QLD Premier Rugby: Brothers Looking For Eighty-Minute Performance Against Competition “Benchmark”

By Finn Morton; Photo - Brendan Hertel/QRU Media  Brothers enter Round 16 with an added incentive as a win against UQ would all but secure the Minor Premiership for the Filth. Last season’s seventh-placed finish is now long forgotten after a 2019 campaign which has seen them lose only one match. This week the ladder-leaders face the "benchmark of the competition" away, but Captain Patrick James couldn't be more excited. But to leave St Lucia with a victory on Saturday, James is looking for an eighty-minute performance for what he thinks would be the first time in 2019, despite a near-perfect season. “They are an extremely tough team and have plenty of young talent and experience," James admitted. “[Their] Set piece is always strong and they’ve been playing some really good footy the last month or so. I think they key for us will be to start well and try and put together an eighty-minute performance, which we haven’t done yet. “They’ve probably been t
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