QLD Premier Rugby: Round 10 Wrap Up

By Tim Mosey East, Jeeps, Bond and Norths all picked up wins on a Saturday afternoon that proved their is still plenty of rugby to be played before finals kick off in early August. Here's what I took from the weekend. Bond on The Move Bond University sit one win outside the top four, after picking up their second win in a row. On Saturday they removed Wests from their path with the power of a rogue tidal wave. Flyhalf Dion Taumata and young fullback Joey Fittock  are forming an impressive competition and expertly directed Bond’s attack around Sylvan Rd, Driving into the back half of the season, the tightness of the top four means Bond may only need three or four more wins to secure a finals birth. Ladies and Tigermen Two weeks ago, the Curse of Ladies Day struck home sides Brothers and UQ. The opposite happened for Easts at David Wilson Field on Saturday. They had their match against UQ pretty much sewn up at halftime. The scoreboard end of the groun
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