QLD Premier Rugby: Top Four Battle As UQ Face Jeeps; Easts Hosts Brothers

By Finn Morton; Photo - Brendan Hertel/QRU Media The final round of the 2019 Queensland Premier regular season will be played with one eye on the finals, as the top four play each other. UQ will look to extend their six-match unbeaten run against an in-form Jeeps side, while Easts hope to secure third position against Brothers. With Jeeps still in the hunt for the Minor Premiership, UQ captain James Dalgleish and the Red Heavies are expecting a physical match. Dalgleish described this weekends match as being “extremely important” for UQ as they prepare for finals, with momentum meaning so much at this time of year. “The game this weekend against Jeeps is extremely important to our finals campaign and would provide us with confidence and momentum heading into finals,” Dalgleish stated. “We are also playing for the Halley Memorial Cup which is extremely important and valued by the club. “Jeeps have a physical forward pack with a few older heads to steer t
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