Queensland Country confident of 2015 NRC revival

By Henry Jacobs After the opening three rounds of the 2015 National Rugby Championship Queensland Country sits in eighth position on the ladder and faces a daunting challenge to make the finals with only five matches remaining. A 31-19 loss to the Rising in round one, 50-40 defeat by the Stars and Sunday’s 24-44 loss to Brisbane City have all been matches that frustratingly could have easily gone the other way. “It has been disappointing, we’ve been thereabouts in the majority [of matches] and patches in the second half have let us down, but the boys keep fronting up each week and you can't fault their effort, which we’re really happy with,” QLD Country captain James Tuttle said. “There are a few lapses we have, whether it’s around defence or a few little skill errors in our attack that are just letting us down, I guess it just comes back to the work we are doing at training, so hopefully we can keep putting in the good yards at training and I’m sure a result will c
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