QLD Premier Rugby: Is Gorman galloping towards a premiership farewell?

By Michael Atkinson. Photo: QRU Media In 2013, GPS stalwart, Daniel Gorman lay on the Ballymore turf, exhausted after a heart-wrenching Grand Final loss to Easts. The Gallopers had finished the season as Minor Premiers and the club could see the light at the end of what was then a 17-year premiership drought tunnel. “That was tough to swallow, that loss,” Gorman revealed. “We had had such a good season and were coming off a big win over Uni in the Preliminary Final the week before." “Easts were very good that day but we also let in some pretty soft tries. But that’s footy.” In 2014, Jeeps fell one game short of back-to-back grand finals, giving up a big half time lead to be run down by a rampant Sunnybank side and bowing out in the Preliminary Final. “To be honest, that was probably worse, that year,” said Gorman. “We just felt like a better team and that we were in a better place than the previous season.” Fast forward three years and the
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