QLD Premier Rugby: Five guns that deserve a crack at the next level after impressing in 2019

By Finn Morton; Photo - Brendan Hertel/QRU Media The 2019 Premier Grade season came to an end on Sunday, with the University of Queensland pulling off an upset against Minor Premiers Brothers in the decider. The Students put an end to a late fight-back from the Filth; securing what was once unlikely: Hospital Cup success, with a 31-26 victory. While Brother's dominance this season was reflected at the Grand Final Breakfast, with the club and its players collecting five of the eight major Premier Rugby accolades, all Premier Grade players will be hoping for more Rugby in 2019. Strong, consistent performances from five of Premier Grade’s finest may have been enough as they look for high honours in the NRC and beyond. Issac Henry, Wests The Brisbane Boys’ College Old Boy performed strongly throughout the Premier Grade season. Henry was rewarded for his consistency with the award for the highest points scorer in the competition, totalling at 166-points during the regula
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