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With the 2019 QPR season one week from ending, I thought I’d give my annual Top 10 recruits. As a reminder, check out our 2018 and 2017 versions. 1. Rhys Van Nek (Easts)Over the last couple of years, Easts have widely been regarded as having one of the best scrums in the comp. With the departures of Andrew Ready and Richie Asiata and injury to Kirwan Sanday, this title seemed to be far gone. Enter Rhys Van Nek to the fold. The former South Magpie came across to Tigerland to originally play Hooker, however after injury and departure found him…
With the 2018 QPR season one week from ending, I thought I’d give my annual Top 10 recruits. 1. Quade Cooper (Souths) Not exactly a recruit given he has always been aligned with the magpies, however what Quade has done for the competition both on and off the field is to be applauded. Could’ve followed the cash overseas or interstate but decided to see out his contract with Queensland Rugby. Was often seen signing autographs till well after full time and often going out of his way to help those in grassroots rugby. Helped Souths to an early season surge before…
The Queensland Premier Rugby season is just weeks away from culminating in yet another exciting finals series. There has been some wonderful rugby on display, as evidenced by the amazing game between University of Queensland and GPS on the weekend. One of the exciting elements of the club season is seeing some of the new faces popping up in new jerseys, and there have been some key ones this year. Here’s who I reckon are the Top Ten I’ve seen this year. 1. Laione Mulikihaamea (GPS) With GPS posing the most dominant scrum in the comp, it has allowed the…