It’s back to work for Broncos winger Jharal Yow Yeh who’s made a speedy recovery from a severe anke injury.

And in rugby union the Queensland Reds have introduced their new head coach, Richard Graham who’ll work with Coaching Director Ewen Mckenzie.

Emily White reports.


He’s an ex-Ashgrove boy and used to be the Reds fullback-winger.

Richard Graham, announced his move home to Queensland almost six months ago after he was axed by the Perth’s Western Force.

Adapting a European coaching model, Graham will step in as the number two man working under Ewen McKenzie.

Richard Graham, Qld Reds Head Coach: “I’ve got a really good relationship with Ewen and one of the attractions coming back to Queensland was to further developing myself.”

It’s no secret that McKenzie is next in line for the Wallabies head coach – so could Grahams’ appointment be a planned succession for the Reds top job?

If it is he’s not giving much away.

Richard Graham, Qld Reds Head Coach: “I’ve set myself very clear timelimes, that I’ve wanted to follow to further develop my career.”

In NRL, Injured winger Jharal Yow Yeh has made a swift recovery in his attempt to return to full form for the beginning fo the 2013 season.

Jharal Yow Yeh, Broncos winger: “Really looking forward to joining back with the boys. Just the comradery is really good. I miss playing around and mucking around at training.”

Despite being out since March, Yow Yeh has been nominated for the Ken Stephens medal for his contribution to the community.

Jharal Yow Yeh, Broncos winger: “I do these things because I enjoy them, not for any accolades.”

Emily White, QUT News.