QLD Premier Rugby: Jeeps Win Fifth-Straight With Victory Over UQ; Brothers Minor Premiers

By Finn Morton; Photo - Brendan Hertel/QRU Media  Jeeps fell just short of the Minor Premiership, placing second overall despite defeating UQ 59-32 last Saturday. With Jeeps and UQ having secured a spot in the top four, both teams were hoping to continue their strong run of form heading into finals. The win saw Jeeps bring an end to the Student's run of six wins in a row while the Gallopers extended their unbeaten run to five. Coach Elwee Prinsloo was pleased with his sides victory over rivals UQ, stating that it was a bonus to "get one over” a team they have a lot of respect for. “UQ is a quality team and Mick is a quality coach so it’s always good to get one over them,” said Prinsloo. “The rivalry between Jeeps and UQ is as strong as ever and they are a team that we have massive respect for. “Confidence is good but that comes from being accurate under pressure in some areas that are important to us and our game.” Prinsloo remains confident in hi
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