QLD Premier Rugby: Five things we learnt from round two

By Tim Mosey GPS sit on top of the QLD Premier Rugby ladder and are the only undefeated side after two rounds but there isn't much separating teams in the early stages of the season. All four matches on Saturday were decided by just eight points or less, with just one match so far this year decided by more than two tries. Round two results: GPS 36-31 Bond University; Sunnybank 22-19 Wests; Souths 39-31 Easts; Brothers 24-19 UQ. Quade stars in Premier Rugby return Quade Cooper's ability to assess where opportunity exists on a rugby field is unrivalled at club level. Cooper's understanding of how to manipulate a defence in order to create space in the next two or three phases will ensure Souths will be thereabouts come finals time. Attack trumps defence early on Teams made the most of the dry conditions and quality fields early in the season with a told of 255 points scored across the four matches. Enterprising attack seems to be favoured over staunch defence at the
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