QLD Premier Rugby: Five Things From Round 13

By Tim Mosey UQ claimed top spot, Brothers upset Souths, Bond were too good for Easts and Norths punished Wests late in the match on another unpredictable weekend of Premier Rugby. The Most Unpredictable Competition in Years The last five weeks have seen the following win:loss ratio for the current top five sides: UQ: LLWWW Souths: W-WLL GPS: WWLW- Easts: LWLWL Bond: WWWLW The intriguing part of this is that on form Bond University seem to be number one. They currently sit in fifth, three points ajar of Easts in fourth who have been inconsistent. Easts, Bond and UQ all still have a bye up their sleeves. It would seem then that GPS and Souths are in the box seat to make a tilt at the minor premiership. I am fairly confident coaches Anthony Mathison and Elia Tuqiri would not like me saying this, because my predictions this year has been horrible. After round 18 last year the top two teams – University of Queensland and GPS – had dropped five matche
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