QLD Premier Rugby Round 12: Five things we learned

By Michael Atkinson. Photo - QRU Media Meggie Whitchurch The twelfth round of competition was one that had plenty of interesting possible permutations and, for that reason alone, made it probably the most anticipated weekend of the season. As the dust settled on Saturday evening, there were probably more learnings than we could have anticipated: here’s five of them. Scrum shambles G.P.S. continued their scrum dominance in 2017 by demolishing the Brothers set piece to the point where the defending Premiers had to resort to uncontested scrums. At the time, the Jeeps players and officials were screaming for justice, having just had their greatest weapon taken off them. With the game on the line at 16-10 in Jeeps’ favour, they should have at least been rewarded by Brothers being reduced to 14 men, however, the match officials missed this section of the laws and the visitors finished the game with a full compliment. The Gallopers held on for a vital win, a result that was not
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