I agree, it would be very interesting and a great motivator for all school teams to achieve their best! Rightly or wrongly, though, the GPS schools tend to have access to better coaching and better support systems and facilities, which may give them an advantage against the state HS teamsHow often does that happen though? The perception is, which seems to be rather true, is that rugby is moreso becoming a GPS-centric sport along the East Coast. The number of non-GPS reps is almost non-existant. All I am saying is that rugby should be made more accessible to all students, rather than an enclave of Private Schoolboys. How good would it be to see a school like Wavell Heights SHS or Keebra Park SHS take on Nudgee College for the right to represent Queensland at the National 1st XV Championships? It would be a great identifier for future talent and give greater options to National Selectors when comparing players.