QLD Premier Rugby Round 13: UQ Enter Top Four After Last-Minute Winner; Norths Blow Big Chance

By Finn Morton; Photo - Brendan Hertel/QRU Media  After looking down and out a month ago, UQ defeated Wests to win their third game in a row which has kept their season well and truly alive. The Students avenged their 70-21 hiding by Wests in Round 4 by beating the Bulldogs 21-14 in St Lucia on Saturday. A loss would’ve seen UQ sit well outside of playoff contention with only four rounds to play. But instead they left their season-defining play until the last minute of a match already filled with drama. With the final play, UQ scrumhalf Jacobus Van Eeden crossed from close range to score his second try of the game. While the halfback was thrilled with the try, he didn’t want to take all the credit for the score which he believed was a result of both training and teamwork. “The defence from Wests on their line was excellent all game but we were patient in their red zone. After keeping them down on their line for more than ten phases, I spotted an opportunity and
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