PHOTOS: Result is a painful lesson for Ipswich Grammar

IPSWICH Grammar's undefeated run in the 2019 GPS Rugby competition is over after a 39-19 defeat to Nudgee College on the weekend.

Early on in the match the signs were promising for Grammar as fullback Seamus King-Smith went over to put his side ahead with just five minutes on the clock.

But it was short-lived as Nudgee hit back with three unanswered tries to lead 19-7.

Grammar then broke back to reduce the deficit to 19-14 before halftime. 

It was one-way traffic after the break however as Nudgee ran in four tries to Ipswich's one to seal the win.

It was an important result for the home team as a defeat would have seen them out of the running for a place in the final.

Nudgee College 39 (W Jones, R Nutley, D Muller (3), A Waia, T Banjo tries; R Pasitoa 2 cons) defeated Ipswich Grammar School 19 (S King-Smith, K Chan-Tung, K Thomas tries; King-Smith, Thomas cons)

 

 

MORE GPS RUGBY:

TGS v TSS: Reds duo inspire TSS to monster win

GT v BSHS: State High deny Terrace fightback

RESULTS: Round Four results for every team - First XV to 11Ds

 



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