How St Joseph’s College Nudgee became one of the best rugby schools in the world | The Season

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Episode 4 of the Season 9 with St Joseph’s College Nudgee rugby. An unexpected lockdown forces a reshuffle in the GPS competition and the Rugby Program implements a ‘Return To Play’ schedule. Nudgee’s past heroics are re-visited as the current squad finds new motivation in the fragmented season. New squad member Cooper Cameron recognises the shift in intensity from his previous playing experience and Churchie loom on the horizon with a strategic gameplan that causes the favourites to dig deep to stay on track. #Episode4 #TheSeason

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