QLD Premier Rugby Mid Season Review: GPS, Norths & UQ

Believe it or not, we’re already at the halfway point of the 2019 QLD Premier Rugby regular season. After nine rounds, Brothers and Jeeps lead the competition with just seven competition points separating the five teams below them. We checked in with all nine Premier Rugby coaches to find out what they’ve thought of the season so far and what they’re expecting in the months ahead. Elwee Prinsloo: GPS - 2nd (32 pts, 7 wins) How would you describe your start to the season? Are you where you thought you would be at this point of the year? “We’ve had a solid start in terms of wins/losses but we’re very conscious of some areas of our game that needs improvement going in to the second round,” Prinsloo said.  “If we play the same footy that we played in the first round, I don’t think we’ll win half of the games that we did. Growth is the key as there are some quality Super Rugby players coming back into teams and that will make a massive difference to th
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