QLD Premier Rugby Round 11: Five things we learnt

By Michael Atkinson. Photo: Brendan Hertal - QRU Media Saturday just gone threw up another round of fascinating fixtures; creating more intrigue in the Queensland Premier Rugby competition. University look completely unstoppable with seven rounds to go, while the rest of the competition just got a whole lot closer. Jeeps second half woes For the second straight week, the Gallopers were run down by their opposition despite holding a comfortable lead at half time. Leading Norths 26-10 at the break, the Eagles rose to the occasion and secured a 31-29 victory – inflicting a second straight loss for G.P.S. It means Jeeps have scored a total of just three points in the second halves of their last three matches. It’s a statistic the team would be aware of and one they would desperately want to rectify. Wests missed opportunity The Dogs are sitting in fourth spot and, with Sunnybank having the bye, could have moved into third (maybe even second on the back of a huge win and in light o
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