QLD GPS: Brisbane Boys College know one slip and premiership hopes gone


GPS First XV ladder leaders Brisbane Boys College know “one slip” could end their premiership charge with second-placed Nudgee ready to pounce should they put a foot wrong against Toowoomba Grammar on Saturday.

BBC and Nudgee are equal on eight competition points after three wins and a bye, with BBC’s superior for-and-against of plus 49 points all that separates the GPS juggernauts.

But BBC have the edge following last week’s 45-6 obliteration of The Southport School in which they become the first side since 2005 to keep a TSS First XV team tryless.

Brisbane Boys' College Director of Rugby Stephen Meehan said while the season-defining win over TSS was pleasing, it was imperative his charges continue the momentum in their Round Five match-up against eighth-placed Toowoomba Grammar.

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