Sardis girls rough up rugby Ravens

It wasn't even close as the Sardis Falcons continued their early-season run of dominance by crushing Terry Fox.

The Sardis secondary school girls rugby team hosted the Terry Fox Ravens Wednesday afternoon, bombing the visitors 41-5.

Sardis captain Juliana Tuioti got the first Falcon try.

Kennedy Hunter and Natalie Creyke added scores before halftime, with Sierra Hunter adding a convert for a 17-0 lead.

Hunter, Danika Elias, Hope Puckey and Romane Jager added second half tries, and Hunter nailed two more converts to round out the scoring.

 

— Before the game, the first ever elementary school touch rugby series saw Grade 5 and 6 students from Sardis elementary school taking on Grade 4 to 6 students from Tyson elementary school.

The Tyson Black Tigers topped the Sardis White Hawks 9-5 in one match.

Another match ended in a draw between the Tyson Orange Tigers and the Sardis Blue Hawks.

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