Caribs, UG Set for rematch

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Some of the Rugby action
Some of the Rugby action

[www.inewsguyana.com] – Yamaha Caribs and the University of Guyana Wolves will contest for the title in the Golden Brook /Windjammers Sevens league. 

The two teams played unbeaten on Saturday as second round of the sevens league tournament continued at the national park, setting up a rematch of the two teams.

 The last time the two teams met was in the finals of the banks seven’s tournament a few weeks ago, which saw UG defeating Caribs in an intense game to win that title.      

The day’s action saw Caribs beating GDF 22-12 then returning to demolish a helpless Guyana police team 37-0 .UG Wolves were unstoppable too, as they took a part points leader Pepsi Hornets 14-7 follow up by a trash of police 33-7 .the other game saw  GDF beating Hornets 7-0 in a keenly  contested match .

The following are the full results of matches played on Saturday October 11.

Match one:

                  Yamaha Caribs 22 – Theodore Henry – 1 Try and converted himself, Carl Lewis    .   Kevon David and Akeem Frazer -1 try each.

                  GDF 12 – Joseph Rahaman and Avery Corbin 1-try each while Dwayne Scooder

                                   Converted.  

Match two:

                   UG Wolves 14 – 1 try each and conversion by Godfrey Broomes and Lance Adonis   Ryan Day score 1 try each.

                  Pepsi Hornets 7 – Troy Bascom 1try while Ryan Gonzales converted.

 

Match three:

                   Caribs 37 –    Theodore Henry -2 Try and one converted, O’Neil Charles, Kevon Davis 2try and Carl Lewis 1try.

                  Police 0

 Match Four:

                     Hornets 0

                       GDF 7-  Jevon Eastman 1try while Joseph Rahaman converted.

Match five:

                     UG 33 – 3 try Osei Mc Kenzie, 1 Try each by Godfrey Broomes, Ryan Day, and Jamal August while Day converted two.

 

                    Police 7 – Allan Sammy 1try converted by Daniel De Aubrey.     

The finals will be played on Saturday 18th oct at the national park.

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