QLD Premier Rugby: Round 10 Wrap Up

By Michael Atkinson Ladder positions counted for little on the weekend with a couple of upsets registered in Round 10 of Queensland Premier Rugby. Here’s five things we learned from Saturday’s games. Empty nest Norths went into Saturday’s game against Uni with two straight victories and were looking red-hot. But their recent run of bad luck with injuries and players departing for foreign opportunities finally hit home on the weekend. Without Tyrone Lefau (injured), Brad Lacey (Western Force), Phil Kite and AJ Campbell (New Zealand), Norths were simply no match for the Red Heavies on their home turf. UQ’s unbeaten run continues and Norths’ quest to reach the finals got a little bit harder. Dog Bite Wests have shown they are can be premiership contenders in 2017 after taking down G.P.S. 25-14 at Sylvan Road. The Bulldogs had trailed 14-3 heading into the final ten minutes but proved it’s not over till the fat puppy sings, piling on 22 unanswered points to the cheers of t
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