QLD Premier Rugby: GPS coach expecting ‘knockout’ style of rugby in short 2020 season

By Liz Moore GPS coach Elwee Prinsloo is tipping an exciting knockout style of rugby to come out of this year’s shorter 10-game Premier Rugby season. “I think it’s going to be a really high level of competition,” he said. “Some of the clubs that usually struggle with a bit of depth in the second round, they’re not going to have those issues. “Certainly from a strategic point of view, it's far different playing 10 games than it is playing 18, plus finals. “Every weekend will be pretty tough and it’s going to be important to keep winning,” he said. Coaching GPS for his fourth season, Prinsloo is happy with his team’s progress ahead of a delayed August start. “We’ve tracked our players pretty closely on training programs the last six weeks.  “They’ve been keeping fairly fit.  Prinsloo said after some early frustrations with the delay to the season, the extended break has proved beneficial for a lot of his players.  “It’s a
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