QLD GPS: BBC Miss Out on Title But Make History at Ross Oval

By Finn Morton; Photo - BBC Rugby Brisbane Boys’ College has ended a 34-year drought, defeating Nudgee 21-8 at Ross Oval for the first time since 1985. Both teams entered the fixture needing Ipswich to beat Southport to keep their title hopes alive, and while this wasn’t the case, history was still made on Ross. BBC coach Shane Drahm was thrilled with his side’s history-making performance last Saturday. While he’s still disappointed they didn’t beat TSS and win the title, he was impressed with how the players lifted for this match. "We were pretty confident. We knew we did enough to beat TSS. We watched that game and the Nudgee v TSS game; that was a pretty close one. When we looked at our strengths we were pretty confident that we had them covered,” Drahm said modestly. "It's the old cliché but we wanted to do the basic things well. Probably defence was probably the big one. They've got some strike weapons across the whole pitch, you know Reesjan [Pasitoa] is