QLD GPS: Are TSS One Win Away From Being the Best Team in GPS Rugby History?

By Finn Morton; Photo - Stephen Tremain The Southport School are GPS rugby champions after their 54-24 victory over Gregory Terrace at Tennyson last Saturday. The win secured at least a joint-premiership for the Gold Coasters, with both BBC and Nudgee a chance of joining them as champions should they win out their seasons – including their round 8 clash against each other – but only if TSS lose this weekend. TSS only have one more game to play this season; at home to Ipswich Grammar. Standing in their way of an undefeated season is Sydney Roosters-bound and Ipswich Grammar playmaker Sam Walker, who is capable of breaking a game open at any moment as is their heavy yet mobile pack. Should TSS overcome the challenge that Ipswich pose in their final game of their season, the question will then have to be asked: are they the best team in GPS rugby history? They definitely have a case. Southport have broken records this season with ball in hand. They became the first team to