Rugby 15’s action continues this afternoon


Reprinted from Guyana Times 

Action in the Guyana Telephone Telegraph (GTT)/ Guyana Rugby Football Union (GRFU) first division 15’s league will continue over the weekend at the National Park rugby field.
The Pepsi Hornets will lock horns with the Police Falcons today from 16:00h in what is expected to be an easy game for the Hornets.

Action between Pepsi Hornets (red, white and blue) and the Yamaha Caribs last weekend
Action between Pepsi Hornets (red, white and blue) and the Yamaha Caribs last weekend

Hornets who opened the league with a win against the Yamaha Caribs last weekend will be fielding an unchanged squad against the young Police team.
With the Hornets looking for their second win in as many games, Police Coach Troy Yhip indicated that his squad has added some firepower and they intend to play their best game possible in hope of causing an upset.

Meanwhile, on Sunday from 16:00h the University of Guyana Wolves will do battle with the Caribs.
UG already owns one win in the tournament by hammering Police 64-5 in their opener.
Nevertheless, Caribs will be aiming to avoid their second loss in a row especially with national coach Theodore Henry at the helm of the squad.
UG’s coach Larry Adonis, stated that he expects Caribs to come strong at them but the guys are up to the challenge, he said the team will be working on several game plans to lockdown the Caribs.
The GTT/GRFU League will be used as a bench mark for the selection of players to the national squad for international engagements later this year.




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