Easts on the weekend.

There was Connor Moroney and Alex Davies, whose fathers Richard Moroney and Bruce Davies were part of the 1990 UQ premiership team.

And in the second row was Fergus Lillicrap, whose father Cameron played for the Wallabies, Queensland and indeed the Red Heavies in the late 80s and early 90s, and is currently assistant coach for the Reds.

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