QLD Premier Rugby: Prinsloo hoping shorter preseason will help Jeeps return to the top in 2020

By Finn Morton; Photo - Brendan Hertel/QRU Media GPS have begun preparing for a return to glory in 2020 with the Gallopers now three weeks into their official pre-season schedule at Yoku Road. After breaking their premiership drought in 2018, Jeeps suffered back-to-back losses to eventual finalists Brothers and UQ in this year's playoffs. For some, that might be cause for concern. But instead Jeeps will have a shorter pre-season than most other Premier Rugby sides. Coach Elwee Prinsloo explained that there was definitely method behind the madness with his new approach to training and preparation ahead of next year. "Everything goes well in preseason because you haven't lost a game yet. Everyone reckons they're going pretty well,” Prinsloo said jokingly. “We've shortened our pre-season a little bit but we certainly upped the intensity in the load and slightly adapted our approach as far as what we do in the off-season. “We're three weeks done now, we do a
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