QLD Premier Rugby Round 5: Six things we learnt

By Tim Mosey Round 5 Scores: Souths 33 d Wests 31; GPS 40 d Norths 17; Brothers 47 d Bond University 8; Easts 45 d Sunnybank 17. Consistency is key Norths came back to earth with a thud. GPS were far too good for the home side and raced away to a 19-0 lead at halftime. They never looked in danger of losing after that. Norths would be disappointed not to capitalise on last week's victory over Wests and missed the width and dexterity of Duncan Paia'aua's passing game. Brothers are back Bond went down 19-3 early against Brothers at Crosby Rd. An accurately landed cross field kick by former Brethren winger Pierce Fitzgerald resulted in a try to Adam Gauder just on halftime to go in with hope at 19-8. Bond looked fatigued and with a mounting tackle count couldn't contain Brothers in the second half who ran away with it 47-8. Tigers roar Easts started with a flourish against Sunnybank at David Wilson Field scoring within 2 minutes. Sunnybank showed their speed out wide w
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