QLD Premier Rugby Round 14: Five things we learnt

By Tim Mosey Quade Cooper led Souths to a big win, Bond held off Brothers, Easts were too good for Sunnybank and GPS belted Norths. Hear's what we learnt from the weekend: Coming Down to The Wire It’s a battle for the top four. All season we’ve been saying how tight the competition is and now just six points separate the top five sides. Norths in sixth would have to hope results go their way and would need to win their final matches comfortably if they are a shout for finals footy. This leaves GPS, UQ, Souths, Easts and Bond fighting it out over the last four rounds. Any of these sides can realistically see themselves in the post season but a loss in the final four rounds will be costly. The run home for the top five clubs looks like this: GPS – Wests (a), Souths (a), UQ (a), Easts (h) Souths – Bond (a), GPS (h), Sunnybank (a), UQ (h) UQ – Norths (h), Wests (a), GPS (h), Souths (a) Easts – Bye, Norths (a), Wests (h), GPS (a) Bond – S
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