QLD Premier Rugby: Emotion charged Dragons ready for finals tilt

By Michael Atkinson Behind the usual motive of the right to claim premiership glory in the QLD Premier Rugby competition, Sunnybank have the added incentive this year of sending their coach out a winner. Rod Seib played 118 games for the Dragons as a classy fullback and will this season wrap up a 91-game tenure (and counting) as a coach. The Brisbane City assistant coach has endured six happy seasons at Oldmac Oval. Seib helped the Dragons to a premiership in 2011 as an assistant coach before guiding them to grand finals in 2012 and 2014 as head coach, all along knowing that his time in the job was limited. “I’d like to stay for 10 years, the club has given me so much so I’d like to be able to continue to give back,” said Seib. “But we treat coaching as a pathway as well, so I always knew it was only going to be for a few years and now it’s time to step away to allow the players to hear a fresh voice.” With the future in mind, the decision to make 2016 his last was
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