QLD Premier Rugby Round 13: Brothers Overturn 26-Point Deficit to Beat Norths

By Finn Morton; Photo - Brendan Hertel/QRU Media After an uncharacteristic first-half showing, Brothers looked destined to lose to Norths in what would’ve been arguably the biggest upset of the 2019 season. With first facing ninth, not many gave the Eagles a chance – but a comprehensive 26-0 Norths lead at the half left many second-guessing themselves. But a 42-point blitz in the second-half by Brothers kept Norths searching for that elusive third win of 2019. Brothers head coach Rod Seib was surprised with his side’s performance on Saturday, labelling the outing as “disappointing” in a game which they were expected to win comfortably. But they’ll hope that this isn’t a sign of things to come as they prepare to face Sunnybank this weekend. “Firstly, I should give credit to Norths for the way they started the game. They were rewarded for their attacking and aggressive style of play, capitalising on any opportunity they had,” Seib admitted. “In te
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